Logan, Brian, and Dave on the Dodgers game 7 choke, what is going on with the Cavaliers, the top 2 teams in the Eastern Conference, Dave explains his latest social experiment, the trio ranks the top pizza chains, and finally, our thoughts on kneeling during the national anthem.
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Logan and Brian discuss Joel Emibiid’s contract extension, the worst teams in the league this season, NBA lottery reform, the best rookie storylines going into the season, and the sleeping giant in the West, the Denver Nuggets.
Logan is joined by Warriors connoisseur Cyrus Hoda to discuss the major storylines concerning the Warriors and Cavaliers. From the incredible offseason Golden State had, to the (low key) disastrous summer for Cleveland, the duo breaks down whether it will bare any impact on who will play in June, the best and worse case scenarios for the Dubs, Logan drops a new KD theory and much more.
Logan and Brian are back discussing the NBA, from the Kyrie to Boston trade, what the future for the Lakers looks like, the Gordon Hayward Fourth of July Debacle, how Paul George will fit in with the Thunder and whether the superteam in LA includes him, and what the deal with Melo to Houston is.
Logan and Dave break down the smartest and most ludicrous moves in NBA free agency, what Danny Ainge is doing with the Celtics, if the Timberwolves can become a playoff contender, Dave’s thoughts on the latest Game of Thrones season and its’ potential causality loops, and then the hot takes fly about the GOP, DJT Jr. and his emails, and media coverage of todays political climate.
Logan, Swander, and Brian on NBA free agency, the draft, how Chris Paul fits into the Rockets, where Gordon Hayward may land, and the minimum salary players the Warriors will look to acquire. Also discussed: the end of season awards show, the future for the Clippers, and the potential Boston mega deals that may be coming.
Logan, Michael Swander, and Kyle Brown break down the NBA Finals from top to bottom, including Warriors Twitter exposing the cold takes, our experiences watching Game 5, Kerr’s insistence on ‘Strength in Numbers’, what the Cavaliers have to do moving forward, how the Warriors stack up against the ’80’s NBA legends, the lack of leadership in the Cavs front office, and how LeBron concocted the situation around him. Also, Nick gets Wrong.
Logan is joined by Dave, Brian, and Paris to discuss the insanity of the media during the break between the conference finals and the championship, what the X-factors will be in the series, LeBron’s legacy vs Michael Jordan and ranking their Finals opponents, who’s legacy needs the Finals MVP the most, and if the Warriors going 16-0 validates KD’s decision. Doc Rivers superteam comments were called out and the benefits of Mike Brown being coach are weighed. The podcast concludes with a brief talk on how the Oracle crowd has changed.
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The rubber match between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors begins Thursday, June 1 at 6 PST on ABC. Here are 25 predictions for what to expect from the Three-Match.
1. Klay will break out and have 2 games hitting at least 7 three’s.
2. LeBron James will, once again, be the overall stats leader for the series (PPG, MPG, RPG, APG, SPG) and average just shy of a triple double, but…
3. Stephen Curry will win Finals MVP.
4. Mike Brown will exercise his LBJ demons and be a factor in the series.
5. LeBron James will upstage Tyronn Lue more than once.
Logan and Brian break down how the draft lottery effects the Lakers, the prospects of Lonzo Ball in Los Angeles & Fultz in Boston, whether Zaza Pachulia committed ‘manslaughter’ or is just a clumsy player, the double standard of casual NBA fans, if the Celtics stand a chance against the Cavs, and to close out the show Dave jumps on the pod to drop some controversial opinions.