The NBA is Now America's Favorite Sport

For Episode 3, I will be putting my two cents on the new look NBA by revealing why Kawhi Leonard signing with the LA Clippers will put basketball ahead of football and baseball. The hype is real sports fans, the upcoming NBA season is going to be must-see TV.

If you enjoyed this episode and think someone else will, you can find me on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Until next time, Thanks for listening!

Why Trump Will Get Reelected

For Episode 2, I am getting patriotic and political putting my two cents on last week’s crazy Democratic Presidential Debates. In this episode, I reveal why the Democrats are already losing the race for 2020 and what they should be doing instead. Take a listen below.

If you enjoyed this episode and think someone else will, you can find me on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Until next time, Thanks for listening!

Why I Stopped Chasing Podcast Perfection

Welcome to my new podcast called Live with Matt’s 2 Cents, a thought-provoking podcast covering pop culture, sports, and life experiences. In 15 minutes or less, I will hit you with my blunt and honest take on stories that are simple, relevant, and relatable.

For Episode 1, I put my two cents on the word perfect by revealing my struggles with trying to build a perfect podcast. If you didn’t already know this, I tried and epically failed at podcasting four months ago. But I’m back now, with a new approach and new mindset. New Episodes every Wednesday!

If you enjoyed this episode and think someone else will, you can find me on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Until next time, Thanks for listening!

Prologue - Is College Worth It?

Debuting just one episode from my first run with podcasting on The M2C Show, I dove straight into whether college was still worth the high price of admission.

In this episode, I discussed my own college experience at UCI along with referencing a CNBC video and Joe Rogan Experience interview with Andrew Yang that complemented exploring this question. Not only do I argue that student loan debt and bloated college administrative bodies need to be fixed, but so does the college paradigm. It needs to adapt.