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.
Mike Levine of WQAM in Miami joined The Triple Threat to discuss the NBA Finals.
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show traveled to San Antonio and Miami in a NBA Finals edition of the Road Trip. First they talked to Dan McCarney, San Antonio Express, about the Spurs. He talked about Popovich and the team’s approach moving forward. Then they flew over to Miami to talk to Brian Rowitz, ESPN 106.3, about the Heat. He compared how he thinks this year’s Finals will play out versus last year. Rowitz thinks the Heat have it if LeBron James brings his A game.
Spurs play by play voice Bill Schoening joined The Triple Threat to talk about San Antonio’s finals run.
Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip headed to Miami and Cleveland. First they traveled to Miami to talk to Brian Rowitz, ESPN 760, about the Heat and Pacers series. Then they flew over to Cleveland to talk to Daryl Ruiter, 92.3 The Fan, about the Cavs getting the first pick in the NBA lottery. He also discussed Johnny Manziel being put as third string quarterback. Ruiter says that the Browns want Manziel to really prove himself to them before they promot him to super star status.
Patrick Beverley hit five threes against the Miami Heat, a team that cut him in 2010.
Jeff Van Gundy sees a team with a lot of potential. A team that can even go all the way; if they can get a few things right.
LeBron James will make his lone visit to Houston Tuesday evening.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
LeBron Jomes just made a fan for life. After a foul during the Heat’s game at home against the New Orleans Pelicans LeBron got off the ground with some help from his teammates right in front of a fan.