I have been listening to this pod since day one and it is the best basketball podcast I have ever heard
Great podcast I have the knowledge of trace of you want to interview someone about traveling.
Great podcast JJ. Legler was interesting. If you wanna know how good he is just ask him.
A great podcast
So much better than the fluff filled NBA podcasts that have been available, it is great to hear JJ Redick ask tough, realistic questions and give thoughtful answers.
Hated JJ at Duke. Torching my school for his entire career will do that. But this show is entertaining, informative and gets all the great NBA guests. I kind of hate that I love it. Tommy is a perfect co host as well.
WE WANT NIKOLA JOKIC
The Joker is needed
We want dub nation
This is an amazing podcast but the people want a warriors related person
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GIVE US JOSH GIDDEY
THE PEOPLE WANT JOSH GIDDEY
Guys, unbelievable pod with Patrick. I am a Twolves season ticket holder and have watched supposed “impact” players come through this system. Patrick impacts everything and everyone. His comment about love him or hate him is spot on. Until he is on your team, it’s hate. Once he hits the floor for us I will love him for the remainder of his career. Also JJ, great pod with Big Cat and PMT.
Needs some modifications
Please get rid of Tommy. He doesn’t add anything to the show. Keep him behind the scenes.
The definitive NBA interview podcast
This is the only podcast you need for NBA interviews of some of the most important players of today and yesteryear.
Jj come back to Philly
This is probably the best sports podcast and it’s not close. It’s incredible how it serves as a platform to players to tell their own truth and feel comfortable with hosts that feel like real people instead of talking heads. Jj and Tommy are as authentic as the come and bring the best out of their guests. 5⭐️Would recommend. (Jj sign a 1 year deal and win a title in Philly❤️)
5 stars for improvement
This podcast has come a long way. Perfect example of unbiased and unfiltered honest conversations. Continues to recognize that disagreements can be discussed respectfully. JJ is relatable and does not discount other people’s (opposing) views. I guess TV is different. My favorite so far was the Marcus Smart (flopping) episode. I love Marcus. He epitomizes what a Boston player is. Always hungry. Cutthroat with a heart.
Love to walk the dog.
I love to walk the dog listening to your newest episodes. such a great way to just get lost in the conversation
The Best NBA Podcast Out There
I never been into podcast till I found this podcast. JJ Redick makes the podcast super interesting. My favorite one so far has to be the Desmond Bane one
One of the best basketball podcast
The Draymond episode is my favorite!!!
Smooth as his jumper
JJ’s show is an intriguing podcast where he talks shop with fellow athletes and respected people in other fields, and talks about the important stuff in the world. Their smooth combination of not just talking about sports but how it relates the greater world, is refreshing and interesting. Well done, and worth the listen.
I was listening to The Old Man and the Three regularly for quite some time. What was enjoyable about, and what kept me coming back, was that you two guys were bringing guests from a wide variety of spectrums, and that you concluded most episodes with a fun draft. I LOVE basketball, but now it appears that JJ and Tommy are only interviewing basketball players. Where are the other guests? Where’s the fun conclusion? I also want to encourage JJ to invite guests in with whom he may not agree in all areas, but is willing to explore topics that will push him, and us, to grow! Looking forward to seeing what JJ comes up with in the next year.
My favorite podcast, period!
So therapeutic to listen to, I think JJ is officially a better podcaster than hooper! Stellar hoop career but man he’s just so good at interviewing people. Tommy is the ultimate wing man/co-host. He’s the X-factor! What an Exceptional dynamic between these two. My only knock is they don’t post episodes frequently enough, legit pisses me off! keep up the great work guys!
I really enjoyed listening to all of you and talking about what makes a coach. I coached against Nick in 2 different leagues and to hear his background and his passion to coach was great. Keep up the good work.
More coaches please.
Nick nurse episode was great. Id love if you guys got down and talked the game with coaches, X’s and O’s, how they get into their position etc. I know coaches are busy but this was a good amount a time for
terrible sound from mics
i love love love the content but it always sounds so electronic as if it’s the sound of a zoom call. it’s so weird. i would’ve guessed with all their money they could afford a good mix system. there’s also so many ads i have to skip the first 6 minutes every time.
JJ was a professional basketball player and has many connections throughout the basketball community and often invites fellow NBA players to join his podcast. My favorite part of the podcast is listening to NBA players talk about the game of basketball and experiences they have had. Being an NBA fan, it is rare to hear a player say what they truly feel sometimes because of the worry of being fined during NBA affiliated interviews. It is interesting listening to JJ’s and Tommy’s podcast because players are free to talk about what they want with no filter and have conversations you would not normally hear on TV such as game approach and even the covid protocol that they have to follow. One of my favorite episodes was when they had Sacramento Kings guard De’Aaron Fox on the podcast because it gave me a player's perspective of NBA life. One topic that came up was the “bubble” in Orlando that occurred during the summer. De’Aaron talks about how the experience gave him “AAU tournament vibes” which he had played in when he was younger and that he enjoyed seeing his peers more often. De’Aaron, JJ, and Tommy go on to talk about their college days, De'Aarons early success in the NBA, and the difference between JJ’s and De’Aarons recruitment process to college and the NBA. The podcast gives me a perspective of De’Aaron that no other outlet can do. I would highly recommend The Old Man and the Three to any basketball fan. It is super entertaining and gives a new outlook of an NBA player's life that has never been available until now. JJ and Tommy are exceptional hosts who ask great questions and really know how to have a laid back conversation with the guests.
Too many sponsor name drops
I used to listen to every episode (and I’m a girl I’m not even a typical profile for a fan). Now I dread listening because you never know how many sponsors they’ll plug in the first 10 min. Of course the ads for Cash App at the beginning. And then reviews of the state of the NBA games contain Fan Duel ads. Super annoying, now I just fast forward
I like it a lot
I am liking this podcast very much. This is one of the few podcast where both of the hosts are awesome and interact so well.
The interview and him talking his energy
From a long time listener
This podcast has gone from great content to just force feeding ads into my ear. You get more ads than you do original content. Ads for golf, cash app, and everything in between.
The best old man at the tree episode
To me I think this is one of the best episodes because it’s gust 4 guys laughing and straight up just having fun. I mean what podcast talks Disney Land and talking about there life as kids and them going at each other every secant. just like my brother and me yes this is a kid. Ya my dad doesn’t want me to hear people cussing but it’s weird it’s not like I haven’t heard him cuss also I’m ten my brother is 15. But overall I think it’s a good podcast episode because they just talk about stuff but no NBA player would probably do a podcast.
Terrific interview with Thybulle
Loved what Matisse said about the importance of draftees focusing on good fit with a team versus draft ranking. Matisse is not only a terrific basketball player but an all around nice guy and Renaissance man.
The New Era
*Jj showing up to his sons career day* “My name is JJ and believe it or not I. Am. A. Podcaster” Kids in class “Boooooooo”
JJ gets the Ro
I don’t expect ballers to be genius's but dang! JJ you got the RO ‘BECAUSE’ you got vaxed and wear a face diaper everywhere. When are fools gonna learn? Why do people then turn around and say... I did all the stuff they said I should do....I still got the RO....but all of you should now make sure you do all the stuff they tell you to do...ughh.
Y’all forgot Angel Grove highschool. Mighty Morphing Power Rangers.
Apparently the rights to Ricky Sanchez pod lives in your head still. I respect the petty
Washed up and the three
Sister still complaining about signing a contract and not getting his way. Like he did something for that organization. Give it a rest you didn’t get your way because them teams obviously didn’t want you and your shows is crap now because you’re too political. If I wanna hear about politics I’ll turn into a political show.Not listen to you be super left wing in your mansion in the Hamptons with no clue about what’s going on with the majority.
Overall great podcast. Kind suggestion- Tommy ask better questions. And more of a variety.
It is crazy that at the start of every game, Rachel Nichols flashes the white power symbol with her left hand, for a long time during her monologue. You can go back and check. She did it from the preseason on. She obviously does not Want to be around “those” people. It devastated my children and I when we saw it. It is awful to do to the young, full of hopes and dreams. It is clear she wants to do something else. Let her do that something else away from our sons and daughters.
This is a great podcast with a nice well-rounded selection of guests. I especially loved the leadership series of interviews… and the drafts are always very entertaining! Anyone giving this a negative review is probably just a JJ Redick hater .. this is objectively a very good podcast.
Keeps Getting Better and Better
The drafts are must-listen. I like when you have non-player guests on too, I get a little tired of straight player talk sometimes.
In depth look
Love this podcast. I don’t really listen to podcasts but I go out of my way to listen to this one. Very refreshing to get a peek into a NBA players life, realizing that they are just normal people with a job.
Great behind the scenes content.
Look forward to listening every week!
Great show guys but I need help searching for this taco spot in Bushwick. Am I spelling this correctly? Need to try this Birria yall are drooling about.
Get over it
Dude, pelicans did the best they could to move you. If you were having a good season they would have been able to get you to the nets. 26.5 million and complaining where you got traded.
Lost all respect for this man
NBA millionaire complaining that the team that massively over paid him didnt supplicate itself to his demands and pay him to go chase rings with other teams. How could he survive the hardship of getting traded to a playoff team? My thoughts and prayers go out to you jj
This podcast works better than Ambien.
JJ Redick is a funny host. His co-host doesn’t add a lot and their inside jokes misfire when they try to explain it to their guests. But fine anyways
Kanye West's iPhone
Hate Duke, Love JJ
Yeah yeah, I know...it’s nothing new that “everyone hates Duke” but I truly do, lol. It ALMOST stopped me from listening to JJ & Tommy but I’m so glad I did. They are AWESOME and truly some of the best podcasters ever. They are professional, well organized, funny, honest, REAL and just enjoyable to listen to. Lots of basketball, life & just fun stuff. Thanks JJ & Tommy for a great podcast...keep it up!
Bryan Stevenson Interview
Once again, a great interview of a tremendous guest. Insightful questions with thoughtful responses. You asked Bryan to elaborate on his comment that eliminating racism/white supremacy would be liberating. He shared a great reply which may or may not have included James Baldwin. I would commend to you Eddie Glaude’s “Begin Again” pages 48 and 49 (hardback) for more about the notion of liberation mentioned...from James Baldwin. @PhillySkipT5
Good but some politics here and there