B.S. Report: Steve Kerr

Pau Gasol, Andrew Bynum Just so you know, last night was like basketball nirvana for me. First, the Sixers knocked off the no. 1 seed Bulls, giving my beloved Celtics the possibility of having home-court in Round 2. Then, the banged-up Celtics squeezed out an emotional Game 6 win at home and vanquished Atlanta, propelling them into the second round. And then, to cap things off, the Lakers self-destructed in Denver – highlighted by Bynum sulking on the bench!!! — and have to play Game 7 against the surging Nuggets. I loved last night and I want to relive it again and again and again. But since that was impossible, I brought on one of the guys who called Game 6  for TNT in Denver — our friend Steve Kerr — to talk about Round One, as well as the playoff picture, great point guards, Clippers-Grizzlies, JaVale McGee, Greg Oden and even his recent Grantland column about the one and done rule.

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Previously on the B.S. Report:

JackO, Mark Titus, and Bill’s Dad
Joe House and Lord Stanley’s Keeper
Ric Bucher and Rembert Browne
JackO and Jonah Keri
Two-Part Joe House Podcast

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