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DAL/MIN and IND/BOS Game 3s
Luka Doncic, Kyrie Irving, and Daniel Gafford bring Dallas home as Minnesota’s late-game offense again short-circuits, and the Mavs are now a game away from the NBA Finals. The same is true for Boston although it took more late-game heroics themselves against a game Indiana team. Four more episodes with Nate & Danny per week
DAL/MIN Game 1; NYK Offseason; All-NBA Reaction
Dallas played their game against Minnesota while taking the Wolves out of theirs. How can Minnesota turn that in the next games? The Knicks need to re-sign OG Anunoby and Isaiah Hartenstein, but also have assets in the coffers to acquire another star. Who might they consider and who might be available? Four more episodes
MIN/DEN and IND/NYK Game 7s
Minnesota authors the largest-ever comeback in a Game 7 to oust the defending champs on the road.  How did the Wolves pick themselves up off the mat in the series and in this game? What do we make of the Nuggets’ loss? The Knicks’ dream season finally ran out of gas against the Pacers, who
MIN/DEN Game 6; The Free Agent Centers
Minnesota and Mike Conley bounce off the mat to destroy Denver and push the Nuggets to their first Game 7 since 2020. How did the Wolves hold Denver to 70 points and how much can be repeated in Game 7? Also, we look at the key free agent centers in a thin group that includes
MIN/DEN and IND/NYK Game 4s; Lotto Chaos
The Denver Nuggets showed their quality in two massive wins in Minnesota. What truly changed in this series; was it Denver playing better or the Wolves playing worse, and what does it all mean for Game 5 and beyond. Indiana played a fantastic game against New York, who look as though all the miles are
DAL/OKC and CLE/BOS Game 2s; Bud to Replace Vogel?
The Mavs even up in OKC behind a rejuvenated Luka Doncic and a killer night from downtown. Was Cleveland’s victory simply the result of outshooting Boston from 3, or does Boston have more to be concerned about? We also take listener questions on the games and discuss the apparently impending hire of Mike Budenholzer in
ORL/CLE Game 7; CLE/BOS and DAL/OKC Series Outlooks
The Cavaliers overcame injuries and atrocious first-half shooting to persevere and author the largest Game 7 comeback in the play-by-play era. Now that they’ve escaped the dreaded first round, how do they match up with a Boston team that hit on all cylinders against Miami? The Mavericks summarily dispatched the Clippers in round one, but
PHI/NYK and IND/MIL Game 6
Jalen Brunson leads the brawny Knicks to the second round in yet another classic game in a classic series. The Pacers finally play to their capabilities to finish off a wounded Bucks team at home. What is next for a Milwaukee team that hasn’t made it out of the first round the last two years?
The Weekend Game 4s
New York takes command in another war of a Game 4, Paul George and James Harden provide virtuoso performances to knot up their series with Dallas, Milwaukee fought gamely but ultimately succumbed to Myles Turner and the Pacers, while the Lakers finally played harder than the Nuggets to avert a sweep. What can we take
Joel Embiid had the first great playoff game of his career to will the Sixers back into the series against the Knicks. Orlando showed up for the first time, at the same time that the Cavs didn’t. The Lakers gave it all they had, but again ran out of gas against a younger, deeper, more