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Steph Curry Serves up a Legendary Performance to Even the Finals

With the Warriors’ backs against the wall—and Curry’s ankle ailing—Steph dropped 43 points against the Celtics to take Game 4

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Aftermath of Game 3 in Boston, Is Draymond Confident or Arrogant, and Who Would You Take No. 1?

Also, Verno and KOC discuss the importance of role players stepping up in the NBA Finals

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Can the Jazz Become the Next Celtics?

Plus, Chris and Seerat share their reactions to the Celtics’ Game 3 win over the Warriors and contemplate whether Draymond Green’s postgame podcasting is impacting his performance in the series

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Jaylen Brown’s Got Juice in These NBA Finals

Though he’s still prone to a costly mistake or two, Brown’s athleticism and physicality has made all the difference for the Celtics

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NBA Finals Game 4 Betting Preview

The crew breaks down what they learned in Game 3 before creating a family parlay and talking prop bets

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Release Week News, New College Athlete Cards, and Mailbag

Plus, Mike and Jesse briefly discuss the NBA Finals before turning their attention to baseball and discussing current card pricing

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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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Pelicans EVP David Griffin on Zion’s Future and the Team’s Turnaround, Plus the Celtics Go Up 2-1 and Talking Finance With CNBC’s David Faber

Plus, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions

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The Warriors Can’t Beat the Celtics on Vibes Alone

Golden State has dug itself out of a 2-1 Finals hole before, but it’ll need more than just experience to overcome an opponent as formidable as Boston

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Boston Gets Revenge, Draymond Chants, and Utah Trades With Kevin O’Connor

Plus, a ‘Stranger Things’ review from Zoe Simmons

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The Celtics Are Large and Now in Charge

Boston didn’t need career shooting nights this time around. The Celtics played to their strengths, leveraging their size and physicality to take Game 3 and a 2-1 lead in the 2022 NBA Finals.

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NBA Finals Reactions and Shaedon Sharpe Projections

The guys discuss where the Canadian guard could end up in this year’s draft

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NBA Finals Ratings and ESPN’s Future in Sports Television

John Ourand from Sports Business Journal discusses the unexpectedly low ratings after the first two games of the NBA Finals as well as the future of sports in streaming

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Steph Curry Still Has Some Moves Up His Sleeve

The Warriors built their dynasty around Curry’s off-ball movement, but against the Celtics’ switching, swarming defense, Golden State has gone for a more direct approach

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NBA Finals Fact or Fiction, Plus Coaching Hot Stove

The guys also discuss Quin Snyder’s resignation

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How the Warriors Bounced Back in Game 2, Our Favorite Beatles, and a Head-Coaching Update

Plus, Verno and KOC discuss different ideas for how the Celtics can try to slow down Steph Curry in Game 3

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Why the NBA Season Already Has Been Shortened, Plus Finals Predictions and Harden’s Future With Sixers Forward Georges Niang

Georges also talks about being on the Jazz during the NBA’s COVID shutdown in March 2020, figuring out how to change his game to stay in the NBA, his experience with Joel Embiid as a teammate, and more

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Picks for Game 3 and a Family Play

JJ, Joe, and Raheem open by recapping Game 2 of the NBA Finals and look at the spread, series prices, and the best props for Game 3 before making a Same Game Parlay

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The Trade That Completed Derrick White—and Maybe the Celtics

It’s been a winding path, but Boston’s biggest Finals X factor has finally found a home. The Celtics’ midseason trade rounded out their roster with the ultimate glue guy.

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NBA Finals Audio Fun. Plus: Dieter Kurtenbach on Covering the Games.

Bryan and David highlight the broadcast styles of the NBA Finals

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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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Seven NBA Observations on the Jazz’s Drama, the NBA Finals, and More

Quin Snyder is out in Utah. Is Donovan Mitchell next? Plus, my thoughts on whether the Celtics have an ace up their sleeve, and some early trade rumors ahead of the draft and free agency.

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The Celtics Can’t Escape the Long Arm(s) of Draymond Green

Golden State’s defensive anchor made sure Boston felt his presence in Game 2, hounding the Celtics from the opening tip and setting up shop under their skin

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Do You Believe in Conspiracies?

Jason also discusses how the White Sox bounced back after a bad series against the Blue Jays, and the handful of Rays players who decided not to wear rainbow logo patches on their jerseys for Pride Night

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The Warriors Strike Back and Kyrie Destinations With Ryen Russillo

Bill and Russillo react to Golden State’s Game 2 victory before addressing the rumors of Phil Knight buying the Trail Blazers

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The Warriors Turn to a Winning Formula to Blow Out Boston in Game 2

Golden State poured it on the Celtics’ vaunted defense in the third quarter, leaving no chance at another comeback

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Best Props and Picks for Game 2

All that, plus a Same Game Parlay

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Analyzing Every Angle of Boston’s NBA Finals Game 1 Win

Will the Celtics’ magical fourth quarter carry over into Game 2 against the Warriors?

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The Warriors Can’t Just Shrug Off Their Game 1 Collapse

Draymond Green downplayed the Celtics’ dramatic comeback as hot shooting, but to fully address its problems, Golden State has to look hard at its defensive decisions long before the fourth quarter

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The Celtics Just Beat the Warriors at Their Own Game

As it turns out, Golden State isn’t the only team that can go small. Boston opened the floodgates in Game 1 by downsizing in the fourth quarter, leading to a staggering result and plenty of questions for the opposition.

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Breaking Down a Huge Celts Comeback. Plus: Adam Sandler on 30 Years of Comedies.

Bill sits down with Adam Sandler to discuss his new movie ‘Hustle,’ their favorite sports movies, ‘SNL’ in the early ‘90s, Adam’s first few films, playing pickup hoops, and more

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How Do You Respond After Getting Hit in the Mouth?

Plus, Impressions and talking White Sox baseball with Jason Benetti