On today’s show, The Basketball Jones break down the NBA Conference Finals: Can the Celtics recover from their demoralizing Game 2 loss? Can the Thunder outrun the Spurs for three more games? Can Rajon Rondo clone himself? We also check in on the Pau Gasol rumor mill, find out NBA players' favorite broadcasters, investigate tampering in the NBA Draft Lottery, and consider why a man would have an ATM in his kitchen.
All that, plus Vinny Del Negro rides again, legal "Linsanity," Rihanna, pun-gun fun, and a swag-tastic "Tweet of the Weak."
On today’s show, The Basketball Jones break down the NBA playoffs, including the return of Metta World Artest, Vinny Del Negro's decision to keep Chris Paul in Game 5 post-injury, and a preview of the Heat-Pacers and Celtics-76ers second-round series. We also say good-bye to the Knicks, wonder if Nash would be a good fit in New York, and predict whether Woodson, Lin, & Co. will be back.
All that, plus Rondo yelling at a cameraman, Sixth Man of the Year love, Greg Oden's darkest days, round two of our one-on-one coach vs. coach tournament, softball updates, and Leigh Ellis makes his triumphant Overdose return with a "Tweet of the Weak."
On today’s show, The Basketball Jones discuss the tight race in the Atlantic Division, whether the Spurs are better or worse with Boris Diaw and Captain Jackson, whether the NBA should adopt the Euro goaltending rule, and the “Kevin Love for MVP” movement.
All that, plus an interview with Steve Nash, a food-related “Tweet of the Weak," some pun-gun fun, and a nearly naked Jason Terry.
On today's show, The Basketball Jones discuss every single opt-in, trade, and conditional second-round pick from a busy NBA trade deadline week. What made Dwight Howard change his mind with regard to staying in Orlando? How screwed are the Nets, and did they panic by trading for Gerald Wallace? Also, thoughts on the Blazers' one-day rebuild project, the Nuggets-Wiz-Clippers three-way deal, and much more.
All that, plus Leigh's "Tweet of the Weak," "The Pun-Gun," Rondo's pregame sushi, and Mike D'Antoni's resignation.