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."
After back-to-back losses to Connecticut, the New York Liberty (3-8) have some adjustments to make.
Three game losing-streak, no more. On Sunday, the New York Liberty (3-5) finally snapped their three game skid, dominating the Washington Mystics (4-4) at home to cruise to an 81-64 wire-to-wire victory.
The Liberty continued to slide on Tuesday, dropping their third straight game 87-75 to the San Antonio Stars. It was the tale of two halves for New York, with the score 47-46 San Antonio after the first two quarters, and a scoring barrage in the 3rd by San Antonio, who outscored the Liberty 25-10 by the Stars. The Liberty played a strong fourth quarter but it was too little too late. Poor defense and turnovers were the story of the game as the New York gave up 87 points, tying a season high.
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.
After a slow 1-2 start, the New York Liberty (2-2) surged back to .500 Tuesday night and found themselves tied for second in the Eastern Conference.
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.
After winning their season opener on Friday night, The New York Liberty (1-1) lost their home opener on Saturday to the Chicago Sky (2-0) by a final score of 79-65. Liberty center Tina Charles finished with the lone double-double for the Liberty with 15 points and 12 rebounds, but it was not enough to pace New York to a victory as they were outscored 24-10 in the fourth quarter.