Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor question whether LeBron James’s comments about Dennis Smith Jr. are true (1:55) and analyze how potent the Milwaukee Bucks’ defense really is (8:30). Then, they dissect the winning ingredients that make up the Boston Celtics (14:25), consider the Detroit Pistons as a sustainably good team (22:55), highlight Anthony Davis’s dominant string of games for the New Orleans Pelicans (31:00), project how the Utah Jazz will adjust to losing Rudy Gobert (39:00), and diagnose the extent of the Los Angeles Clippers’ problems (42:00). Afterward, they look ahead to the college basketball prospects who may make an impact in the NBA (48:00).
LeBron Keeps Feuding, Celtics Keep Soaring, and Clippers Keep Falling
Plus: College basketball prospects who may make an impact in the NBA
Can Team USA overcome its interpersonal obstacles to regain the Cup? Will Europe’s experience and general affability prove too much? And what exactly is a "brass chest"? Answering those questions and more ahead of the 2020 Ryder Cup (in 2021).
Lamar Jackson cleared a massive hurdle on Sunday by finally beating Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. And that win wasn’t a fluke, but rather a showcase for an offense that’s been carefully constructed … around the run game.
Amber B and Bananas talk drama and break down the ‘Big Brother’ alliance
Jason reacts to Chicago football’s breaking news
Van and Charles discuss what’s next for the Disney+ series and answer listener questions