Fullcourt On Flatbush: A Brooklyn Nets Basketball Podcast from New York Post Sports

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Fullcourt on Flatbush is the best Brooklyn Nets podcast. It's hosted by former Nets guard Kerry Kittles and rabid Nets fan, radio personality Robin Lundberg. This basketball podcast will take you inside the brain of one of the greatest Nets players of all-time as well as inside the locker room with beat writer Brian Lewis. Kerry and Robin will be joined by special Nets guests, including current players, former players, other Post reporters and celebrity fans. This NBA podcast is released every Wednesday throughout the entire season.

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Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the season finale of the show talking about the Nets season coming to an end. They talk about the Game 7 loss to the Bucks, Kevin Durant’s incredible series, James Harden playing hurt, Joe Harris’ awful playoffs, the Barclays Center atmosphere, whether the season was a disappointment and the offseason ahead. YES Network and ESPN play-by-play announcer Ryan Ruocco then joins the pod. Ruocco talks about the Nets season, the injuries, Spencer Dinwiddie and what the Nets need to do in the offseason to get better.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 21

42 min 35 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets’ pivotal Game 5 win in Brooklyn. They discuss James Harden playing on one leg, Jeff Green changing the game, Kevin Durant’s historic performance, why Durant could be the best player in the history of NY basketball, Kyrie Irving’s ankle injury, Joe Harris’ struggles and how the rest of the series might play out. NY Post sports columnist Ian O’Connor drops by the pod to talk about Durant, Harden’s impact despite not scoring much, this Nets team potentially being one of the great NY teams ever, winning with two of the three stars and the atmosphere at Barclays Center in Game 5.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 16

41 min 1 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets getting off to a 2-0 series lead over the Bucks. They discuss the Game 2 blowout, role players playing well, Kevin Durant’s brilliance, his tweet about Jay Williams, who they would rather face in the next round and Montell Jordan performing at halftime. Longtime NY Post sports columnist Mike Vaccaro drops by to talk about Steve Nash, Blake Griffin, Mike D’Antoni, how this Nets team is perceived in New York and extending his contract with The Post.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 8

38 min 26 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets beating the Celtics in the first round. They discuss the Game 5 win, Kyrie Irving stomping on the Celtics logo, the aftermath for Boston, the Nets' Big 3 being the best ever, and they preview and give predictions for the upcoming Nets-Bucks series. Nets superfan Bruce Reznick, aka Mr. Whammy, then joins the show. Reznick talks about where the name came from, his Nets fandom, being a lawyer and some of his favorite Nets memories.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 2

36 min 58 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets dominating Game 2 against the Celtics. They discuss Kerry sitting courtside next to Lindsey Vonn, the Celtics having no chance in this series, the showtime Nets, Kyrie Irving’s return to Boston, his comments on the Celtics fan base, the potential Nets matchup with the Bucks and the vibe at Barclays Center in Games 1 and 2. ESPN NY Radio and Hot 97 radio host Peter Rosenberg then joins the show. Rosenberg talks about being a Celtics fan this year, the Nets-Knicks conversation in NY, Nets world order, his rap album, his radio career and the ratings war with WFAN's Craig Carton.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

May 26

44 min 58 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets' playoff matchup against the Celtics. They discuss Brad Stevens’ comments on the Nets, Brooklyn's playoff rotations, Kyrie Irving’s statements, the playoff mindset, being at Barclays Center for the games and the guys make predictions for the series. Robin aka “Lil Young” then performs a Nets playoff rap. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis drops by to talk about Joe Harris’ health, the lineups, Steve Nash coaching his first playoffs, covering Jayson Tatum and predictions for the series and playoffs.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

May 19

36 min 21 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about James Harden returning to the Nets. They discuss Kyrie Irving leaving Tuesday’s game with a facial contusion, Blake Griffin, comparing the Nets players to Marvel superheroes, the rotation and potential Nets playoff matchups. YES Network pre/postgame and Pinstripe Pod host Chris Shearn then joins the show. Shearn talks about Kerry’s Nets days, the current Nets era, Steve Nash’s coaching and his YES Network broadcast colleagues.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

May 12

44 min 53 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about Jake’s throwback Kerry Kittles medium jersey he found. They then get into the back-to-back losses to the Bucks, how the team plays without James Harden, Steve Nash not using timeouts and concerns that the Nets could fall to the No. 3 seed. YES Network Nets color commentator Sarah Kustok then joins the show. Kustok discusses the Nets without Harden, the noise around the team, the YES broadcast crew, role players, Nash’s coaching and shooting against Kerry.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

May 5

43 min 52 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets clinching a playoff spot. They discuss the efforts they are getting from Mike James and Blake Griffin, when we might see James Harden return from injury and the Knicks-Nets fan debates. YES Network Nets play-by-play announcer Ian Eagle then joins the show. Eagle discusses his career, his YES broadcast partners, Richard Jefferson’s humor, the current Nets team, what made Kerry special, NY vs. NJ and if he would call Nickelodeon games like his son Noah.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 28

40 min 50 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show diving into James Harden’s hamstring injury. They discuss how much of a concern it might be, how the Nets will play without him, Kevin Durant’s injury, the current roster, potential playoff matchups and resting players. The Association NBA writer Anthony Puccio then joins the show. Puccio talks injuries, Nets expectations, Steve Nash’s coaching, his fandom, the Nets fan base supporting him and getting respect as a young journalist.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 21

36 min 56 sec

Jake Brown and Kerry Kittles open the show breaking down Kevin Durant’s big game and the blowout win over the Timberwolves. They discuss the standings at the top of the East, the matchup with the Sixers, Ben Simmons’ smack talk and KD’s beef with Shannon Sharpe. Former Nets All-Star point guard Kenny Anderson then joins the show. Anderson talks about Paul Pierce’s mistake, the Nets expectations, slamball, Pros vs. Joes and his battles going against Kerry on the court. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis drops by to talk about the upcoming schedule, Simmons’ comments, James Harden’s return timeline and Steve Nash’s coaching.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 14

33 min 59 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show getting into James Harden’s injury and the return of Kevin Durant. They discuss how much time Harden might miss, the lineup without him, LaMarcus Aldridge’s play, the win over the Knicks, the battle for New York and Robin having a third kid this week. Former Nets assistant coach and player Eddie Jordan then joins the show. Jordan talks about this current Nets team, the job Steve Nash and the coaching staff has done, memories coaching Kerry in New Jersey, playing alongside Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with the Lakers and if it’s championship or bust for this Nets team.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Apr 7

36 min 43 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Nets adding LaMarcus Aldridge and what his role will be. They talk about super teams, the Nets becoming the “heel” of the NBA and what Sean Marks has done to bolster this roster. They then get into two feuds: Kevin Durant vs. Michael Rapaport and Kerry vs. Eddie Johnson and Justin Termine on SiriusXM NBA Radio on the James Harden MVP debate. Former NY Nets forward and Basketball Hall of Famer Rick Barry then joins the show. Barry discusses the current Nets team and just how good they are, Durant leaving the Warriors for the Nets, Harden transforming his game, how the NBA has changed over the decades, memories with the NY Nets playing for Lou Carnesecca and his love for pickleball and fly fishing.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 31

45 min 57 sec

Robin Lundberg, Kerry Kittles and Jake Brown open the show talking about Blake Griffin’s first two games with the Nets and how well Nic Claxton has played. They also get into the frontcourt rotations, James Harden playing at a MVP level and whether the Nets should make a move at the trade deadline. Former Nets president Rod Thorn then joins the show. Thorn talks about the trade deadline process, the current Nets team, memories with the 2000s Nets, trading for Jason Kidd in 2001 and trading him away in 2008, the not having Isiah Thomas on the Dream Team and if there’s a trade he made or didn’t make that he regrets. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis drops by to talk Claxton, trade deadline, Spencer Dinwiddie, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving’s status and the rotations.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 24

42 min 25 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about the Nets’ win over the Knicks, the debates between Knicks and Nets fans and stirring the pot on Twitter. They discuss why the Nets are the biggest story in the NBA now, if this team needs to add any pieces and why they look ready to win a championship. In Kerry’s Corner, Robin and producer Jake Brown ask Kerry about holding players back from a fight, if Kerry had teammates involved in any fistfights, how his game would translate today and if he gets recognized out in public now. Former Nets guard Chris Childs then joins the show. Childs talks about the energy in NY hoops now, how the game has changed, Kyrie Irving’s skills, the Nets being in championship-or-bust mode, the transition from playing on the Nets then Knicks, the fight with Kobe Bryant, memories being on the 2002-03 Nets with Kerry and the change in point guard play today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 17

39 min 2 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about the Nets adding Blake Griffin. They discuss his impact, the rotation and what the second half of the Nets season might look like. Producer Jake Brown then goes up against Robin, aka Lil’ Young, in a second rap battle. WFAN Nets radio analyst Tim Capstraw then joins the show. Capstraw discusses how fun it is calling games for this team, expectations, memories watching Kerry, the Griffin addition, working with Chris Carrino and the great Nets broadcast team.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 10

40 min 30 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about James Harden’s incredible play with the Nets. They discuss his return to Houston on Wednesday, his legacy and how good this Nets team has looked since his arrival. In “Kerry’s Corner,” Robin and producer Jake Brown ask Kerry about how to be a great role player, his ending with the Nets and going to the Clippers, the 2002 Nets starting lineup and what Todd MacCulloch was like. Nets great Derrick Coleman then joins the show. Coleman discusses his Nets teams vs. these Nets teams, playing in the swamps in New Jersey, what could have been with his Nets teams, Drazen Petrovic memories, going up against Kerr and the change in today’s NBA.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mar 3

41 min 47 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show discussing the Nets’ seventh straight win. They talk about how hot this team is, James Harden playing incredible, Bruce Brown’s career night, Nic Claxton’s season debut and fans returning to Barclays Center. The guys then respond to voicemails from the fans in “You Got Mail” on pricy tickets and Harden’s change in play since coming here from Houston. In “Kerry’s Corner,” Robin and producer Jake Brown ask Kerry about Jason Kidd as a teammate and becoming a coach, John Calipari as a coach, fans in New Jersey vs. fans in Brooklyn and playing in front of limited fans. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis then drops by the pod to talk about fans being back and the increase of fans in the future, the win streak, adjustments, potential roster re-shuffling and DeAndre Jordan’s strong play.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 24

38 min 45 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about the Nets' thrilling comeback win Tuesday over the Suns. They discuss winning without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, the bench contributions, why they look like a championship team and the return of fans in Brooklyn next Tuesday. Longtime WFAN Nets radio play-by-play announcer Chris Carrino then joins the show. Carrino talks about calling Tuesday night's incredible win, his journey calling games in New Jersey and Brooklyn over the past 20 years, Joe Harris passing Kerry on the Nets' 3-point list, looking back to the 2003 NBA Finals, if this team can win a title and his Chris Carrino Foundation. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis drops by the pod to discuss the good vibes, the win streak, Harden's play, their identity and whom they might add to the roster.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 17

42 min 38 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about the frustrations with the Nets losing to teams below .500. They discuss the Nets' defensive problems, DeAndre Jordan's defensive issues, what is going wrong, pressure on Steve Nash, whether this is fixable and fans returning to Barclays Center soon. YES Network Nets courtside reporter Michael Grady then joins the show. Grady talks about the COVID protocols, the fun he has covering this team, how the Big 3 has clicked, what has happened with the defense, working with an iconic broadcast crew and his favorite memories watching Kittles. Former Nets guard and Pacers pre-and-postgame TV analyst Eddie Gill then joins the pod. Gill talks about the Pacers getting Caris LeVert and what their outlook is, thoughts on the Nets so far, changes in the NBA game and his journey playing overseas in various countries.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 10

39 min 16 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about the Nets' win over the Clippers. They discuss how well the Big 3 has played, the offense looking unstoppable, the struggles defensively and how they can improve. In "Kittles Corner," Kerry breaks down this Nets Big 3 compared to the great Spurs teams he faced. Nets forward Jeff Green then joins the show. Green talks about getting the veteran minimum contract, his role on this team, playing alongside the Big 3 and great players he's played with in his career, if this feels like a championship team, playing for Steve Nash, the defense, hunger for a title and all the COVID tests they have to take.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 3

36 min 57 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about how James Harden has fit in playing with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and what the team needs to improve upon. They also discuss adding Norvel Pelle and get into the possibility of bringing in someone like Kevin Love, JaVale McGee or Andre Drummond. Robin aka Lil’ Young then goes up against producer Jake Brown aka J-Swizzy in a Nets-themed rap battle. WFAN host and diehard Nets fan Evan Roberts then joins the show. Roberts discusses his reaction to the Harden trade, the new look Nets, watching Kittles’ Nets teams, the team being relevant now, the Kyrie saga, who the Nets should add, hosting with Craig Carton and his early days as a kid on WGBB and the “Nets Slammin’ Planet” show.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 27

39 min 32 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking about “scary hours” in Brooklyn for the Nets. They discuss how good James Harden has looked so far playing with Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving making his return Wednesday, how the lineup will mesh, who else the Nets could add and whether this is a championship-or-bust season. In “Kerry’s Chronicles,” he tells a story about Jim Jackson facing off with Michael Jordan while wearing Jordan sneakers. Former Nets swingman, 15-year NBA player and NBC Sports Chicago Bulls analyst Kendall Gill then joins the show. Gill talks about the Nets’ big three, Kyrie deciding to sit out, his passion for boxing, wanting to fight Jake Paul, guarding Michael Jordan and his thoughts on “The Last Dance” series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 20

39 min 4 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show breaking down the blockbuster four-team trade that has the Nets landing James Harden. Was this a good move for the Nets? Did they give up too much? Is this now championship or bust with Harden in the mix? Former Nets forward, SiriusXM NBA Radio host and NBC Sports Boston Celtics analyst Brian Scalabrine then joins the show. Scalabrine talks about the frustrations with Kyrie Irving, how the Nets have handled it, the mental health side of it and he talks about his memories playing with Kerry and the Nets. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis then drops by to talk about the Irving issue and how Durant has been a leader. The guys then answer a voicemail in "You Got Mail" to end the show.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 13

50 min 53 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show getting into the Nets' blowout win over the Jazz. They talk about Jarrett Allen taking a leap this season, Kyrie Irving playing incredibly -- without Kevin Durant -- and the job Steve Nash has done making adjustments. In the debut of "Robin's Rap," Robin aka "Lil' Young" drops a rap about the Nets. Former Nets All-Star point guard Kenny Anderson then joins the show. Anderson talks about Kyrie's play, being a New Yorker and playing for the Nets, playing with Drazen Petrovic, why this team can win a title, the throwback jerseys, his documentary and the Nets being New York's team.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 6

34 min 10 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open the show talking load management and reacting to Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant sitting out the second night of a back-to-back on Monday. The guys then get into a Reddit thread on retiring Kerry's number in the rafters and what that would mean to him if it were to happen and if it should happen. They then dive into the Spencer Dinwiddie injury, who will fill that void and react to what they have seen from the Nets in the first four games of the season. In "Kerry's Chronicles," he tells a story of defending Kobe Bryant and just how incredible of a player he was. YES Network Nets and ESPN play-by-play announcer Ryan Ruocco then joins the show. Ruocco talks about the hype around the team, calling games without fans, doing a podcast with CC Sabathia, his time working with Robin, working with Stephen A. Smith and having success early in his career. NY Post Nets beat writer Brian Lewis then drops by the pod. Lewis talks about covering Durant and Irving, why Dinwiddie's injury is a big loss, playing time at center and why bringing Jamal Crawford back would make sense.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dec 2020

42 min 26 sec

Robin Lundberg and Kerry Kittles open up the debut episode of the podcast getting into the excitement surrounding the Nets going into the season led by Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. They discuss Irving on and off the court, the depth this Nets team has top to bottom, closing lineups, Coach Steve Nash and predictions for the Nets this season. In "Kerry's Chronicles," he tells the story of Byron Scott getting fired as Nets head coach during the 2003-2004 season and how it transpired. Former Nets All-Star big man Kenyon Martin then joins the show. Martin talks about the current Nets team, his son on the Rockets, the James Harden saga, Nash as a rookie head coach, the KD-Kyrie dynamic, memories playing with Kerry, ownership to blame for his ending with the Nets and how special it was playing with Jason Kidd.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dec 2020

39 min 43 sec

Fullcourt on Flatbush is the best Brooklyn Nets podcast. It's hosted by former Nets guard Kerry Kittles and rabid Nets fan, radio personality Robin Lundberg. This basketball podcast will take you inside the brain of one of the greatest Nets players of all-time as well as inside the locker room with beat writer Brian Lewis. Kerry and Robin will be joined by special Nets guests, including current players, former players, other Post reporters and celebrity fans. Fullcourt on Flatbush is released every Wednesday throughout the entire season.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dec 2020

1 min 11 sec