Pop and Belichick’s rigid dynasties are eroding
Just like the Patriots in the NFL, the Spurs have been the gold standard for NBA organizations for the better part of the last 20 years, but like Bill Belichick, Gregg Popovich’s rigid dynasty is eroding and mired in drama that would have been unthinkable at its peak.
Colin thinks the success of these rigid dynasties is predicated on the superstars buying in and selling the message to the locker room. Without superstars like Brady and Duncan to sell the message, Belichick and Pop’s dominance is approaching the end.
– Colin’s NFL Dumpster-firearchy
– Russell Wilson is a tier 1 QB
– Colin introduces the Kawhi Leonard ‘Stealth’ shoe
Ving Rhames – Actor is in-studio to discuss Mission: Impossible – Fallout; his take on the LeBron Lakers; and how he’s still getting paid from Pulp Fiction.
Nick Wright – Host of First Thing’s First joins the show to grade Colin’s attempt to design a Kawhi Leonard shoe.
Caron Butler – 14-year NBA Veteran is in-studio on Carmelo Anthony’s future; why he like the Lakers Bad News Bears team full of 1-year deals.
David Spade – Actor/Comedian is in-studio talking previewing his new movie Father of the Year and why he still holds a special place for Tommy Boy.