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Posting Up with Tim Bontemps
Posting Up is a podcast from The Washington Post about everything going on in the NBA. Hosted by Tim Bontemps, The Post’s national NBA writer, Posting Up takes listeners around the league, talking to people who both cover it and work inside it about every aspect of The Association. From how teams are performing on the court to all of the many moves -- from trades to free agency to the draft -- that impact teams off of it, you'll hear everything you need to know about the NBA here. [This podcast is no longer releasing new episodes.]
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 113 ratings
Incredibly biased
If you want out of touch and incredibly biased commentary & analysis you have come to the right place!
BJ Metta via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/04/18
Great guests, poor audio
Love the subject matter and guests but the audio quality is too bad to even listen anymore. Specifically in car, have to constantly tune volume up and down throughout entire show. Too bad.
Bigleager via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/25/18
Tim
The sound quality is beyond pathetic. Tim always has interesting guests but the bad sound is a real downer
Borat jnr via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/20/18
Recent Episodes
On this episode of "Posting Up," host Tim Bontemps talks to Anthony Slater about the Warriors, Rockets, Thunder and more. Then Bontemps signs off for a final time before moving on.
Published 10/31/18
The Athletic's Bill Oram stops by to talk about the first two weeks of the LeBron James era in Los Angeles, plus how Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and Lonzo Ball will factor into how good the Lakers will be this season.
Published 10/05/18
On this episode of "Posting Up," ESPN's Tim MacMahon stops by to discuss the findings of the investigation into the Dallas Mavericks, how good Luka Doncic could be, what is next for Jimmy Butler and if the title window has closed for the Houston Rockets.
Published 09/21/18
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