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Episode 166: The Black Party

July 23rd, 2016

The Kings dive into Brock Lesnar's two failed drug tests, the WNBA's media blackout and the untimely death of former NFL coach Dennis Green. Kristoffer Ealy, AKA "KME" returns to the show as they breakdown the Republican National Convention (Spoiler alert: We weren't exactly fans). 


Episode 165: What the Problem Is

July 16th, 2016

Combat journalist and fellow podcaster Andreas Hale joins the Kings this week to recap a busy week in MMA and ... TNA. Marcus returns with another edition of "VanderBurgers" from north of the border as Nate debuts a new segment called "What the Problem Is?" while discussing NBA free agency. 


Episode 164: Spicy Chinese Food

July 3rd, 2016

Brian Mann joins the show to talk ESPN's "Made in America," the Roman Reigns suspension and how Donald Trump became the "Stone Cold" Steve Austin of politics with Nate. Marcus doesn't have a new "VanderBurgers" but Nate has a food review of his own. The Kings reflect on the career of the late Pat Summitt and in Segment 4 talk the BET Awards. 


Episode 163: The Avengers: Age Of LeBron

June 26th, 2016

The Kings are joined by Ben Morse, Editorial Director of Marvel Digital Media to discuss all things comics including "Captain America: Civil War" and a new comic series coming down the pipe. Nate also chats with Cleveland correspondent Hat Club Andy on the Cavaliers winning the NBA title. "VanderBurgers" returns as Marcus has some things to say about a burger close to home and find out what Bobby Brown and Roman Reigns (allegedly) have in common in Segment 4.    


Royal Rant No. 11: Cleveland Cashes In

June 20th, 2016

Marcus and Nate chat right after the NBA Finals (and during) Money in the Bank in a special edition of the Royal Rant. The Kings discuss Cleveland's epic comeback and whether LeBron James has reclaimed his title as the best NBA player in the world. And in the world of wrestling, Marcus and Nate share their live reaction as Dean Ambrose captures the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and try to figure out why this PPV was nearly 4.5 hours long. 


Episode 162: Rest Easy, Champ

June 10th, 2016

The Kings pay tribute to the late Muhammad Ali and discuss his life, legacy and Friday's memorial service. Marcus and Nate also chat the careers of Kimbo Slice and Gordie Howe. The Habit gets the "VanderBurgers" treatment this week and Marcus recaps all the events surrounding a crazy weekend in UFC. 


Episode 161: Marcus vs. Nate

June 5th, 2016

Nate pays tribute to the late Muhammad Ali (full tribute show coming next week) following his tragic death on Friday evening. Brian Mann makes his return to the show to discuss the upcoming WWE brand split. "VanderBurgers" reviews Five Guys and the Kings break down Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Plus, the light-skinned vs. dark-skinned debate, who ya got?


Episode 160: Blackalytics

May 28th, 2016

Marcus and Nate discuss Michael Wilbon's claim that black people aren't into analytics and how they use numbers when it comes to evaluating sports. Marcus reviews "The Best Burger in Vegas" in the latest edition of "VanderBurgers" and the Kings talk wrestling for the first time since WrestleMania in "Segment 4." 


Episode 159: Deep in the Heart of Texas

May 21st, 2016

Pop in your headphones and enjoy the extra sounds coming from this week's show as Marcus calls in live from the middle of Texas. "VanderBurgers" returns for a second week to talk about another classic fast food burger. The Kings discuss whether the NBA is watered down or not. And in Segment 4, was Robert Griffin III out of line during his time in Washington?


Episode 158: Always Fresh, Never Frozen

May 14th, 2016

The Kings debut a new segment called "VanderBurgers" where Marcus reviews hamburgers (Yes, we promise this is actually a sports podcast ... sorta). T.J. McAloon finally returns to the show after more than a year to talk the NBA and NHL playoffs. Marcus recaps his trip to Toronto and in Segment 4, a 14-year-old Disney actress shuts down rapper Azealia Banks on Twitter.