Episode 35: Jim Eichenhofer of the New Orleans Pelicans
We spoke to Jim about his journalism background, covering the Pelicans, and shared some insight on working within the NBA. 0:30 Career background 3:30 Sources say 7:00 Narrative 12:15 Media's expectations for players 20:30 Objectivity 23:00 relationship with the front office and team 26:00 Josh Hart 28:45 Comparing #1 pick buzz 31:00 Boogie Cousins 32:45 Trade block 40:00 Vetoed trades 49:00 Rebuilding 50:00 TV games 53:00 The Draymond factor 56:00 OG hate 1:02:00 JJ Redick Host: @pr0ia, @tsollenne. Guest: @Jim_Eichenhofer --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopthreadspod/support
On old-school Pelicans, Jrue's snub, MIP Brandon Ingram and more with Jim Eichenhofer
Bird Watch | A Pelicans podcast
Jim Eichenhofer has covered the Pelicans since the beginning of time. Well, not really ... it just feels that way. The longtime Pelicans reporter joins this week's episode of Bird Watch with hosts Christian Clark and Jeff Nowak to share some stories about the early days of basketball in New Orleans -- and the aforementioned Chris Paul and JR Smith lineup, plus some takeaways from the newly-minted Most Improved Player Brandon Ingram, Jrue Holiday being left off the All-Defensive team and more.
Jim Eichenhofer on the New Orleans Pelicans podcast presented by SeatGeek - July 2, 2020
New Orleans Pelicans Podcast
Daniel Sallerson hosts Pelicans.com writer Jim Eichenhofer to discuss the return of Pelicans basketball. Fans can also listen to practice soundbites from David Griffin, Jrue Holiday, Nicolo Melli and Zion Williamson.
Sports Hangover w/Daniel Sallerson (7/1/20) Hr 3 - Andrew Lopez, Jim Eichenhofer, Todd Graffagnini
ESPN NOLA 100.3 FM
Daniel Sallerson starts the final hour of the show talking about the Pelicans. Andrew Lopez gives his take on the Pelicans situation. Jim Eichenhofer talks about the Pelicans opportunity in Orlando. Todd Graffagnini ends the show giving his take on basketball starting back up soon.