Tue. Mar. 18: Bros

, on March 18, 2014 , 1:20PM


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On Tuesday’s live episode of the guys discuss Hot Tub Time Machine D-Will, a rested Russell Westbrook, the Nuggets vs. Blake Griffin, and a frustrated John Lucas III. All that, plus we talk to Bones about the Phil Jackson/Knicks press conference, mic’d up players, and playing against his brother Jon.




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NBA Happenings: March 18, 2014

, on March 18, 2014 , 9:30AM

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Shoutout: 35 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and zero turnovers in a win for Kevin Durant, who pretty much shredded the Bulls’ very good defense any way he wanted to. On the bright side, I guess that means somebody liked the Bulls’ Mr. Greensleeves jerseys.


Not so much: Jeff Green had more turnovers (six) than points (five) in the Celtics’ loss to the Mavericks, but the 76ers lost their 21st straight game, setting a franchise record for consecutive games lost, which is made all the more impressive when you consider they’re the same franchise that holds the record for fewest games won in an 82-game season. Your call on which is worst.


Beefers: Another contender for worst of the night could be the Jazz, who lost by 38 and then had their third string point guard freak out.



Best weird game-ender since Caron Butler, as far as I’m concerned. JLIII apologized on Twitter after the game, so it’s AG.