The Triangle Podcast: Chris Ryan, Robert Mays, Amos Barshad, and David Jacoby
This week on the Triangle Podcast, I talked to my NBA Playoffs Shootaround co-pilot, Robert Mays, about the Greek economy. J/K, we talked about the playoffs. Mays and I discussed the very entertaining Grizzlies-Clippers series, the joys of watching Chris Paul in the fourth quarter, and whether Vinny Del Negro has anything written on that piece of paper of his. We also bid farewell to the Knicks-Heat series, heaped praise on JaVale McGee, and talked about how the Bulls-Sixers will end our friendship. Peace, Mays. I hate you.
Amos Barshad then joined me to talk about his beloved Celtics, Rajon Rondo’s need for attention, and the similarity between Amos’s facial hair and that of Danilo Gallinari.
The pod wraps up with “casual American soccer fan” David Jacoby grilling me on the final weekend of the English Premier League, the upcoming Euro 2012 tournament, and the future of the U.S. Men’s National Team. Enjoy!
Listen to Thursday’s podcast here.
Filed Under: Amos Barshad, Chris Ryan, David Jacoby, English Premier League, Grantland Network, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Manchester City, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, NBA Playoffs, New York Knicks, Robert Mays