J.R. Wilco talks Marco Belinelli and Josh Childress on the Phil Naessens Show

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Why are the Spurs working Josh Childress and James Johnson out in the middle of the summer? And will Marco Belinelli slide into the lineup right where Gary Neal used to fit, or will Pop have to swivel things around in order to make use of him? This and more on my weekly appearance on the Phil Naessens Show

I'm in the lead-off spot this week, talking to Phil about the players that the Spurs are working out -- Josh Childress and James Johnson -- and wondering what the Spurs rotation is going to look like when Marco Belinelli is in the game.

After me Steve Perrin of Clips Nation joins Phil to discuss Antawn Jamison and Lamar Odom, and J.A. Sherman of Welcome to Loud City answers several listeners questions regarding Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Scott Brooks and much more.

It's a good show, £ers.

The entire show is available on this page via the player below.

In case the player above doesn't work you can listen to the entire program from Phil's site located here.

Take a listen. His show is broadcast Monday thru Friday on Max Sports ChannelsTalk SuperstationArmed Forces Radio Network and Kozmik Radio.

You can download the show here, and subscribe to the show's podcast here.

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