Road Trippin' - Podcast Spotlight

Hosted by Allie Clifton and NBA veterans Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye, the Road Trippin' podcast on the Uninterrupted Network is one of the most insightful and hilarious basketball podcasts around.

What began as a way for fans to get to know what life is like on the road for an NBA player has turned into one of the most popular sports podcasts online. Allie, Richard and Channing spent the first year of the podcast giving fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers a look into the team that most fans couldn't never dream of receiving.

That first run of Road Trippin' episodes included discussion around legacy with LeBron James, Kyrie Irving's thoughts on the shape of the planet (literally) and behind-the-scenes looks at some of the Cavs most popular stars and role players from Kevin Love to the very end of the bench.

Trades and the changing landscape of the NBA caused the trio to split for most of the year but that enabled the show to begin expanding outside of Cleveland players and into a podcast about the entire league. In the offseason, Allie, Richard and Channing get back together for more summer time shows that get back to the original feel from the start of the podcast.

Recommended Episodes

Road Trippin' Episode 78: Episode 78: Charles Barkley

For an hour and a half, the Charles Barkley experience is in full-force in this episode of Road Trippin'. Charles talks with all three hosts about a ton of topics: how he gained weight to try to avoid being drafted by Philadelphia, his relationship with the great Moses Malone and what his life is like on the set of TNT's "Inside the NBA" each week.

Road Trippin' Episode 18: Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan's early appearance on Road Trippin' is probably one of the most hilarious episodes of the show ever released. You might not expect it from his on-the-court demeanor but Duncan is one of the funniest and possibly strangers characters in the NBA. Weird tattoos, a love of World of Warcraft and more are talked about in this episode.


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