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Sources Say Podcast Ep. 59: NBA Bubble Wrap-Up

KSR’s Jack Pilgrim and Zack Geoghegan return for a bonus episode of the Sources Say Podcast to break down the NBA Bubble coming to a close and Anthony Davis earning a ring as the Los Angeles Lakers are crowned NBA champions.

Among the topics discussed:

  • A four-month journey in Orlando comes to a close
  • Does this feel like a “real” NBA championship?
  • John Calipari’s first NBA champion. Is this the start of a long string of former Cats competing for titles?
  • Will other former Kentucky players follow AD’s lead and demand trades?

They also break down two other big pieces of college basketball news that broke this week.

  • The NCAA is set to implement a one-time instant transfer rule starting in 2021
  • Why is this a game-changer for Kentucky?
  • NCAA also grants winter athletes a free year of eligibility this year.
  • Does this mean Olivier Sarr is eligible?

Missed last week’s episode? You can find it, along with all future episodes, by subscribing to the official Sources Say Podcast feed on iTunes right here. 

Not on iTunes listener? You can also subscribe to the show on Spotify.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

Follow me on Twitter: @JackPilgrimKSR

4 Comments for Sources Say Podcast Ep. 59: NBA Bubble Wrap-Up

  1. ukwildcat1991
    9:11 pm October 13, 2020 Permalink

    Cmon jack, as you can see from Sachs post before yours about Anthony Davis, no one cares about the nba anymore. Worst nba ratings on the last game of the series. Hell, Thursday night football had better ratings than the finals game on Thursday. Spare us please

  2. mashman 93
    9:27 pm October 13, 2020 Permalink

    When I see a “Sources Say” Podcast on the site I immediately listen to it Jack and as usual you didn’t disappoint. Love David and Travis but give us more Zack he was damn good. GO CATS!!!

  3. UKFanSC
    7:46 am October 14, 2020 Permalink

    NBA is a dying political institution