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Seven Lingering Questions Following the NBA Draft With Logan Murdock

KOC and Logan reflect on the draft and look ahead to the start of free agency

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Decoding the Leaks and Rumors Surrounding Kyrie Irving’s Future in Brooklyn

Logan and Raja also look at three teams that Kyrie would be most likely to end up on if he does leave the Nets before awarding their Real One of the Week

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Steph Curry Leads the Warriors to Victory

Logan and Raja discuss Golden State’s victory and potential offseason moves

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The Warriors Want More

Even after winning a fourth title in eight years, Golden State is thinking ahead. By investing in a young core, the Warriors hope their own "short Tim Duncan" can lead them on a run of success that rivals the greatest dynasties in NBA history.

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NBA Finals Game 6 Preview

Logan and Rob Mahoney discuss whether this is a legacy-defining game for Jayson Tatum and how the Warriors’ depth has played in the series so far

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Steph Curry Is Cementing His Legacy in the NBA Finals

Logan and Raja talk about Steph Curry’s incredible performance in Game 4 and what adjustments the Celtics need to make in Game 5 in order to take control of the series

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The Celtics Jump Out to a 2-1 Lead. Is It Panic Time for the Warriors?

Logan and Raja discuss the Celtics’ growth and how their athleticism has propelled them, and what the Warriors need to find their rhythm again

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The Warriors Take Game 2 in Blowout Win

Logan and Raja discuss the first two games of the NBA Finals

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Celtics-Warriors NBA Finals Preview

Logan and Raja discuss the ins and outs of the matchup, how this NBA Finals could affect the legacy of Steph Curry, and what they think will happen in this series

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Jordan Poole Is Making a Splash

Even as his career took a detour through the G League, Poole was sure he was going to make it in the NBA. Now, he’s one of the reasons the Warriors are back in the Finals and perhaps the successor to Steph Curry in the next chapter of Golden State’s dynasty.