Broken NCAA brackets and why LaVar Ball is looking presidential

Broken NCAA brackets and why LaVar Ball is looking presidential
Two rounds into the NCAA tournament, and everyone’s brackets are more busted than LaVar Ball’s outlandish claims. But maybe that’s the point. It’s provocative. It get’s the people going! Khari, Shayna and Theo discuss the very upsetting upsets, and what has been the biggest shock of the tournament. The Wildcards also give their picks from...

Magic takes charge, and Boogie takes to New Orleans

Magic takes charge, and Boogie takes to New Orleans
The most mundane NBA All-star weekend of recent memory was followed by two of the biggest splashes of the season. Directly after Sunday’s record-breaking game, Demarcus Cousins was traded to the Pelicans to join All-Star MVP Anthony Davis. Less than 48 hours the Lakers made a front office overhaul that included the firing of Jim...

Funeral for Celtics, LeBron is pissed, New Edition: The Wildcards return

Funeral for Celtics, LeBron is pissed, New Edition: The Wildcards return
It’s the return of the Wildcards for season 2, and what better way to start than with contempt brewing in the NBA. The Washington Wizards plan a funeral for their rivals, and actually make good on that promise. #RIPCeltics LeBron James blasts the Cavaliers front office for being complacent while also calling out teammates for...

The Plight of the Participation Trophy: Wildcards Ep. 6

The Plight of the Participation Trophy: Wildcards Ep. 6
The Louisville women responded to the “participation trophy” rant of Jeff Walz with an overtime win over Kentucky in the following game. Khari, Shayna and Theo responded with the 6th episode of the Wildcards where the three argued whether or not positive reinforcement for “losers” is why the millennial generation is so baby lotion soft....

Owens talks Georgetown, family and Thanksgiving: Thursdays with Theo

Owens talks Georgetown, family and Thanksgiving: Thursdays with Theo
On a Thanksgiving edition of Thursdays with Theo, former Georgetown forward Darrel Owens joins the show. Owens relives his four years (2002-2006) as a Hoya, talks about being immortalized in the newest edition to Georgetown’s campus and discuses the importance of both his Georgetown family, and the one he is spending Thanksgiving with.