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Two Weeks Away; The Grant Napear show with Doug Christie -6/6

Hour 1

Grant and Doug open up the show talking the NBA Finals with Howard Beck of the Bleacher Report. Listen as Howard breaks down game three of the Finals, discusses if Andre Igouldala will play tonight and what the Cavs need to do to win game three. Plus the boys talk Giants baseball, how the team is playing well heading into a few winnable series.

Hour 2

In hour two of the show Doug proposes the question to Grant and the listeners, if the Celtics would trade Jaylen Brown and the first round pick of next years draft for this years number two pick, would you complete the trade? Hear Grant and the listeners answer that and more in hour two.

Hour 3

The fellas continue their draft talk and team by team break down on a daily basis with a look at the Clippers and Lakers with Michael Duarte of NBC Sports LA. Hear Michael speak about Julius Randle and if he believes he will be in a Lakers uniform next year, what Jerry West means to the Clippers heading into the draft and why he feels the Lakers may be biting off a bit he can chew.

Hour 4

A friend of the show, CBS and FS1 college basketball analyst Jordan Cornette joined Grant and Doug in hour four to give his thoughts on the draft and draft prospects. hear Jordan talk about why he feels Marvin Bagley and DeAndre Ayton are for sure starters in the NBA but not so much superstars in his mind as well as why he thinks Trae Young can be an elite guard in the league.

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