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BIGS N smalls | The Break | Episode 11

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With the Cleveland Cavaliers getting their tiny-point-guard-that-could back in Isaiah Thomas, we decide to look at the tiny men of the NBA.

What will IT mean to the Cavs?

Can you win with a small point guard as your BEST player?

Will Justin ever embrace being Ace Ventura?

Hosts’ Twitters:

Phil Boileau: twitter.com/SportingPhil
Justin Rowan: twitter.com/Cavsanada
Meaghan Engels: twitter.com/meaghan_e

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Christmas Day Showdowns | The Break | Episode 10

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The crew looks at what teams got snubbed for Christmas day, what games were most entertaining and if we’re all tired of a cavs vs. dubs matchup.

Hosts’ Twitters:

Phil Boileau: twitter.com/SportingPhil
Justin Rowan: twitter.com/Cavsanada
Meaghan Engels: twitter.com/meaghan_e

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Dads & Draft Picks | The Break | Episode 9

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What player needs a new home?

The Lakers’ rebranded “LaVar Ball Rule.”

And rookie reconsideration?

 

Hosts’ Twitters:

Phil Boileau: twitter.com/SportingPhil
Justin Rowan: twitter.com/Cavsanada
Meaghan Engels: twitter.com/meaghan_e

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UPS & DOWNS | The Break | Episode 8

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Art by Andrew Hamilton

The trio is finally back together! This week they decide if the Clippers should take an L and sell off the team—starting with DeAndre Jordan—and was it really a Fiz vs. Gasol classic NBA power struggle or is there more to the story? And finally, the Pacers have found themselves with a 12–9 record and have won their last seven-of-10 games—how long can they keep it going?

 

Hosts’ Twitters:

Phil Boileau: twitter.com/SportingPhil
Justin Rowan: twitter.com/Cavsanada
Meaghan Engels: twitter.com/meaghan_e

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