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The Lowe Post
ESPN's Zach Lowe talks to various basketball people about various basketball things.
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4.8 stars from 6,116 ratings
Best basketball podcast
If you are looking for a podcast that really avoids hot takes and platitudes and has good conversations with journalists, players, coaches and basketball super fans who are actually famous comedians, this is for you. If I’m listening to a nba podcast and a new lowe post goes up, I stop what I’m...Read full review »
Johnny S.. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/11/19
The Harden Episode
Zach is the best. The attempt to make this a Gladwell like production is unlistenable.
Bdub7272 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/11/19
New format is TERRIBLE
Love Zack and his insight. Been seeking his content for years in writing and then in the audio realm as he is a genuine vice of pure love for the sport with an analytical mind that goes beyond what I have time (and likely aptitude) to see as a fellow basketball enthusiast. Previously great...Read full review »
MiNYhybrid via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/11/19
Recent Episodes
Zach talks to John Hollinger of The Athletic about trade buyers and sellers (3:33), Kevin Love (21:15), much more.
Published 12/11/19
James Harden's basketball strengths are varied and, for a defense trying to guard him, frustrating. Now, teams are trying something different against the Houston Rockets' versatile star. ESPN senior writer Zach Lowe joins Mina Kimes to measure Harden's impact on the league this season and to...
Published 12/10/19
Zach talks to Marc Spears of The Undefeated about his Damian Lillard feature story (1:40), the Blazers (28:36), Chris Paul's comments about his trade to the Thunder (32:20), Utah's struggles, and more.
Published 12/05/19
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