I recently appeared on three sports-radio programs from across the country to break down the NBA Playoffs and the upcoming NBA Draft.
The first interview from WCCO Sports Radio in Minnesota, entails a full Lakers' breakdown, specifically how Kobe Bryant simply cannot carry a team like the Kobe of old.
In my second interview, which took place on "The Gordon Monson Show" in Salt Lake City, we dished on several topics, including a complete game one breakdown of the Bulls-Heat, and what Erik Spoelstra needed to do in order to free up LeBron James and D-Wade. Fortunately, I was right and the Heat employed such a strategy in securing the Game 2 win.
Our last segment is with a new best friend of ours -- 1560 The Game in Houston -- Raheel Ramzanali and David Nuno. I broke down how and why OKC thwarted the Dallas offensive attack in Game 2 and what exactly happens next for the unhappy Russell Westbrook.
I also discussed Heat-Bulls and why the Bulls -- contrary to popular belief -- actually want Chris Bosh to score 30 points a game in this series.
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