As NBA free agency approaches, all eyes are on Kawhi. However, there is a man named Jimmy Butler who is commanding some attention, too. What will the Sixers do if they can’t re-sign Mr. Buckets? Who’s next on their wish list?
The launch angle philosophy in MLB has worked itself into every clubhouse. However, there are still those who think it puts the batter at a disadvantage. Is this a case where analytics has become too dominant?
In another interesting week in sports, Jigsaw (@TCutillo23), John (@PGHJohn36), and Dave (@Coachdickson365) cover all the current topics, local and national, while going around the world of sports to digest the various perspectives.
On this episode, they cover the above stories and touch on the following topics:
- Phillies trade targets
- Should John Mallee take the blame for the lack of offensive production in Philly?
- Chili Davis and the Cubs’ turnaround
- Next move for the Sixers in free agency
- NBA Draft recap
- Zion, JA, or RJ?
- 90s R&B queens
- 90s hip-hop kings
- Trending: Slurpee Delivery
- Trending: Rent-a-Wardrobe
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