Dennis Keith Rodman was bad as he wanted to be. This week we take an in-depth look at Rodman’s incredible, and truly unique, career in basketball, wrestling, and film.
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Alessandro, Alex, and Jordan, The Big Three of free internet NBA podcasts, are back and excited for the 2012 NBA playoffs. Join your humble hosts as they preview the upcoming battles for the NBA title!
Join Sagramore and his 2 NBA expert friends Alex and Jordan as they explore NBA topics old and new. Brian Scalabrine fans, you won’t want to miss this!
Sagramore is back, and once again teaming up with self-styled NBA expert Jordan. Listen and learn as they break down and build up a juicy finals match up and recap what has been an exciting playoff season.
Seeds 1 and 8— Chicago Bulls vs. Indiana Pacers (Bulls win in 4)
The Bulls are a much better team than Indiana. That is an objective fact. The Pacers are a division foe, and have been heating up lately, but I just can’t give them a win the series. I’m not feeling charitable. Who are we kidding? The Bulls will dominate this series. Chicago is deeper, and more athletic. They also have the only superstar in the series, the very-probably-2011-MVP, Derrick Rose. Plus, Carlos Boozer should still be healthy; I don’t think the oncoming unavoidable freak injury will play in until at least halfway through the second round, though it will happen eventually. Indiana is a nice story, and the team is set up pretty well going forward, (cap space, young pieces etc.) but this team is just not ready to make any noise in the playoffs right now. People really seem to want Danny Granger to be a superstar, but unfortunately he plays like a great #2 option. Roy Hibbert has really come along this year, but he’s still crazy inconsistent, and I can’t see him steadily produce in a playoff series. Tyler Hansbrough has been OK lately, as well, but he’s also an awkward white guy, and unless you’re Larry Bird, that formula doesn’t work in the NBA. Mike Dunleavy is back in the rotation, and he brings some good things to the table, but OH MY GOD the Pacers are boring. I’m done. The Bulls are the #1 seed for a reason, and they’ll win the series with ease.
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