With The NBA Finals coming to a conclusion The Milwaukee Bucks are in full control heading home with a 3-2 lead, we unpack why Chris Paul is struggling, Jrue Holiday’s effective defensive schemes, Giannis Antetokounmpo stepping into his greatness, Megan Thee Stallion making the cover of The Sports Illustrated Magazine even though she isn’t and athlete, … Continued
Today we recognize the Juggernaut that The Brooklyn Nets formed, leadership qualities Chris Paul has shown in Phoenix, the struggles The Lakers can encounter in trying to repeat another championship, March Madness upsets, new candidates for the NBA Hall of Fame and more hot topics.
In this candid conversation we dive deep into personal mistakes, hurtful moments, and our eagerness to pursue broadcasting careers in the midst of ” The Last Two Years.” Troy Rose has experienced pain that he’s never felt in losing people within his family, that are highly valued to him. Robert Bruin voices why a car accident changed … Continued
Today is the beginning of Black History month and we give Muhammad Ali his flowers. After a weekend full of action, we explain why Russell Westbrook’s legacy is on the line this year, The Brooklyn Nets need to figure out who’s their closer, Damian Lillard continues to show his killer instinct against The Chicago Bulls … Continued
Ryan Garica bounces back from his first knockdown against Luke Campbell and fights back to secure another win with a flawless record of 20-0, Steph Curry A.K.A. “Chef Curry” goes off for a career high 62 points as he looks to push the Golden State Warriors into a winning direction, Jahvon Quinerly Point Guard of … Continued
Scottie Pippen Jr. Point Guard of Vanderbilt, is beginning to step into his own as he starts his sophomore season by scoring 25+ in four games, Aminu Mohammad’s commitment makes Georgetown history, The NBA is ignited with a shocking night of upsets, The Charlotte Hornets surprises The Brooklyn Nets, while the Los Angeles Clippers make history for all the wrong … Continued
Our guest Marloshawn Franklin Jr. caught up with us and spoke about his clothing line as well as a exclusive upcoming release and who he thinks stands out in the NBA & NFL. The list for the Top players in High school is available, critics are already on the hunt for the Number 1 prospect … Continued
College basketball has some hidden gems in the freshman class : Auburn PG Justin Powell, Illinois Point Guard Andre Curbelo and Shooting Guard Ayo Dosnumno, Michigan State stays undefeated, Stars hit show “Power”becomes more intense, Small Forward Paul George of The Los Angeles Clippers extends his contract and we have Overseas Basketball Connection Reporter Mesha Mosley joining the show … Continued
On the High School Basketball circuit Mikey Williams and Lake Norman Christian take a huge lost to Sunrise, Elite college athletes Cade Cunningham(OSU) & Josh Christopher (ASU) start their seasons off looking very confident, The NBA has millions of dollars that they’re putting to use for their teams, and more topics.
Bronny James turns 16, Mikey Williams takes his talents to a new high school in North Carolina, 5-Star Recruit JD Davison commits to his hometown school in Alabama University, while Dion”Primetime” Sanders accepts his role as Football Head Coach at HBCU Jackson State in Mississippi, and we determine some key factors as The Miami Heat … Continued
Robert Bruin & Troy Rose
Rob Bruin: New York native by way of Long Island, Robert Bruin, is a self driven writer and On Air Talent. He embraced the roll of Beat Reporter for 247 Sports while covering the Men’s & Women’s basketball team at Syracuse University. His strong love for basketball, led him to take his talents to the BLEAV Podcast network to be apart of a new platform. Bruin attended a Historical Black University (HBCU) Claflin University in Orangeburg, SC where he obtained his Bachelors degree in English with a concentration in Literature. Few years laters, he relocated to Syracuse, NY to gain a Masters Degree in Broadcast Digital Journalism at the Newhouse School of Public Communications seated at Syracuse University. Which is where he met his Co-host , Troy Rose. He’s a die-hard Boston Celtics fans, but is still a basketball realist.
Troy Rose: My name is Troy Rose, I originate from Detroit, MI. I graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Journalism with a concentration in sports reporting. I currently attend Syracuse University’s Newhouse School for my masters degree in broadcast & digital journalism. I aspire to work for ESPN as an sports analyst and content producer. I’m a diehard Detroit native so I love all our home teams, especially the Pistons. You can find me on Instagram @trose__9966 or @Troy2Times on Twitter.