Podcast Shanks – Mavs Season In Memorium

It was a polarizing season for the Dallas Mavericks. From beginning the year with one of the worst starting lineups in the league to cultivating a surprisingly talented, young roster, the Mavs appear to have a bright future despite posting their first losing season in 16 seasons. In this episode of Podcast Shanks, Darreck Kirby and Brennan Scala take a look at the highs, the lows, and everything in between from this past Mavs season. [Read more…]

2015 NBA Finals Preview

By Joe Hines
PSDC Staff &Chicago Guru

Thursday night marks the beginning of this season’s NBA Final, the clash of LeBron James and his Cavaliers from Cleveland vs. the Splash Brothers of the Golden State Warriors, Steph Curry and the hopefully not concussed Klay Thompson shooting basketballs from here to San Francisco. Here are a few of the things I’ll be watching as the series unfolds.

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The A-list, compelling storyline is of course LeBron and his opposite superstar, Curry. Their matchups on the floor during the series will be rare since Curry just darts all over the floor flinging threes, and James is more a hulking behemoth manchild. Steph will certainly not cover LeBron, and the only way LeBron covers Curry is if the game is on the line, if the SERIES is on the line, and the 6’7″, 275 pound hulk drapes Curry forcing him to either turn the ball over or pass off to one of his minions. Maybe he can get the ball to Golden State head coach Steve Kerr, who is the all-time NBA leader in 3-point percentage. Curry has a pretty good running mate though, Klay Thompson scored about 40 points in a quarter this season, time will tell how the Splash Brothers react to the pressure of the Finals. Kerr only has 5 rings, so he might be able to offer a word of advice to his troops about expectations and pressure. Cavs coach LeB…, I mean David Blatt won championships in Russia. Coaching edge: Golden State. [Read more…]

Golden St. Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs Game 1 Twitter Recap

By Robbie Marbury
PSDC Big Man 

I don’t want to ruin this recap so I will keep it short; Steph Curry tried to break Twitter during this game. That boy can flat out score.

Twitter Recap of Nuggets/Warriors Game 6

By Robbie Marbury
PSDC Big Man

So, who stayed up late to watch the end of Nuggets/Warriors?  Yeah, me neither.  But luckily we have Twitter to let us know what happened.

Just like the Bulls vs Nets game, this game featured major injury news beforehand, except this time it was good new: David Lee was going to play after tearing his hip flexor in Game 1.

 

 

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