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Batum is out, Mook is back, how we feelin? Previewing the Clippers vs Mavs matchup, answering Clipper fan questions about potential trades and starting lineup combos on Twitter Tuesday, and Marcus Morris is set to return but will he be 100%? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
That Was Before Training Camp! Isaiah Lester (The History of Heat) joins Agata and Anastasia to discuss this week in basketball. Isaiah shares his new podcast, his thoughts on sneakers, and his feelings about the Lakers this season. The gang also chats the Jokic-Morris beef, Salehe Bembury, the Dutch, Model Boyz, Adele, Anthony Davis's sensitivity, computer science, divorced dads, Crocs, Carmelo Anthony, and Giannis's white house visit. Will the gang guess which celeb with have the next McDonald's meal? You'll hear the answer if you press play!
In the first hour, the guys in the hive talk about how the Houston Texans struggles have continued and fans are losing hope - especially if no change happens in the front office. In the NBA, last years MVP Nikola Jokic could be facing a suspension after getting into an altercation with Marcus Morris which caused each of their brothers to get involved.
Welp, the Clippers got in the win column! Recapping the Clippers demolishing of the Trail Blazers, answering lineup questions now that Marcus Morris is out (for however long that may be), and some general Clippers bullspitting with Pavy from Hoops n Brews Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lucas, Shap, and Joey (@joeylinn_) discuss the Clippers home loss to the Grizzlies 120-114 and dive into some early trends from the squad. What tinkering do we expect from Ty with the rotation, who has stood out and who has not? To small ball or not to small ball? What about those Marcus Morris minutes? The guys then close looking forward to the Blazers game coming up.
We continue our series of NBA divisional previews with a look at some of the key fantasy storylines in the Pacific, including what's at stake for Deandre Ayton, where to draft LeBron James, and the potentially overlooked upside of De'Aaron Fox. We also discuss the late-round potential of Jordan Poole, whether we're interested in drafting Buddy Hield, Harrison Barnes and Marvin Bagley — and whether Kawhi Leonard's absence will result in a higher ceiling for Marcus Morris.
We shouldn't be this hyped off a preseason game. Recapping the Clippers preseason loss to the Kings that involved Brandon Boston Jr going off and (most of) the starters looking great, wondering how Ty Lue will choose between Isaiah Hartenstein and Harry Giles, Marcus Morris puts on mass, and the Clippers open their practice to the fans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Can the Clippers keep showing good preseason process? Previewing the Clippers vs Kings game that *seems* like it will include Paul George, Nic Batum, and Marcus Morris, wondering how Giles vs Hartenstein Round 2 will go, Clippers fans vote on top-4 seed possibilities, and NBA GMs LOVE Ty Lue Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Will Marcus Morris step into the scoring void left by Kawhi? Breaking down the starting lineups of the Pacific Division and seeing how the Clippers stack up (hint: pretty damn well), assessing how Marcus Morris can become the Clippers "2nd star" in the absence of Kawhi Leonard, and picking some fantastic gift ideas for Mook's birthday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rob and Shap continue their Exit Interview Series, this time talking about some forwards. Included on the list is overachiever Nico Batum and upstart Terance Mann. Also included are a pair of hefty Clipper contracts: sniper Luke Kennard, and Rob's favorite, Marcus Morris Sr.
Nick Fay and Jac Manuell talk Brooklyn Nets trade ideas! Could Kevin Love land in Brooklyn? Who are some low-key Nets targets? Could a Clipper forward land in Brooklyn? Are there any younger players the Nets can trade for? Nets Trade Proposals Part 2 - Kevin Love landing with the Nets? - What could Love bring? - Ben Simmons X Kyrie Irving - Kenrich Williams a low key target - Serge Ibaka vs Marcus Morris - Does Kristaps Porzingis makes sense - Marvin Bagley? - AND MORE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Detroit Tigers 9, Cleveland Indians 4 – F/7 – Game 1 Detroit Tigers 7, Cleveland Indians 1 – F/7 – Game 2 Chicago White Sox 13, Minnesota Twins 3 Milwaukee Brewers 15, Chicago Cubs 7 Tigers 9, Indians 4 – Game 1 – Castro, Schoop drive in 3 each, Tigers beat Indians 9-4 Harold Castro and Jonathan Schoop each drove in three runs, powering the Detroit Tigers past the Cleveland Indians 9-4 in the first game of a doubleheader. Castro's two-out single off Bryan Shaw in the fifth inning scored Nomar Mazara and broke a 4-4 tie. Schoop had a two-run single in the seventh as the Tigers banged out 15 hits in the seven-inning game. Kyle Funkhouser retired all five batters he faced in relief of starter José Urena, who allowed a career-high four home runs in 3 1/3 innings. Detroit won at Cleveland for the first time in five games this season. Rookie Bobby Bradley hit two of the four homers off Urena. Tigers 7, Indians 1 – Game 2 – Cabrera hits 494th homer, Tigers sweep DH from Indians Miguel Cabrera hit his 494th career homer, moving into sole possession of 28th place all-time, and the Detroit Tigers completed a doubleheader sweep with a 7-1 win over the Cleveland Indians. Cabrera went 2 for 4, scored twice and broke a tie with Lou Gehrig and Fred McGriff on the homer list with a solo shot off Nick Wittgren in the fifth inning. Wily Peralta, who didn't pitch in the majors last year, allowed one unearned run over five innings for his first victory since April 17, 2019, with Kansas City. White Sox 13, Twins 3 – Grandal hits 2 of White Sox 6 HRs to rip Twins 13-3 Yasmani Grandal hit a three-run shot and a towering two-run drive, and the Chicago White Sox went deep six times to pound the Minnesota Twins 13-3. Rookie Andrew Vaughn smacked a two-run homer and had three RBIs. Gavin Sheets hit his first career home run in his second game as Chicago won its third straight. José Abreu and Brian Goodwin added solo shots to help first-place Chicago expand its lead over Cleveland in the AL Central. Dylan Cease cruised to his fourth victory in five starts, allowing three hits and striking out seven in six innings. Josh Donaldson and Nelson Cruz connected for solo homers off the 25-year-old right-hander. Brewers 15, Cubs 7 – Ashby tagged, but Brewers sweep Cubs for 8th straight win Highly touted Milwaukee prospect Aaron Ashby got roughed up for seven runs in the first inning of his big league debut, but Luis Urias homered twice as the Brewers rallied to rout the Chicago Cubs 15-7 for their eighth straight win. The Brewers swept the three-game series and increased their NL Central lead to six games over Chicago. The Cubs lost their sixth in a row. Willy Adames hit a grand slam during an eight-run burst in the fourth inning that put Milwaukee ahead 14-7. His error at shortstop helped the Cubs break loose at the start against Ashby. Today Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox, 2:10 p.m. Cubs and Tigers are off. NBA – National Basketball Association Playoffs – Rd. 3 – Conference Finals – Best of 7 Last Night Phoenix Suns 130, Los Angeles Clippers 103 (PHX wins 4-2) Suns 130, Clippers 103 – Chris Paul leads Suns past Clippers 130-103, into NBA Finals The Phoenix Suns are headed to the NBA Finals for the first time in 28 years, defeating the Los Angeles Clippers 130-103 to close out the Western Conference finals in six games. Chris Paul tied his career playoff high of 41 points points and Devin Booker added 22 points to send the Suns to their third Finals appearance in franchise history. They will face either the Atlanta Hawks or Milwaukee Bucks, who are tied 2-2 in the East finals. Marcus Morris led the Clippers with 26 points and Paul George added 21 points. Tonight Atlanta Hawks at Milwaukee Bucks, 8:30 p.m. (Series tied 2-2)
David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, brings you the daily podcast on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz Today's Episode Dwyane Wade is "extremely concerned" about Donovan Mitchell, is this a story or just a headline. Isn't everything the Jazz do over the next few years to build the best team for Donovan and Rudy Why is this news, because it has two big names in it but does it actually mean anything NBA injuries and players load. Takes you back to the old school Warriors Marcus Morris trade by Clippers at the 2020 trade deadline is an interesting look at roster building and costs. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lucas and Shap soak in an absolutely incredible Paul George performance in Phoenix to bring the series back to LA, buoyed by a great first half by Marcus Morris and nice timely shots by Reggie Jackson. The Clippers got work done in the paint and led practically wire to wire in a must win game, and now get to try to extend this series at home, down 3-2. This Clipper team is really something.
[Ep.200] The news came before tip off that Ivica Zubac would not be able to go for the Clippers. It seemed to be a notification that would seal their fate, that Phoenix would be able to score at will on the interior at will. On a Monday night in downtown Phoenix, with a ticket to the NBA Finals on the line, that narrative would not be the case. The Clippers would dominate the paint, outscoring Phoenix 58-32. They would negate all of the runs, and behind the likes of Marcus Morris, DeMarcus Cousins, and a playoff career high from Paul George, force the series to change locations once again. Beat LA? Not yet. Follow us on Twitter (@SunsJAM). Watch livestreams on the Suns JAM Session YouTube channel. #GoHomeAndLoveYourFamily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Milwaukee somehow grinds out a Game 7 win despite one of the greatest performances ever in a series by Kevin Durant. We break this down from every angle, including all the key possessions and performances down the end (0:00). Atlanta beats Philly on the road for only its 2nd conference Finals appearance in the Atlanta era. How the Hawks did it, and what caused Philly to suffer such a crushing disappointment (1:09:32)? Phoenix takes care of LA. Why the Marcus Morris injury may finally put LA over the brink (1:48:51). We go through all the ramifications of the big Boston/OKC trade with the usual cap and talent analysis (2:19:32). If you like Dunc'd On, you or someone in your life might like my wife Aislinn's analytical approach to yoga. Check out her streaming service, Yoga With Aislinn, free for a week. Subscribe to our new weekly mailing list for free bonus content and all the info you need to keep up with the latest from Nate and Danny! Get this show ad-free, plus another four episodes per week. Join us here! Get new bonus content as well like private Discord access, regular chats, our cap projections, subscriber mailbags, and more. Please read this letter about what you'll get and why we are doing this, plus this FAQ for your more specific questions. With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux).
After a 120-114 win in Game One of the Western Conference Finals, Brandon Duenas joins the show for his weekly spot to recap the game. We discuss Devin Booker's 40-point triple-double and how he adjusted over the course of the season and the game to outduel Paul George. We also hit on the Suns' defense and why it's a tougher test for L.A.'s offense than the Jazz defense was. To close, some thoughts on what Marcus Morris' injury could mean for the series and how the Clippers might try to defend Book going forward. Follow on Twitter: @LockedOnPHXSuns, @BrendonKleen14, @AZSportsZone Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Indeed Get started RIGHT NOW with a FREE SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/locked Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For this week on Bleav in Clippers Hosts Jesse Kass and Alex Acker talk about the wild series between the Clippers and the Jazz. The hosts first talk about Kawhi Leonard's injury and what it means going forward. The two then discuss the incredible Game 5 victory on the road led by the dynamic performance of Paul George. The performances of the Clippers role players, including Reggie Jackson, Marcus Morris, and Terance Mann are discussed, as well as what adjustments are necessary if Mike Conley returns in Game 6.
Utah Jazz vs. LA Clippers NBA Pick Prediction 6/18/2021 by Tony T. Jazz at Clippers—NBA free pick is Utah Jazz -2. Utah facing elimination here will have film on the Clippers playing without Kawhi Leonard on the court. Leonard is feared to have an ACL injury although it has been reported as a sprained knee. If Leonard plays it is questionable at about how effective he will be with a knee sprain. Clippers got huge performances out of Paul George with 37, Reggie Jackson with 22 and Marcus Morris for 25. These three starters combined for 30 of 53 and doubtful that can be replicated as they have been inconsistent. Mitchell had a poor shooting night in the loss connecting on 6 of 19. We often see teams step up when the superstar misses time in their first game so the win by the Clippers is not too surprising. That usually lasts only one game. Play Utah -2.
Its HomeCourt Press: Utah Jazz Talk JAZZ BITES with Brian Preece @bpreece24 and McCade Pearson @McCadeP8 The Utah Jazz can't take advantage of a Kawhi Leonard-less LA Clippers team as they drop a pivotal game 5 at home on Wednesday night. How limited is Donovan Mitchell right now and why can't the Jazz get Rudy Gobert the ball against teams going small? But first, Paul George scores 37 points but Reggie Jackson and Marcus Morris combine for 47 points and six three's in a 119-111 Clippers victory. Stay tuned as all that and more is coming up next on HomeCourt Press: Utah Jazz Talk JAZZ BITES --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/homecourtpress24/message
Raise your hand if you thought the Atlanta Hawks would be up 3-2 on the Philadelphia 76ers? Kawhi Leonard was out for the Los Angeles Clippers, but Paul George and Marcus Morris said we got this as the Clippers beat the Utah Jazz to take a 3-2 series lead. Chris Paul is in the NBA's COVID-19 protocol, what does this mean for the Phoenix Suns in the Western Conference Finals? The Charlotte Hornets' LaMelo Ball wins Rookie of the Year. Donnie Nelson is out as the Dallas Mavericks President of Basketball Operations after 24 years. Plus, coaching changes have begun in the NBA, do fans drive the hires? That's the Q of the Day! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lucas, Shap, and Jag (@Mjags24) celebrate an incredible W in Utah, 119-111, led by a phenomenal Paul George performances and boosted by Marcus Morris, Reggie Jackson, and the whole crew really. On the heels of losing Kawhi Leonard, the Clippers never said die and recovered to one of the most memorable wins in franchise history. What a game, and hopefully a sign of things to come!
The Clippers return to Utah for a must win Game 5, are we ready? Previewing the LA Clippers vs Utah Jazz Game 5 matchup and hoping Marcus Morris can back up his anti-Utah comments while PG and Kawhi stay red-hot, Clippers fans weigh in on the importance of Game 5 on Whatcha Say Wednesday, and Kawhi and PG make the All NBA list Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Shap, Lucas, and Cole (@colehoops) talk about a solid, wire to wire W for your Los Angeles Clippers against the Utah Jazz 118-104, in a game that saw Marcus Morris finally get loose early and the team do just enough to hold off the Jazz to close this game. Kawhi and PG played well, though Kawhi did leave the game late with an injury scare. The guys talk about the game, the quality rotations, the great defense, and great contributions from the role players. They also close looking ahead to a pivotal Game 5 with the series tied 2-2.
LA Clippers vs. Utah Jazz NBA Pick Prediction 6/10/2021 by Tony T. Clippers at Jazz—NBA free pick is Utah Jazz -3. Despite their slow start the Jazz were able to rally from a first half deficit to beat the Clippers in Game 1 behind 94 points in the final three quarters of the game. In the second half the Jazz held the Clippers to 49 points outscoring LAC by 16 points. Clippers have gotten inconsistent performances out of their starters. In Game 1 it was Paul George and Marcus Morris struggling from the field. Utah a different team to defend than Dallas. Utah is a complete team and they showed rust in their opener shooting only 41% and 17 of 50 from three. With a Game under they belt following a long layoff the Jazz will show improvement here. Bogdanovic, Gobert, Ingles and Clarkson all had sub par games and they still won by three. Play Utah -3.
Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a deep dive into the Utah Jazz' come-from-behind victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 1. Utah couldn't hit the red side of a barn early which caused them to fall behind by double digits, but in typical Clippers fashion, Kawhi Leonard and the boys faded late and the Jazz were able to steal the win. Adding insult to injury, everyone saw Kawhi, Paul George and Marcus Morris shrink from the moment on the game's final possession with a chance to send the game into overtime; Absolutely no one on the Clippers roster wanted to take that last shot. It was a game the Clips should have won, and this one could come back to haunt them later in the series. On the flip side, Donovan Mitchell was fantastic for the Jazz. If it wasn't clear before it definitely is now: Utah has a superstar in their backcourt. Later, the guys share their thoughts on the NBA MVP voting - which Nikola Jokic won in a landslide, as expected - and discuss what it all means in the grand scheme of things. On one hand, Steph Curry finishing with the second-most first place votes tells you how much the media respected what he did this past season carrying a depleted Golden State Warriors roster to the play-in tournament. On the other, the fact that guys like Rudy Gobert, Russell Westbrook and Derrick Rose (fan vote) got votes also says that some of these voters need to stop playing favorites. Finally, Jason and Rob G close the show with a deep dive into the Kevin Durant-Jay Williams fiasco that played out in the media. Look, in all honesty, we're willing to bet that KD said exactly what Williams reported on TV that he said about Giannis... but does that necessarily give Williams the right to go public with it? All the same, it's great to see KD ditch the burner accounts and go scorched earth on anyone in the media who he feels has wronged him. In a world where guys like LeBron James prefer to use passive aggressive memes to get their points across, it's refreshing to see someone like Durant say exactly what he feels. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a deep dive into the Utah Jazz' come-from-behind victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 1. Utah couldn't hit the red side of a barn early which caused them to fall behind by double digits, but in typical Clippers fashion, Kawhi Leonard and the boys faded late and the Jazz were able to steal the win. Adding insult to injury, everyone saw Kawhi, Paul George and Marcus Morris shrink from the moment on the game's final possession with a chance to send the game into overtime; Absolutely no one on the Clippers roster wanted to take that last shot. It was a game the Clips should have won, and this one could come back to haunt them later in the series. On the flip side, Donovan Mitchell was fantastic for the Jazz. If it wasn't clear before it definitely is now: Utah has a superstar in their backcourt. Later, the guys share their thoughts on the NBA MVP voting - which Nikola Jokic won in a landslide, as expected - and discuss what it all means in the grand scheme of things. On one hand, Steph Curry finishing with the second-most first place votes tells you how much the media respected what he did this past season carrying a depleted Golden State Warriors roster to the play-in tournament. On the other, the fact that guys like Rudy Gobert, Russell Westbrook and Derrick Rose (fan vote) got votes also says that some of these voters need to stop playing favorites. Finally, Jason and Rob G close the show with a deep dive into the Kevin Durant-Jay Williams fiasco that played out in the media. Look, in all honesty, we're willing to bet that KD said exactly what Williams reported on TV that he said about Giannis... but does that necessarily give Williams the right to go public with it? All the same, it's great to see KD ditch the burner accounts and go scorched earth on anyone in the media who he feels has wronged him. In a world where guys like LeBron James prefer to use passive aggressive memes to get their points across, it's refreshing to see someone like Durant say exactly what he feels. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bart, Kitch and Deno breakdown Round 1 of the NBA playoffs and look ahead to a couple of the matchups that lie ahead. Deno uses this moment to deliver a rant for the ages (18:20) where he pulls no punches, laying into Bart's comments about Marcus Morris not being an "impact player." Truly hilarious. Backyard Gambling, What Drives, and AOB wrap up the show this week on Border Line Raptors.
This week for Bleav in Clippers hosts Jesse Kass and Alex Acker talk about the Clippers defeating the Dallas Mavericks in 7 games. The two break down the game 7 victory, the incredible play of Kawhi Leonard, Paul George stepping up, the adaptability of Ty Lue, and big contributions of Terance Mann, Luke Kennard, Reggie Jackson, Marcus Morris, and Nic Batum. Then the hosts take a look at the upcoming 2nd round series against the Utah Jazz and some of the potential keys and matchups to look out for.
On today's episode, I discuss Julio Jones getting traded to the Tennessee Titans for a 2nd Round Pick and Cap Space Flexibility in the future. Also, the Hawks pulled a huge upset of the 76ers in Game 1, and I felt I, as mayor of “Warriors South” needed to make an official proclamation. Also, we review the Mavericks-Clippers Game 7, how Marcus Morris and Luke Kennard made me eat my words, and Luka's High Usage Rate came back to doom the Mavericks with a 27% 3PT shooting night as a team. Follow our work here https://linktr.ee/ComicalSports
On this episode of Buckets, Kearns, Kyle and Besaw go over a huge week of NBA news. Besaw and Kearns react to the Celtics Mayhem of Danny Ainge stepping down and Brad Stevens stepping up. The boys talk about LeBron and the Lakers in trouble vs the Suns. Kyle gives his thoughts on the future of the Miami Heat. The Buckets Crew goes over the incredible series between the Trailblazers and the Nuggets and Dame's historical performance. Tune into Buckets every Wednesday @ 7:00p ET only on JDF Sports. Time Stamps courtesy of Besaw: 7:05 what is going on with the Celtics 7:10 comments from the people 7:20 other coaching options 7:23 van Gundy Slander 7:33 LeFt 7:36 is Bron’s ankle okay or is he old now? 7:40 Cam Payne Campaigns to show he can bring the pain 7:41 Kuzma sucks 7:43 Big Brain LeBron tanked game 5 to catch us all unaware 7:50 we have not touched the games yet 7:51 The Sun has gone out, Deer now rule the south, the Baratheons have taken Dorne 8:03 Ben Simmons shoots with the wrong hand 8:07 Basketball Nets are a terrible Logo 8:11 Is this the NBA finals in the second round? (No obviously the finals is the fourth round) 8:16 Justin just tried to say Marcus Morris was good 8:18 oh yo Bryan is here! 8:20 Knickerboxers are getting their pants pulled down by Trae 8:24 Kaz is pulling out the deep cuts in the comments 8:26 shall henceforth be known as Dame-Time 8:30 McCollum trades 8:35 Is this the Peak? Is it all down hill from here? 8:40 Ja is cool and also the man 8:41 Without the people we are nothing
In an opening-round rematch from the 2020 playoffs, the Mavericks have stunned many by stealing the first two games in Los Angeles. As the Clippers scramble for answers as to how to slow down Luka Doncic and company’s electric offense, The Athletic’s Law Murray breaks it all down. Is the series all but over? If not, how can the Clippers give themselves a fighting chance? If the Mavs do eliminate them, what’s the likelihood that franchise cornerstone Kawhi Leonard will leave in the offseason? Murray tackles these and many other timely LAC topics. 14:35-15:08: “The Clippers chose a lot of this. They chose their opponent. They chose a lot of the narratives that went into how they got here. They chose health over whatever could have been gained by playing the last two regular-season games. They chose their path. Now they’re in a situation where things are as hard as they can be. Either the Clippers are gonna overcome it and it’s going to be like, ‘Wooh, well, you got through that.’ Or they’re not gonna be around after next weekend. That’s it! 27:10-27:46: “The Clippers need to play with a lead, and then they won’t have to do the crazy stuff that comes with these unorthodox lineups and unorthodox defenses. They’re doing it because they have to create events to regain some level of control when they’re running out of time. … That’s where the Clippers are in trouble. They’re playing a catch-up game against a team that you don’t wanna be playing catch-up against.” 28:02-28:12: “They’re not getting enough out of Zu. Honestly, that’s been the biggest concern. [Mavericks head coach] Rick Carlisle should get a lot of credit for taking Ivica Zubac out of this series.” 34:19-34:25: “The Clippers have a surplus of options [to defend Doncic]. It’s just that not enough of them are good right now.” 39:06-40:25: “Marcus [Morris] is a vet. Marcus is supposed to be the guy that exudes toughness, that’s supposed to be the third scorer, that’s supposed to be the shooter, that’s supposed to be the versatile defender, that’s supposed to be able to respond when the team needs a response, and Marcus has been really, really bad. … The impact Marcus has had on this series compared to Tim Hardaway Jr. is the difference in this series. … For Marcus to be a no-show right now, the Clippers aren’t winning this series. They’re not getting close with Marcus playing as poorly as he’s played.” 48:41-48:52: “This Dallas team game-planned to take away the things that hurt them last year, and it’s just tough beating a team two years in a row in the playoffs.” Sponsor: Use code TBPN during sign-up at DraftKings.com to claim your free shot at millions of dollars in total prizes.
Seven of the eight first-round NBA playoff series are set: Sixers vs. Wizards, Nets vs. Celtics, Bucks vs. Heat, Knicks vs. Hawks, Suns vs. Lakers, Nuggets vs. Blazers and Clippers vs. Mavericks. Dan is joined by Bleacher Report's Grant Hughes (@gt_hughes) to preview ALL OF THEM. We also discuss the Jazz's potential first-round matchup with the Warriors or Grizzlies, and how we expect that to shake out. TIMESTAMPS⬇️
Nick Angstadt (@NickVanExit) and Isaac Harris (@IsaacLHarris) react to the last game of the season and the matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Clippers. The guys rundown the biggest returning storylines from last year's Playoff Series between the Mavs & Clips including Luka Doncic's Game Winner, Kristaps Porzingis' Injuries & Ejection, Marcus Morris' antics, and more. Then they discuss some new storylines that have emerged this season including Rajon Rondo, LAC tanking their last few games to matchup with Dallas, and the new additions to both teams. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Mavericks Podcast on these platforms…
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Dr. Shap and Mike Jaglin (@Mjags24) talk about a hilarious game against the Detroit Pistons to close the homestand, where defense was not in high display. The Pistons rode high powered offensive games from Marcus Morris and Paul George as well as quality contributions across the board from their role players without Kawhi Leonard. Now, the team heads on the road.
Are the Clippers The toughest team in the league with Rondo, Marcus Morris, Pat Beverly, Demarcus Cousins, and Kawhi Lenard? NFL Draft: Who is the best player in this year’s draft? Paul Pierce fired from espn. DMX In a Vegetative state. Thoughts? Is The George Floyd Trial changing the way The Badge is being viewed? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kalum-vaughns/support
The Lakers return to Staples as the road team, but the Clippers hit half their shots from deep as they blow out the Lake Show, 104-86. The Lakers have now lost 6 games in their past 9 games. The 86 points scored by the Lakers are a season-low. The Clippers were led by Marcus Morris who scored 22 points and grabbed 7 rebounds as well as Kawhi Leonard who was 2 assists away from recording a triple-double, finishing with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 assists. Marc Gasol was one of only three Lakers to scored double-digits and was the only starter to score more than 9 points. Montrezl Harrell and Talen Horton Tucker were the other two Lakers to score in double-digits with 19 and 16 respectively. The Lakers head back on the road as they will travel to the East Coast to take on the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday afternoon.
On this episode I got a chance to chat with Marcus Morris. Marcus has come back from a brutal quad injury and his process was incredible to listen to.follow Marcus on IG here:https://www.instagram.com/marcusmorris15/Support the show patreon here:http://www.patreon.com/triggerwarningconjugate
Hey there's a big issue with the Clippers late game shot selection, awesome! The LA Clippers lose to the Boston Celtics 117-112 and some concern is rising about the crunch time offensive possessions, Clippers fans vote on the Clippers 6MOTY up to this point, and Kawhi Leonard shouldn't play in the All Star Game Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ken and Alex discuss: Anthony Davis' injury Nets vs. Lakers Bucks 1-5 without Holiday Jazz still playing great Waiver targets like Wendell Carter, Grayson Allen, Marcus Morris, Jae'Sean Tate, Jae Crowder, Theo Maledon Friday's DFS slate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Down 4 starters? Who cares. The Clippers pull off the upset in Miami behind 32 from Marcus Morris and fantastic contributions from everyone else on the roster as well, answering Clippers fan questions about Blake Griffin (among other things) on Twitter Tuesday, and picking the worst names for the Clippers rebrand Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin Wilson, aka LAClippersFilm on Twitter, joins the show this week. We discuss Terance Mann's development, Marcus Morris concerns, Ibaka vs Zu, Lou time, and so much more. What will unlock Luke Kennard? Who has the best pregame ritual? Is Kawhi taking bad shots? All that answered and more!
Robert Horry breaks down LeBron James vs Courtside Karen that was all over the Internet in the last few days, and talks about the altercations he's had with hecklers over the years. Plus it's the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers Tyronn Lue - who reflects on his relationship with Big Shot Bob, the strengths of his Clippers squad, Marcus Morris and Pat Beverley being the toughest players and emotional leaders of his team, and . And Draymond Green's hilarious post-game destruction of Rodney McGruder leads to a great conversation about NBA tough guys - and Robert's take on the all-offense no-defense Brooklyn Nets. Plus Robert's take on Deshaun Watson and the big recent NFL moves. Follow the show on all social platforms @bigshotbobpod - or email email@example.com.