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NBA Finals Media Takeaways. Plus: Has the Podcast Conquered Music in the Car?

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The Market for Kyrie, the Warriors-Grizzlies “Rent Free” Beef, Plus Timberwolves Head Coach Chris Finch

Finch comes on to discuss joining the team midseason in 2021, the 2022 playoff series vs. the Grizzlies, team dynamics with Anthony Edwards, Karl-Anthony Towns, D’Angelo Russell, and Patrick Beverley, and his time playing and coaching in Europe

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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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Back From Vacation to More Mid Baseball 

Plus, reacting to the Warriors winning another ring and Johnny Cueto’s return to glory

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Curry vs. Everybody, Boston’s Next Move, NBA Dynasty Tiers, and Draft Buzz With Ryen Russillo

Bill and Russillo also discuss possible offseason moves and what Jayson Tatum’s workload this past season means for next year

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Boston’s Collapse and Golden State’s Growing Legacy

Plus, an NBA draft preview, and the offseason storylines Sabreena and Wos are looking forward to

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The Warriors Are Back on Top of the NBA

Chris and Seerat discuss all the factors, moments, and player moves that Golden State made that contributed to their success

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Warriors Are Champions Once Again, Disappointment in Tatum, and Memories About Fathers

Plus, KOC gives an update to his NBA draft board

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The Celtics’ Road Back Isn’t Guaranteed

Boston’s breakthrough season feels like the start of something, but making another trip to the Finals isn’t always as easy as it seems. Neither is eventually reaching the mountaintop.

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Steph Curry Leaves No Room for Debate About His Legacy

After carrying Golden State to its fourth title in eight years—and winning the elusive Finals MVP—Curry has silenced even his most ardent critics. Says Steve Kerr: "To me, this is his crowning achievement in what’s already been an incredible career."

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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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An Impressive Warriors Title, Curry’s Pantheon Jump, and Tatum’s Finals Swoon With Joe House

Plus, discussing how the Andrew Wiggins trade may have won Golden State the series

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Holy Cannoli, the Warriors Are Back on Top

After a two-year fall-off, Golden State put a fourth ring on Steph Curry’s finger, finishing off the Celtics in Game 6 of the 2022 NBA Finals

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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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NBA Finals Review, Prizm Football Price Drop, and Chris McGill on the Health of the Market

Card Ladder founder Chris McGill comes on to talk about the relationship between the U.S. economy and cards, and the difference between raw and graded

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The Celtics Are Fumbling Away an NBA Championship

A big, switchy roster propelled Boston to the Finals, but that same identity has left it without a go-to ball handler to solve its extreme turnover problem

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The 1,000th BS Episode With Joe House, Bill Hader, Bryan Curtis, and Nora Princiotti

Bill and Co. talk Game 6 of the NBA Finals, HBO’s ‘Barry,’ and the latest Deshaun Watson news

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Game 6 Preview, Playoff Lessons, and Lakers Rumors With Daman Rangoola

Plus, explaining why teams that don’t spend money shouldn’t complain about teams that do

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Picks for Game 6 and the U.S. Open

The guys make predictions for the next game of the NBA Finals

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Mike Breen on Coming Back From COVID and Calling the NBA Finals

Also, Mike discusses his career transitioning from radio to television, the differences between calling regular-season and postseason NBA games, and working in a three-man booth alongside Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy

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Jayson Tatum and the Celtics Are Running Out of Answers

Golden State has pushed Boston to the brink while grinding its offense to a halt. If the Celtics can’t find some daylight in Game 6, their feel-good season will come to a frustrating end.

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How Do the Celtics Salvage the Finals? Plus, an Important Zach LaVine Update

Justin, Rob, and Wos discuss what Boston can do to come back from its deficit

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The Andrew Wiggins Game, What Went Wrong With the Celtics, and Meeting Paolo Banchero

Plus, Verno and KOC discuss how the Warriors’ willingness to go into the luxury tax is what differentiates them from other franchises

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Will the Warriors Close It Out? Plus Updated NBA Player Approval Ratings With Wosny Lambre

Russillo shares his thoughts on Boston not being able to capitalize on Steph Curry’s low-scoring performance, improvements from Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson, and the Celtics’ turnover problem before Wosny joins to discuss the approval ratings of Anthony Davis, Karl-Anthony Towns, and other players

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Big Game Wiggins Is Making Everyone Forget About the Years of “Wasted Minutes”

The Warriors saw something in Andrew Wiggins that others didn’t. With a monster Game 5, he’s helped push Golden State to the precipice of another championship.

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Did the Celtics Just Blow the Title?

Bill and Kevin Hench react to Golden State’s Game 5 win and discuss the improvement of Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson throughout the series

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The Other Warriors Come Through on Steph Curry’s Rare Off Night

Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thompson, and Jordan Poole helped fill the Steph void in Game 5 and put Golden State just one win away from the 2022 title

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The Washington Post Social Media Saga, Plus the NBA Finals in Tweets

Bryan and David discuss a recent dispute at the newspaper that led to a reporter’s firing

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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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Gary Payton II Found the Right Space at the Right Time

Six years after Payton went undrafted, the Warriors finally created enough space to let him in

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Tatum Theories, Finals Unicorns, NBA Draft Buzz, and Worst GM Jobs With Ryen Russillo

Plus, debating if a losing player can win a Finals MVP and reacting to Draymond’s poor performances

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NBA Finals Game 5 Betting Preview

JJ, House, and Raheem talk series MVP odds and whether Jayson Tatum will turn things around

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What Adjustments Do the Celtics Need to Make?

Wos is joined by Jay King to discuss the Celtics’ recent struggles and preview Game 5

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Steph’s Apex Mountain Leaves Boston Reeling

Rob Mahoney and Wosny Lambre join to discuss the Warriors’ series-tying win against the Celtics

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The Warriors Adapt With—and Without—Draymond

It wasn’t exactly a vintage performance from Green in Game 4, but it was a winning one. Golden State got just enough out of its defensive anchor to square the Finals, and maybe learned something along the way when it briefly benched him in the fourth.