Podcast by Rotoworld Basketball
What's up with the Warriors? Mike Gallagher goes over the last two games in the Western Conference. He takes a look at a lot of stats to help uncover where the Dubs are going wrong.
Mike Gallagher and Jonas Nader talk playoffs, DFS, take your questions and a lot more.
We tackle perhaps the most important subject of all: Is a hot dog a sandwich?
No DFS talk for this pod, but we go really in depth on the Warriors-Thunder matchup with Warriors expert Sam Esfandiari. If you like Xs and Os, trends, matchups, and stats, this pod is for you.
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Ethan Norof and Mike Gallagher focus on tonight's must-see game with plenty of other NBA talk.
Steve Alexander and Mike Gallagher talk about Game 7 and take a look at what the Warriors need to do against the Cavs. The Thunder have a big offseason, so we'll cover that side of things, as well. We also answer a few questions at the end.
There's hasn't been too much news on the wire in the NBA world. Just about every player will be opting out and likely won't be burned a la J.R. Smith.
A couple new coaches have some scheme changes on the horizon, so we'll go over that stuff as well. Plus, a few players have a couple big changes headed their way.
Ryan wasn't around for Monday's pod, so he'll throw his thoughts out there on what the Cavs have to do. We'll have an update on Kevin Love (concussion) in this edition as well.
Lastly, we are switching over to AudioBoom. If you have Soundcloud, that medium will be going away soon. If you have any questions, hit me up @MikeSGallagher. Thanks!
Jonas Nader and Mike Gallagher go over a surprising Game 3 with analysis of each player and more. Plus, some talk of Jeff Teague, Jordan Clarkson, the NBA Draft and more.
The Warriors are one win away from back-to-back NBA titles. They have already set the record for most combined wins in the regular season and playoffs, so their season will go down as one of the greatest of all time.
Late in the game, Draymond Green hit LeBron James below the belt, so that will be something to watch heading into Game 5.
We also talk about the Olympics and the Andrew Bynum cameo at Friday's game.
The Warriors had Draymond Green in all but one of their games this year. They went with Jason Thompson as the starter for Green in that loss against the Nuggets, so obvioulsy things will be different. Heck, Thompson isn't even on the Warriors anymore.
We talk about who the Warriors could start, who has to step up the most, and what the Cavs have to do to take advantage of Draymond not out there.
We'll also hit on the news from over the weekend.
Well, the Warriors missed Draymond Green quite a bit. We talk about how important he is to both ends and what didn't work at the center spot (COUGH Harry B COUGH).
We also talk about how awesome Kyrie Irving and LeBron James were on Monday. Can they sustain that output? Also, where is Kevin Love?
We also saw a decent amount of news on Monday, so we tackle that at the end of the pod today.