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Aaron Torres Podcast: Recapping everything you missed on Memorial Day weekend in sports

Aaron is back after a long holiday weekend to chat about everything you missed in sports. He discusses the relationship between fans and players after several incidents this week in the NBA (and recently in college football and basketball as well) and hops into a fun game of “Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong” talking full stadiums in sports, Trae Young and more.

The relationship between fans and players: Aaron opens the show discussing the relationship between fans and players after several instances across the NBA this week, as well as other recent ones in college basketball and football (2:30). Aaron explains why it’s more complicated than most media makes it out to be and also asks: How much should athletes like Kyrie Irving be blamed for escalating things following Saturday’s incident in Boston.

“Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong”: Next up a new edition of “Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong” as he hits on several different topics from the weekend (19:30). Included: Why he was dead wrong on Trae Young as an NBA player (24:00) and dead right about Makur Maker, who entered the NBA Draft after a forgettable season at Howard, even after a much celebrated commitment (27:00).

 

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Article written by Aaron Torres

Aaron Torres is covering football and basketball for KSR this season after four years at Fox Sports. Follow him on Twitter @Aaron_Torres, Facebook or e-mail at [email protected] He is also the author of the only book written on the Calipari era, “One and Fun: A Behind the Scenes Look at John Calipari and the 2010 Kentucky Wildcats.”