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Thursday, June 27, 2013
Show In Review


Doc Rivers
Doc Rivers talks about his exit from Boston and his plans to take the Clippers to the next level.

Thursday, Scott Van Pelt discusses the reports that Dwight Howard won't re-sign with the Lakers, prepares for the NBA draft and much more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

Clippers coach Doc Rivers chats about his departure from Boston, what went into his decision to leave, his memories with the Celtics and how he plans to take the Clippers to the next level. Listen

Scott Van Pelt talks about the reports that Dwight Howard won't re-sign with the Lakers and says Howard's actions over the past several season makes LeBron James' exit from Cleveland seem tame. Listen

Jozy Altidore
Jozy Altidore with Scott (and Ryen) in studio.

Maryland coach Mark Turgeon discusses his excitement surrounding the possibility that Alex Len will be the top pick in the draft, talks about Len's development on and off the court over the past year and explains why Len's game will translate well in the NBA. Listen

ESPN NBA Draft Insider Chad Ford says the Cavaliers are entertaining trade offers for the top pick in the draft, discusses the players with the most potential, explains why he thinks Nerlens Noel will be the number one pick and says Alex Len has the best chance of being a bust. Listen

Team USA forward Jozy Altidore discusses becoming the face of American soccer, the success of the MLS in the pacific northwest, what it will take for Americans to become passionate about the sport and his expectations for the 2014 World Cup. Listen

Ryen Russillo calls into the show to talk about the rumors he's hearing surrounding the NBA draft, the reports that Dwight Howard won't re-sign with the Lakers and the chances that the Celtics and Nets make a trade involving Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce. Listen

ESPN the Magazine's Chad Millman dishes on the latest issue of the magazine, which focuses on the trend of colleges recruiting middle schoolers and projects the win totals for a number of college football powers. Listen