Wednesday, June 19, 2013

I May Be Wrong, But I Doubt It! (Episode 14)

LeBron James and Tim Duncan both rose to the pressure of Game 6.

Like I said in the last podcast, if I said I knew what was going to happen in this series, I'd be lying to you. Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs, will go down as one of the best Finals games in NBA history. From Tim Duncan turning back the clock, to LeBron James going legendary in the forth, to Ray Allen's game-tying/overtime forcing three and Chris Bosh's big block to seal the victory. I'm joined by my brother Zeph and special guest Evan Barnes, a sports writer and good friend of mine back in Los Angeles.

We break it all down and discuss whether or not the Spurs can come back and win Game 7 in South Beach. Share, subscribe, and leave a comment below to join the discussion. You can follow me on Twitter @ParisLay. You can follow my brother Zeph @NeecySon81. You can follow Evan @evan_b. Also, check out Evan's writing by clicking this link. Thanks for listening to the podcast and as always, ENJOY THE VIEW!


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    1. But you have to admit, they "move the needle". They get people talking whether that's for better or worse (the talk around them that is), it's good for the league. The NBA is more fun when we have a team to love like the Bulls or hate like the Heat.