Not Just a Shooter 1.4: Steph Curry’s Injury Podcast Comment Count

Seth May 24th, 2018 at 6:20 AM

46 minutes and 27 seconds

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1. HOUSTON-GOLDEN STATE: THIS SERIES IS TERRIBLE BASKETBALL IS RUINED FOREVER WARRIORS IN FI—OH.

starts at 1:00

Alex loses and regains his Michigan card. We can talk about Game 4, or we could talk about the 2004 Detroit Pistons! Eh? Eh? Ben Wallace? Eh? Okay, let’s talk about the most insane basketball game we’ve ever seen. When we talk about Isolation ball it’s still always coming after a screen—it’s a matchup game. One team has Durant.

2. POSTMORTEMS

starts at 27:40

We discuss the future of the (now long-demised) Utah Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans, two teams with bright futures and one or two major summer decisions ahead. We are not bitter about Donovan Mitchell. We are not bitter about Donovan Mitchell. We are not bitter about Donovan Mitchell.

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MUSIC

  • “Feelin Frisky”—Syl Johnson
  • “Across 110th Street”

THE USUAL LINKS

Still not bitter.

Comments

maize-blue

May 24th, 2018 at 9:16 AM ^

Warriors had some really ugly possessions down the stretch in Game 4. 

They had a couple of big runs in that game but other than that they seemed pretty flat. I feel like it takes a lot to get the Warriors motivated. Houston was clearly playing with more urgency and emotion.

Benoit Balls

May 24th, 2018 at 11:07 AM ^

quick question about Steph's injury.  Is he always injured or just whe he isnt playing well? Is he injured when he's dancing on the court in front of the Rockets bench, or is his injury something that comes and goes?  It's just odd how it only seems to be a factor when things aren't going well for him, I find that kind of injury fascinating