I will be hosting a live mailbag for the CelticsPod podcast on the LockerRoom app today. The room will be opening at 4 pm ET and will run for an hour, and subject to the technical gods, will be released as a podcast later this week.
With both Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum taking part in the All-Star break - both in the Three-Point Contest and All-Star Game, there will be some fun topics to discuss (remember Jaylen pulling up from half-court?).
Alternatively, you might want to chop it up about possible TPE targets, rookies either under-performing or exceeding expectations, or you may want to reminisce about the Celtics four-game win streak heading into the break.
There’s also a chat facility, and the room will be open to the general public - there’s been multiple NBA players active on the app recently, so you never know who might drop by!
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 (not really, as it’s free, but I digress)? Straight after the live mailbag episode, CelticsBlog’s own Keith Smith 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.