Ep. 69: Double Mask, Double Bang
Full Court Press: Bulls/Knicks Bets, No National Anthem in Dallas, and NBA All-Star Game Talk
3-on-3: Bulls Commentator Stacey King’s Best/Worst Nicknames & Catchphrases
That Actually Happened: Legendary Knicks Commentator Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier’s Rhyming
And Also: Superstar Superspreaders, the Ball-Star Game, Shirt-tastic, "Chorros", Samir Nagannaworkhereanymore, Rand Paul, 1930 Marvel Superheroes, The Big Face of The Franchise, the Bulls’ Victory Cigar, Inherently Sexual Undertones, The Finnisher, Girating + Careening = Gireening, Balderdash the Human, Swiss Cheese D, Lazarus Rising From The Dead, Lilliputians
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