Matthew Sardo spoke with Alex Kennedy, the managing editor of BasketballInsiders.com about his journalistic journey, the state of the NBA, the evolution of journalism, and how social media has changed the game.
Kennedy started covering the Orlando Magic at the age of 14, his dad had to chaperone him to games.
LeBron James has 50 playoff games with 30 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, which is just one game shy of Michael Jordan's record. (via Elias)
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) May 7, 2015
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About the Monkeys Fighting Robots Podcast:
A Gen Xer and a Millennial debate the latest topics in pop culture. One guy is a filmmaker and the other is a journalist, but both are nerds. We make your slowest days at work better. Hosts, Matthew Sardo and EJ Moreno.
Never heard of Matt Sardo?
For starters, he made the Kessel Run in less than 11 parsecs. Prior to that, he gave Doc Brown the idea for the flux capacitor and led the Resistance to victory over SkyNet – all while sipping a finely crafted IPA. As a radio host, he’s interviewed celebrities, athletes and everyone in between. He’s covered everything from the Super Bowl to Comic-Con.
Who’s EJ Moreno?
Is he a trained physician? No. Is he a former Miss Universe contestant? Possibly. But what we know for sure is he’s a writer, filmmaker, and pop culture enthusiast. Since film school, EJ has written & directed several short films. He’s used his passion of filmmaking to become a movie critic for MonkeysFightingRobots.com.
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