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The Sports Inquirer presents: Stagger Screen Podcast 6 (NBA Free Agency recap) (7.6.19) #nbafreeagency #nbafreeagency2019 #durant #lebron #kahwi

In this edition of the Stagger Screen Podcast, we discuss the NBA Offseason to date, particularly:

-Brooklyn signing Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving
-The impact of the Los Angeles Clippers signing of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George will have in the NBA championship landscape
-The offseason struggles of Oklahoma City and New York
-Whether Boston (Kemba Walker) and Philadelphia (Al Horford) really improved with its free agency acquisitions
-The potential hypocrisy of Jimmy Butler signing with Miami
-Whether Golden State and Toronto are still a championship contenders
-The moves of playoff contenders Milwaukee (Kris Middleton and Brook Lopez), Indiana (Malcolm Brodgon) and Utah (Bojan Bogdanovic)
-Were the signing of veterans by Charlotte (Terry Rozier), Orlando (Nikola Vukovic) and Sacramento (Harrison Barnes and Dewayne Dedmon worth it
-What’s next for the Los Angeles Lakers
-The handling of Zion Williamson in the summer league by New Orleans

Stagger Screen Podcast 6 (NBA Free Agency recap) (7.6.19)

The Sports Inquirer Show 21 (7.3.18) #sportsinquirershow #sportsinquirer #nbafreeagency #lebronjames #worldcup #atlutd #atlantaunited #atlantabraves #nhlfreeagency

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In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss NBA Free Agency particularly LeBron James to Lakers (2:00-31:00), The World Cup and Atlanta United (31:00-49:00) as well as our Miscellaneous Department featuring the Atlanta Braves and John Tavares signing with the Toronto Maple Leafs in NHL Free Agency (49:00-62:00).

 

Backdoor Cut: Cleveland #Cavs #LeBron James, Kevin Love and #Kyrie Irving presser 5.8.16

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The Sports Inquirer attended the post-game presser of Cleveland Cavs’ players Kevin Love (left), LeBron James (middle) and Kyrie Irving (right) following their team’s 100-99 road playoff win over the Atlanta Hawks in game four of their series on May 9. Cleveland won the series four games to none.
Love had game-high 27 points and game-high 13 rebounds for a double-double. James and Irving each had 21 points.  James grabbed 10 rebounds as well for a double-double.
Topics included thoughts on the win and the Cavs’ perfect record in the postseason through eight games.