We’re back! Took a little bit of a break, but now we’re here to talk about NBA history again. More specifically, the history of the 3 point shot, which is worth one more point than the 2 point shot because of an arbitrary line. We’re going to go in depth about the history of that lines and trends of using the line. Enjoy!
Welcome to a new podcast series wherein we play the RPG Shadow of the Demon Lord. Join our heroes Pax Mundi, Model R41 Explorer S/N C6G359, and Wuzya as they hunt down some missing persons and maybe even survive along the way!
A few more Crusades happen in which not much is achieved, unless you count the excommunicated Holy Roman Emperor taking Jerusalem back as his personal property as an achievement….and then, enter Saint Louis!
Young Pope Innocent III has some big ideas, like a grand crusade under the direct leadership of the Church! Sound too good to be true? Well, listen and find out which Christian cities got sacked by accident!
Kings Richard and Phillip lead an all-star cast in the final installment of the Crusades trilogy. The East brings in a new villain, worthy of our Christian heroes, in the form of the dread general Saladin. Who will win in this clash of Titans? Spoiler: everyone loses.
Our Christian soldiers sally forth into the Holy Land, where zombies, saints, and Christ-killing spears help them fend off Turkish hordes. Will Jerusalem finally return to Christian hands? Listen, and find out!
Fresh off the Christmas season, it’s time to dust off those old RSS feeds! Unfortunately, there’s not much more Roman history to cover, but general history, now that’s a wide net. Join us as we discuss the Crusades, Christianity’s attempt to reinsert itself as a force in the Holy Land. Did it work? Listen and find out!
We’re back! Took a little bit of a break, but now we’re here to talk about NBA history again. We’re already discussed a draft, now we turn our attention to THE draft. The general concept, and more specifically, NBA draft eligibility. What’s that all about? Listen, and find out. Enjoy!
The 2011-2002 Sacramento Kings almost beat the LA Lakers. With a 3-2 lead, the #1 seeded Kings headed to Staples Center to close the deal, but what followed was one of the most controversial games in NBA history. 27 calls against the Kings in the 4th quarter had fans and players crying foul. Let’s examine what happened in the game.