The Nets’ first regular season game is in the books and the guys are ready to break it down! They answer some listener questions before diving into Kyrie’s pre-game speech, his historic 50-point debut, Caris LeVert’s role as the second fiddle, the Nets’ free throw and turnover issues and much more. Najee and Hunter then preview the Nets’ upcoming game vs. the Knicks and talk about why it might be a must-win.
Game 1 of the regular season is in the books… and it was a disaster. Buddy’s hot start. Back and forth game that left a lot to be desired. De’Arron’s foul trouble and its impact. This looked like the last game after a long road trip. The Suns defensive intensity really bothered the Kings in the 3rd quarter. Too many turnovers, not enough assists. Ricky Rubio’s impact. ISO ball. Disaster. In every sense of the word. What’s next?
Charlotte is a gold mine, New York might have something, and even the clunky Cavaliers tried to create some fantasy value on the first Big Wednesday. Dan Besbris gets you set for Thursday with a visit from Coach!
Michael (@Mike_Pelicans) and Nick (@FantasyLawGuy) break down the Pelicans’ season opener against the Toronto Raptors, providing detailed analysis on each player’s performance. The guys also discuss the rotation, reasons the team came up short, and how Zion Williamson’s knee injury impacts New Orleans going forward.
Dan Besbris uses the short Tuesday opener to teach listeners how to interpret games and box scores, and also takes a long look at which teams could have buried value on the first Big Wednesday of 2019-2020!
IT’S HERE!!!! The Sacramento Kings 2019-20 season gets underway tonight in Phoenix. James Ham of NBC Sports joins me for this final preview before regular season action begins. We discuss… Buddy’s deal and how he handled the negotiations. The likely hood Bogi is a King next year. Harry Giles health and fit in the rotation. Wenyen Gabriel. The Ken Catanella statue that belongs outside the Golden One Center. Expectations for Hams 10th season covering the Kings. Don’t forget we’re back tonight after the game.