CJ and Jordan are joined by former NBA Champion and current star of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kevin Love! In the second edition of this two part series, Kevin, CJ and Jordan talk about what motivated Kevin to become such an outspoken advocate of Mental Health. Learn about what he does to take care of himself mentally and how mental health plays are role for many players in the NBA.If you haven’t heard Part 1 of the interview, be sure to check it out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your shows!
Kevin Love, Part 1: The Three Phases Of His Career
CJ and Jordan are joined by former NBA Champion and current star of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kevin Love! In the first edition of this two part series, Kevin, CJ and Jordan talk about each phase of Kevin's career. From his humble beginnings in Oregon to winning a championship with Lebron James, find out who and what motivated Kevin Love to become the player he is today!
“Rich Paul Rule,” Adrian Wojnarowski
On this special episode of Pull Up, CJ and Jordan talk about the controversial “Rich Paul Rule” and what that means for the NCAA. The also talk about Metta World Peace’s chances at making the NBA Hall of Fame and the legacy of Vince Carter. Plus, CJ is very excited to welcome on Mr. Woj Bomb himself, Adrian Wojnarowski!
Contract Extension, Gary Vaynerchuk
CJ talks about his recent extension with the Portland Trailblazers and how grateful he is to play the game he loves. CJ and Jordan also talk about David Griffin’s comments regarding Lebron James’ competitiveness. Also, the Pull Up Pod is happy to welcome special guest Gary Vaynerchuk to the show! Gary is here to talk about the NBA, Basketball Cards, and the first Uber ride ever taken in New York City.
FIBA World Cup, Zion's Shoe Deal, Dawg Pound
On this episode of Pull Up, CJ and Jordan discuss why so many NBA stars are dropping out of the FIBA Basketball World Cup. They also talk about Steve Kerr's criticism regarding the Anthony Davis trade and they have a lively chat about whether Odell Beckham Jr. has the right to feel disrespected by the New York Giants. Plus.