April 24, 2012

The B/B Podcast - Metta's Elbow, Drama With the Magic and the NFL Draft

By - Kris Fletcher & Tim Swift

In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we discuss the elbow heard 'round the NBA world, the Dwight Howard ordeal in Orlando, and NFL Draft possibilities!

Photo by: Stephen Dunn
- Peace KO's Harden: Lakers forward Metta World Peace, AKA Ron Artest, drilled Thunder guard James Harden with a vicious elbow shot during Sunday's contest. How should the league discipline Artest, and what effects could both the hit and suspension have on Oklahoma and Los Angeles heading into the playoffs?

- Ugly in Orlando: Center Dwight Howard is now done for the season with a back injury. But regardless, Howard says he's not playing for coach Stan Van Gundy anymore. Does one of the two have to go, or is there a way they can possibly coexist with the Magic next year?

- NFL Draft Talk: With the draft only days away, we break down where the top picks should end up, and also name some sleepers who could make big impacts in 2012.

- Perfection in Seattle: White Sox pitcher Phil Humber tossed a perfect game against the Mariners on Saturday. As impressive as that was, his major league odyssey to Chicago is equally as interesting.

All this and much more in this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast!

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3 comments:

  1. Peerlee Brewer FletcherApril 24, 2012 at 5:33 PM

    good cast kris,i think RON,should be suspended for 6 to 8 games,he done it on purpose,he is same ole,same ole.a SMART A-HOLE.he hasnt changed,even with the new name.lol

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  2. Good one guys. Metta got 7 games today. I thought he deserved more myself.

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