In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed the NBA Playoffs, including the Philadelphia Sixers with “76ers Postgame Live” Analyst John Celestand (Start-26:15). Then, we discussed each of the other NBA series (26:15-38:13). Then, I asked the question and ignited the debate, “Who is doing more for his team as a second option, Dwayne Wade or Russell Westbrook?” (38:13-44:10). We then went back to the Conference Finals discussion with the Spurs and Clippers series and other NBA issues, including Stan Van Gundy’s firing in Orlando (44:10-1:10:47). We then moved on to the NHL Playoffs and discussed the New York Rangers vs. New Jersey Devils series (1:10:47-1:18:04), then talked with Niko Amato of the Maryland Lacrosse team that is in the Final Four (1:18:04-1:33:25), then interviewed Westy Hopkins of the Notre Dame Lacrosse team (1:33:25-1:45:53). We then went back to our NHL discussion with Rangers and Devils talk and then Kings vs. Coyotes analysis (1:45:53-1:54:48).
By Bob Long on May 21, 2012
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