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Dunc'd On: 2017 NBA Finals Game 4
Cleveland destroys Golden State to take the series to a Game 5. We break down the Cavs’ devastating run to open the game, look at what Golden State can do better to counter in Game 5, and appreciate the incredible talent on the floor in this series. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux

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COVID Daily News: Experts we've had on the show
We’ve had amazing scientists on COVID Daily News the last month. We highly recommend catching up on these episodes. May 28: Biostatistics Expert Dr. Natalie Dean: US Reopening, Sweden, and Research Advancements May 18: How COVID19 Treatment Has Evolved with ICU Dr. Sergio Trevino Castillo May 13: Virologist Dr. Angela Rasmussen: Testing Issues; Virus Mutations;
Northwest Division Battle Plans
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. After a news segment discussing the latest news on the bubble and injury news, a discussion of the plans over the next few years for (in order) MIN, OKC, UTA, POR, and DEN. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA). And if you like this pod, please donate to
The Biggest Things Missing From The Last Dance
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Nate and Danny give their final thoughts on the Last Dance, including Nate’s list of the top-4 things that were omitted and should have been in there.  Plus, will we ever see another team as big as those Bulls, our thoughts on Jerry’s Krause’s memoir, the clear,
The Best Players Who Never Were Part 2
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Nate and Danny list their best players who, due to injury or tragedy, were never able to fulfill the promise it seemed they had.  Then we pick the players whose careers we most would have liked to see to their completion. Note that COVID Daily News is
The Best Players Who Never Were Part 1
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Nate and Danny list their best players who, due to injury or tragedy, were never able to fulfill the promise it seemed they had. Note that COVID Daily News is now a separate pod. Please subscribe to that show on its own feed via Apple, Spotify or
Tim Bontemps: NBA’s Restart Plan, BOS/PHI/TOR Playoff Matchups
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. ESPN’s Tim Bontemps discusses his recent reporting on the NBA’s efforts to return to play, including some of the key obstacles it faces. Also, he discusses the 3 teams he covers most, Philly, Boston, and Toronto, and how they would match up in the playoffs. Note that
Indiana Pacers with J. Michael: Oladipo, Sabonis, Playoff Outlook
Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. A look at the current state of the Indiana Pacers with beat reported J. Michael of the Indy Star, including what grade he’d give the Pacers for their season, how Victor Oladipo looked when he came back, his chances for returning to All-Star level, and his extension