The guys discuss their “vacations,” Michael Avenatti’s story about Nike paying Zion Williamson, the “Rich Paul Rule,” and more (4:00). Then they bring in Canadian correspondent Jordan Henry, a.k.a. “the Canadian Jon Rothstein,” to discuss Carleton’s unprecedented loss, arson (?), the FIBA World Cup, and more (36:35). Finally they close out the show with some shout-outs to Coach Calipari, Dickie V, BYU, Bob Knight, and more (48:50)!
The End of the Rich Paul Rule, a Return From Vacation, and Another Zion Story
Plus, Titus and Tate discuss the FIBA World Cup, talk with Jordan Henry, and give shout-outs to Coach Calipari, Dickie V, and BYU
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