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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why the Boston Celtics’ blowout victory over Indiana in Game 2 actually has him feeling less optimistic about their chances of winning a championship, why it’s clear that the Pacers need to acquire another star player to fit alongside Tyrese Haliburton and Pascal Siakam, why The Ringer’s decision to place Anthony…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Dallas Mavericks’ impressive Game 1 win on the road over Minnesota, the matchup problems that Luka Doncic presents for the vaunted Timberwolves defense, why Anthony Edwards probably regrets talking tough before the series even started and our fearless leader might owe Kyrie Irving a big apology. Finally, J-Ma…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how the Indiana Pacers managed to blow Game 1 (not once but twice) against the Boston Celtics, whether or not Indiana is going to be able to regroup mentally after such a devastating loss, why all the Jayson Tatum haters need to fall back following his clutch performance in Game 1 and where Tatum ranks amongst th…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the media spin coming out of Los Angeles that LeBron James had nothing to do with Darvin Ham’s firing and isn’t involved at all in their current head coaching search, why he’s picking Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks to beat Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Western Conference Finals and w…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Denver Nuggets inexplicably blowing a 20-point second half lead in their Game 7 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, why all this newfound parity in the NBA is actually a bad thing, why the current Western Conference Finals runs by the Timberwolves and Luka Doncic’s Dallas Mavericks should be enough for Donova…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Minnesota Timberwolves’ blowout win over the Denver Nuggets in Game 6 and what – if any – drama we can expect in Game 7 on Sunday. Later, former NFL safety and NFL analyst Tank Williams swings to discuss what it was like playing against Peyton Manning and with Tom Brady, his transition from the playing field …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the uproar following the NFL’s decision to pivot away from terrestrial television and start the transition into streaming, why he wishes the Oklahoma City Thunder would look to surround Shai Gilgeous-Alexander with more high-level talent this offseason, all the speculation surrounding Donovan Mitchell, Evan Moble…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses whether or not Kirk Cousins is already regretting signing with the Atlanta Falcons this offseason, why Caitlin Clark’s uneven WNBA debut shouldn’t deter sports fans from buying stock in her ability to take the league to new heights during his pro career, what he liked – and didn’t like – about the New York Knicks…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Dallas Mavericks’ inexplicable second-half meltdown in Game 4 that allowed the Oklahoma City Thunder to even the series 2-2, why Luka Doncic’s uneven play (coupled with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s stellar play) in this postseason could ultimately be what does in the Mavs, the narrative that LeBron James was sen…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Denver Nuggets storming back from an 0-2 hole to even the series 2-2 after back-to-back road wins in Minnesota, why Karl-Anthony Towns’ no-show performances the last two games are indicative of a bigger problem within the Timberwolves roster, what the chances are that the severely banged up New York Knicks wi…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks bouncing back to win Game 2 in Oklahoma City, whether or not the Thunder have any tricks up their sleeve to retake home court as the series shifts to Dallas, why nobody is panicking – yet – about the Boston Celtics blowout loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, why Jayson Tatum’s co…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Jalen Brunson returning from an apparent foot injury to lead the New York Knicks to a 2-0 series lead over Indiana, how the Pacers dropped the ball by gluing TJ McConnell to the bench as the game started to slip away and whether or not the Knicks should explore breaking up the 'Nova Knicks' to pair another star p…
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On today’s episode, Jason how Luka Doncic’s lingering knee injury could be what keeps the Dallas Mavericks from advancing past Oklahoma City in the second round, the narrative that Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and the Thunder (and Anthony Edwards and the Minnesota Timberwolves) have ‘skipped steps’ on their path from plucky upstarts to legitimate champi…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why the Timberwolves’ demolition of the Nuggets to go up 2-0 heading back to Minnesota means that the series is already over for Denver, Minnesota’s overall dominance through the first two rounds of the postseason, whether or not Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets were ever really as good as their press clippings sugge…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how the Roast of Tom Brady on Netflix almost got him in trouble at home, why Donovan Mitchell’s performance through the first round of the NBA Playoffs should make him the top target for any team looking to trade for a superstar this offseason, whether or not the Orlando Magic should trade for someone like Trae Y…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses what makes this current postseason run by Jalen Brunson and the New York Knicks so special in the wake of their first round series win over Joel Embiid’s Philadelphia 76ers, whether the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns getting eliminated in the first round proves that the Super Team Era is officially dead and tak…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why he had a problem with the Deion Sanders taking shots at disgruntled former University of Colorado football players, how the egos of Deion and his son Shedeur could impact their respective NFL futures and why it’s clear that Russell Westbrook is hurting the Los Angeles Clippers more than he’s helping than agai…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how Tyrese Maxey may have etched his named alongside Reggie Miller as one of the biggest villains in New York Knicks history, why it’s clear that Joel Embiid just isn’t cut out to be The Guy on a championship-contending team, how an early round postseason flameout might impact Donovan Mitchell’s decision to reque…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Denver Nuggets’ series-clinching win over the Los Angeles Lakers, what makes Jamal Murray one of the greatest postseason players of all-time, where LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers go from here after yet another postseason flameout and which teams makes the most sense in any hypothetical trade for Kevi…
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On today’s episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick recap of the 2024 NFL Draft. Later, J-Mac discusses why he still believes that the Los Angeles Lakers have a chance to shock the world and beat the Denver Nuggets in the first round after falling behind 0-3 in the series, why Jalen Brunson has shown that he’s a far better #1 option for an NBA …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses a wild first round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Why did the Atlanta Falcons take Michael Penix Jr. at #8 when they just gave Kirk Cousins a big contract in free agency? What does the fact that six quarterbacks were taken in the first twelve picks (Penix, Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, Drake Maye, JJ McCarthy and Bo Ni…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why you have to be at least a little concerned about Boston's Game 2 loss to a severely shorthanded Miami Heat squad if you're a Celtics fan. Later, former New York Jets scout and author Daniel Kelly swings by to preview tonight's NFL Draft and tell us why he has a 4th round grade on presumptive top pick Caleb Wi…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why he’s more confident than ever in Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks being able to dispatch of Kawhi Leonard and the Los Angeles Clippers in round one, why the Phoenix Suns’ problems run much deeper than even their 0-2 series hole against the Minnesota Timberwolves and why the Milwaukee Bucks are going to ne…
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On today’s episode, Jason discuss the Los Angeles Lakers' heartbreaking Game 2 loss to the Denver Nuggets after going up by 20 points in the second half, how much blame LeBron James deserves for the Lakers' latest meltdown in Denver and why presumptive MVP Nikola Jokic might actually be underrated all-time. Later, J-Mac recaps a wild finish in New …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the opening weekend of the NBA Playoffs, namely how the teams who seemingly had the 'most to prove' all showed up in a big way (Los Angeles Clippers, Minnesota Timberwolves, Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks), if an early exit could force the Dallas Mavericks to break up the Kyrie Irving-Luka Doncic backcou…
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On today’s episode, Jason opens the show by previewing Friday night’s NBA Play-In games and Saturday’s slate of NBA Playoffs first round games from a wagering perspective. Later, former NFL scout Brentley Weissman swings by to share his thoughts on Brock Bowers’ NFL future, Drake Maye vs Jayden Daniels as the 2nd best quarterback prospect in the Dr…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Caitlin Clark being on the verge of a lucrative shoe deal with Nike and why he expects her popularity to grown even more as the face of the WNBA, Nic Batum’s out-of-body experience in the Philadelphia 76ers’ play-in victory over the Miami Heat, why Jimmy Butler’s knee injury could result in the Heat missing the p…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the Los Angeles Lakers’ play-in victory over the New Orleans Pelicans and whether or not LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the rest of the squad have what it takes to beat the Denver Nuggets in round one, how Zion Williamson’s hamstring injury might impact the Pels in their win-or-go-home game against the Sacrament…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the unveiling of the 2024 Team USA Men’s Basketball Olympic team headlined by LeBron James, Steph Curry and Kevin Durant, how the 2024 ‘Avengers’ squad would fare in a hypothetical series against the 1992 Dream Team featuring Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, who he’s picking to win tonight’s pla…
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On today’s episode, Jason drops his official predictions heading into the NBA Playoffs. Are we headed towards a Los Angeles Lakers vs Denver Nuggets rematch? Will the Phoenix Suns be able to live up to all their preseason hype? Given the way the bracket sets up, should the Dallas Mavericks actually be viewed as the favorites to come out of the West…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why it’s so hard to ‘separate the art from the artist’ when it comes to alleged murderer OJ Simpson, why it’s not hard at all to see how federal investigators determined that Shohei Ohtani was actually a victim in the illegal sports gambling ring involving his former interpreter and whether or not we should belie…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the latest reports indicating that federal investigators have determined that Shohei Ohtani had no involvement whatsoever in the illegal sports gambling ring that rocked the baseball world last month. Plus, The MMQB Senior NFL reporter Albert Breer swings by to discuss the league-wide perception around Caleb Will…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how the Los Angeles Lakers’ Tuesday night home loss to the Golden State Warriors sets up the very real possibility that LeBron James and the fellas will have to win two play-in games just to make the playoffs (2:09), why some Lakers fans are actually hoping that their team fizzles out down the stretch so they can…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses UConn’s masterful defensive strategy against Zach Edey and Purdue en route to winning their second consecutive national championship (2:40), the narrative that UConn has been the best college basketball program of the last 25 years (16:05), whether or not Huskies head coach Dan Hurley could be targeted to replace…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses South Carolina’s victory over Iowa in the NCAA Women’s National Championship Game and Caitlin Clark’s lasting impact on the sport of women's college basketball even despite the loss (8:38), why he has an issue with women like Diana Taurasi and Breanna Stewart who went out of their way to throw shade at Clark in t…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how a series of late-game blunders by North Carolina seniors RJ Davis and Jae’Lyn Withers ultimately led to the Tar Heels getting upset by Alabama (4:48), why it feels almost inevitable that UConn will repeat as national champions (19:09) and why Iowa State’s loss to Illinois hurt Jason quite a bit more than any …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why he's not a huge fan of the NFL's plan to takeover Christmas (2:13), how much pressure is on Kevin Durant and the Phoenix Suns to make the playoffs this season (10:41) and why he would advise Caitlin Clark not to take the $5 million from Ice Cube to join the Big 3 (21:21). Finally, J-Mac closes the show with h…
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On today’s episode, Jason kicks things off with a few quick thoughts on the Los Angeles Lakers’ thrilling road comeback win over the Milwaukee Bucks led by Austin Reaves and Anthony Davis (3:02). Later, FOX Sports college football reporter and author Bruce Feldman swings by to discuss JJ McCarthy’s meteoric rise up NFL Draft boards in the last mont…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the narrative that legalized sports gambling has become an epidemic in our society (2:10), the public response to Shohei Ohtani’s denial of any involvement whatsoever in his former attorney’s illegal gambling endeavors (4:16), why his first inclination is to believe that Ohtani is telling the truth (8:41), why he…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how the overall dominance of the top-2 seeds in each region of the NCAA Tournament has turned March Madness into ‘Chalk Madness’ (4:50), whether there’s even a single top-10 NBA Draft prospect left in the tournament (7:22), why LSU head women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey felt compelled to threaten litigation aga…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses how his big dollar Calcutta league is looking after Day One of the NCAA Tournament (2:41), why 3-seed Kentucky's upset loss to 14-seed Detroit could lead to him getting the axe as the Wildcats head coach (6:47), how the 4-seed Kansas Jayhawks were able to escape against 13-seed Samford thanks to an absolutely egr…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses Tom Izzo’s controversial comments insinuating that mid-major programs shouldn’t receive automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament (3:38), whether sports fans really want to see Cinderella stories in sports (9:29), who he’s picking to make the Final Four (14:32) and LeBron James’ very calculated reasoning for publicly…
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On today’s episode, Jason is joined by professional sports bettor and Clevanalytics founder Clevta for a lengthy NCAA Tournament preview. During the conversation, TA discusses why picking the eventual national champion isn’t as difficult as people might think (10:09), why it isn’t a smart bet to pick UConn to repeat as champs (14:15), why Purdue ap…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses the extremely underwhelming 'all-in' offseason thus far for the Dallas Cowboys and how Dak Prescott's looming contract extension factors in to all of it (2:52), the narrative that Kyrie Irving is the most 'skilled' player in NBA history (16:54) and how the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament committee dropped the …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why the Pittsburgh Steelers felt compelled to trade for Justin Fields just days after signing Russell Wilson in free agency (5:53). Later, Team Rankings' Jason Lisk swings by to discuss how his website handicaps the upcoming NCAA Tournament, including which teams are being undervalued, which are being overvalued,…
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On today’s episode, Jason kicks things off with a few quick thoughts on the biggest NFL headlines of the day, including Derrick Henry signing with the Baltimore Ravens and Aaron Rodgers potentially becoming Vice President of the United States of America (4:47). Later, ESPN college basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla swings by to discuss why it feels…
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On today’s episode, Jason recaps a wild Day 1 of the NFL Free Agency negotiation period. During the show, J-Mac discusses why the Minnesota Vikings decided not to match the contract offer Kirk Cousins received from the Atlanta Falcons (2:41), what the D’Andre Swift and Josh Jacobs contracts say about the state of the running back free agency market…
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses why he believes the acquisition of Russell Wilson isn’t the obvious win for the Pittsburgh Steelers that many think it is (2:10), how Mac Jones getting traded to Jacksonville and Baker Mayfield re-signing with Tampa Bay might impact the futures of Kirk Cousins and Justin Fields (15:08), the viral video series on …
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On today’s episode, Jason discusses his biggest takeaways from the Denver Nuggets win over the Boston Celtics in what many are calling an NBA Finals preview (5:30), how Karl-Anthony Towns’ knee injury impacts the Minnesota Timberwolves both in the short-term and the long-term (12:26) and his overall excitement level for the upcoming exhibition boxi…
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On today’s episode, Jason gets the party started by going off on Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers following their pitiful home loss to the Sacramento Kings (2:59). Later, The Athletic NBA writer Joe Vardon swings by to discuss the next foreign-born player that is looking to take over the NBA (13:16), the narrative that international players…
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