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Ridin' the Pine, part of Almighty Baller Radio Network and VennCast Studios presents their Annual NBA Season Predictions Episode full of controversy, contention, and cash. NBA Fanatics come together for a light hearted, comedic, live discussion on the NBA and the Culture and Memes surrounding it multiple times a week all season long! Give us a listen! We currently have an inhouse series of ongoing bets: Will Kevin Durant shave his head before his career is over. Will Boston will win a 'ship before the Lakers. Will Rudy Gay will average more points than Paul Milsap this season! East Breakdown: Yikes. MTG, not to be confused with Greatness heralds Kemba, Dwight, Toronto and Cleveland all in for a deep run. Hondo's Journey Continues with the Process EmbiidEclipsing Expectations into getting Swept in the Playoffs. In Ghee's World, Floyd Money Mozgov and the Corpse of DeMarre Carroll will Push Notifications the Brooklyn Nets into the Postseason West Breakdown: Contentious MTG Reppin' the Pacific Northwest and Lillard Yoga Poses, and Swiping Right to Infrastructure over Overhauled Dice Rolls. Hondo with the Hot 'n Hard Heist against NOLA, and Los Angeles Balmers all the while flippin' pages on the mic Ghee show's his baldness with inconsistent

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The Glue Guys talk with former Nets GM Billy King about his time with the team.  We spent a good bit on the Garnett-Pierce trade: how it originally started with just Pierce and mushroomed into more, why the deal was made, what Garnett and Pierce brought to the team, why the Nets ultimately did not re-sign Pierce, and Billy's biggest regret involving the trade. Other topics covered include: Nets attempted trade for Chris Paul before Deron Williams, the Dwightmare, the reasoning behind the Gerald Wallace trade, clashing with Jason Kidd, working with Prokhorov and Billy's thoughts on what Marks and Atkinson are now doing with the team. Subscribe to the Glue Guys on iTunes Follow the Glue Guys on Stitcher Social Media – @BKGlueGuys on Twitter | Glue Guys on Facebook  

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The Glue Guys look at the Nets over/under for wins this upcoming season, where that puts them in the league and how far past that total can they go.  Also, what's behind the uncertainty in the Kyrie Irving trade, why is Kobe so weird and a great listener submitted Killer Komparisons: NBA players as Politicians Subscribe to the Glue Guys on iTunes Follow the Glue Guys on Stitcher Social Media – @BKGlueGuys on Twitter | Glue Guys on Facebook

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The Debate-A-Bulls spends the first part of the episode talking about the implication of the Boston Celtics so far in the Eastern Conference Finals. Is this a wake-up call for the Celtics front office to make a trade or is Boston not as far along as they might have thought? The guys previously talked about trade scenarios with the Celtics, Lakers, and Suns but spend this episode breaking down a potential 76er's deal. Does Philadelphia have enough to make an offer the Bulls couldn't afford to pass up? The guys dive into another round of potential draft prospects for the Bulls. Jordan talks about 6-11 center Jarrett Allen from Texas. Could he slip to the Bulls at No. 16 and become the next underrated star out of Texas? Matt talks about potential picks on the rise including Kansas State's Wesley Iwundu. Could he turn himself into a first round selection or maybe the Bulls find a steal in the second round? The guys talk about the best decision for the Bulls moving forward. Jordan and Matt believe it's time to have a legitimate conversation about Cameron Payne. Jordan believes this could be the most important summer of the young guard's career. How can the Bulls

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This episode previously aired on Dash Radio Thursday, May 18th, 2017, 6-7 a.m. and 11-12 p.m CT. The guys are back and start off with the results of the 2017 NBA Lottery. Now that the order is set, will Boston and Chicago find a way to make a deal for Butler? How many other teams find interest in Butler this off-season? Jordan and Matt discuss whether the Bulls have already passed up their best offer for Jimmy Butler. The guys draw out scenarios in which the Celtics, Lakers, and Suns might phone the Bulls front office this summer. The guys have another set of potential NBA draft picks to break down. Jordan talks about former 5-star, top-10 recruit Hamidou Diallo as a possible option for the Bulls. Diallo worked out for the Bulls on Tuesday and might be of interest. The 6'5 guard did not play a single game for Kentucky this season, how will that affect his draft stock? Matt brings up Duke sophomore guard Luke Kennard who has been linked to Chicago recently. Could the 20-year old guard be an impact player in the NBA? The guys finish up with Log Off. Today's episode features an interview with Lavar Ball on FS1's

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This episode previously aired on Dash Radio Thursday, April 27th, 2017, 6-7 a.m. and 11-12 p.m CT. The guys are back with their reaction from Game 5 in Boston. A very winnable game turned so quickly into one that the Bulls should want to forget. Jordan and Matt discuss what was working for the Bulls early and why they trended away from that in the fourth quarter. Is Fred Hoiberg being out coached? Jordan seems to think so and he explains why. The possibility of Rondo returning in this series is discussed. What changed the outlook of Rondo's return? An update on Rondo's injury status and why it will be extremely unlikely he returns in Game 6. How Isaiah Canaan was inherently asked to fill a role fluttered with expectations and how he fared in Game 5. The guys talk about Dwyane Wade and his impact so far in this playoff. Wade had a boxscore sort of night but Matt and Jordan seem to think Wade has begun to hurt the Bulls late. How can the Bulls find a way to pull off a win at home on Friday? Will Fred continue to juggle lineups? Who will be the experiment to get legitimate playing

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The guys come together after a long weekend of NBA Playoff games. The Bulls lose both games at the United Center and the series has begun to shift. The guys talk about the impact of Rajon Rondo's injury and the scramble of point guard replacements. Jordan and Matt discuss the comments Fred Hoiberg made during the post-game press conference in regards to the NBA officials. Does Fred have a point or has he gone fishing? Jimmy Butler and Marcus Smart seem to have created a rivalry, Butler seems to think he could win an Academy Award. Jimmy Butler hosts his own show at the post-game press conference and we have marked it as 'Smart Beef'. How can the Bulls find a way to win on the road yet again? Who will be the guys to step up and help take the load off of Jimmy Butler? Is Dwyane Wade's age showing in this series or is he still hurt? All of this and more on The Debate-A-Bulls. The Debate-A-Bulls Thursdays 6-7 AM & 11-12PM CT on Dash Radio

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This episode previously aired on Dash Radio Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 5-6 a.m. and 8-9 a.m. CT. The guys are back with a brand new episode after the Chicago Bulls take another game on the road in Boston. How could this be possible? Who is this new revitalized Bulls team and why is it coming all together now? Jordan and Matt discuss the supposed 'private meeting' between Rajon Rondo, Jimmy Butler, and Dwyane Wade prior to Game 2 of the NBA Playoffs. The guys explain whether or not they are sold on the Bulls being able to complete the 8th seed upset. The guys talk about the young Bulls stepping up in each of the first two games and who might impact Game 3 on Friday. Robin Lopez has been dominating Boston on the glass, is there any hope for the Celtics to match his performances? Even if the Bulls win this series, what does it all mean for the front office's plan for the summer? Does this sudden click between 'the Three Alphas' bring Wade and Rondo back next season? Jordan believes there is a scenario in which the Bulls pursue notable name superstars in their strive to 'retool, not rebuild'.

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The NBA Playoffs are underway and the Chicago Bulls have pulled the biggest upset this weekend. The guys dive into their post-game reactions from the Bulls 106-102 win over the Celtics. Jordan explains why he called it all weekend, the Bulls love to steal game one of a series as history tells us. The Bulls win on the road and NBA Twitter has a meltdown. How bad is Nikola Mirotic and will it continue? The guys discuss the fate of Nikola Mirotic and whether or not Fred will decide to make a change. Bobby Portis had a breakout game in his first NBA Playoff appearance. Could we see a similar performance from BP and could he finally be the offensive player we thought he could be? Jimmy Butler had a huge second half, how important is it for him to maintain a balance throughout the game? Jordan believes Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo still have beef. He explains his theory on both guys having carried over their problems from the regular season into the postseason. It could be just a rabbit hole but worth discussing. Ultimately what does this win mean for the Bulls long term? How does the front office perceive each

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The Debate-A-Bulls welcome a brand new co-host, Matt Peck from Sports Mockery. Jordan and Matt begin this episode by talking about the Bulls official bid to the playoffs. The Nets seemed to hand the Bulls the No. 8 seed by resting seven players. How will the Bulls look playing the No. 1 team in the Eastern Conference in the Boston Celtics? Do the Bulls have a shot? Do Bulls fans really care? Jordan and Matt break down an early look at the matchup. What sort of story lines will we see during this series? Rondo returns to Boston, does Dwyane Wade have a secret playoff switch? Is this going to be a Jimmy Butler showcase for Boston fans and front office? The guys ponder the possible scenarios that could benefit this Bulls team. How will the front office address the season once the playoffs are over? All of this and so much more on this episode of The Debate-A-Bulls. TODAY’S EPISODE OF THE DEBATE-A-BULLS IS SPONSORED BY: GLASSESUSA.COM (PROMO CODE: ALMIGHTY) STEINER SPORTS MEMORABILIA (PROMO CODE: ALMIGHTY) FOLLOW THE DEBATE-A-BULLS ON TWITTER: JORDAN MALY (@JORDANCMALY) MATT PECK (@BULLS_PECK)

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