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July 5: Jigga What? Ball So Hard!

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Hide yo kids, hide yo wife, it's getting asinine up in here! Both the NHL and NBA off-seasons are in full swing, as some major player movement has already rocked the two sports. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo throw their GM hats on and explain how two sports genius' would tackle free agency. #ZachPariseWatch ended, after the American born forward decided to take his talents home, to Minnesota. He was also joined by Ryan Suter, who spurned several other prominent franchises to follow his BFF. Did these splash additions make the Wild a true contender? How did this effect the teams left out in the cold? Now that these dominoes have fallen, what else should we expect from the free agent and trade pool? From the ice to the grid-iron: the NBA has by no means been quiet as of late. Two-time league MVP, Steve Nash will be rocking purple and gold. The Lakers snatched up the stud PG from the rival Suns, hoping to make one last run at Kobe's 6th championship. While Kobe looks to advance hands with a 6th ring, Nash is still searching for his first. Have the Lakers become the new West favorite? Cross country, Brooklyn has stepped on the title picture dance floor with both feet. Deron Williams remains. Joe Johnson is aboard. Who will be the third member of Jay-Z's big 3? Dwight Howard?! Apparently Dwight only wants to play for Beyonce's husband. Will all others join Mike in his new found hatred for The Asinine Superman? Turns out the Buzz-saw was right again. One day George will learn smart money always follows Mike's cult. Before bowing up the program, the guys preview the 83rd MLB All-Star Game. Did the voters get it right? Do they ever?!

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