Welcome back to the NBA Desktop! This week Jason is joined by Jamaal Bowman, the presumptive new representative for New York’s 16th District, to discuss his primary win, Enes Kanter backing his opponent Eliot Engel, his hopes for the Knicks’ future, and what he would hope to achieve in Congress. Then Jason checks in on the latest from the bubble, where players like Avery Bradley, Trevor Ariza, and Davis Bertans are choosing to sit out the remainder of the season, and J.R. Smith is a likely candidate to return to the league. Plus, Father’s Day LeBron, Spartan soldier Evan Fournier, and more!
‘NBA Desktop’: J.R. Smith on the Lakers?! Plus, Jamaal Bowman.
Plus, Father’s Day LeBron, Spartan soldier Evan Fournier, and more
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