Sep 02

09.02.10 Podcast: Mailbag Edition

By caseyholdahl Posted in: LaMarcusAldridge, JoelPrzybilla, JerrydBayless, GregOden, NicolasBatum, RudyFernandez, podcast, LukeBabbitt, worldchampionships
Dave and I take a different approach to this week's podcast. Instead of coming up with our own topics, Dave Deckard, he of, and I, Casey Holdahl of, devote most of the podcast to answering your questions about Rudy Fernandez, Greg Oden, Joel Przybilla, the "youth experiment," the national media love for the Oklahoma City Thunder and whether salary cap trades are good for the league. We also discuss the goings on at the FIBA World Championships to start off the podcast. It's long, but I think it's pretty good. Maybe not world class, but close.

September 2 Podcast

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By the way, if you have questions you'd like answered in upcoming podcasts, go ahead and leave those queries in the comments and I'll make sure we get to them the next time around.


  1. Casey,

    Love that the podcast is back. That being said I have to take issue with your assertion that there isn't a parity issue in the NBA as compared to the NFL or even Baseball. In the last 30 years, 19 different MLB teams have won a world series and 14 NFL teams went to the super bowl. Meanwhile in the NBA only 8 teams have become champions during that time frame. Surely some of that disparity can be explained by the effect that a superstar like Tim Duncan can have on a team, but isn't there something else going on? Can you even imagine a Hornets / Pacers NBA Finals series?

    by Blake C Hickman on 9/3/2010 12:19 PM
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