Friday, 22 June 2018 17:49

ESPN's Bobby Marks Assesses NBA Draft

Former Brooklyn Nets GM and ESPN Front Office Insider Bobby Marks joined the Sam and Brad Show to recap Thursday's NBA Draft.

 

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Friday, 22 June 2018 17:49

ESPN's Bobby Marks Assesses NBA Draft

Former Brooklyn Nets GM and ESPN Front Office Insider Bobby Marks joined the Sam and Brad Show to recap Thursday's NBA Draft.

 

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Fox Sports Ohio's Fred McLeod spoke with Brad Russell and Justin McKinney about the drafting of Collin Sexton at #8 for the NBA Draft.

 The Cavs are excited about their new prospect and look forward to seeing what he can do on the court.

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Thursday, 21 June 2018 17:28

Dan Dakich Discusses NBA Draft, Cavs

NCAA college basketball analyst for ESPN and host at 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis Dan Dakich spoke with Sam and Brad to talk NBA Draft this afternoon.

 

Coverage begins for the NBA draft  tonight at 7 p.m and the Cavaliers have the #8 pick obtained in the Kyrie Irving trade. 

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FS1's Chris Broussard joined the Sam and Brad Show Tuesday to talk about the NBA playoffs and how the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors could be on a collision course to meet in the NBA Finals for the third consecutive year.

 

Chris also discussed the ongoing isssue with one-and-done prospects in the NBA and what it means for the league as well as the players.

The conversation stems from the ESPN 30 for 30 on John Calipari and his players at the University of Kentucky entitled "One and Not Done."

For the full interview, click here.

 

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The Cavaliers are playing with a great deal of confidence, and heading into the biggest game of the year on Sunday, that could spell a championship for a city that's been longing for one the last 52 years.

ESPN Basketball Insider Chad Ford joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about LeBron's on-court and off-court leadership down this Finals stretch and how they are playing their best basketball at the right time.

"You're seeing just the perfect balance between scoring the ball and passing the ball," Ford said.  "Everyone is better when he is on the floor."

 

Chad says the Cavs are going to need a triple-double from LeBron if they're going to get that first ever NBA Championship,  but it all comes down to them just playing their game.

"If they play the same way Sunday, they did the last two games, they'll beat the Warriors," he said. "It all comes down to LeBron James." 

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