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The Jokic Case for MVP, Finals Pretenders or Contenders, and the Russ Drama in La La Land

KOC also shares why he believes the 3-seed is the real 1-seed in the East and the guys dive into what is going on with the Warriors

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Lakers Continuing to Fall, How Dinwiddie Got His Groove Back, and Whether the Celtics Should Be Considered Finals Sleepers

Verno and KOC also discuss Draymond Green’s importance to the Warriors and debate how far Trae Young can carry the Hawks this season

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The Ja Experience in Memphis, MLB’s Future, and Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin on Changing Sports Fans

Plus, how far could the Grizzlies go in the playoffs?

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Recapping Ja’s Epic Night and Debating How Good T-Wolves Are. Plus, the Lakers Still Have a Chance.

Plus, Verno and KOC give their thoughts on the new-look 76ers with James Harden

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DeMar the Cheat Code, Embiid Wanted Someone Else, and the Growing Questions in Portland

The All-Star break is over as the second half of the NBA season is underway!

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The James Harden Drama Continues, Getting Giddy About Giddey, and All-Star Game Predictions

Plus, Verno and KOC talk about the Celtics, who are on a quiet run and playing excellent defense

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Finding the Right Roles in Philly and Brooklyn, and Recapping the Trade Deadline

Plus, KOC still believes the Bucks are the safe pick to win it all

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Reacting to the CJ McCollum Trade and Wondering Whether James Harden Will Be Dealt

KOC and Verno discuss trade deadline news

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Questioning Middleton’s All-Star Selection, Congrats to Fred VanVleet, and Reggie’s “Skip-to-my-Lou” Game-Winner

Verno and KOC also discuss whether the Nets should chase a lower seed with Kyrie Irving playing only road games, last night’s Warriors win, and the Shaq–Ben Simmons feud

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The Real Mismatch Grizzlies-palooza With Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor

The crossover crew discuss all things Grizzlies, including Ja Morant’s ascension to superstardom and Jaren Jackson Jr.’s strong play this season