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Erler and Phil Naessens chat about the Spurs-Thunder series

An entire segment where Phil hopes none of us remember that he picked the Blazers to win the last series. He almost got away with it!

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Is there anything better than being a Spurs fan right now?

Why yes, there is. You could be a Spurs fan, listening to a podcast where you pal Erler talks about the Spurs. And for once, their play is so irrefutable that even host Phil Naessens is powerless to do anything but bow to their superiority. You can't see him bow through your headphones, but you can feel it, and I think ultimately that's more meaningful.

Phil and I spend a carefree 20 minutes talking up what went right in Game 1 between the Spurs and the Thunder and looking forward to Game 2 and the rest of the series. I rehash many of the points I make in my recap, but in audio form. The words "Perry Jones" are mentioned. Come to think of it, I probably spent more time talking about the Thunder than I do the Spurs. I couldn't help it, they're just so compelling!

Before my segment, Phil welcomes back Rush Olson from the appropriately named RushOlson.com, to discus the travails about the Chicago Cubs. Phil told me their AAA team could beat half the major league teams right now. That's probably an exaggeration on his part, but they could easily beat the Cubs for sure.

After me, Phil has Amar from SLC Dunk, SBNation's Jazz blog to discuss Kevin Love the NBA draft combine. Can you believe the Spurs got the top pick? I did not see that coming. Andrew Wiggins is gonna be a pretty sweet backup three.

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 Channels, Talk Superstation, Armed Forces Radio Network , Kozmik Radio, First Online RadioEpix RadioAbscape Radio and Baseball Talk Radio.

As always, please feel free to share your thoughts of the show in the comments and offer feedback, good, bad or indifferent. And quit being jerks to Phil in the comments you weirdos. It's just sports.