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Ep. 58 Aaron Torres Sports Podcast – Boogie to the Warriors + The Good and Bad of July 4

July 3, 2018


It’s a new week and an all new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast! After hosting two episodes solo (as well as filling in a day on Kentucky Sports Radio), Nick Coffey is back and joins Aaron to talk about the biggest stories from across college basketball and the NBA. The fellas discuss:
Boogie Cousins to the Warriors: The guys react to the shocking news that Boogie is now a member of the two-time defending champions. Aaron explains why he isn’t upset by the news – and why this may actually may him like the Warriors more. Plus, what kind of impact can Boogie actually have? And also, is it time to question what Adam Silver has actually done for the NBA?
A quick look at LeBron to the Lakers: Every sports show in America is talking LeBron to LA and Aaron and Nick couldn’t help but turn their attention there for a second. The guys discuss why LeBron choosing business over basketball is bad for the NBA, and what the heck is Magic Johnson doing with all the other moves besides LeBron? Also, does Rajon Rondo’s signing mean the end of Lonzo Ball in LA?
What are realistic expectations for Kentucky next year? Following up on Aaron’s visit to Kentucky Sports Radio, Aaron and Nick break down what are realistic expectations for Kentucky next year? The guys explain why “National championship or bust” is the wrong attitude to have, but why all the pieces are there anyway.
Plus, the guys talk the best and worst of 4th of July. They ask: When did setting off fireworks for a whole week become a thing? And why they’re both OUT on the hot dog eating contest.
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