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Durant/BrooksLayne Murdoch Jr./NBAE/Getty ImagesSVP & Russillo weigh in on Kevin Durant's decision to sit out the final game of the regular season.

Wednesday, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discuss the last day of the NBA regular season, Mike D'Antoni's future with the Lakers and more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo talk about Kevin Durant's decision to sit out the final game of the season. Both say they don't have a problem with Durant taking the night off even though it guarantees that Carmelo Anthony will win the scoring title. SVP & Russillo also talk about the Lakers' playoff chances and how Mike D'Antoni's future is tied into the results of Wednesday night's game. Listen

ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler says he's thrilled that Kevin Durant is sitting out the final game of the season because it sends a message that the postseason is more important than the scoring title. Legler also talks about the pressure facing the Thunder if they fall short of winning a championship this season and the best postseason matchup for the Lakers. Listen

Former Oregon DE and NFL draft prospect Dion Jordan talks about his preparations for the NFL draft, his standout final season with the Ducks, how he believes Chip Kelly's approach will work with an NFL roster, the allegations against the Oregon football program and more. Listen

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney discusses the possible trade market for Miami's Giancarlo Stanton and Tampa's David Price. Olney also talks about the improved atmosphere in the Red Sox clubhouse, Atlanta's scorching start and the Braves' amazing knack for finding talent overlooked by other clubs. Listen

One Big Thing - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo talk about the life and career of Pat Summerall and say although Summerall wasn't perfect, the voice of authority he lent to all games he called will surely be missed. Listen

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