Julius ‘Dr J’ Erving is in the house and he’s letting listeners into his incredible life. Each episode focuses on the passions that drive this legendary man, from youth and education, to music and business, and of course basketball. Join Dr. J and influential friends from the worlds of sports, culture and entertainment each week forengaging and topical conversations. It’s just what the doctor ordered.
House Call with…George Gervin
In this episode Dr. J sits down with one of his ABA rivals the man with the coolest nickname in the league, The “Ice Man” George Gervin. Dr. J and Gervin talk about the early days of the ABA, how Gervin got his nickname and his time photo source: http://www.slamonline.comwith The Big 3. Sit back and enjoy hearing stories from two NBA legends.
House Call with…Nate Robinson
- In this episode Dr. J sits down with slam dunk champion Nate Robinson. In their conversation, Robinson talks about how his he starred as a college football player for Washington but why he stuck with basketball, his attitude for surviving in the NBA, winning the slam dunk title and how it feels playing in Beirut.
House Call with…Chauncey Billups
In this episode Dr. J sits down with NBA Champion and ESPN/ABC analyst Chauncey Billups. In their conversation, Billups talks about playing at home during his college career, his early days in the league. Where he got the name Mr. Big Shot and how helped lead the Detroit Pistons to an NBA title against the LA Lakers. Also Billups discusses his dream to be an NBA GM. It’s an interesting and revealing discussion you don’t want to miss.
House Call with…Patrick Fabian
In this episode Dr. J sits down with a veteran actor, Patrick Fabian, who has appeared on numerous shows such as Friends, NCIS, 24 and is currently on AMC’s hit Better Call Saul. In their conversation, Fabian discusses his early days as an actor including how a shampoo commercial helped him land his SAG card, his connection to the 80’s Saturday morning hit show Saved By The Bell, and how his character, Howard Hamlin has inspired his taste in fashion. Sit back listen and enjoy this revealing discussion.
House Call with…Jeff Dye
Dr. J sits down with a man who traveled the world with a group of legends from the acting and sports world, comedian Jeff Dye, star of the hit show “Better Late Than Never”. In their conversation, Jeff tells Dr. J, how he got his start in comedy, what it’s like to work with Terry Bradshaw, William Shatner, Henry Winkler and George Foreman and he speaks about his new podcast venture.
House Call with…Elana Meyers Taylor
Dr. J sits down with the Olympic medalist bobsledder Elana Meyers Taylor. In this conversation, Meyers Taylor talks about what attracted her to become a bobsledder, how being an athlete is a family affair and what it means to win a medal. She also talks about her future aspirations in business as well as her family plans. It’s a revealing and interesting discussion you don’t want to miss.
JULIUS ‘DR J’ ERVING
Julius Erving, the great and wondrous “Dr. J,” was the dominant player of his era, an innovator who changed the way the game was played. Widely regarded as the greatest basketball player of his time, he is often considered to have been the main catalyst for the ABA-NBA merger in 1976 and is credited with taking the slam dunk mainstream. Over the course of his career, Erving won three championships, four MVP awards in the ABA and NBA, three scoring titles with the ABA and NBA, was a 16-time All Star and retired as the third highest scorer in pro basketball history with 30,026 career points. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993 and named to the NBA’s 50th Anniversary All-Time Team.
A gracious, dignified and disciplined man, Erving was an ideal ambassador for the game. His actions off the court have proven to be as inspiring as his athletic achievements. Since Erving’s retirement from the NBA, he has made it his personal mission to affect change, make a difference in the lives of others, and give back to the athletic and African American communities. In recent years, he has supported numerous causes and organizations including the American Cancer Society, The Salvation Army, March of Dimes, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Alliance for Lupus Research, The Boys and Girls Club, The University of Massachusetts, Widener University, and Philadelphia University.