Summary: Hangtime is a round-table podcast hosted by New York Liberty center Kiah Stokes and comedians Will Poznan and Eagle Witt. Every episode they discuss the news of the week in basketball and in pop culture. Sometimes the discussion takes a tangent but it's always interesting and occasionally hilarious. For advertising opportunities on this show, or any of the other shows on our network, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiah and Will talk about the NBA's Celebrity Game at All Star Weekend, a game Kiah's friend Stefanie seems poised to dominate. Kiah commends the Tobias Harris trade for the Sixers, and Will questions the Marc Gasol trade. Kiah gives her two cents on the 21 Savage detention and ensuing fallout.
Will and Kiah discuss potential Anthony Davis destinations until they are interrupted by the Kristaps Porzingis trade. The crew predicts winners for All Star weekend, and discusses Black Lives Matter, MAGA and Jussie Smollett.
The crew talks about Boogie Cousins come back, and the Warriors hanging with President Obama. Kiah talks about meeting President Obama (three times) and Eagle recounts opening for Hasan Minhaj. Kiah parses through Eagle's declarations about Russell Westbrook, and Will's about James Harden. A bet is made.
Eagle makes a proclamation about Luka Doncic. Will broaches the Blake Griffin Steve Balmer beef in a way it's never been broached, and more.
The crew breaks down the field for the NBA All Star Game from the locks to the fringe candidates like Dwyane Wade and D'Angelo Russell. There's a deep dive on the fall out from "Surviving R Kelly" and also a scoop about Brooklyn Nets minority owner Joseph Tsai's efforts to purchase the New York Liberty.
Kiah, Eagle, and Will discuss Russell Westbrook's most recent claims of superiority, put Tiffany Haddish's rough set in to perspective, and the MJ/Lebron debate is settled once and for all.
Kiah, Eagle, and Will dive into the Lakers current situation, pivot to a De'Aaron Fox lovefest, and Kiah gives her fastest and strongest WNBA players. Eagle and Kiah compare the Migos with Destiny's Child and Will takes a well-deserved shot at Chris Rock.
Will, Eagle, and Kiah introduce themselves and proceed to review the NBA Christmas games. Kiah tells the story of the time she met DeRay Davis and the difference between NBA beefs and WNBA beefs. And Eagle makes an unsubstantiated claim about movies.