Talking About Practice: Episode 14, Zach Lowe

Zach Lowe of Sports Illustrated’s hoops blog The Point Forward stopped by to talk about Chris Paul and David Stern. Of course, this is the NBA story of the offseason, so we dug into the conspiracy theories and other possible explanations for why the commissioner of the league opted to veto the three-team trade that would have made Chris Paul a Los Angeles Laker.

In other chatter, we talk about the under-discussed juggernaut that is the Memphis Grizzlies, the unthreatening offenses of the Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers, and the sad end of the road for the Boston Celtics as a true contender. For stuff like this and more basketball talk all season, do follow Zach on Twitter as well @ZachLowe_SI.

You can listen below, subscribe to Talking About Practice on iTunes or click here to listen.


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