Found November 19, 2013 on Pass The Pill:
Week three of Court Vision is here. The highly anticipated return of the all-access NBA round table collaboration between Sports-Kings and War Room Sports has finally arrived! Check out War Room Sports and Sports-Kings, as they come together (“Like Voltron”) to team up and bring you an informed look at the NBA season, every Sunday night. Watch the video below and leave us some feedback. This week’s topics cover Rudy Gay’s struggles with efficiency, Omer Asik’s beef with the Houston Rockets, and…. what music do the Memphis Grizzlies listen to in their locker room? Plus LeBron James, NBA player’s friendships, and much, MUCH more. If you missed Episodes one and two, you can check them out by heading on over to Youtube and subscribing to the War Room Sports channel. You can only simply click Episode 1, Episode 2, and Episode 3, here. You can follow the guys on Twitter and discuss all things NBA. Andy Flint- @AndySportsKings Frank Santos- SKLordSantos Jimmy Williams- jwtheblueprint Devin McMillan- @DevMacWRSports B. Austin- @ThoughtEpiphany The post WATCH: Court Vision, Episode 4 appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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