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Stampler Previews Spurs-Celtics With Phil Naessens

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Featuring, as always, expert analysis on one team and general talk-out-of-my-assery about a dozen others. Which team will I be knowledgeable about this week? No spoilers!

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There are 13 NBA games on Wednesday and almost all of them will be more compelling, and certainly more competitive, than Spurs-Celtics. Give your poor, tired eyes a break and instead let your ears do the work for a change, taking in the smooth dulcet tone of Phil Naessen's voice as he gets a few words in between my manic, rambling high-pitched gibberish.

In addition to our first game vs. the Celtics that doesn't involve a sociopath at power forward but does involve someone who was married to Kim Kardashian for a couple minutes before she realized, "Oh you're not Blake Griffin you just kinda look like him, this is embarrassing," I also chatted with Phil about Grizzlies at Warriors, Nets (LOL) at Bobcats, Wizards at Cavaliers, Clippers at Timberwolves and Jazz at Hornets.

Zeb from Welcome to Loud City is on with Phil for the second half of the show and they chatted about ; Houston at Dallas, Miami at Orlando, Toronto at Philadelphia, Detroit at Atlanta, Portland at Milwaukee and Sacramento at Phoenix plus the guys speculate on where Houston center Omer Asik will wind up now that he’s demanded to be traded.

You can listen to the entire show here:

If it's not too much trouble, when you're all done listening, write in some comments, preferably with lots of mean jokes at my expense. It's the only way I'll learn.

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 NetworkKozmik Radio and Baseball Podcasts. You can download the show here, and subscribe to the show's podcast here.