Episode 6: Sweet 16 Risers And Fallers

On this episode, Harris and Michael go through the Sweet 16 matchups of the 2019 NCAA Tournament and give you their risers and fallers so far in the tourney.... See More

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Episode 6: Sweet 16 Risers And Fallers Episode 6: Sweet 16 Risers And Fallers

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On this episode, Harris and Michael go through the Sweet 16 matchups of the 2019 NCAA Tournament and give you their risers and fallers so far in the tourney. Later, they give you their winning picks and update you on who they think will come out of March Madness victorious! Follow Harris and Michael on Twitter: @sportstein and @MaximumHoopsNBA, respectively.

On this episode, Harris and Michael go through the Sweet 16 matchups of the 2019 NCAA Tournament and give you their risers and fallers so far in the tourney. Later, they give you their winning picks and update you on who they think will come out of March Madness victorious! Follow Harris and Michael on Twitter: @sportstein and @MaximumHoopsNBA, respectively.

Host Info

Josh Rodriguez & Kwab Sarkodieh

Josh Rodriguez is an Internet TV Personality and Podcast Host who has been seen on channels such as The Fumble, Total Pro Sports, and Fantasy Smack Talk. As a Podcaster, he hosts his own NBA Podcast “The Dime with Josh Rodriguez”, and has been a guest on popular┬ápodcasts such as “The Chip Chipperson Podcast”, “Above The Rim”, and “Conversations With Maria Menounos”. Currently, he a host for “Man vs. Madden” on Total Pro Sports, the Fanium Challenge App, and is known as “J-Rod” on the “Straight Talk With Ross Mathews” Podcast.

Kwab Sarkodieh is an artist and music producer based out of New Jersey. In the past, he has produced music for the entrepreneurial podcast “The School of Impact” and has also been a recurring guest on the basketball podcast “The Dime with Josh Rodriguez.” He is also a former high school basketball coach/scout and occasionally works as a skills trainer for current high school players.