Episode 20: A Different Duo

Because of an unexpected absence, John Meyer and I were left to play the two-man game on the 20th episode of the Break the Huddle Show.

In what was, well, a different mood, feel, edge and overall atmosphere we started by recapping the recent week of Minnesota Timberwolves action. Las week on Episode 19, Billy Bohl, Meyer, and myself all agreed that the Wolves — despite being on the road — would emerge victorious from road meetings with the Phoenix Suns, Sacramento Kings, and Denver Nuggets. Pretty sure we were promised champagne, but because of ‘Bohl’s absence’ Meyer neglected to bring bottles for us to pop. It just wouldn’t be the same without our fearless leader sitting with us at the table.

We also touched on some other topics around the league, so look for those on a separate post later today. Among them…

  • The NBA D-League — is it a better place to develop players?
  • Western and Eastern Conference playoff races — just how tight are they?
  • Jimmer Fredette — sick of they hype?
  • LeBron James — 61 points, that’s a lot of scoring.

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