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Podcast: A Dent In The King’s Crown

In this latest edition of the Hoops Addict podcast, Ryan and Rashad discuss the downfall of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers; the inspired play of the Boston Celtics; we preview both the Eastern and Western Conference Finals, and discuss an uplifting story about Kenny Anderson.

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Rashad Mobley
Rashad Mobley is a senior writer for Hoops Addict who has covered the Washington Wizards with media credentials since the 2008-2009 NBA season. He has appeared on Fox Sports Radio and KRNU 90.3.
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  • Tiffany

    That loss cuts me deep and I hope LBJ makes the decision to stay here in Cleveland. It was a terrible loss and at the end when they weren’t fouling, all I could say is that Mike Brown has had coaching issues all season, so why would he think they would listen to him then. He hadn’t found the perfect grouping of players to have on the court and was inconsistent at times. It’s amazing that they did not put forth any effort in the end to try to at least tie the score. I believe Mike Brown is going to lose out here unfortunately. It’s easy to blame the coach because who wants to blame LBJ? Hopefully he will stay and the management will be able to find him his “Pippen”.

    Peace, Love and Chocolate

  • Ryan McNeill

    Tiffany – Thanks for the feedback! I understand this was a tough loss but what I don’t get is why people are jumping on the anti-Brown bandwagon. What’s up with that? 12 months ago he was named Coach of the Year and this year he guided the Cavs to the best record in the NBA. Nobody complained about his coaching until Cleveland was ousted in the playoffs – what’s up with that noise?