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Interview with Mike Breen on NBA Finals

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ESPN's Mike Breen was kind enough to give us a few minutes of his time to break down the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat.

Jacob Noble got to pick Mike's brain and take his opinions on the games.  Mike has been working in broadcasting since his graduation at Fordham in 1983.  This is his 19th season in the NBA and this will be his 8th year covering the NBA Finals.  Mike Breen's first Finals appearance was in 2006.

Since Mike has called the Finals for Lebron in Cleveland, the last Spurs title and the past three Miami Heat Finals appearances, I felt he was a great person to discuss the up coming match ups.

 

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They discussed the legacy of Tim Duncan, the most underrated point guard in the game (Tony Parker), what makes this Spurs team different, how to appreciate Lebron James, what Chris Bosh has to do and the importance of Dwyane Wade's knee in the Finals.  Tune in below for the youtube video of the interview.

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