Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape is the preeminent Basketball Podcast ever of all time. @Tyleriam and @ColeyMick bring you the most correct takes about all things basketball, from the parquet to the playground and beyond. If you're looking for advanced stats, facts, or things of that nature, you've come to the wrong place entirely. This is the Rasheed Wallace of podcasts. The Allen Iverson of podcasts. The JR Smith of podcasts. Go ahead and smash that subscribe button or be mocked ruthlessly by your friends and family for years to come.


Hall Of Fame Edition Featuring Spencer Haywood

Pioneer and trailblazer Spencer Haywood joins the show to talk about...Pioneer and trailblazer Spencer Haywood joins the show to talk about his work with the NBA Retired Players Association and the Las Vegas Summer League. The Hall of Famer is one of the more important singular players in NBA history and he took Coley and Tyler on a journey throughout his life before, during and after his time playing professional basketball. The man who received the first ever shoe contract from Nike, the NBA Champion, the ABA MVP, the man, the myth, the legend - Spencer Haywood is the truth.   Show More


Past Episodes

Noted idiots and buffoons, @ColeyMick and @TylerIAm, spend another hour of their lives talking about a television show that was popular in the '90s. Not even the main characters this time, either, just the side characters. The townsfolk, the normies, the weirdos, the peons of Springfield. Also, Jimmy Buffett's world domination tour continues right in everyone's faces and there's absolutely no signs of slowing down.
It's the middle of the summer, so you already know what the heck that means. That's right folks, it's time to bash baseball from the early-to-mid-1900s. Cy Young? Babe Ruth? Sandy Koufax? Yup, they're all outta here. Also, a spirited debated fueled by a couple of DEPs breaks out over whomst had the best verse on one of the greatest songs ever of all time: "Int'l Players Anthem (I Choose You)." To close the show I think we talked about Paul George for a minute or two? It,,, hard to say.
Caleb and Rone from Young And Happy shanghai the opening to the show before Coley comes back and says his farewells to Avery Bradley. Tyler creates some memes on the fly while bashing graham crackers and praising the Nets. To end the show, a lengthy discussion about the albums that have dropped recently - including, but not limited to, Issa Album, 4:44, Thot Breaker, Beautiful Thugger Girls, Pretty Girls Love Trap Music, and Hot Chicken.
The biggest story to break during Free Agency thus far: Shams jumped over the Woj man. As long time Woj supporters, it's been tough to see but the game is the game. Gordon Hayward is coming to Boston, the Thunder were inexplicably able to trade for Paul George, the Kings got in the mix, and Tyler drank 1,000 (one thousand) beers. Smash that play button.
Chris Paul and James Harden. A match made in.... Well they'll be playing basketball together next season. Because, why not? They're both basketball players. It would've been weird if the Rockets traded for like, Yasiel Puig or some shit. Is Doc Rivers a herb? Is Austin Rivers a nerd? Is Lou Will planning on stuffing Austin Rivers in a series of lockers? Yes. Yes. And we can only hope.
Coley and Tyler take on the Grand Opening of the Big 3. At one point in the day we decided to try and be real life journalists and were able to talk with Gary Payton (start of the show), Dr. J (when Tyler says RIGHT NOW around like 40-something minutes, idk you'll hear it it's super obvious), and the Ice Man George Gervin (instead of the outro song we have George Gervin. I'm sorry for that wicked awesome upgrade. If you need a song for an outro go listen to "Good Times" by Thugger and Jamie XX. That probably would've been today's song if we're being honest with one another.) Now, the Big 3 denied credentials for our camera guy, so the audio on these interviews,,, well, it's audible. And that's the point of a podcast. To be heard. You're welcome.
To the haters and losers, of which there are many in the NBA Draft, Tyler and Coley properly roast them up a storm for picking bad - and in fact not good - players in this year's Draft. To the winners? Well, congrats. We don't really care about you show offs. Looking for validation? You've come to the wrong place entirely, buddy boy.
NBA Champion JaVale McGee joins to discuss his charity - The #JUGLIFE Foundation. Pierre also gets into his dream of becoming a suspect on Law & Order: SVU, the culture in the Golden State locker room compared to other teams, Gilbert Arenas being the original Steph Curry, Kevin Durant lying about his height, and why Pierre didn't stick as a nickname.

For more information about The #JUGLIFE Foundation, please visit juglifewater.com.
Danny Ainge traded Coley's youngest, most musclebound son Markelle to the Philadelphia 76ers. So what now? Why did this happen? When will the sun explode, engulfing the Earth in a fiery blaze of magnificent doom and horrifying glory? It's Draft SZN

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