Branden Frazier got a special opportunity Tuesday - a chance to workout for his hometown Brooklyn Nets and take a step towards playing in the NBA, something he says he's always dreamed of.
"I think I did pretty well, he said. "There's a lot of shooting stuff I could have done better with, but it's about working."
Amin Elhassan (@AminESPN) of ESPN Insider joined the podcast from San Antonio to discuss the Spurs' quest for revenge against the Heat, potential matchups, and the future of both Tim Duncan and Miami's Big Three.
Bleacher Report's Howard Beck joined Kenny and Kevin to chat about the Heat's fourth straight Finals appearance, the Oklahoma City-San Antonio series and the Knicks' ongoing coachig search.
Sean Highkin (@highkin), of Sports on Earth, joined us to talk about game 5 of the Pacers-Heat series and the Conference Finals in general. We also discussed Lance Stephenson's antics and whether Paul George is on his way to being a true superstar.
Audio from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Cleveland Cavaliers GM David Griffin at the end of the article.
After all of the conspiracy theorists calm down, all of the outrage over the system subsides, and all of the laughter caused by the absurdity of the results ceases, we're still left with a simple list.
The TV voice of the New York Knicks, ESPN's voice of the NBA and WFUV alum Mike Breen talk with Kris Venezia and Matt Moro about the NBA Playoffs.
Kenny Ducey chats with Chris Herring (@HerringWSJ) of the Wall Street Journal to discuss the upcoming Conference Finals and discuss the Knicks' coaching search, including the decision made by Steve Kerr to pass on the job.
It might be easy for Verne Lundquist, who is now in his 50th year of sports broadcasting, to gloat about his long list of radio and television achievements. But that wouldn't be his style.
Truly humbled, and always reverential to his predecessors, Lundquist graciously received the seventh annual Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award at Gotham Hall in New York City on Thursday night.
Mack Rosenberg and Nolan Silbernagel talk to Brooklyn Nets' color commentator on WFAN Tim Capstraw on One on One about the rest of Brooklyn's series with the Heat, if a sweep ruins the season and if the Nets can come back from the 2-0 defecit they currently face.