Some fans still didn’t learn anything 24 hours after Deki’s tribute
I was gonna write a thing about how Steve Kerr (with buy-in over the years from Stephen Curry and Draymond Green and — oh btw at the time — Luke Walton, plus Mike Brown) has never called timeout in that type of situation.
But I’m exhausted. By the Sith Lord force lightning. By the whining of fans on social media. So I’ll write about it later, maybe do a video for YouTube. Gonna just try to turn the energy around, as we’ve got another game tonight. Please join us, if you’re not a complainer:
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So anyways, I literally have video evidence of Kerr and Walton in 2016 deciding not to call timeouts on live-ball rebounds with one possession left. But it’ll fall on a lot of deaf ears, so I feel the existentialism of such an effort.
It’s pretty sad considering that the toxicity on the last-second loss and return to addictive behaviors of a certain sect of Warriors fans putting complete blame on Steve occurred literally 27 hours after the culmination of Dejan “Deki” Milojevic’s Chase Center tribute. It’s disappointing that I see younger members of the media not get it, either. Nobody really stepped up on the veteran reporting side either, as I think they just forgot — I mean, I’m the guy who can do a search on my own YouTube channel using the keyword “timeout”; they don’t have that resource. And Kerr and Curry were their usual too-honest-for-their-own-good selves on the podium. Sigh…
I’m not gonna talk about it on this post anymore as I’ve got that promised meeting with Brandin Podziemski’s trainer coming up as I type this, and yeah, just don’t know if it’s really helpful to try and teach outraged people basic coaching logic — not a single coach I’ve talked to at the amateur or college level has told me they wouldn’t have called timeout right after the second missed free throw. As I said, I’ll figure out how to deal with it soon and post accordingly.
Just know that how you react to, “Ahem, Steve has never called that timeout,” says a lot about you. Your response to, “They did not call that timeout with the Bang Bang OKC 2016 Mike Breen play,” says a lot about you. Fyi the live ball versus the Kings in preseason on October 18th went out of bounds and there was a review, so that one is not an example of this situation. Talk soon ✌️
Transcript and game notes from SAC-GSW…
JK/STEPH POSTGAME SAC-GSW
0:00 This is going to be a pretty random question, but I am very curious about it. So on the team's issues this year to close out games, it seems like there's been different variations of lineups, but in these kind of close situations, the team is still having difficulty closing. I would say so far from the last two games, there haven't really been a lot of issues.
JONATHAN KUMINGA POSTGAME SAC-GSW: “I feel like we all connected and we're playing great. I mean, we're just going to keep building from everything we did great and just trying to go over certain things that we not doing the right way, but I don't really see that much issue, especially the past two games.”
0:51 So what did you think happened tonight?
“I mean, I know Steph lost his handle on the ball at the end, but leading up to that play on the final play of the game, I mean, things happen. We're human. We make mistakes, and that's one of the greatest to ever touch the basketball. I mean, everybody make mistakes. It's just something that maybe we're going to work on it to prevent it doesn't happen next game, but everybody make mistakes.”
1:32 Jonathan, what do you feel like Draymond has unlocked, offensively? How has he impacted the offense these last couple of games? And how, I know you touched on it yesterday, just the impact he has on you personally, but how have you seen him impact the team as a whole since he's returned?
“I would say just the fire he brings, the energy. He has energy that ain't nobody out there can't match it. I mean, if you guys have one guy like that on the floor, everybody might as well match it, and I feel like him just being there, his presence just bringing so much energy to everybody on the team and it just makes us roll. I mean, I'm really happy to see him back and playing at the highest level and just bringing that energy. He was supposed to be starting, but he don't mind coming off the bench and just still being who he is every other day, I mean. And that's what we need from pretty much everybody else.”
2:28 Jonathan, you guys have seen the Kings so many times, playoffs, preseason, regular season. Just want to get your thoughts playing this team, competing against the Kings so many times and what's that competitive level like playing against them?
“I mean, it's always a good bump … But I'll just say every time we see them it's a tough battle. Everybody played hard on both team. Nobody want to lose. We always see them a lot. So things like that is gonna happen. We just always gonna play hard against each other.”
3:19 First time you scored 30. Is that something you've kind of been waiting on?
“Yeah. I mean, I never – I don't really think about it going in the game or even when I'm in a game. I don't think about it. I just go with the flow and today actually happened. I wasn't expecting it. It just happened because just go out there and just give all I got and help the team win. We definitely did not win today, but all I do is just go out there every day and just trying to help us win.”
3:19 Is that kind of like a little career bookmark for you, though, to get 30? I mean, is that something special for you?
“I mean, it's definitely everything in life is, if you accomplish different things that you never accomplished before, it's definitely something that you should be happy and proud of and just work towards it. And I feel like I'm proud of myself to accomplish things like that. It's just a matter of fact of me keep going and accomplishing more.”
4:24 Can you, can you take us through the last possession and also whether you thought about yourself calling a timeout or if, if you thought a timeout could've helped?
STEPHEN CURRY: “No. We talked about it, before Huerter, before both of his free throws and me and Coach. Good shooter. Kind of agree like we're gonna take it. Kind of thinking you're gonna be down three, knowing he's a good shooter, and he missed the first one. All right, we're still gonna go, expecting he's gonna make the second one. Know you'll be down two and kinda understanding the situation. And then once he missed the second one, Klay got a great rebound, but we'd already committed to going. And at that point, it's obviously the chaos. Just trying to get over half court, see where the defense was, and once JK gave it to me at that point, that's probably where the time out either should have seen it or Coach or whoever, just to know there's like eight people on one side of court and we had a screen, they trapped and I was trying to get the ball back to Draymond and see what could happen. So I would say there probably should have been a time out. Right when I got the ball in turn and saw that the court wasn't balanced right, and we still have plenty of time. But the chaos of the moment, you're trying to make a play, and sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn't.”
5:50 Steph, Harrison Barnes, former teammate, he had a career-high 39 points, and the Kings were looking for him tonight. It's a back to back 30-plus point game. Just want to get your thoughts about him as a professional and as a person as a whole, his name has been saturated in trade rumors for the past few weeks and stuff. But he's still playing ball. Just want to get your thoughts about him.
“He had a hell of a night, from the jump. He knew he had 30 last game and picked up right where he left off. Made some big or some threes early. It was a different look than they usually had in the past where the ball is usually in – D. Fox hit a couple transition threes in the fourth, but last four minutes, or three minutes, they went to HB in the post. He had those two turnarounds. He just made every play, made every big shot that he took. So, with that said, him having 39, Fox having 29 and the amount of threes that they made, down to the last possession, so it's kudos to him for doing what he did. And he’s a pro, like, trade rumors and chaos of the league, I don't think that bothers him. He's been around the block.”
7:16 After that game in Memphis, Draymond sort of laid into the defensive effort, saying that you guys need to play with more pride. What have you noticed about how the defense has played since his return?
“We gave up 40 in the first quarter tonight and slowly started to find some momentum on that end of the floor. Teams are, for whatever reason, they're shooting great against us and you have to figure out a way to slow them down. Played some teams that have five threats around the perimeter and the way the league has changed in that respect, you gotta be able to fly around, make multiple efforts, try to defend without fouling and there's a concerted effort to get better on that end of the floor. We understand that that's the only way we're going to win. Besides the first quarter, I thought we played pretty well. Just giving up 40 gives a team confidence and I mean, it comes down to one point, like maybe in the first quarter, you could have done something about it.”
8:25 Since 2013, it's the first time you will not be the All-Star starter. What do you think about that?
“Yeah. I mean, you got two guys that are playing amazing this year. Luka and Shai. So yeah, I've been around doing this for a very long time, and the fact that it's a talking point, I'm not, and after whatever non-healthy years, like, those two guys are playing amazing, they deserve it. Hopefully I'm there in Indiana, in whatever capacity, but yeah, they'll still be doing it, at this stage. It's always a challenge. It's never – you don't ever take for granted the fact of how hard it is to be recognized in that way every year.”
9:23 Steph, you and Warriors and Kings of games have become very, very competitive, especially since last year's playoffs. At what point do you consider games like that to be like a rivalry?
“The NBA said it’s so, because we played this week, right? (Referencing ‘Rivalry Week’) So it's not up to us.”
9:41 Draymond's obviously back now. Kuminga is playing the way he is. I know it's early, but are you kind of seeing the forming of a potential five man group? With Wiggins even out there, you've had guys have had success with that in Klay. What's been your biggest challenge this year?
Yeah, our challenge this whole year's continuity and figuring out who we are, what our identity is with rotations and understand we've had so many injuries and the revolving door there. Guys trying to understand or having an expected role every night, knowing who could be out there with and all that. So it's been helpful to have certain looks that we've been going to and developing a chemistry there. That's our challenge to continue to kind of self-assess and everybody be aggressive, no matter who's out there. To the question about our defensive presence and effort, you gotta be able to have each other's backs, understand everybody's strengths and weaknesses. And with that particular line, we're starting to figure out something. So, while we're out there, we have to make the most of it.”
10:21 Are you expecting with more continuity now that some of the struggles that have occurred closing out close games like this will improve?
“Yeah, this is different than games we've had in the past, the games you're kind of, I guess, referring to where we've lost big leads or just not been able to maintain the momentum in the fourth quarter where we should have won. Tonight's one of those kind of traditional NBA games where it's just back and forth. You know the whole game comes out until the last possession. We played extremely well. They just made a lot of big shots that kept us on our heels a little bit, But that's when a break can kind of go either way and time out, no time out, a shot here, a shot there. It's just a different vibe than it has been, even though it is a loss. So you just, I mean, we are never a moral victory team, but you take the framework of tonight. Keep doing that. You'll have more to show for it.”
12:05 Stephen, with Jonathan Kuminga, his ability to attack and just be so explosive, how much does that open things up on the floor? This last stretch you guys have, the passing, the ball movement seems to be coming together these last couple games and a lot of different scores and different contributions.
“That is the formula based on how teams guard us and you know me and Klay out there, you're gonna have attention on the perimeter because they know what we like to do and JK and Wiggs being able to take advantage of those driving angles, be aggressive every time they touch the ball, decisive with what they're doing, it's looked pretty good. So you gotta just keep doing that. And it's a lot more. Usually we know situations where we have an understanding of how we're trying to create shots and who's got the ball in our hands and what sets are running. There's just a lot more organization out there on the floor. So these last few games have been pretty good on that front. Just gotta keep doing it.”
KERR POSTGAME SAC-GSW
0:00 Can you just take us through the last possession? It looked like you almost called timeout a couple times. Why didn't you?
STEVE KERR POSTGAME SAC-GSW: “Yeah, I trust these guys have been together for so long. I really prefer the scramble situations at the end of games where a defense can't get set up and make subs and so this is one that it keeps you up at night, but we got to the picture we wanted. We got the Steph, Draymond pick and roll at the top. We had good spacing. I thought maybe we were going to get Draymond on the roll with the spacing on either side and get a good shot because they doubled Steph but he didn't. Yeah, could have taken a timeout and it's always a difficult decision down the stretch, but I've seen those guys convert in that situation a million times. And like I said, we got to the picture we wanted eventually, just didn't pan out.
1:22 Hey, Steve. It seemed like JK caught the ball just crossing half court there and might have had a lane to the rim… It seemed like on that final possession after Huerter missed those two free throws, Klay got the rebound, pitched it ahead to JK, JK caught, passed half court. It seemed like you might have had a lane to the rim as the Kings were getting back. Do you think maybe you guys might have been a little too deferential to getting the ball to Steph there?
“I haven't seen the play yet. I haven't watched the replay. But JK, he's a young player. He had a phenomenal night tonight. Again, this is just a string of great games from him. And so we went to him, the possession before down on the block and so he's really earning the trust of his teammates and he's getting better and better. So I haven't watched that play. There's always stuff you could have done, this or that, but he was phenomenal tonight.
2:21 And you’re happy with them getting to the 1-5 pick-and-roll, Steph and Draymond?
“Yeah, I mean, we've been doing this for a long time, and those guys know exactly what we're trying to accomplish. Like I said, you get the defense scattered. Maybe the time to take the time out would have been earlier when we didn't have the spacing, maybe 12, 13 seconds left. But once we got the ball out to Steph and Draymond stepped into the pick and roll, I like that picture. And that's kind of what we've done for a long time. And like I said, they made a good defensive play. And they deserve the win.”
2:54 Looked like Steph wasn't sure what he wanted to do, step back, pass. Is it odd to watch? I mean, there's been a lot of games where your star players, your guys have won championships, have made mistakes down the stretch. Is it odd to watch? Do you figure it'll click at some point like it always has or is something just different about them and maybe this year ,maybe the league or whatever…?
“Honestly, the difference is every game is close now, in the past we had plenty of games like this where we miss a shot at the end or don't execute and but because every game is tight and our record is what it is, there's just a spotlight on every single late game situation. And we've still played more clutch games than any team in the league. And so when we don't convert, it's just exposed because we are where we are and we're trying to fight our way into the playoffs. But those type of situations in the past, we didn't always convert. We had plenty of nights where we didn't execute and came out on the wrong end of things.”
4:14 Steve, what do you think about the way JK has been earning his teammates' trust? You don't have a new career high without guys wanting to get the ball to you, knowing that you're a player who's going to attack, and then maybe earning your trust as well, having him in that closing unit.
“Yeah, JK's, like I said, he's been fantastic the last couple of weeks, the best I've seen him. It's the most calm I've seen him out on the floor. He's limiting his defensive mistakes that he was making earlier in the year, and because of all that, he's earning all these minutes and it's really exciting to see, to see JK continue to get better and better.”
4:56 How big a problem was or what do you guys think of Harrison Barnes tonight, and what could you guys have done better?
“Harrison was great. He got off to a good start. I thought their start and they scored 40 in the first quarter was the key to the game because they really executed. They got some open looks. Harrison got a couple wide open threes. And so once he got rolling and he's coming off a 30 point game last game, so he's hot right now, but he was the key to the game for them.”
5:25 Yeah, there was even a couple of possessions that look like Dario went under a screen, Kuminga, late end of the third quarter, left Barnes, it seems like there's still kind of those defensive breakdowns. Obviously, their point total is high, but are you still kind of seeing that with this team, even though Draymond is back?
“Yeah, what I told the team at halftime was that this is the modern NBA, everybody's scoring 120 to 140 points every night, it seems like. And so the mistakes that you make now are exposed because everybody's scoring so much, that you just have to limit the mistakes. You're not going to get away with missing a rotation, not boxing out, getting back cut. You gotta eliminate every easy point possible. And I didn't think we did that in the first half, but those same mistakes five years ago in the NBA, it's not nearly as penalizing. It’s the way the game is played, the way everybody shoots it and spaces the floor, the way it's officiated, you just cannot afford to make defensive mistakes.”
6:33 31 minutes for Draymond tonight. Just what is he unlocking on that end of the floor? Time for him to return to the starting lineup?
“Oh, he changes our defense for sure. When he's out there, he's causing havoc and guarding pick and roll. And he's a dominant defensive player. And obviously, we need that desperately. Our defense the last few weeks has really struggled. So it's great to have him back.”
7:03 Coach, you had a few different lineups out there, and at one point, kind of got a lead, and it seemed like Podz, Kuminga, Dray, Steph were all out there together. At one point it was Cory, at one point it was Wiggs with them. Which lineup did you like the most out of the entire game? Which lineup, you said you wanted to kind of shape up with the version of yourself that you're going forward with this year. When you think back outside of the loss, what lineup did you like the most?
“Well, I'm encouraged by what I'm seeing with JK and Wiggs together. They struggled together earlier in the season, but we're trying to streamline some things and getting them out there with Draymond, Steph and then either BP, Klay, Dario so that we have the extra shooter and playmaking. That lineup was good tonight. It was good last night, too.”
8:01 Wiggins, this is going to be a pretty random question, but I am very curious about it. So Steph Curry shot one free throw tonight. Why do you think that is? And what does he need to do?
ANDREW WIGGINS: “Shoot, I couldn't tell you. I feel like he was being aggressive all night getting to the rim. I feel like there was a bunch of plays that should have been called a foul, for sure. But they might miss some, but we just gotta keep it going and he's going to keep attacking. I know eventually he'll get those calls.”
8:41 Andrew, Steve was in here talking about the defense, and that's been an issue for you guys for a while now. From your perspective, is it the same mistakes, the same issues happening over and over again, or is it something new, kind of every night kind of thing?
“I feel like sometimes the same thing, but I feel like as long as we keep our shell tight, we play connected. And even having Draymond back is amazing for us. He's a big part of everything we do, especially defensively, he's a mastermind. So I know we just gotta keep looking out for one another, have each other's back out there and I feel like we will get to where we want to go.”
9:41 Andrew, Steve was talking about you and Kuminga playing together now, how it's improved. What has changed that in your mind that makes it better now that you two are when you guys are both on the court together?
“I feel like we're playing free. We're both being aggressive, trying to attack the rim and make plays for our teammates and just try and play our game without thinking too much. And just playing within the flow of offense and trying to get after it defensively.”
10:17 What difference is Draymond making for you two in that line up? Because that seems to be one of the major changes with his addition to that lineup with you two that it's working better.
“Yeah, I mean, the one thing about Draymond is that he's gonna make everyone around him better. He helps the flow of the game. He helps find guys, gets guys easy baskets, gets everyone in the rhythm. Draymond, he's a big part for sure.”
GAME NOTES FROM SAC-GSW
Hhh 1:45 refs: Kevin Scott, Eric Dalen, John Butler
3:30 my speculation/theory on Steph Curry not a starter for All-Star is that the NBA media had him 4th behind Luka, Shai, AND (this is my hot take) Ant Edwards
6:45 tipoff! Looney won another tip! same starters
11m23 Q1 no look at review by refs on Sabonis vs Wiggins, would have if that were Draymond
9m55 Q1 Wiggs catch the ball! Dario 3
8m50 Q1 Klay to Dario (and1 no call)
8m32 Q1 Steph bad tov
7m23 Q1 Klay misses a layup
5m15 Q1 Wiggs takes a 3 with lane open
4m41 Q1 Dario to Steph 3 (space the floor)
3m35 Q1 Dray to Steph corner 3 screen by BP
3m14 Q1 JK handoff waited for Steph 3
26:00 analyzing the BP screen for Steph: had a choice of screening Keegan or Davion
2m45 Q1 Davion easy 3, JK cape screen by Steph
1m15 Q1 Keegan baseline dunk in trans past Steph no help BP
0m40 Q1 JK gets screened too easily by Monk
0m10 Q1 Steph traps Fox, good gamble, Steve talks to JK about something (more pressure on Fox esp with Steph coming to trap)
11m40 Q2 JK vs HB missed
11m28 Q2 JK good D then assist to CoJo 3
10m38 Q2 BP creates reverse
9m37 Q2 Dray timing 3 to Klay hashmark
40:45 analyzing the last play: credit CoJo, timing of Dray, gravity of Klay
9m07 Q2 JK over Lyles fade, stays in front of Fox good D next possession
8m34 Q2 great team D, Dray prevents HB from posting up, BP close out, Klay too
7m30 Q2 Dray fouled by Sabonis/Davion, baseline ref just not close enough (4 refs?)
7m15 Q2 Klay can't catch it, neither can Wiggs
5m57 Q2 Wiggs front rim sigh
5m48 Q2 Klay subs out, mad at himself for not catching
5m22 Q2 Dario 3 without feet set, off one dribble
4m58 Q2 BP bad box out vs KH
4m35 Q2 Dray takes charge vs Sab (got his number)
4m12 Q2 Wiggs euro finally
3m50 Q2 Dray fake DHO to kick out Dario 3
3m30 Q2 Fox vs Dario, Wiggs didn't get back
3m21 Q2 JK vs Sab no chance and1
2m50 Q2 tic tac toe trap Steph to Dray to Dario to Wiggs
2m20 Q2 JK and1 again
2m10 Q2 Steph bad shot vs 2.5 guys
1m48 Q2 Dario 3 again, pushed KH away
1m19 Q2 JK leaps on oreb, fouled, HB had to decide to box out BP
1m14 Q2 JK athletic foul draw on reb from Sab
0m38 Q2 Steph reach-in all-ball but maybe don't risk it
0m10 Q2 JK maybe jump-stop, good D vs Fox, Fox complains, JK says he didn't get a call
1:10:00 @RedEyesRobotics on if TJD is injured -- Dario is playing so well, and Dray is back. Loon already getting his mins cut, but mainly it's Draymond's return and then also allowing JK to play 4.
1:14:30 @RedEyesRobotics: Loon too slow -- you can't phase out a pillar of the dynasty with suddenly single digit minutes. One baby step at a time. HUMANS NOT VIDEO GAME!
11m42 Q3 Dario sticktoitiveness D vs Sab
11m20 Q3 Loon good D on HB fade airball
11m10 Q3 Dario bad lead pass to Klay
10m59 Q3 Wiggs fooled by Fox base cut
10m50 Q3 Klay curl 3 Dario pick and 1
10m22 Q3 Steph zig Klay zag tov
10m01 Q3 Dario timing help block Keegan vs Loon
9m50 Q3 Wiggs good block, Steph 94ft good push on Sab, Fox 3
9m22 Q3 Fox vs Klay bad call
9m00 Q3 HB 3 over Dario didn't fight to get through (40% on season, 4/7 to 5/8 tonight)
8m41 Q3 Wiggs oreb fouled
8m27 Q3 Dray bad pass
8m10 Q3 Dray good close out, Wiggs good reb help on Steph
7m42 Q3 Dray bad pass again
7m25 Q3 Klay screen causes mismatch for Wiggs spin
7m07 Q3 Dray bites on Sab fake
6m02 Q3 Wiggs 3 swing swing, JK doubled
5m25 Q3 BP not shy
5m09 Q3 BP doesn't box out HB
4m38 Q3 Sab pushes CoJo no call
4m07 Q3 Steph didn't box out Davion
3m29 Q3 Davion pulled the chair on Klay
2m35 Q3 BP good D on Fox fade
1m40 Q3 CoJo good D on Monk and BP and Dray
1m23 Q3 HB vs Klay physciality block
0m50 Q3 JK travel? Klay was in the wrong place
0m07 Q3 Dray a little late to HB 3 buzz, exasperated on bench
1:58:00 HB is 13/24 on threes on us this season, hasn't been remarkable last season or playoffs
11m40 Q4 JK lost ball
11m25 Q4 JK dunk
10m16 Q4 Klay pushes Kessler, then gets a T
9m44 Q4 BP box out, then JK bad 3
9m20 Q4 Klay great D 94ft
7m47 Q4 JK baseline spin vs KH and Sab no and1
7m26 Q4 Steph 3 no good, JK late on play
2:09:45 Dray said on his podcast that Warriors have to adjust
6m59 Q4 Wiggs bad tov
6m30 Q4 Wiggs 3 makes up for his sins
5m57 Q4 JK fade and1 Kawhi-like vs Sab
5m41 Q4 BP reach-in make or miss hit Keegan on wrist, Dray in for JK
5m05 Q4 BP another reach-in
4m48 Q4 Steph past Keegan no and1, Fox 3 right back
4m15 Q4 Fox dagger over BP (get him out?)
4m00 Q4 JK and1 wow
3m19 Q4 JK and Klay jump ball
3m18 Q4 JK jump ball win
3m07 Q4 Steph left wide open
1m55 Q4 Steph past KH no and1
1m24 Q4 Steph to JK 12ft alley oop
0m52 Q4 standard BLOB JK dunk via Dray
0m05 Q4 Steph lost ball game over
2:46:00 BARNES POSTGAME AUDIO
2:52:45 STEVE POSTGAME AUDIO (PAST THE TIMEOUT THING)
2:57:00 Draymond stil only has played 100% thirteen games (11 out of first 22)
2:58:00 SOME DUNLEAVY PREGAME
3:02:00 on if Dray should start: trust Rick and Steve, we don't know as fans or "erudite observers" have the info to really judge whehter Dray should start
3:03:15 Dray will do a pod on Tuesdays and an interview on Thursdays
3:07:00 on just letting the coaches coach with all the complex machinations of the rotations that they have multiple people dealing with, Dean: Magic Johnson had trouble coaching
3:14:00 GSW 31 out of 42 clutch games (ATL is 11-15), GSW 15-15
3:15:00 Sabrina today challenged Steph to a 3pt contest
3:16:30 WIGGS POSTGAME AUDIO
3:24:15 ENTIRE STEVE POSTGAME AUDIO (repeats the lame timeout debate)
3:32:30 "Thought JK had the lane' -- Umm, again, as I've written like 3-4 times on our website, to go away from "get the ball to Steph" with 7 secs to go... ya know???? I mean... 🙄
3:34:45 Dean says Kerr trusts the team by not calling timeout, I say he's never done that anyways since Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston were bringing the ball up
3:42:15 Sabrina 3 comp vs Steph at ASW
we do a poll, Dean suggests always having WNBA
3:44:45 STEPH POSTGAME AUDIO
3:51:45 KUMINGA ENTIRE POSTGAME AUDIO
3:58:15 JK on Slam Dunk Contest
4:05:00 Dean on playing with energy
4:10:00 on CP, Mo and GP coming back so no trades really needed, Dray pod with CP3
4:13:00 on no trades: Dunleavy might still do something, who knows, Dean actually jokingly suggested GP2 for Wiseman last year the night before
4:34:00 (or so) Jeffry Chen joins us after two years!
4:44:00 on Deki Milojevic being named the MVP award in ABA League
4:52:00 on Wiggins
5:00:00 BREAKING NEWS: Livingston now works for NBPA under Iguodala
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