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May 29: 'Bout That Billionaire Life

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Becoming a champion is never easy. In fact, it can even be quite asinine. When it comes to champions with an expertise in asininity, look no further than Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo. 

Donald Sterling may be out our lives. Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has won the bid for the Clippers. After offering $2 billion of straigh cash, all signs point to Ballmer becoming the new owner of Los Angeles' "other" NBA franchise. Are the Clippers really worth $2 billion? How will Donald Sterling's 30+ year tenure be remembered? 

On the hardwood, the Heat are toying with the Pacers. Has Indiana exposed Miami's vulnerability if LeBron is not effective? Mike tells us why the Pacers are now the least likable team in sports. San Antonio is taking care of OKC. What can be done to ever get the Spurs off their game? Despite a Pacer like disappointing roller coaster, why has Kevin Durant and the Thunder been void of criticism? If you ask the Buzz-saw (and we think you should), he'll explain this goes back years to an unfair treatment of LeBron James in comparison to LeBron James and past stars. 

We have one Stanley Cup finalist. The New York Rangers will play for the cup for the first time in 20 years. Do the Rangers have a legit shot at duplicating 1994, by winning Lord Stanley's Cup against either west power? How freakin' good are the Blackhawks and Kings? Which would be a better matchup for New York? It may very well all be on Henrik Lundqvist's shoulders. 

California Chrome could give us the first horse racing Triple Crown in 36 years. Will California Chrome do what hasn't been done since 1978? As usual, Mike's glass is half empty. George wants his hopes and dreams to come true. 

You know them as the Howitzer and Buzz-saw. You know they conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....