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When Will the Thunder Start to Roll?

Chris and Tyler Parker also discuss their takes on the first two games of the Celtics-Heat series and Jimmy Butler’s relationship with Erik Spoelstra

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Is Embiid Tired of the Process?

Chris and Seerat discuss Joel Embiid’s playoff history, his connection with the Philadelphia fanbase, and speculate on his NBA future

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What Makes a Playoff Series Great? 

Chris and Seerat delve into the Mavericks-Suns series with a focus on Luka Doncic and what Dallas can do to possibly turn the series around

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Second-Round Playoffs Preview

Chris and Seerat discuss Sixers-Heat, Suns-Mavericks, and Celtics-Bucks, then speculate on who will come out of the Wolves-Grizzlies Round 1 series

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Game 3 Reactions With Rob Mahoney

Seerat is joined by Rob Mahoney to discuss some of the exciting first-round NBA playoff action, starting with Grizzlies-Timberwolves

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This Is NBA Playoffs ‘Jeopardy’

Chris and Seerat also discuss the MVP race, Doc Rivers, Paul George, and more

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Can the Grizzlies Change Team-Building?

Chris and Seerat analyze how Memphis’s winning ways can inspire other teams and how smart drafting and trades helped it become such a potent team

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The Mental State of the Modern Superstar With Logan Murdock

Seerat and Logan Murdock analyze how NBA superstars like Kevin Durant and Steph Curry navigate criticism and media accessibility

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How Dr. J Bridged the ’70s to the Modern NBA With Jackie MacMullan

Plus, Chris and Seerat share their reactions to the fight between Erik Spoelstra and Jimmy Butler during the Heat’s loss to the Warriors

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Will Playoff Small Ball Neutralize the Big Man Boom?

Chris and Seerat talk about the St. Peter’s win, Jokic and Embiid, and the viability of the center position in the NBA playoffs

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Instant Reactions to Nets-Sixers

Chris and Seerat share their analysis of the Nets’ blowout win over the 76ers on Thursday night

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What Does the League Look Like Without a Best Player?

Chris and Seerat revisit the recent matchups between the Hawks and the Bulls as well as James Harden’s first games with the Sixers

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Ryan and Musa From ‘Stadio’ on Shortened Seasons, Relegation, and Elam Endings

Chris is joined by Ryan and Musa to discuss what elements of international football could and should be indoctrinated within professional basketball

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Will the NBA Championship Be Won By the Team With the Most Continuity?

Chris and Seerat talk about the false potential set for teams after the trade deadline, strengths and weaknesses of Eastern Conference teams, and Western Conference contenders

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Is This the Twilight of the Superteam?

Chris and Seerat are joined by Justin Verrier to discuss the viability of teams with a ‘Big Three’ (17:00) and the effect the player empowerment era is having on the league and fandom

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Are They on the Right Team?

Chris and Seerat go through all 30 franchises to discuss real and hypothetical roster moves

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An NBA Venting Session

Chris and Seerat try to find solutions to some of the issues they are having with the NBA at this point of the season

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Would You Be Shocked If … ? (Second Half of the Season Predictions)

Chris and Seerat also discuss the MVP race and where some of the superstars should rank in the conversation

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How Far Can the Grizzlies Go? And What Now for the Hawks?

Chris and Seerat discuss the pitfalls and advantages for the NBA’s younger teams

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What NBA Player Needs a Ring the Most?

Chris and Seerat also share their reactions to Dirk Nowitzki’s number retirement ceremony and reflect on his career and impact on the NBA

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Did the Process Really Lead the Sixers to … This?

Ben Detrick joins Chris and Seerat to talk about the state of the Philadelphia 76ers and Ben’s new book, ‘The Joy of Basketball’

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Breaking Down the Gang of .500

Chris and Seerat examine the season’s most average teams and discuss which has the best chance of bucking the status quo and breaking out of the .500 gang

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Is Warriors-Suns the NBA’s Best New Rivalry?

Chris and Seerat discuss the exciting Suns-Warriors game on Tuesday night and preview the future of the rivalry

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Is Age Just a Number?

Chris and Seerat discuss how the best teams in the league are getting a lot of help from older veterans

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The Cardiac Lakers, the Church of Scottie Barnes, and More Early Season Story Lines We Love

Plus, Chris and Seerat start their NBA affirmations by discussing the new rule changes and how they are affecting refereeing around the league

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What if Every Team Had Its Own Marcus Smart?

Chris and Seerat also discuss Dame’s meeting with LeBron and AD, and the racism and misogyny within the Suns organization

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What Is an NBA Superstar’s Olympic Responsibility?

The Athletic’s Jovan Buha discusses his feature on Nikola Jokic’s reception in his Serbia after choosing not to play in the Olympics

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The Return of the Culture Warriors?

Logan Murdock joins Chris and Seerat to discuss the return of the Warriors, including Steph’s scoring outburst and Draymond Green’s role on the team

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What Will Happen With Ben Simmons? Plus More Questions About the NBA Season

Chris Ryan and Seerat Sohi preview the biggest story lines of the season, including Russell Westbrook’s fit in L.A. and the Kyrie Irving drama

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What Makes a Mid-market Team Desirable?

Chris and Seerat discuss how mid-market teams make themselves appealing to star players

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Best Case/Worst Case: Lakers, Nets, Bucks, and Suns

Rob Mahoney fills in for Chris, joining Seerat to run through some of the best- and worst-case scenarios for four of the NBA’s projected top teams

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What Makes a Team Dysfunctional?

Chris and Seerat talk about how the 76ers handled media day in regard to Ben Simmons