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The Glue Guys
A Brooklyn Nets Podcast
Welcome to The Glue Guys, a Brooklyn Nets podcast from The Athletic brought to you by Mike Smeltz and Brian Egan focusing on all things Brooklyn Nets and the NBA. The show began when KG and Paul Pierce were still Nets... and somehow The Glue Guys have survived along with the Nets fan base
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 368 ratings
awesome.
very good
KB8596 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/21
Nets are NYC employees
Nets are working in front of the public, like a waiter or theater staff. Those workers must be vaccinated. The Nets are only a dozen out of hundreds of thousand workers here. NYC is making the indoor spaces protected. The ‘visitors’ are not NYC employees.
Around there via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/04/21
Best Brooklyn Nets Podcast
This podcast is fantastic. These guys are hilarious, give great insight into all things Nets, have great guests on the show, and are very entertaining. I look forward to listening to each episode. Definitely subscribe if you’re a Nets fan.
Gabe_Miller via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/27/21
Recent Episodes
The Glue Guys begin with the important transformation the Brooklyn Nets are undergoing, specifically the increasing comfortableness of the team's role players including Patty Mills, LaMarcus Aldridge and James Johnson. TGG discuss John Hollinger's new piece in The Athletic on the top free agents...
Published 11/23/21
First, Mike goes solo to dive into how responsible is Kevin Durant for the Kyrie Irving situation AND what to make of all the smoke about James Harden sign-and-trade possibilities to the 76ers. Then at (14:00) Mike is joined by Dan Grunfeld - son of former NBA executive Ernie Grunfeld - and...
Published 11/19/21
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