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PBT Podcast: Recapping the trade deadline, and talking Heat, Bulls, Spurs, Clippers

Feb 22, 2013, 1:56 PM EDT

Josh Smith

In this edition of the podcast, Kurt Helin and I break down all of the action that went down at Thursday’s trade deadline, and even some that didn’t.

We discuss all the little trades, as well as the one involving J.J. Redick trade that was the biggest of the day, and the one involving Josh Smith that never came to pass.

After an extensive deadline discussion, we recap the Thursday night TNT games.

We discuss how Miami is hitting its stride, and the situation with the Bulls, as they await the return of Derrick Rose.

Finally, we turn our attention out West, where the Spurs seem to have the Clippers’ number. We wrap it up with wondering about the future of Vinny Del Negro in Los Angeles, should the Clippers exit the playoffs earlier than expected.

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PBT Podcast 2-22-13

  1. surfoside4life - Feb 22, 2013 at 2:36 PM

    spurs seem to have the clippers number??? until last night the clippers were 2-0 against the spurs on the season. last night was the clippers first game since the all star break and it was the spurs second. don’t read into this too much. clippers will contend i guarantee it

    • surfoside4life - Feb 22, 2013 at 2:39 PM

      and the spurs barely beat the kings in their first game back the break. one of the worst teams in the league.

      • Distinguished Male - Feb 22, 2013 at 5:46 PM

        It’s like, in a season of 82 games, you can’t put too much importance into one game.

        Like how everyone is trying to say that trading Harden was the worst thing the Thunder could have done, just because he had an “eff you” game.

        Think the Thunder will be juuuuust fine.

  2. mpasse - Feb 22, 2013 at 3:19 PM

    The Clippers lineup is just fine; their biggest problems are, they stand around too much at times and they could use a little beef inside. What’s ridiculous is that Tony Parker is not getting serious talk as league MVP. The guy has been sensational. He is overlooked year after year. Why? Because he’s French? Because he gets the hot women and the selection committee doesn’t? What more does this guy have to do? He just gets better and better every year, and this year, two of SA’s Big Three have been hurt much of the year and he’s had to do even more. But it’s already decided before the season starts that it will be Durant or Kobe or LeBron.

  3. trueballs - Feb 22, 2013 at 4:38 PM

    Content is great…but Kurt, you need to work on that mic! Or back off the EQ. It’s distracting when one (brett) sounds so much better than the other. Get a Rode Podcaster.

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