Rudy Campos Jr. and Carolina Teague join Noah Magaro-George to discuss the NBA finals and the future of the Spurs.
On Sunday night, as Jimmy Butler exploded for a 40-point triple-double to give Miami its first NBA finals victory in 2020, LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers squandered a perfect opportunity to go 3-0 up on the Heat.
After skipping game three, will Anthony Davis and the rest of the Lakers’ supporting cast bounce back in style, or will the Heat realistically balance the Goran Dragic and Bam Adebayo series on their way back into the lineup?
Both questions are answered by Noah Magaro-George, Carolina Teague and Rudy Campos Jr. and the controversy between Jordan and LeBron is discussed, as well as whether the 2020 postseason taught the San Antonio Spurs anything about how to develop a challenger from scratch.
In five years, the Spurs were headed for their third final. The top 3 were always called “worn out” and bored. In contrast, LeBron James was one of the most entertaining stars in the NBA. The first outing took a poor Cleveland Cavaliers team to the 2007 NBA Finals.