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WHAT Podcast: Preseason Hoops and Dreams; Eastern Conference Mini Preview

Kendyl is back on the WHAT Podcast to talk about preseason ball, Space Jam 2 and who from the Eastern Conference intrigues us this season. Karol Collymore from XRAY-FM in the Morning joins in to talk sports and community involvement.

NBA: Preseason-Portland Trail Blazers at Toronto Raptors Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

Tara, Kendyl and Karol Collymore of XRAY-FM in the Morning cover a wide range of topics from how we as fans judge players, what do players really “owe” us, using sport as a platform and what role sports plays in community activism and involvement.

Join us this week as we talk about players asking for trades, why we are worried about super teams and will this be Jake Layman’s year? We share how we are coping with LeBron in a Laker jersey, preview some of the Eastern Conference teams that intrigue us and ask does Lonzo Ball deserve to be in Space Jam 2 and so much more.

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Highlights

00:30 Introduce Karol Collymore

4:00 What is going on with Jimmy Butler

10:30 Kawhi Leonard--does he owe anyone an explanation?

14:00 Will this be the year of Jake Layman?

18:30 How are we handling the Lebron to the Lakers situation?

25:00 The ring debate. How important is a ring for a player to be in the Hall of Fame?

29:30 What is Space Jam 2 going to be like?

33:00 Mini East Preview: Kendyl looks at Celtics and Raptors

41:30 Mini East Preview: Tara talks about the Wizards and the Hornets

48:00 How are sports part of social and community activism?

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Follow Blazer’s Edge on Twitter @blazersedge, WHAT Pod @HoopsAndTalks, Tara @tcbbiggs, and Kendyl @kendylbennett16. This week’s guests: Karol Collymore (@karolcooks)

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Music used in the episode: “Happy Alley” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License