Ball Junk Podcast Episode #8: NBA and NHL Playoffs 2014

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It’s TIME for Episode 8 of the Ball Junk Podcast! The Fabulous Ones return to discuss the NBA and NHL Playoffs, we sit down to review the new film Draft Day and the Gasman convinces Frankie Knuckles to watch Scooby-Doo and the Wrestlemania Mystery! Balls Around the World, Sack Time, the Gas Pedal and much, much more! Download it, listen and love our Balls.

0:00:00 – Intro
0:00:15 – Canadian Rock / Wrestlemania
0:19:30 – NBA Playoffs
1:03:08 – NHL Playoffs
1:19:26 – Balls Around The World
1:33:51 – Review: Draft Day
1:40:36 – Review: Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery
1:51:33 – Sack Time
2:15:44 – Gas Pedal / Outro

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  • Kasper

    Your dedication to popcorn is inspiring, Frank.

  • Loren

    @Frank – You probably really hating Vince Carter after tonight. Pretty sick ending. But does that wash out with hating the Spurs?

  • Kenneth Serenyi

    I’m sending this podcast straight to Michael Phelps’ coaching staff. Nothing motivates one of the greatest athletes to have ever lived than people saying the smack about his chances in competition. America thanks you! ?

  • Lori Cerny

    Loooooved the show! Adding the sports-themed film reviews was brilliant.

  • Len F.

    Great show as always gents. Just a note you are doing yourself a disservice by not watching any of that Ducks/Stars series. The Stars are really fun to watch. Fast and loose just like Frank likes them.

  • steve

    ball junk is the best junk!

  • Len F.

    Sorry forgot to add the sports movie reviews are an awesome addition.

    Also loved the tie-in with the closing credits song. They say “sack-rifice” in the first line; well played.

  • devolutionary

    The number of multi-goal comebacks in the 1st round of the NHL playoffs has been insane. You’re almost better off trailing in the game if you expect to win.

  • patrik

    Frank you should go try a toblerone right NOW.

  • Anthony

    Why doesn’t Frank flip out on Lebron getting all the calls the way he flips out on other stars getting the benefit of calls from the refs? Or the fact that Chris Paul is one of the biggest floppers in the league right now. I like both players a lot too but you gotta have the same criteria for all players when it comes to criticisms.

  • Frankie Knuckles

    I agree that CP3 is a flopper, but I will qualify it with this. During his first three seasons, he RARELY flopped, and never got calls. So I think he did it as a result of the fact that it seems to be the only way refs call the game correctly. And no matter how bad he is, he is still not worse that the 3-Headed flopping monster in San Antonio (Ginobili, Parker, Duncan)

    And I will say LeBron does not get as many calls as you think. LeBron gets fouled on pretty much every play but he’s so strong that it barely affects him. Same thing happened to Shaq in his prime.

  • Anthony

    I watch a lot of Heat games and he definitely gets the vast majority of those borderline calls that can go either way. And the fact that Lebron is as strong as he is and still flops wildly a lot of times I think is what really pisses people off (I know I talked about CP3 being a flopper and now am talking about Lebron being a flopper).
    I do generally agree with your position on the NBA awarding calls based on reputation, which is bullshit, and really wish all fouls were called the same, since a foul is a foul. But to get mad that Kobe and Garnett get foul calls awarded to them (which are a lot, I agree, although Garnett’s been picking up some silly fouls in the Raptors-Nets series) and not get mad that Lebron and CP3 get the benefit of those same types of calls is a little unfair.

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