Take/Off | Monday, May 7 | The Playoffs, Round Two

Join No Coast Bias writers Brian Hall and Alex Schubauer as they discuss and debate the biggest news and hottest takes from around the NBA. Be sure to share your thoughts with them on Twitter, or by commenting.

This week, we look at how round one of the NBA playoffs ended, and how round two went completely different than expected. We talk about the inevitability of LeBron James, what Toronto needs to do to break through in the East, and why this series has been so much easier than round one.

We then look at Boston and Philadelphia, which boils down to the pure wizardry of Brad Stevens. We also look out West and say New Orleans can push Golden State to six games even as we give live score updates of the Warriors opening game four on a tear.

Finally, we discuss Houston and Utah, which is the most boring series of this round, to be honest. Oh well, Utah fans, you’ve already exceeded expectations.

Thanks for listening. And don’t forget, you can subscribe and listen to this podcast on iTunes, or through No Coast Bias dot com!

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