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P-P-P-Playoffs: Zaslow, Roms and Amber

Zaslow, Romberg & Amber
April 19, 2017 - 9:27 am
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The Facebook killer takes his own life. It was a balls move by the people who tipped off where he was. Romberg spent his night at the UM Hall of Fame with his former coach Larry Coker. Dwyane Wade had a great night, as the Bulls lead the Celtics 2-0. Are people still rooting for him down here? Zas thinks these playoffs are lacking juice because the NBA needs more rivalries. There are no Heat vs Knicks anymore. Is Madison Square Garden actually the World's Most Famous Arena. News breaks that Aaron Hernandez has taken his own life in prison.

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Wei-Yin Chen flirted with a no-hitter last night. Don Mattingly pulled him after 7 innings. Tobin was made insane by ESPN Cleveland Poll that was would Browns fans want to trade the number one pick for Ryan Tannehill. 89% of the poll said no. Zaslow is surprised it isn't 100% Evil Goldhammer checks in to mock Ryan Tannehill. Amber theorizes the reasons why Aaron Hernandez would take his own life, right after getting off on a double murder charge. The chairs are getting so damn squeaky. We have a new favorite hip hop artist: Super Jazz fan ZDog.

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There was a sad column in the Sun-Sentinel this morning from Dave Hyde. He spoke with a drunk driving victim's partent, who is upset with the Marlins building a statue to honor Jose Fernandez. Are the Marlins going overboard in honoring Jose's life, when it had such a terrible ending? Amber argues that even Jose's baseball accomplishments wouldn't warent a statue in his honor. The Vertical's Bobby Marks joins the show. He discusses what the Heat should do with Dion Waiters and James Johnson. Erik Spoelstra should be coach of the year, in his eyes and should the Heat make a play for Carmelo Anthony. We recap the night at the UM Hall of Fame and Jeremy Shockey's induction.

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