Another Monday, another live mailbag on the LockerRoom app for Celtics fans and listeners of the CelticsPod podcast. The Celtics halted their slide against Orlando, and face the Memphis Grizzlies later on this evening. But, more importantly, it’s trade deadline week, meaning we have a bunch rumors to dissect and discuss.
Do you want Harrison Barnes or Aaron Gordon? Is John Collins worth parting ways with Marcus Smart? And what about Kemba Walker?
I’m very excited for today’s show, and think we could have some awesome trade conversations!
The show will run for one hour, where I will do my best to speak with as many of you as possible, as we discuss anything and everything that’s Celtics-related. As usual, if you would prefer not to come on stage and speak, there is a comments section, which I will ensure I make time to address, so your questions are not missed out.
So how do you ensure you’re part of the live mailbag tonight or in the future? Simple! Head over to the App Store on your mobile device, type in LockerRoom and download the app for free. Create an account, and follow me @AdamTaylorNBA. Then, when the room goes live, you will receive an invite notification on your device, which you can simply click on to be taken directly into the room.
Want more bang for your buck? Straight after the live mailbag episode, CelticsBlog’s own Keith Smith (@KeithPSmith) hosts one of his three NBA Q&A’s for the week, doubling your live Celtics content.
What is LockerRoom? A free sports talk app where you, the fan, can engage with other sports fans worldwide to discuss your team’s latest victory or failures.
You can download the LockerRoom app for free from the App Store, create your profile and begin to converse with other NBA fans throughout the day.
Steps to join:
Download the LockerRoom app from the App Store
Create a free account
Ensure you follow @AdamTaylorNBA to get the invite when the room is live, and come armed with your best questions and hottest trade ideas.
I look forward to interacting with you later on today. You can also take this live mailbag as an opportunity to give your feedback on the podcast and what you would like to see more or less of in the future.