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Chris Reichert

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Episode 12: Holiday Inn-Laws (w/ in-laws Chris Reichert, Phillip Brandt & Russell Brandt)

Dad Hard With A Podcast

We are back after a beautiful Thanksgiving with episode 12 of Dad Hard, with a Podcast! It is week 17 of dadding hard and this week we celebrated my daughter's 1st Thanksgiving!!! I have never been so thankful! This week's guest segment introduces the first GROUP CHAT when I sit down with my 3 cousin-in-laws following Thanksgiving with my wife's family. We discuss sleeping 20+ family members under 1 roof for Thanksgivings, tactics for getting kids to like you and the repercussions of calling your kid a "loser!"As always to connect on the fatherhood brotherhood hit us up at DadHardPod@gmail.com, follow on IG @DadHardPod and check out the Facebook @ Facebook.com/DadHardPod. Until then, #DadHard

1hr 9mins

3 Dec 2019

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Win In 6 Podcast #168: Herd talk with Chris Reichert, Bucks mailbag

Win In 6 Podcast

In the latest episode of the Win In 6 Podcast, Adam McGee speaks to Chris Reichert about the Wisconsin Herd and the G League season to date, and takes Bucks questions in the mailbag.

1hr 3mins

15 Dec 2017

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Ep. 2: How To Find Your Niche – Chris Reichert

All The Right Things

I’m Wes Goldberg and you’re listening to All The Right Things, the podcast where I talk with the best writers, bloggers, freelancers, media professionals about their journey, their craft and their advice for those hoping to make a living like they do.Your listening to the second episode. And if you’re wondering who I am, I’m a freelance sports writers and podcaster, obviously, trying to make a job out of what I love. One of the reasons I started this podcast is to help me do that, and while I’m at it I’ll help you.On today’s Episode I talk with Chris Reichert. Chris has created a niche for himself as a foremost expert on the NBA’s D-League.Finding a niche is incredibly important in today’s crowded sports writing scene, and I talked with Chris about how he found his niche and has made a name for himself. In fact, Chris recently got a shout out from Brent Barry during the live broadcast of the NBA’s D-League All-Star game on NBATV.There’s a reason I wanted to make this one of my first episodes, and that’s because Chris’s mindset of how to find his niche and then fully commit to it, is something I encourage all writers to think about. You can follow Chris on Twitter @Chris_Reichert and read his work at The Step Back. Thank you for listening to All The Right Things.

55mins

13 Jul 2017

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JAB002 - Barbershop and Chris Reichert

Just Another Bass

An exploration of the Barbershop Quartet style of singing, with an interview with Chris Reichert about his experiences moving from college a capella singing to classical

37mins

12 May 2017

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LOCKED ON PELICANS--Apr. 10, 2017--D-League writer Chris Reichert on Cheick Diallo

Locked On Pelicans - Daily Podcast On The New Orleans Pelicans

Chris Reichert of the Step Back joins the show to talk about how Cheick Diallo has played and what to expect from him next season Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

27mins

10 Apr 2017

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On the NBA Beat Ep. 2.12: Chris Reichert: NBA Teams “Looking for Rotational Role Players” in D-League

On the NBA Beat

Chris Reichert of FanSided Network's The Step Back visits to tell us everything we need to know about the D-League. The league expert explains the expected impact of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement on the NBA's official minor-league basketball organization, the league's top prospects and how it has served as a laboratory for testing potential NBA rule changes. Also, what is an ambitious basketball coach's best friend? Not a dog, bur rather a coaching stint in the D-League. Reichert is teeming with fascinating material, including how wing Jonathon Simmons went from paying $150 to try out for a D-League team to earning a key role playing for one of the greatest organizations in all of professional sports, the San Antonio Spurs. Check out some of Reichert's rubies below:1:34-3:28 Reichert on how the new Collective Bargaining Agreement will affect the D-League players: "They're adding two roster spots to every NBA team and those are going to be two-way contracts, probably for fringe [NBA] players...they want to keep their rights but they really want to develop them in the D-League. Those players are going to be paid a little more. They'll get 50,00 to 75,000. It opens up 60 additional roster spots for players, which is another great thing for D-League guys, fringe guys looking to make rosters and get an opportunity...The NBA minimums have come up 45 to 50 percent…which is going to help D-League players, because the 10-day contracts come January are based off the minimum salaries for however many years a player has in the NBA...They helped about a fifth of them, which I guess is a start, but hopefully, eventually we’ll get higher contracts across the board in the D-League."5:39-6:32 on the D-League as a test lab for the NBA: "I think it's really smart. It's a good way to gauge...what kind of effect these changes are going to have on overall gameplay and fan experience. They have a coach's challenge in the D-League that can be used in the fourth quarter or overtime. That's something the NBA does not have and they've been experimenting with it. This is the second season...They used to also use the FIBA goaltending rule, where you can hit the ball off the rim...Another thing that might actually get implemented in the NBA that they're using this year is on offensive rebounds, the shot clock goes to 14...It keeps the game flow going, forces the offense to maybe make a faster decision on their second possession.”7:32-7:43: "We're at 22 right now...In four seasons max, every team is going to have its own affiliate."12:14-13:59: "One guy that people haven't heard of that is really good is Kevin Murphy. He went to Tennessee Tech so you wouldn't have known him from college most likely. He's 26, about 6-5 or 6-6, plays on the wing, and can really light it up...Chris Evans is another one. He went to Kent State. He's a 6-8 forward, he's 25, plays for Canton…Both of them spent a couple years overseas, and now they're getting close to that basketball prime. They're trying to make that push for a chance to make an NBA roster."14:09–14:21: "Scoring a ton is great, but his [Pierre Jackson’s] efficiency has been just ridiculous. He's shooting over 50 percent from the floor, over 40 percent from 3, and like 85 percent from the free-throw line. He's dangerous right now."16:41-16:52: “I’m really happy for Sean [Kilpatrick]. He’s a really good guy. I interviewed him a couple years ago when he was in the D-League, and you could just tell he didn’t want to be overseas playing. He wanted to be in the NBA, and he was gonna ride this thing out until he got a chance.”20:08-20:34: “I really thought the Heat would keep Briante Weber over [Rodney] McGruder,Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

35mins

21 Dec 2016

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Locked on Nets - 10/11/16 - Long Island Nets talk with Chris Reichert

Locked On Nets - Daily Podcast On The Brooklyn Nets

NBA D-League guru Chris Reichert joins Locked on #Nets to discuss the Long Island Nets, and why we should be paying close attention to Brooklyn's new D-League team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

25mins

11 Oct 2016

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Locked on Rockets — Sept. 20 — Chris Reichert explains why Clint Capela is primed for a big leap

Locked On Rockets - Daily Podcast On The Houston Rockets

Chris Reichert, editor of Upside & Motor, tells us why Clint Capela appears poised for a major breakthrough entering his third season. We also examine the rest of Houston's likely depth chart at center, including Nene, Donatas Motiejunas and Chinanu Onuaku.#Rockets #NBA #ClintCapela Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

31mins

20 Sep 2016

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Nuggets and D-League talk with Chris Reichert

Denver Stiffs: for Denver Nuggets fans

In this week's episode I am joined by Chris Reichert who covers the D-League for Upside and Motor. We discuss the guys on the Nuggets roster that hail from the D-League, the open roster spot heading into training camp, and the inner-workings of the D-League. Chris provides a ton of really great insight into how the Nuggets can appraoch their open roster spot.Timestamps2:30 - The appeal of covering the D-League and how the league works17:30 - Jakarr Sampson and using the D-League to work on specific weaknesses23:45 - Axel Toupane's first basket in the NBA and upside28:00 - DJ Kennedy's fit on Denver's roster31:30 - Jarnell Stokes' dominant post play34:45 - Chris's pick to make the roster, Nate Wolters38:30 - Chris's ranking of the non-guaranteed guys40:30 - The Nuggets need for their own D-League affiliate and how the Nuggets might use the D-League this year48:30 - Chris's top 5 players from the Pacific Northwest Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

56mins

12 Sep 2016

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NAZ Suns w/ Chris Reichert - Aug. 26

Bright Side of the Sun: for Phoenix Suns fans

NBA D-League aficionado Chris Reichert (@Chris_Reichert) joins the podcast to discuss the growth of the D-League, the impact of the NAZ Suns in Prescott Valley and new head coach Ty Ellis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

21mins

26 Aug 2016

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