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Tonight, 04/15/2015, marks the end of the NBA Season for several teams but the begining of championship hopes for 16 teams. Tonight we will review the NBA season and discuss questions such as:
- Will the number one seeds in each conference get out of the first round of the playoffs?
- Which non-playoff team will improve next season?
- Does playoff experience, as an individual or a team, really matter?
- Do the Atlanta Hawks have a legit shot at the NBA Title?
- What are your NBA playoff predictions?
- What disapponted you the most about this NBA season?
- What was the biggest suprise of this NBA season?
- How should the NBA MVP be chosen?
- Who, in your opinion, will be the 2014-15 NBA MVP?
How many of the 16 teams in the NBA Playoffs have a legitimate shot at the championship?
It is a fair question, and it was posed to me this morning on NBC Sports Radio by host Erik Kuselias on NBC Sports Radio. Just to give you a preview, I did not answer "Trail Blazers," "Pelicans" or "Celtics." But I did give an answer that reflects what an odd situation we have on our hands after the first two days of the NBA Playoffs.
Clearly, the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs are both championship worthy. And just as clearly, one of those teams is going to be watching the second round of the playoffs from their sofas. After two days of postseason basketball, it is not unfair to say that the only series worth your while is the one taking place between the Nos. 3 and 6 seeds in the West -- the two teams that finished the regular season with the strongest finishing kicks.
But which team in the other seven series has a legitimate shot to make these NBA playoffs a bit more interesting?
Give a listen and I'll provide you with an answer.
NBA All-Star weekend has concluded and I'll run through each of the events that made up the weekend. Team World defeated Team USA, 121-112. Patrick Beverley, of the Houston Rockets, took down Brandon Knight in the Skills Challenge. In the 3-point contest, to not many people's surprise, Stephen Curry shot his heart out and beat the competition. In the dunk contest, Zach LaVine beat Victor Oladipo in the finals. To wrap up the weekend, the Western Conference beat the Eastern Conference, 163-158.
I'll go through many of the weekend's performers and what their futures will look like for not only the rest of the 2014-15 NBA season, but for their respective careers.
We'll go over all the first round playoff matchups in the NBA and then review the first week of AAA baseball result
Brandon Pemberton and Anthony Green are back! The best combo of Sports Talk Radio and Hip Hop is now on Fantasy Sports Warehouse! We will be recapping the 2015 NFL Draft, the kids who went early, to late and undrafted. We'll discuss the Philadelphia Eagles first draft under Chip Kelly's full control as well. We'll recap the Floyd Mayweather Manny Pacquiao fight, the NBA Playoffs, Steph Curry winning the NBA and even mix in som Philles Baseball. Two hours of Sports talk radio and music in it's rawest form.
1- ESPN- Personality Brit Mchenry suspended for a wek for disrespectful comments to a worker after her car was towed. Was this right or is ESPN overreacting??
2- NHL- Hockey Playoff results.
3A- Terence Crawford beats Thomas Dulorme for the WBO Juinor Welterweight belt.
3B- Lucas Matthysse pounds Ruslan Provdnikov in a war!!
3C- Wladimir Klitschko vs. Bryant Jennings in the Garden Apr. 25,2015 preview.
4A- NY Yankees struggle early but are at .500
4B- NY Mets streaking but have several injuries to major pieces of their roster.
5A- Tim Tebow is signed by the Philadelphia Eagles. Why??
5B- Adrien Peterson is reinstated back into the NFL and the Minnesota Vikings. Our Thougths on the whole process.
5C- Aaron Hernandez convicted of murder.
6A- NBA 2015 1st round playoff review!!!