LSSS #20: San Antonio Spurs 1980 – 1990
After multiple attempts, Bill and Dimitri finally publish the 20th episode of the Lone Star Summit Show to discuss the Spurs from 1980 – 1990, including the trade of George Gervin to Chicago and the lows that followed, but end on a good note with the drafting of David Robinson and Sean Elliot.


LSSS #22: Rockets vs. Grizzlies 11/25 Post Game Show
Bill and Dimitri break down the Rockets’ 103 – 92 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies in their inaugural post-game podcast.

LSSS #21: Bill Simpson: Master of Elephants

Bill and Dimitri make the normal three stops in the lone star state but not without a little Karl Anthony-Towns/Kristaps Porzingis debate and some bonus talk about rocks that look like upside-down elephants.

LSSS #19.5 What the Hell Is Going Down in HTown?
As the Rockets continue their free fall down the Western Conference standings, Bill and Dimitri opine on what the hell is wrong with the Rockets including how hot Kevin McHale’s seat is, who deserves the blame for their poor record so far, as well as some hypothetical outcomes from the Rockets players-only meeting on Tuesday morning.

LSSS #18: Welcome Back, Mr. Harden

Week 2 of the NBA is in the books and so is episode number 18 of the Lone Star Summit Show. Bill and Dimitri discuss James Harden’s big week, the impressive rookie class and when/if the Warriors will lose a game.

LSSS #17: San Antonio Spurs 1967 – 1980

Bill and Dimitri talk about the early history of the San Antonio Spurs from 1967 – 1980 which includes a player-coach who loved to fight more than play ball, a horse named Turf Julie and the underrated greatness of George “Iceman” Gervin.

LSSS #15: Week One, Milestones

The Spurs are the Spurs, the Mavericks may be better than we originally¬†thought, and what’s up with the Rockets? Bill and Dimitri break down the state of the lone star state while dishing on NBA player Halloween costumes, fantasy basketball sleepers and some significant milestones for Rick Carlisle, Tim Duncan, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant.