The Warriors face their first real crisis since signing KD
Fresh of dropping Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals at home to the Rockets, that evened the series at 2-2, the banged up Warriors face a must-win Game 5 in Houston, tonight. Colin thinks if Golden State loses, they’ll lose the series and sees it as the team’s first real crisis since signing Kevin Durant two years ago.
With Steph Curry and Klay Thompson at less than 100% and Andre Iguodala out, the Warriors will need a huge game from Durant to get the win. He’ll have to show that he’s capable of dominating when he doesn’t have a full compliment of stars around him.
The Celtics won’t close out the Cavs in Cleveland
The Celtics bounced back with a big win in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals after getting blown out in two games in Cleveland. Brad Stevens crew looked reinvigorated and crisp in front of the home fans and toppled a winded LeBron and his lackluster supporting cast.
Even another A game in front of their home fans to take a 3-2 series lead, Colin doesn’t think Boston will close out the series in Cleveland in Game 6 because they’ve show they’re too young to win on the road and were finished a quarter into Games 3 and 4.
Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio talking Cleveland getting blown out in Boston and why this team is worse than the 2007 Finals team.
Eric Mangini – Former Jets and Browns Head Coach on the NFL’s anthem policy and why Tom Brady skipping OTA’s is being overblown.
Jim Jackson – FS1 NBA analyst and 14-year NBA veteran discusses LeBron’s mental fatigue and potential destinations after the season.