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Tensions are high and tempers are flaring lately all over the sports world. This is all right up Mike "the Buzz-saw" and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo's alley. With both the NBA and NHL in full on playoff mode, you better believe we are stock pilled with historic moments, controversy, and you guessed it, asininity.
Now in the second round, entertainment and action are at premium in the NBA. Are the Heat at all worried going to Chicago in a tied series? Ughhhh. And of course, should Derrick Rose return to try to upset the defending champs? The guys may groan and moan throughout this segment, but promise to get through it. Stephon Curry blasted 40 and 11, yet lost. Then in a full team effort the Golden State Warriors beat the spurs, to even their series. Who has the upper hand? Can Kevin Durant keep throwing the Thunder on his back, despite a continued depleted supporting cast? Oh and, it's Knicks - Pacers with Spike Lee in the stands and Reggie Miller on commentary. You can't ask for much better than that.
From the hardwood to the ice, NHL teams are fighting for the right to claim Lord Stanley's Cup. There's been much brutality. There's been much debate. Yup, it's just another gauntlet that is the Stanley Cup Playoffs. How much trouble are the stacked Penguins in against the never say die upstart Islanders? Want controversy, or as we say on the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show, a buzz-spiracy? This is the series loaded up with it. Does Sidney Crosby dive? Does Sidney Crosby whine? Is there a conscious effort by the league to lean towards 87 with calls? NBC "personality" and 500 goal scorer, Jeremy Roenick thinks so. Have the Kings been revitalized, are the Red Wings dead, and Montreal and Ottawa HATE each other.
Mike conquers curing voice strains with pineapple juice, much like the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....
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