The 4-Down Podcast, Episode 17: Early NBA talk with Matt Moore


Another week, another 4-Down Podcast. This week we have Matt Moore of Hardwood Paroxysm, AOL Fanhouse, NBC ProBasketballTalk, CBS Sports’ NBA Facts & Rumors and Voice on the Floor on as a guest.

I talk to Moore about the Mike Conley extension, the Spurs’ title chances, the NBA D-League and how he got his start in blogging.

Have a listen.

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  • James

    liked the cast, but the background noise is really annoying.

  • Andrew A. McNeill


    Yeah I didn’t realize that much background noise got picked up. Won’t happen again.

  • td4life

    I’m a homer, so Matt Moore was off my radar, but what a solid interview. I agree with everything that Moore said, except for his endorsement of NY and D’Antoni (which I guess is simply an endorsement of entertaining teams that will never triumph), and his lack of understanding of the options we had this summer regarding RJ, although true RJ is more polished than say a D Wright, but it doesn’t matter as Pop clearly had his mind made up about RJ anyway (which so far this season seems like a good move at the position, but still ignores the importance of P&R defense, and related issues facing SA).

    On that note, Moore’s assesement of the issue of length is unfortunately accurrate, and I don’t know why Pop fell so in love with stretch fours, just because Horry was a unique player. Or why the league did in general when Horry is the only guy to ever really deliver championships with that type of offense (see: dallas and orlando).

    Player development is a tragedy… and it’s too bad the likes of Speights and Bargnani can’t take it apon themselves to create the best situation for themselves, which is tough when you have millions of dollars influencing your priorities… Matt Moore for Assistant Commish!

  • The Beat Counselor

    Hmmmmm…still not seeing this in iTunes….

  • Andrew A. McNeill

    @The Beat Counselor

    Try again. I just fixed an error we were having with the XML file.

  • The Beat Counselor

    @Andrew A. McNeill

    There it is! Thanks a bunch.

    You guys rule.