Join Coach Nick as he sits down with Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com as he lays out the entire Kawhi Leonard saga, Dave DuFour reports from his car on the latest in LeBron's decision 2.0, and Jeff Diependbrock lends his expert analysis on some real draft sleepers.
Did DeAndre Ayton deserve to go number one?
Will Marvin Bagley live up to the hype?
How has the NBA style of play trickled down to the high school level?
The only question left is: You In?
Relive the 2018 NBA Draft 1st round as Coach Nick, Dave DuFour, and Adam Stanco offer unparalleled analysis and information with the kind of detail you won't find anywhere else.
Duncan Smith of the Athletic Detroit and bballbreakdown.com joins Coach Nick to discuss what happened to Stan Van Gundy and why they chose Dwane Casey. Dave DuFour breaks down his favorite picks of the NBA Draft, and Derek Bodner walks us through the crazy story of Bryan Colagelo's demise in Philadelphia.
Safa Kamalian is an assistant coach for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the G-League, and discusses his experience working in the Rockets organization. HoopHype's Alex Kennedy discusses where LeBron might go, and Dave DuFour gives us some insights into the Finals and the intriguing Free Agent storylines this summer.
Coach Nick got back to his roots with a solo live show where he offers his immediate reaction to the events that led to the Warriors beating the Cavaliers in Game 4, as well as answering a ton of questions posed in the Periscope comments.
The Cavaliers played their best first quarter of the series, yet could not get any separation. And the game wore on, Kevin Durant got more and more vicious, carrying the Warriors as Steph Curry had his worst shooting game of his career, culminating in a contested 30 footer over LeBron that iced the game, and most likely the series.
Coach Nick broke down the key elements to this series - how they affected the first two games (Korver not playing enough, Curry fire from 3) and what to expect in tonight's Game 3 matchup in Cleveland. Joining the show: Mike Zavagno of FearTheSword.com and the Cavalytics Podcast, Mark Medina - Warriors Beat Writer for Mercury News and the Bay Area News Group, and Dave DuFour.
While it seemed like the Cavaliers were going to get blown out early as the Warriors hit over 65% of their shots, LeBron James and Kevin Love kept them close through 3 quarters until the inevitability of the Warriors dominance overtook them and it turned into a blow out.
Coach Nick and Dave discuss adjustments the Cavs can make and what the Warriors did to play so well.