Ari Tempkin joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show one more time on the Road Trip to discuss the Spur winning the NBA Finals against the Heat. He was very surprised by how easily the Spurs were able to win the series. Tempkin believes Tim Duncan is the most important player when it comes to how successful the Spurs have been able to be. He doesn’t think any of the Spurs are going to leave yet, but he thinks after Tim Duncan leaves all bets are off. In any case, he says the Spurs have had quite a dynasty so far.
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to San Antonio. They spoke to Andy Everett, WOAI 1200 AM, about the Spurs and Heat series. He talked about how important good defense is for the Spurs in this series. Everett thinks the strength of the guys on the Spurs bench have been a huge help to them so far. He said they need to limit the Heat’s big stars in order to win the series.
HoopsCritic.com’s Brian Geltzeiler joined The Triple Threat to talk NBA Finals.
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Miami. Brian Rowitz, ESPN 106.3 FM, came on to discuss the Heat and Spurs NBA Finals series in progress. He talked about how much better Game 2 went for LeBron than Game 1. Rowitz said Heat fans are feeling very confident heading into tomorrow’s game because they feel overall the Heat has out performed the Spurs. The Spurs just seem unable to fully answer LeBron James on the court.
Sun Sports play by play man Eric Reid joined The Triple Threat to talk Miami Heat Basketball.
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to San Antonio tonight. Ari Tempkin, ESPN 1250, joined them to discuss the Spurs beating the Heat in Game One of the series. Tempkin said that the air conditioning definitely impacted the game but it’s hard to say how much credit that should get for the win. He thinks Danny Green’s performance is one of the big things playing wise that is an important take away from the game. He described how uncomfortable it was last night at the game when the air conditioner was out. He thinks LeBron will come out much better in Game Two so the Spurs will really have to stay on their game.
Ken Berger joined MaD Radio to talk about the 93/94 Rockets, the OJ chase, and the legacy that it left.
Mike really isn’t mad at all, he just likes LeBron.
Bob Ryan joins MaD Radio to talk about the Heat’s seconds consecutive championship, LeBron’s struggle and legacy, and what Pop could have or should have done.
LeRoy Hoard from 790 The Ticket in Miami joins MaD Radio to react to the Heat’s massive win in game six.