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The Hardwood Knocks crew discusses the continued, mind-melting success of the Spurs, in all its grandeur. Are they set up to dominate the NBA for another decade, even after Tim Duncan retires? Could Kawhi Leonard go down as the greatest Spur ever? Is there anything that could feasibly set San Antonio back? And, most importantly, can the latest version of the Spurs overthrow the league-lording Warriors? As always, remember to subscribe to and rate the podcast on iTunes if you use an iOS device...
It's been four years since Jimmer Fredette debuted in the NBA. After failing to find the right fit with four different teams, Fredette is now a member of the D-League's Westchester Knicks, where he's averaging 23 points, four rebounds and four assists, while shooting 49 percent from the field and 47 percent from three-point range. Listen in as Jimmer talks about the opportunity to play in the D-League, his desire to get back to the NBA and the players who've helped him along the way...
Andy, Dan and Adam discuss their most memorable moments from Kobe's career, talk about his legacy and where he ranks all time. Also, is he having the worst individual season in NBA history?
35 - What Happens First? A Warriors Loss, or a 76ers Win?
34 - Impressions of the First Week of the 2015-16 NBA Season
33 - Utah Jazz 2015-16 Season Preview
32 - Washington Wizards 2015-16 Season Preview
31 - Golden State Warriors 2015-16 Season Preview
30 - San Antonio Spurs 2015-16 Season Preview
29 - Toronto Raptors 2015-16 Season Preview