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On this week's episode we'll talk about the NBA Finals...Can the Warriors repeat...who should have won the MVP...David Blatt vs LeBron James...NBA Draft preview...and much more!
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After The Shawn Stewart Show is over, Join Shawn Stewart as he talks about Game 1 of the NBA Finals between The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.
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The best record in the NBA is now shared by the Memphis Grizzlies and the Golden State Warriors, thanks to Stephen Curry finally sinking a game-winning 3-pointer for the 'Dubs to give them a victory over the Orlando Magic last night.
At 15-2, the teams sit atop the Western Conference. Both were highly regarded coming into this season, but neither was expected to get off to a start this good. We will get to judge them against each other in a little more than two weeks when they lay each other for the first time.
So until then, we debate.
The Warriors have a 10-game winning streak and lead the NBA in point differential at 10.0 per game; while the Grizzlies are third in point differential at 8.1 and take a five-game winning streak into tonight's game against the Houston Rockets.
Golden State's two losses came back-to-back against the Phoenix Suns and the San Antonio Spurs back on Nov. 9 and Nov. 11. The Grizzlies two defeats came Nov. 8 at Milwaukee and Nov. 19 at Toronto.
The Grizzlies are 11-0 against the West, and I have Marc Gasol leading Stephen Curry in the latest edition of my weekly MVP rankings.
I talked about the Grizzlies, the Warriors, and the merits of Gasol vs. Curry in the MVP race in this interview with Gary Darby on "The Eric Hasseltine Show" on 92.9 ESPN Radio in Memphis. Enjoy.
Breaking down the 2015 NBA Finals.
Lebron James' Legacy
Steph Curry's season
NBA Finals MVP
How much did the los of Love and Irving hurt Cleveland?
Stephen Anderson returns and takes your calls to discuss the latest after the Spurs game against the Golden State Warriors.
If Andre Iguodala averages only 10 points next season, will his acquisition be a failure? Will Harrison Barnes embrace a Sixth Man role now that Iggy is aboard? And what type of a balancing act will coach Mark Jackson have to pull with the upgraded Golden State Warriors? Answers come from Chris Sheridan in this interview with Sean O'Connell and Matt Steinmetz on 95.7 The Game in San Francisco.
BSR Radio will be discussing Stanford's horrible loss in the Rose Bowl and what they could have done differently. We will also talk about the Golden State Warriors dominant play over the last couple of weeks. Lastly, we will talk about the Bay Area college basketball scene.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview former NBA First-Round Draft Pick: Adonal Foyle!
Adonal Foyle was selected in the first round (8th pick overall) of the 1997 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors. He is the Warriors' all-time leading shotblocker with 1,140 blocks. He is also the only player in Warriors history to have over 3,000 career rebounds and over 1,000 career blocked shots.
Adonal grew up in the tiny island of Canouan, where he was raised by his grandmother and pet donkey and relied on a kerosene lamp to light up his room while doing homework.
Although he has received a rare gift to live out his dream to become a professional basketball player, Adonal also knows that it's important to not forget where he came from and to give back to his community every which way he can.
During his 10 seasons with the Golden State Warriors, Adonal committed himself to community serve throughout the Bay Area. He's received various awards during that time, including the 1998 May of San Francisco's Sports Hero Award, the 1997 Athlete with a Heart award, given by the American Heart Association, as well as several NBA Community Service Award.
In 2006, Adonal also started the Kerosene Lamp Foundation. KLF, a non-profit 501c3 organization, helps empower children of the Eastern Caribbean as well as the United States and give them the right tools to navigate life's challenges such as illiteracy, sexually transmitted diseases and economic hardship.
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Jason Coldiron and George Purtell talk about the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings.
To close out the year 2013, Golden State Warriors' Assistant General Manager Kirk Lacob will call into the RidiculousUpside.com Podcast.
As the man with the plan down in Santa Cruz, Lacob will discuss the fan atmosphere, the team's successful season as of late, the forthcoming annual NBA D-League Showcase, and more.
The RU staff will also discuss some of the most pressing topics heading into the Showcase and talk listeners' calls as well.
On this edition of The Versus Podcast, Bonta and Eddie fight through adversity to bring the people another epsiode of greatness. We've finally made it to the NBA's conference finals, and the Bay Area residents brought in a native Houstonian to play devil's advocate. Houston Style magazine editor and Day & A Dream editor-in-chief Brandon Caldwell hops on to discuss whether his Houston Rockets have any chance in shocking the world against the Golden State Warriors. Plus, we talk about Dream, Onyx, Frenchy's, Drake in Houston and Swisha House Records. Let's make some fun history.