Atlanta Hawks: New Ringer Podcast with Vince Carter and Kent Bazemore

Vince Carter #15 and Kent Bazemore #24 of the Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)
Vince Carter #15 and Kent Bazemore #24 of the Atlanta Hawks (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images) /

A new Atlanta Hawks podcast has been announced in partnership with highly regarded sports and culture website The Ringer.

The Atlanta Hawks have always seemingly been on the cutting-edge of crafting audio content in-house, but now the team has partnered with one of the best purveyors of pods in all of podcastdom: The Ringer.

Today, The Ringer announced Winging It, a podcast featuring NBA legend Vince Carter, longtime Hawks shooting guard Kent Bazemore and Hawks PR guru Annie Finberg.

Baze and Finberg previously worked together on the highly regarded Road Trippin’ NBA podcast, which featured former Hawks big man Mike Muscala with Baze and Finberg. Now, with the clout of The Ringer allowing Baze and Finberg to join forces again with a wily NBA veteran in tow, this is sure to be a can’t miss podcast for Atlanta Hawks fans – and NBA fans in general.

Winging It joins a series of great Atlanta Hawks podcasts, including Locked on Hawks, the Locked on Podcast Network’s Hawks entrant, and BallHawks Podcast, a more exploratory Hawks podcast run by yours truly.

The first episode of Winging It releases on December 3, but The Ringer encourages all listeners to subscribe wherever you find your podcasts. The Ringer Staff introduced the pod in a short teaser post:

“The latest addition to the Ringer Podcast Network is Winging It with Vince Carter, Kent Bazemore, and Annie Finberg of the Atlanta Hawks. Vince and Baze are going off script with an assist from Annie to offer a behind-the-scenes look at what NBA players think and talk about when their minds aren’t on the court. Sports, news, pop culture: whatever they’re talking about, just know they’re winging it. The first episode drops on December 3, but subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts.”

Though Baze has long been rumored as a potential trade chip for the Hawks, perhaps this means the longtime veteran will remain in ATL for at least the rest of the 2018-19 season.

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We look forward to hearing the dulcets tones of Baze and VC in our earholes next month!