Welcome back to the NBA Desktop! This week, we break down the shocking reveal that Michael Jordan’s famous NBA Finals “Flu Game,” was actually a “Possibly Poisoned Pizza Game.” Spencer Dinwiddie has been busy recently, starting a GoFundMe for fans to raise bitcoin to determine his next team. Downtown Josh Brown joins the show to help make sense of Spencer’s thinking, as well as bitcoin in general. Then, we look at Danny Green’s and Enes Kanter’s new business ventures during the league’s suspension, and Jason delivers a long-overdue rant on Paul Pierce and the ’08 Celtics. Plus, Desktop Trivia with the host of Boom/Bust: HQ Trivia, The Ringer’s own Alyssa Bereznak!
‘NBA Desktop’: Michael Jordan’s Best Lies From ‘The Last Dance’
Plus, Jason delivers a long-overdue rant on Paul Pierce and the ’08 Celtics.
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