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June 28: The Asinine Coverup

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Trying to digest all the asininity of the past week or so would give any man a monster stomach ache. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo fight back potential ulsers for your listening pleasure.

Since you last heard from your favorite sports genius' the Miami Heat and Chicago Blackhawks have won another title, a draft took place that makes no damn sense, a marque franchise has throw its hands in the air and decided to scrap it all, the Lakers have began creepily attempting to lure Dwight Howard back, and oh yeah, a professional athlete was charged with murder. Excited? Well you should be. This is guaranteed to equal talk show gold. 

Aaron Hernandez has gone from All-Pro tight end and future of the New England Patriots to gangster buffoon in what seems like a blink of an eye. Now that he's been arrested, his bail has been denied, and he's in jail awaiting trial, how will this all play out? With so much circumstantial evidence and by all accounts the worst coverup imaginable, does Hernandez have a pray to ever see the light of day again? Keeping track of all the tentacles of this saga is impossible. 

Doc Rivers is now leading the Clippers, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are in Brooklyn, all while Ray Allen is soaking up his second ring. A funnier script to the end of the Boston Celtics as we knew them isn't possible. Was there a trade winner? 

"As The Dwight Howard Turns" soap opera has another chapter.  While he ponders where to sign, the Lakers have begun pathetically begging him to stay, including hanging a giant sign stating "STAY D12" outside their arena. Should Dwight consider an LA return?

Oddly on the back burner, will the futures of the Heat and Blackhawks see more championships?

All the asininity is cleaned up, as the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

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