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The playoffs are the season for breakout performers, eternal moments, and dreams turned into reality. Conversely, the playoffs are also the season for disappointment, eternal shame, and nightmares fueled by choke jobs to last a lifetime. A Buzz-saw tends to appreciate the latter.
Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo dive right into the NHL and NBA playoffs, with a focus, on not only the teams still vying for a championship, but also the teams that are left with that bitter taste all off-season.
Your favorite sports genius' are not alone on this installment, as they welcome Rich Miller of ESPN 970 Pittsburgh to the HBS ring. Rich coves the Penguins year round. And will give his insight on the Pittsburgh squad, dealing with soap opera like drama and pressure during their quest to sip from hockey's holy grail.
Are the Red Wings capable of knocking off the Blackhawks, in another battle of historic rivals? How will New York vs Boston look on the ice? And have the Los Angeles Kings switched into that 2012 playoff unbeatable swag?
As for those setting tee times on the golf course, the Toronto Maple Leafs are STILL one of sports darling cursed franchises (much to Mike's enjoyment), and Alexander Ovechkin wins the honor of asinine buffoon of the week.
Over on the NBA side of things, did the Grizzlies truly earn their first ever conference finals trip or was it aided by a depleted Thunder effort? Realistically, is there any possible way Miami doesn't repeat as champions? Can anyone but Carmelo score on the Knicks?
Tiger Tiger Woods ya'll. Tiger is the 2013 Players champion. What does this mean in his pursuit of majors? Sergio Garcia whined to make the TW celebration that much better too.
They never choke. They NEVER disappoint. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw always conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....
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