BASKETBALL PARTY comes back for week two of its lady-led podcast reign over NBA conversation. Kim Huston and Erin M. Routson discuss Blake Griffin’s essay about Donald Sterling, who would make the best NBA emojis, shorty game and its implications on the length of the season, and the career-ending Drake airball as well plenty of shoutouts. WELCOME BACK TO BASKETBALL PARTY!
FOUR! MORE! DAYS!
Erin M. Routson is an art director & freelance writer living in Brooklyn, NY. Her Halloween costume is the corn emoji. Follow her running commentary on Twitter @dietcokeforever.
Kim Huston is a copywriter based in Louisville, KY. She once dressed as Ben Wallace for Halloween. You can attempt to follow her on Twitter @kimpossiblydire.
At long last, a weekly podcast comprised entirely of two adult women talking about pro basketball is upon us – welcome to BASKETBALL PARTY. Kim Huston and Erin M. Routson are kicking off the 2014-15 NBA season, as well as their rookie podcast season, with a preview episode dedicated to the shorty game, what we’re most excited about (GO CAVS!) as well as some in-depth discussion of Kid Rock, Stan Van Gundy’s halloween costume/coaching crossover opportunities and the best NBA ad to ever air on television.
Erin M. Routson is an art director & freelance writer in Brooklyn, NY who still owns a Delonte West Cavs jersey. Follow her running commentary on everything on Twitter @dietcokeforever.
Kim Huston is a copywriter based in Louisville, KY. She’ll write about anything if you pay her. You can attempt to follow her on Twitter @kimpossiblydire.