The We Can’t Dunk team digs in to All-Star weekend. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
We talk about LeBron’s displeasure in Cleveland. We talk about some potential landing spots for some players before the trade deadline. We end the show with some bold predictions.
The Warriors will shock the world and alter the NBA landscape by trading perennial All-Star Klay Thompson this season. Here’s why.
Ryan sounds OFF on why he feels LeBron James was the true spawn of super teams, which resulted in the lack of parity we find in the NBA today. His stance is controversial – but is he right?
During the segment “Back In The Day”, Ryan speaks about one of the all-time sports tragedies, Len Bias. A must listen as he pays tribute and sheds light on one of the most mind blowing events in history.
The We Can’t Dunk Team talks the possibility of Kawhi Leonard leaving San Antonio, some should-be deadline deals, Jason Kidd out as Head Coach in Milwaukee, rough times in Cleveland and Lee Henwood educates the youth on “Pistol” Pete Maravich. Listen NOW!
Ryan “8-Ball” Brady does it again. Fresh off educating us on all the greatness of Elgin Baylor in our new segment “Oh, You Didn’t Know?”, the Lakers have announced mere days later they’re finally giving Elgin his statue outside Staples Centre.
Episode 13 will be launching in the coming days but in the meantime, enjoy this highlight from the show as we pay tribute to one of the pioneers of basketball.
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The We Can’t Dunk Team get together for the second show of 2018. They talk All-Star Weekend festivities, New Year’s resolutions for the Raptors, Grizzlies and Knicks and in “This Was Locker Room Talk”, Lee and Ryan duel it out for who they feel was the best PF of the 2000’s; Dirk Nowitzki or Tim Duncan. Listen NOW! #YouTubeKilledTheDunkContest
The team talks the current state of affairs in the Western Conference, the Ball’s heading to Lithuania, the Rockets recent dominance and the second instalment of “This Was Locker Room Talk” where Lee and Ryan discuss who’d they take; John Stockton or Steve Nash. Listen NOW!