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They have a new name, but the game they play is still innovative, unconventional, humorous, and now, more accessible. Known as The Basketball Jones when they were running roughshod over the sports blogosphere with creative videos and podcasting, the crew led by J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas and Trey Kerby are now The Starters, and they bring their fan-focused take on the game to NBA TV each weekday. The hourlong show is also supplemented by a blog and podcast, all of it tied together by The Starters' passion for the NBA through fun, lighthearted and entertaining content.

Latest episodes

aired 74 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 75 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 76 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 77 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 78 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 92 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 96 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 103 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 104 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 107 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 108 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 109 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games and present their unique perspectives.
aired 110 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 111 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 112 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 114 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 115 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 116 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 117 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 118 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.
aired 121 days ago
J.E. Skeets, Tas Melas, Trey Kerby and Leigh Ellis look ahead to the upcoming night's top games give their unique take and views.

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