John Focke, radio broadcaster for the Minnesota Lynx, calls in to discuss Tuesday night's showdown between the Lynx and Liberty at Madison Square Garden. In what figures to be a critical early season matchup the unbeaten Lynx take on a Liberty squad coming off consecutive overtime losses. Focke talks about what has been key to Minnesota's hot start and also goes around the league to cover teams the Lynx have seen so far this season including Phoenix, Seattle, and Chicago.
We take an inside look at the Liberty's unique partnership with Blueprint for Athletes and how it helps the team train and prepare before, during, and after the season. Maren Fragala, Director, Athlete Health and Performance at Quest Diagnostics joins the podcast to talk about the product then Carolyn Swords (16:50) stops by to explain how she has benefitted from Blueprint for Athletes and how it helps the Liberty stay prepared year round to compete at a high level.
NY Liberty star Tina Charles stops by to talk with David about arange of topics. Starting with being named to the Olympic team forthe second time they discuss the upcoming season, Tina'sfoundation, UCONN, and more.
Brand new Liberty backcourt member Shavonte Zellous sits down with David to talk about her WNBA career thus far, playing for Croatia, the upcoming 2016 season, and her short lived Harlem Globetrotters career.
David and Vince chat with two NY Liberty draft picks Adut Bulgak and Ameryst Alston as they prepare for their first ever training camp.
Draft time approaches so David and Vincent call in an expert as Katie Smith NY Liberty Assistant Coach and NCAA hoops color analyst joins the show. She breaks down the 2016 draft class and talks about her experience as an assistant coach in New York.
Kiah Stokes back in the US from playing in South Korea tells David and Vincent all about her time overseas, UCONN looking to make history, and the upcoming WNBA season.
For the first episode David and Vincent sit down with New York Liberty center Carolyn Swords. She discusses her time overseas in Australia, fighting back from injuries, resigning with NY in the offseason, and expectations for the 2016 season.