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How Much Change is Needed; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie – 1/10

Hour 1

The head coach of the Sacramento Kings Dave Joerger made his appearance on the show this week and spoke about some of the defensive aspects the team has been working on, how good De’Aaron Fox has been since coming back from injury and the prospects of Bogdan Boganovic moving forward as he begins to settle in to being a NBA player. Plus Grant and Doug discuss the dilemma the Lakers are facing with Lonzo Ball on and off the court due to his father’s antics.

Hour 2

ESPN NBA Reporter Brian Windhorst jumped on the show in hour two and spoke about the landing spot for Lebron James next year, stating “he wouldn’t say never” with Lebron at this point in his career, how the situation sits in Los Angeles between the Lakers, Lonzo Ball and his father at the moment and who if anyone can challenge the Warriors in the west. Also hear Doug and Grant discuss the possibilities of DeMarcus Cousins staying with New Orleans vs being traded or signing with a team this off season.

Hour 3

In hour three Chris Landry appeared on the show for the weekly Landry Football Report. Hear Chris give his thoughts on the upcoming week’s divisional playoff games and who he thinks can go on the road and win. He also shares his thoughts on a few of the losing wild card game losers and their futures moving forward, his top 3 QB’s heading into the draft and if he believes the draft will be deep on the OL. Also in hour three Grant and Doug discuss some kings news and more DeMarcus Cousins thoughts.

Hour 4

Kings big man Willie Cauley-Stein appeared in the last hour of the show and spoke about how he felt the team lost their mental concentration in last nights game vs the Lakers. How great it is to play with De’Aaron Fox a little more on the floor and what he does so well vs DeAndre Jordan compared to others.

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