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Golden State explodes in the third vs. OKC–what went wrong for the Thunder D in the third? Jeff Hornacek is an unexpected hire in NY (24:00), and we rank the available point guards in free agency this summer (31:00). With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The Athletic and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
Cleveland dominates Toronto to take a 1-0 lead, the lottery comes out exactly like it was supposed to (15′), and previewing the San Antonio Spurs offseason (25′). How much cap space will they have depending on the futures of Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, and who could replace them if they retire? With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The
OKC shuts down GSW in the 2nd half. How did they do it, will it sustain, and what should the Warriors’ panic level be? Lottery preview (26:15): What are each team’s odds in the lottery, and which teams would we most like to see move up? Nate McMillan hired in IND and Terry Stotts extends
Toronto blows out an exhausted Miami behind 35 from Kyle Lowry. The Heat may have the most fascinating and complex off-season in the league, where do they go from here (10:30)? Can they retain Hassan Whiteside, Dwyane Wade, and other core pieces or should they look at other free agents? Also, previewing the titanic clash
OKC ousts San Antonio: How they did it, where the Spurs went wrong, and what could be next for Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. Scott Skiles resigns in Orlando (21:30), plus POR offseason cap preview (31:15). How will the Blazers use their projected $25 million in space, whom should they target, and whom should they look
Golden State closes out a game Portland team, plus is Klay Thompson the MVP of the playoffs so far? What can Portland take away from this series, and what does Golden State need to improve on for next round? At 25:00, Toronto takes a 3-2 lead on Miami, why Bismack Biyombo was a key for
Oklahoma City steals a massive Game 5 in San Antonio. A breakdown of all that transpired, including (again) why another referee controversy was overstated, how the Thunder turned the Spurs’ strengths into weaknesses, hardcore analysis of the last five minutes (22:30), and how San Antonio can adjust in Game 6 (57:45). Also, Stephen Curry was
Stephen Curry sets a league record with 17 points in OT as GSW takes Game 4 in Portland, with audio from Steph, Terry Stotts, and Draymond Green. MIA prevails in Game 4 vs. TOR, the third OT game in the series (51:00) With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux of RealGM, The Athletic and the Sporting News (@DannyLeroux).
Oklahoma City knots it at 2-2 with San Antonio, Toronto takes a 2-1 lead vs. Miami as both centers go down (26:15), Damian Lillard goes nuts against Golden State (42:30), Cleveland sweeps the Hawks (53:30)–could it be the last game for Horford in an Atlanta uniform, and should Boston offer him a max contract? Plus
San Antonio and Oklahoma City go down to the wire again. How can Oklahoma City improve their offense to tie the series? Cleveland dominates Atlanta late with a doomsday offensive lineup (28:30). Blake Griffin undergoes a bone marrow procedure on his injured quad, Jeremy Lin to opt out, and reviewing the awards already handed out