JJ Redick of the Philadelphia 76ers interviews some of the biggest names in basketball—including his teammates!—and many other celebrities. It’s an inside look at life in the NBA and conversations with people who interest Redick the most.
As a Philadelphian I was privileged to be entertained by the excellence that JJ demonstrated on the court. Throughout the course of pre and post game interviews the fans would hear brief snippets of his thoughts. However, having just listened to his conversation with David Solomon I must say that JJ has a depth that far exceeds his shooting range. Leadership topics, disciplined preparation and expectations were very nicely covered.This was a quite enjoyable.
I love JJ’s podcast so much because it taps into the players mindset, the intricacies of working in the nba, and the profession of being a pro athlete rather than just another sports talk show giving their opinions on the same topics.
This podcast is perfect for fans who want an insider’s view of the NBA, but doesn’t want the podcaster’s personality to be jammed into your eardrums. JJ has a calm demeanor that I appreciate, and is smart and measured in us takes.
JJ. Keep up the great work. Our family here in Missouri have followed you since you have been at Duke. Love the insight and conversations you have about family life, life in the NBA and other content as well. Good look with the Pelicans.Brad McCarty and family
Great pod— thoughtful insider perspective on variety of topics
No fan affiliation. Reading through comments thought this needed a true review...Great guests, ranging from nba players to ceos. Well thought out questions. Podcasts flow and have enough structure vs rambling back and forth. Best nba player led pod, and conciseness and structure to me is best even compared to Bills main pod. Like the less than 1 hr timeframe. Keep it up
1st time leaving a review I love the podcast amazing but the real reason I am leaving a review I’m a huge duke and sixers fan and since you don’t have social media (totally respect and understand why)I have no way of hoping you read this when you first signed with Philadelphia I was beyond happy perfect combo a duke and sixers player and I just hope you stay in Philadelphia and retire a sixer much respect on whatever you do but just wanted you know to know this and by some miracle you read this or someone at the ringerThank you JJ for your time as a sixer wish you the best