Hour 2: Pac-12 Playing Again

Jay Williams says a championship this year would be his greatest achievement to date. The Pac-12 is back and the guys go at it about whether or not the self-proclaimed conference of champions will have a team in playoff or not. Plus, Bart Scott stops by to discuss the Jets and Giants and how much longer Gase could have a job in the Big Apple.

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Hour 1: Lakers One Win Away From Finals

The Lakers defeated the Nuggets in Game 4 and now have a commanding 3-1 lead needing just one win to reach their first Finals since 2010. The guys don’t think the Nuggets can come back from 3-1 again. Plus, ESPN NFL Senior Reporter Jeremy Fowler joins the show to discuss the potential of Antonio Brown to the Texans and other NFL storylines.

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Hour 4: JWill Joins The Show

Jay Williams joins the show for the final hour after covering a wild Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Atlanta Dream Guard Renee Montgomery joins the show to discuss the grand jury’s decision for the police officers that killed Breonna Taylor. Montgomery offers up tangible action items to create change. Plus, Paul Pierce can’t get up like Jay can.

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Hour 3: Tony Allen & Adam Schefter

2008 NBA World Champion Tony Allen joins the show to discuss Tyler Herro’s massive night to propel the Heat to a 3-1 lead over the Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals. Plus, ESPN Senior NFL Insider Adam Schefter joins the show to discuss how Tyrod Taylor’s injury happened through a team doctor.

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Hour 2: Heat Looking To Close Out

The Heat took a commanding 3-1 lead over the Celtics last night and will look to close out. Keyshawn believes the Celtics are done for the Heat will meet the Lakers in the Finals. Plus, ESPN NFL Analyst Damien Woody joins the show to break down the first two weeks of the NFL season.

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Hour 1: Sports World Reacts To Breonna Taylor News

The sports world had strong reaction to two of the three officers not being charged in the death of Breonna Taylor and the third receiving wanton endangerment. Key gives his thoughts on the situation and we hear from some of the biggest names in sports reacting. Plus, Buster Olney joins the show to discuss the Dodgers chances to win the World Series and how the MLB reacted to the news from Louisville yesterday.

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Hour 4: An Analyst To Be Named Later...

We get our first KJZ / Get Up trade…as Jay heads over to Get Up and Dan Graziano joins the show to talk about the expectations for Mahomes and what the role of Jalen Hurts is going to be with Carson Wentz & the Eagles struggling so far this season. Author of the book “The Dynasty”, Jeff Benedict joins the show to talk about the access he got to Bill Belichick & Robert Kraft and why the owner was the most unsung hero of the Patriots dynasty. Coach Ed Orgeron joins to talk about the plan to replace Joe Burrow and the rest of the talent they lost to the NFL after their national championship season and what to expect from Myles Brennan.

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Hour 3: Worried About the Lakers?

Key isn’t worried about the Lakers…YET. Jay tells us why this series is way closer than everyone expected. George Karl joins to talk about how impressed he is by Nicola Jokic & Jamal Murray in the playoffs. Plus, we play…FILL IN THE BLANK!

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Hour 2: New Face in Chicago

Jay is pretty ‘meh’ about the Bulls hiring Billy Donovan as their new head coach. Both Key & Jay wish they’d stop ‘re-heating’ the same guys and get some new blood in as head coaches in the NBA. Adrian Wojnarowski joins to talk about how the Donovan hire came about. Ryan Clark joins to talk about why Cam is better than Brady for the Pats RIGHT NOW and why the NFL MVP is Russell Wilson’s to lose.

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Hour 1: Resilient Nuggets

The Nuggets showed their resiliency last night in their Game 3 win. The guys wonder who’s going to step up for the Lakers to help LeBron & AD…because there’s not much more those guys can do. Marc Kestecher joins to talk about why this series could be way closer than everyone thinks. Plus, is Patrick Mahomes entering LeBron James territory as far as “title or bust” expectations?

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