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The College Ball Show is back to talk all things concerning the NBA Playoffs as we Breakdown the 1st Round! Chris and Marshall will Recap, Debate, & Predict each series in the NBA Playoffs all the way the the NBA Finals! San Antonio vs. LA Clippers looks to be the most competitive series thus far. Can the Golden State Warriors win the Title? Will Cleveland get out of the East?
After a hectic first day, the second day of the first round took place where more upsets seem to be a sure-thing. I'll recap what happened on Thursday and Friday before getting into what to look for on Saturday and Sunday.
To this point, each of the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds have advanced, but will they have an easy time in the next round? I'll break down each team's matchups over the next couple days and predict who should make the Sweet 16.
This week PWR SLAM! Attempts something that has only been done once before, but that was in a regional setting, tonight we attempt to go worldwide. The Promoters Round Table features promotions in the United States, Canada, & one promotion from the other side of the globe. The promotions represented are Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling out of East Carondelet Illinois, Pinfall Wrestling Association out of Springfield Illinois, NWA Smoky Mountain out of Tennessee, Deathproof Fight Club out of Toronto, Ontario Canada, SMASH Wrestling also out of Toronto Ontario Canada, Swiss Power Wrestling out of Switzerland, Ocean County Championship Wrestling out of New Jersey, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling League out of North Carolina, United Independent Wrestling Affiliates own Suquamish Championship Wrestling out of Washington, FIST Combat out of Santa Cruz Califorina, Allied Independent Wrestling Federation's own Dublin Sports Entertainment out of Dublin Georgia, Central Allstar Wrestling, & the lines are open to other promoters that would like to express their views and opinions. While Sean, Steve and Katie will be present, this is a time for them to exchange ideas and teach new and would be promoters so their participation will probably be limited. The listener lines will be open via skype or via phone at (347)-826-9418 at certain times to ask questions so make sure you’re listening for when we open them so you can get your questions answered. ***ALL CALLERS SUBJECT TO SCREENING & TIME RESTRICTIONS*** We also invite all of our listeners to join in on the live chat discussion during the live show by joining Blog Talk (FREE of charge). Our TWO Year Anniversary is right around the corner will we have more names to announce for next week’s TWO NIGHT Anniversary Celebration? Tune in to find out! Also don’t forget to follow us on our social medias: @PWRSLAM on Twitter or find us on Facebook www.facebook.com/pwroundtable
Round Ball / September 30th
Ryan Van Hofwegen and Jerry Chiles discuss NBA and College Basketball at 9pm ET/6pm PT
* NCAA bans SMU from 2016 postseason and suspends Larry Brown 9 games
* Teams that can be in the Top 10
* Best and worst non-conference schedules in 2015/2016 season
* San Diego State refutes investigation allegation
* Top college defenses
* Top college offenses
* Dennis Smith chooses NC State
* Kansas: Another Big 12 Title
* Mike Dunleavy to miss 8 to 10 weeks
* Metta World Peace signs with Lakers
* Kevin Durant cleared to play
* Anthony Bennett signs with Raptors
* 76ers waive Gerald Wallace
* Cavs / Tristan Thompson fail to reach agreement
* Derrick Rose to undergo surgery
2015 NFL draft-1st round
OT Brandon Scherff goes #5 to the 'Skins
WR Amari Cooper goes #4 to the Raiders
QB Jameis Wiinston goes #1 to Buccaneers
QB Mario Mariota goes #2 to Titans
DE/OLB Dante Fowler Jr. goes #3 to Jaguars
RB Todd Gurley goes #10 to the Rams
From the U, Ereck Flowers #9 (Giants) and Philip Dorsett #27 (Colts)
Watch OT Jake Fisher, WR Jaelen Strong, etc.
2015 NBA playoffs
Clippers reach deep, beat Spurs 102-96 in San Antonio. Game 7 in L.A.
Hawks beat Bucks 120-66 at Milwaukee.
Two best teams in the East playing in the conference semis?
From round 1, there were boos coming from the crowd. Cunningham looked solid, but as usual he had no pop behind his punches, while Tarver had more power, especially in his left, but his punches were slower and seemed to be telegraphed.
Lucian Bute returned to action after a 19-month layoff and a record of 1-2 in his three previous outings. Bute took on Andrea Di Luisa in the main event of a PBC card on NBCSN in front of a very pro-Bute crowd in his adopted home of Canada at the Bell Centre in Montreal.
Earlier tonight on Unimas’ Solo Boxeo we got to see Jerry Belmontes back in action for the first time since losing to Dierry Jean not long ago in June. This time, he took on tough New Jersey native, Jason Sosa.
Jason Sosa has been on an extended comeback trail since taking his only career loss back in 2010 against Treysean Wiggins. Aside from two majority decision draws and a majority decision win, the Puerto Rican fighter out of Camden, New Jersey has had 11 consecutive stoppages. Now, Sosa adds another fighter on the long list of fighters to his resume, as he cracked his most known opponent to date, Jerry Belmontes in just 1 round. Giving Belmontes his only career stoppage in 27 fights.
Bute started off with the jab, moving it up and down, but mostly up. He looked a little awkward in the first round. I’m not sure if it was ring rust on Bute’s behalf or my own lack of familiarity with the fighter who resides in Canada because I haven’t seen him fight since he lost to Jean Pascal in January of last year, not to mention he’s only competed 3 times in as many years coming into tonight’s fight.
Eleider Alvarez got all he could handle against Isidro Prieto in their 12 round light heavyweight co-feature on the undercard of Lucian Bute’s headliner on PBC on NBCSN. The pair of undefeated fighters squared off at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where Alvarez now resides.
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Mondays at 4 pm PST/ 7 pm EST join Steve Kim and Gabriel Montoya for The Next Round on the LeaveItIntheRingradio.com Network.
This week, Steve and Gabriel look ahead to the welterweight showdown on HBO between Lucas Matthysse and Viktor Postol and the junior welter Showtime fight Adrien Broner vs Khabib Allakhverdiev fight.
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