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The Bulls Are the NBA’s Most Depressing Team

Chicago has backed itself into an unenviable corner and possibly the worst situation in the entire league. Changes could be coming soon.

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The Hawks May Have Found the Right Balance

Dejounte Murray’s addition has solved many of the problems that plagued Atlanta last season, but has it also made John Collins, a catalyst for the 2021 Eastern Conference finals run, expendable?

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A Sort-of-Healthy Kawhi Won’t Solve All of the Clippers’ Problems

Leonard is back on the court again … for the most part. But the Clippers still have more to sort out to get back near the top of the title hunt.

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Seven NBA Observations About Giannis’s Shooting, Myles Turner’s Stock, and More

How much do the Bucks star’s struggles actually matter? Can the Pacers afford to trade their starting center when he’s playing so well? And dare we believe in New Russ?

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Victor Wembanyama Is Something That We Cannot Comprehend

J. Kyle Mann gives some basic explanations about what has scouts so over-the-moon excited about Wembanyama’s future

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A Way-Too-Early 2022 NBA Redraft

What would the 2022 NBA draft look like if teams could get a redo? With the first quarter of the season in the books, we examine which rookies would rise up or slide down the board.

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Mike White and the Bears Defense Put Me in the Hospital

Jason also discusses the departure of Jose Abreu. Then, the Chicago Sun-Times’s Joe Cowley joins the show to discuss the leaked news of Billy Donovan’s contract extension.

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The Way-Too-Early 2022 NBA Redraft

KOC and J. Kyle Mann redraft the lottery portion of the 2022 NBA draft

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Title Contender Tiers, Plus the First Suggestion Box

Justin, Rob, and Wos reveal their tiers of teams they believe have a shot at the NBA title

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The BS NBA Power Poll, USMNT Survives, and 2022 NFL Gambling Lessons

Bill also discusses Christian Pulisic’s injury and USA’s upcoming match with the Netherlands

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The Bigger They Are … the Harder the Fit

While teams across the league shrink their rosters, the Timberwolves made one of the biggest bets on size in recent history by pairing two All-Star centers. How will Minnesota fit Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert in the same frontcourt? The answer lies in the small stuff.

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Daniel Jones Looks Ahead to the Commanders

Plus, CP on the state of the Knicks and RJ Barrett’s current slump

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The Evolution of Kevin Huerter, the Orlando Magic, and Luka Doncic’s Post Game With Ben Taylor

Plus, talking Nikola Jokic’s overall basketball mastery

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Can the Pats Fix Their Josh Allen Problem?

Plus, Brian Robb on the red-hot Celtics and whether this team can win more games than the ’08 championship team

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NBA Quarter-Mark Check-In, Plus Reacting to a Wild Night of Games

KOC also mentions that Tim Connelly could have other moves in mind to fix the struggling T-Wolves

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Who Will Take the AFC North? Plus, Sunday NFL Picks and Best Bets

Also, the guys look at the Lakers’ upcoming schedule

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Bol Bol Was Worth the Hype—and the Wait

It’s taken four years and a change of scenery, but the 7-foot-2 Bol is now living up to his tremendous potential in Orlando. Best of all? He’s just scratching the surface.

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Warriors, Heat, and Grizzlies Vibe Checks. Plus: The Failed Timberwolves Experiment.

Logan and Raja also discuss the Hawks and the current state of trash talking

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Are the Pats on the Treadmill of Mediocrity? Plus, Doug Kyed on the Stretch Run of the NFL Season.

Plus, Brian reacts to the Celtics’ comfortable win over the Wizards and where this team ranks among recent memorable Celtics teams

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The Nike LeBron 20 Continues to Impress

Plus, Wos breaks down fits from Serge Ibaka, Darius Bazley, John Wall, and Kevin Durant

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Kings Beam Team Lessons and Arkansas-Creighton Takeaways

Plus, breaking down the Emoni Bates debate and diving into this week’s Victor Wembanyama update

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NBA Potluck: One Player, One Team, One Take

The guys talk Ben Simmons, Anthony Davis, and what to make of the Sacramento Kings

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Are the Nets and Warriors Still Contenders, With Richard Jefferson. Plus CFB Top 12, and Tales From the Couch.

Plus, Ryen and Richard talk about Ben Simmons going back to Philly, Patrick Beverley’s shove on Deandre Ayton, Richard’s tussle with teammate Kenyon Martin, and more

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Shoulder-gate, and Are the Bears Running Fields Too Damn Much?

Plus, talking the Bulls’ win over the Celtics and Ben Simmons’s return to Philadelphia

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Daniel Jones on His First Thanksgiving Game

Plus, talking Zach Wilson’s future in New York, and MLB free agency odds with Jeff Passan

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Sixers Spoil Ben Simmons’s Return to Philly

Chris and Raheem discuss Philly’s win, and what the team’s identity should be moving forward

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The NBA’s Wild Wild West With Haralabos Voulgaris

Bill discusses why teams like the Lakers, Warriors, and Kings might make in-season trades

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Is John Wall Aging Gracefully?

Plus, Kyle and Seerat discuss Jordan Clarkson’s performance for the Utah Jazz

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Vikings Radio Announcer Pete Bercich on the Pats-Vikings Thanksgiving Game

Plus, the Celtics’ weaknesses got exposed in Chicago

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Ten Things We Are Thankful for This NBA Season

Some of the things the guys are thankful for is Russell Westbrook accepting his bench role, the Spurs’ tasteful tanking, the ‘NBA on TNT’ crew, and Kevin Durant

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Gabrielle Union on ‘The Inspection’ and Empowering Your Children

Also, Van and Rachel discuss Kyrie Irving’s return to the Brooklyn Nets and Black Hebrew Israelites showing up in support, before reacting to the tragedy at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs

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Q&A: Shaq on His NBA Beginnings, His Legacy, and Why He’s So Critical of Today’s Players

Ahead of his new docuseries, the Big Film Subject reflects on his journey from an oft-criticized star player to the guy doing the criticizing of players

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The Pettiness of NBA Players, What Tanking Looks Like in Today’s League, and a Quick Rant About the Unreliable Nature of Socks

Plus, Logan and Raja discuss whether Anthony Davis’s play will be sustainable when LeBron returns to the lineup

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Can the Nets Overcome … Themselves?

If Brooklyn can get out of its own way—and that’s a Barclays Center–sized if—it has a chance to be a pretty good basketball team. But neither KD nor Kyrie is the team’s biggest on-court variable.

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What’s Worse Than Missing Opportunities?

‘The Full Go’ returns as Jason shows his age before discussing the Bears’ loss to the Falcons

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We Are Watching Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Make the Leap

The guard is making the Oklahoma City Thunder into improbable appointment viewing