All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb is part of the Colin Cowherd Podcast Network. All Ball is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in college basketball and the NBA. Join Doug as he brings his unique perspective as an TV analyst and radio host. In each episode, Doug will give his opinions and discuss the top stories in the NBA and college basketball. Follow Doug on Twitter and subscribe NOW to get all the latest episodes!.

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July 24, 2021 89 min
In this episode, Doug is joined by former All-Pac 10 Stanford standout Dan Grunfeld who discusses growing up as the son of longtime NBA Exec Ernie Grunfeld, what lessons he learned being so close to the NBA, transitioning to high school in Milwaukee with his dad taking over as GM of the Bucks, why he was such a huge Ray Allen fan, why he chose to play at Stanford, how he turned an injury disappointment into a solid overseas career,...
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In this episode, Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the third installment of a three part interview, where they discuss the recruiting scandal that landed Tech on probation, how he would avoid a similar situation in the future, and how he bounced back and led the Yellow Jackets to an ACC Tournament Championship and 2020 NCAA Tournament berth. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!...
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In this episode, Doug sits down with ESPN basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla to discuss the NBA explosion of Trae Young, the postseason collapse of Ben Simmons, how to fix him, how the Mavericks can keep Luka Doncic happy enough to stick around, his take on the DeAndre Ayton buzzer beater in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals, and which international teams have a chance to beat Team USA in the next Olympics, and some quick sco...
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In this episode, Doug gives some quick takes on KD's dominant performance against the Bucks, and Rick Carlisle's sits down with Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the second part of a three part interview, where they installment of a multiple part interview, where he goes inside the whirlwind process that ended with him getting the Memphis job, how he established his own identity, the pressure of following Coach Cal, ...
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In this episode, Doug sits down with Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the first installment of a multiple part interview, where they discuss his youth hoops background growing up in Houston, how he landed a walk on spot on for Lute Olson at Arizona, his memories from the '97 national championship run, the unbelievable way he got the Memphis job, and the challenges of following Coach Cal and keeping the program together....
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In this episode, Doug talks with former Providence star and NBA forward Jamel Thomas on his rough Coney Island upbringing, not playing hoops until later in his childhood, transitioning into a stable environment in Rockaway, starring at the famed Lincoln High School, his relationship with Steph Marbury, their legendarily stacked AAU teams, why he chose Providence, and how he got other stars like God Shammgod to join him. Make sure y...
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In this episode, Doug talks with Iona Assistant Tom Abatemarco about his path into a five decade career in coaching with Jim Valvano at Iona College, working under the legendary Lou Carnesecca, Maryland's Lefty Driesell, recruiting Dell Curry to Virginia Tech, re-joining Valavano at NC State, his '83 title run memories, recruiting Spud Webb, and Spencer Dinwiddie. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the l...
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In this episode, Doug concludes his two part interview with George Mason Head Basketball Coach Kim English by discussing the LeBron/Steph play-in thriller, when he finally bought into an unselfish philosophy as a player, his transition to coaching under Frank Haith at Tulsa, Tad Boyle at Colorado, Rick Barnes at Tennessee and his head coaching philosophy as he heads into his first year as the man at George Mason. Make sure you down...
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In this episode, Doug is joined by George Mason Head Basketball Coach Kim English, who discusses his Baltimore hoops background, his grandfather's influence, transferring to four different high schools, his battle to overcome a childhood stutter, playing under Mike Anderson and Frank Haith, trying to stick it in the NBA, and his overseas experience. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podc...
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In this episode, Doug gets together with former Oklahoma State teammates Desmond Mason, Adrian Peterson, Brian Montonati to share memories and stories about their former coach Eddie Sutton as the Basketball Hall of Fame prepares to induct him posthumously this weekend. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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In the second part of a two-part interview, Doug continues his conversation with former Wisconsin star center Brian Butch about his NBA Summer League experience, good, bad and ugly overseas stories, the D-League grind, why he called it quits and how he decided to transition into broadcasting. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartp...
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In the first part of a two-part interview, Doug talks with former Wisconsin star center Brian Butch about his Wisconsin hoops upbringing, what it's like dominating high school ball as a 7-footer, getting recruited as a McDonald's All-American, his growth at Wisconsin, running into a Step Curry buzzsaw in the NCAA Tourney, and trying to find his footing as a pro. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the lat...
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In this episode, Doug continues hos conversation with Tremaine Fowlkes on his NBA experience playing for a bad Clippers team during the Shaq/Kobe era, winning a title as a reserve on the 2004 Pistons title team, his experience playing for the Pacers after the roster was decimated from the 'Malice in the Palace' brawl, and what he's pursuing in his post-hoop life. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get th...
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In this episode, Doug talks with former Fresno State star and 2004 NBA champion Tremaine Fowlkes on his L.A. hoops upbringing, his recollections of the '92 L.A. riots, transferring from Cal to Fresno State and Jerry Tarkanian, and breaking into the NBA. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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In this episode, Doug touches on l Anthony Davis' return, pushes back on Steph Curry hate , and is joined by former Knicks and Grizzlies Head Coach David Fizdale joins the pod - for the second installment of a two part interview . He recounts his climb up the NBA assistant coaching ranks working with Mike Woodson in Atlanta, and rejoining Spoelstra in Miami with the Heat, LeBron's Decision, what happened inside the devastat...
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In this episode, Doug reflects on Baylor taking it to Gonzaga in the national championship game, and is joined by former Knicks and Grizzlies Head Coach David Fizdale joins the pod - in the first of a two part interview - to discuss his L.A. hoops upbringing, playing college ball at San Diego, and how he got his big break as a video assistant with the Heat, and the time he sent Pat Riley home with a blank VHS scouting tape. Make su...
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In this episode, Doug is joined by Gonzaga Assistant Coach Roger Powell who looks back at their semifinal war with UCLA, Jalen Suggs thrilling buzzer beater, why the Bruins were so tough and looks ahead to the matchup against surging Baylor, and his own experience playing in a national championship game with Illinois in 2005. Hartford Head Coach John Gallagher and Doug dive deep into the X's and O's of the Gonzaga/UCLA semi...
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In this episode, Doug talks with UCLA Assistant Coach Michael Lewis about the Bruins' sneaking into the NCAA Tourney, what came together during their unexpected Final Four run and their upcoming matchup with undefeated Gonzaga. Also longtime Pac-12 Assistant Gregg Gottlieb explains what's behind the much maligned Pac-12's tournament resurgence. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball P...
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In this episode, Doug breaks down the Elite 8 NCAA Tournament action and the Final Four teams. His guest this week is 'Free Solo' climbing superstar Alex Honnold who opens up about his fearlessness, his mental approach, his future, the making of the massively successful film, and what to expect from his new climbing podcast. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more abo...
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In this episode, Doug is joined by University of Hartford Head Coach John Gallagher. He discusses how he's built Hartford into a tourney team, growing up during a golden era of Philly hoops, playing for Phil Martelli at St. Joseph's, his relationship with Loyola-Chicago, why he thinks they could beat Gonzaga, and the importance of making adjustments. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball...
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