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One of the younger, newer WFNY’ers, Ryan Jones, came on the podcast to give the young man’s perspective on the NBA All Star game and a bunch of other stuff. Overall there were a few rough audio moments where Ryan sounded like Max Headroom, but I think we survived. Kyrie Irving and the all star break Live music vs. the album Ryan quotes a Kesha song (No, really.) The VMAs and how old you have to be to still watch them John Legend and his great National Anthem Rookie Sophomore game Muggsy Bogues and Brook Lopez doing a buddy cop film NBA Pictures vs. WWE pictures “Breaking Ankles” and how common NBA language confuses regular people The Cavaliers and tanking Dan Gilbert’s ability to sell a rebuild and how long he has to “finish” What if it doesn’t work? Will the Cavs have an asterisk next to them until the day LeBron retires? NBA vs. Branding vs. older fans Drew Carey’s sports ownership and fans voting on the fate of the GM Seattle Sounders draw 50,000 fans a game Listen at Stitcher —————- Subscribe on iTunes
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