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From homecomings to unbeaten and disappointing starts, Bryan and Steve react to the opening week's good and bad in the NBA.
LeBron returns to Cleveland and Cavs are trying to establish their identity, but can the public and media wait that long... How surprised should we be that the best teams in the Western Conference are Houston, Memphis and Golden State... Will a real contender in the Eastern Conference standup.. Which rookie seems most like the Rookie of the Year.
The college basketball preview will look at the top impact newcomers and transfers for the upcoming season, and discuss how the current climate of the Indiana University basketball program could affect the future of its head coach, Tom Crean.
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Let's talk some sports from LLWS with two girls and Pierce Jones taking the spotlight. The NFL Preseason is heating up and KC WR Dwayne Bowe is suspended plus Bortles and Manziel look to earn starting jobs. Next we will talk Team USA Basketball as Cousins is slightly injured and the team is finding its identity. Then we will look at the NBA schedule and marquee matchups. We finish strong with MLB as they announce a new commishioner and what that means, plus the close playoff races. Please join us. Call in at 718-664-9098. @RaeAndTayToday www.RaeAndTayToday.com
Rami Al Sayegh recaps an eventful Christmas Day in the NBA!
Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat held their own against the Cleveland Cavaliers, handing King James a 101-91 loss in his highly-anticipated return to South Beach.
John Wall dazzled in a matinee affair at Madison Square Garden, tallying 24 points, 11 assists, and six rebounds, as the Washington Wizards defeated the New York Knicks, 102-91.
Behind Russell Westbrook's 34 points and 11 assists, the Oklahoma City Thunder earned a hard-fought road victory over the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs.
Derrick Rose poured in 20 points to go along with six assists and two rebounds as the Chicago Bulls defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 113-93.
Despite shooting just 39 per cent from the field, the Los Angeles Clippers handed the Golden State Warriors their second consecutive loss. Jamal Crawford led the way offensively for the Clippers, recording a game-high 24 points on 8-for-18 shooting.
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