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Brother Kirk's Corner Ep. 2: Final Four Preview

Episode 2 of Brother Kirk’s Corner is a preview and prediction segment for the NCAA Men’s Final Four. Kirk’s thoughts: – Duke vs. Michigan State: Why the Spartans are scary, and the match-up between Justice Winslow and Branden Dawson. – Kentucky vs. Wisconsin: The Sam Dekker match-up, and how Kentucky has improved from when these

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The Atlantic Files Ep.17: Showdowns, Trade Reviews, & Parties

Host Alex Fischbein (@ThatKidFisch) brings a whole new list of things to think about in this week’s episode of the Atlantic Files: The Raptors may face the Wizards in the first round, which would give us a Lowry-Wall showdown Brad Stevens deserves appreciation for the tremendous job that he’s doing Brook Lopez is hitting a

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The Atlantic Files Ep. 16: State Farm, Overseas, & NY Blues

Host Alex Fischbein(@ThatKidFisch) is back again with a brand new episode of The Atlantic Files. Here’s your weekly rundown of all the topics covered in this episode: 1. The Raptors’ 5-man lineup of DeRozan, Johnson, Lowry, Ross, & Valanciunas is slipping in the rankings around the league 2. The Celtics are top five in the

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The Atlantic Files Ep. 15: Ish, Streaking, & Free Agent Plans

Alex Fischbein (@ThatKidFisch) is back to bring you another week of coverage on the Atlantic Division of the NBA. This week, he reaches into the archives and brings back some clips of his explanations on why the Raptors would struggle down the road and then talks about their current playoff matchup. Next, he talks about

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The Atlantic Files Ep. 14: Rotations, Impacts, & RoY

Host Alex Fischbein (@ThatKidFisch) brings to you another episode of The Atlantic Files. This week Alex analyzes three different combinations of the guard rotation in Toronto, the Nets’ month of February, Isaiah Thomas’ impact in Boston so far, Nerlens Noel’s case for Rookie of the Year, and the Knicks’ “ok” month of February.   Have

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The Atlantic Files Ep. 13: Hinkiemania, Bold Moves & "Fun"

Host Alex Fischbein (@ThatKidFisch) talks about the Raptors standing still at the trade deadline and why it’s a bold move. The Nets received an injection of youth in a trade with Minnesota. The Celtics acquired a former last pick in a three-team deal, and the Sam Hinkie made some deals involving Javale McGee, KJ McDaniels,

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The Atlantic Files Ep. 12: Trading Blocks, Blue's Clues, & Charles Barkley

Alex Fischbein(@ThatKidFisch) brings another week of The Atlantic Files to your ears. He talks about the trade rumors surrounding the Toronto Raptors. Also, who the best 5-man lineup is for the Nets on offense and defense. The Celtics have some vets on the trading block. Philly has a new mascot that is blue and fluffy, plus

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The Atlantic Files Ep.11: Benjamin Button, Trades, and Youngins

Host Alex Fischbein(@ThatKidFisch) breaks down the curious case that is DeMar DeRozan since returning from his injury. Then, the Nets are involved with some more trade rumors and even some free agent signing rumors as well. The Celtics are starting to hit a really rough patch and the Knicks are starting a sort of resurgence

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The Atlantic Files Ep. 10: Trades, Tempers, and Dennis Green?

Host Alex Fischbein(@ThatKidFisch) gives a Raptors version of the State of the Union. Trades, job security and injuries are mounting for the Nets. In Boston, it’s Marcus Smart’s world, we’re just living in it. Tempers flared and some weight was gained in Philadelphia, and the Knicks are talking trades and free agents again.

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Podcast – The Atlantic Files: Episode 9

The Atlantic Files is back again with Host Alex Fischbein(@ThatKidFisch) bringing you the news, notes, and happenings around the NBA’s Atlantic Division. First, Alex talks about the lack of defense from the division leading Raptors, and the lack of offense from the Brooklyn Nets. Next, he talks about the Sixers’ success in January so far, and the

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