May 21, 2013

The B/B Podcast - NBA Conference Finals, the Sad State of Baseball in the City of Los Angeles and the Best Players Still Available in NFL Free Agency

By - Kris Fletcher & Tim Swift

In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we dissect the conference finals in the NBA playoffs, break down the sad state of Major League Baseball in the city of Los Angeles, and discuss the best players still on the market in NFL free agency!

Photo by: Brandon Wade
- NBA's Final Four Set: The hunt for the Larry O'Brien Trophy is down to four teams, with the Spurs, Grizzlies, Pacers and Heat still in contention for professional basketball's ultimate prize. Can Memphis repeat previous playoff success against San Antonio? Does Indiana have any chance at knocking off the defending champs? We answer these questions and more in our NBA postseason chat.

- Down and Out in Beverly Hills: Baseball is currently in a bad way in the city of Los Angeles, with both the Angels and Dodgers playing horribly a quarter of the way into the season. What's the deal with Josh Hamilton? Are Albert Pujols' best days behind him? Can Matt Kemp get back on track? Is Josh Beckett done? Can either club rebound and salvage some form of respectability out of this year? Hear our take.

- Best Left on the NFL Open Market: With Dwight Freeney now heading to San Diego, the list of quality free agents still available is beginning to dwindle. However, there are several guys on the market that could have a big impact on a team if they're put in the right type of situation. We'll tell you who.


We discuss coach Frank Vogel's comments in regards to the upcoming series between his Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat, and share our thoughts as to why Miguel Cabrera doesn't get the type of attention he deserves from the media and fans of Major League Baseball!

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

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