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June 11: Can't Take The Heat

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Enjoying their air conditioning, Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo bring you another edition of the Howitzer and Buzz-saw Show. 

In perhaps the most asinine (every sense of the word) NBA Finals in history, is 2013 revenge likely for the Spurs? What has been the biggest issues for Miami? Can San Antonio keep winning without more production from their stars? Mike does what he does best, defend those no one else is defending. It's his public service. This week, LeBron James and Dwayne Wade are his clients. They've been getting criticism, but did maybe LeBron and Wade actually handle themselves well under unprofessional circumstances by reporter Bobby Ramos? 

Henrik Lundqvist reached his first career Stanley Cup Final. Unfortunately for him, he ran into an Los Angeles Kings buzz-saw. With a stranglehold on the series, does New York have any chance of a comeback? How can this Kings edition be compared to 2012's championship team? Where does the 2014 Los Angeles Hockey Club rank among the great squads of recent memory? 

MLB already has its asinine debate topic of the season. Gregory Polanco has reached the show! With it being more than just a cup of coffee (pun very much intended), should Polanco have been with the Pirates sooner? What are the conspiracy reasons as to why Pittsburgh waited to call up one of their prized possessions? 

Those never criticized. Those who are beloved. These are the people Mike can't stand. Despite past failures and a scandal, Phil Mickelson is often left alone by the media. Did Phil prepare us for another disappointing major performance with some arrogant comments? 

No matter the conditions, they never cramp. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time.... 

NBA Finals
Miami Heat
San Antonio Spurs
LeBron James
Tim Duncan
Bobby Ramos
Stanley Cup Finals
Los Angeles Kings
New York Rangers
Jonathan Quick
Henrik Lundqvist
Pittsburgh Pirates
Gregory Polanco
US Open
Phil Mickelson