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April 27: Racism Overshadows Everything

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A race to a championship has been overshadowed by racism in society. Donald Sterling, the long tenured owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, took this to another level. A recording of Sterling in a racial tirade with his girlfriend surfaced, and the circus began. 

Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo usually relish in asininity, but no one can really wrap their heads around this drama. What can even be done when it's THE OWNER as the problem? Did the Clipper players silent protest make a significant statement? What does the future hold for this rising franchise? 

On the NBA playoff court, Indiana and Oklahoma City have struggled, despite extremely high expectations. Which favorite on upset alert is on a higher panic level? If the Pacers are eliminated, can anybody else in the East stop the Heat from another finals trip? How good are the Wizards? George and DC are getting all kinds of TURNT UP! Oh, and my God Portland. 

The Stanley's Cup Playoffs is almost one round deep. Can anybody beat the mighty Bruins? Is San Jose finally ready to run the table, or are they about to deliver another Sharks post-season failure? Who should garner most of the blame in Pittsburgh? Mike's answer is sacriligious to most. Will the Blackhawks gas eventually empty from a tank with many miles on it? 

Michael Pineda is a moron. That's really all that needs said about the Yankee pitcher putting pine tar on his neck on national televsion. 

The Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer racism and sports radio, one day, at a time....