Co-host Baden Bagley and I chop it up about the start of the NBA’s regular season. We discuss the tragic events in New York and how sports role within it may play. We also talk about the Heat/Celtics rivalry and how the “Jerk” act is wearing a little thin. (773) 897-6129 is the number to call in and join the conversation.
Adam Cubbage and Baden Bagley discussed the top-5 NBA rivalries of the upcoming season. Join the conversation! (773) 897-6129
It’s too easy to look at the Miami Heat, who suffered a 105-94 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder in game one, and figure out a way to blame Lebron James. Continue reading “NBA Finals 2012: Miami Heat Have An Issue, And Lebron James Isn’t (Completely) To Blame”
It’s always refreshing in sports to see quiet dominance. Continue reading “As The San Antonio Spurs March On, We Are Reminded That Quiet Dominance In Sports Should Be Embraced”
I’m gonna put this in the nicest way possible. The Los Angeles Lakers aren’t close to anyone within their conference that matters. Continue reading “Los Angeles Lakers Need To Consider A Few Things This Offseason”
Russell Westbrook though
One of the top three point men in the league. Russel Westbrook is so good/quick in the lane.
Russell Westbrook shows what has been missing while the NBA was locked out.