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"Juwan a Podcast?" Episode #1: Playoffs, Pets, and Matt Moore!

You may have noticed a bit of a dearth on the posting front this week. Two reasons. First: super busy at work. You know the deal. But secondly, and perhaps more importantly, we've been preparing for something we've wanted to do for a long time. We're dropping our very own Gothic Ginobili podcast. Kicking off our inaugural episode, we're covering three main topics: why the East is so boring, finding the perfect pets for NBA players, and previewing the conference finals in the most unrelated and out-there way we could think to do it. Along the way, we're bringing you a Lipton-esque interview with the bloggissist wunderkind (not the pitching wunderkind) Matt Moore, and discussing with him his favorite player and what he likes to watch in the game of basketball. We had a whole lot of fun kicking off what we're hoping will be a bi-weekly feature from now on. We do hope you'll give us a listen, and have some fun yourselves. Normal content resumes tomorrow with... well, probably a long and detailed post about something. You know how we do, readers. -- Aaron


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Aaron McGuire
Editor in Chief at Gothic Ginobili
Aaron McGuire works as the lead mathematician and CTO for a small financial consulting firm in Richmond, VA. As a basketball writer, he's primarily known for Gothic Ginobili's 2012 Player Capsule series, where he wrote the equivalent of 1.5 Russian novels about every NBA player around. Nowadays, he writes a weekly column on whatever he damn well feels like.

3 thoughts on “"Juwan a Podcast?" Episode #1: Playoffs, Pets, and Matt Moore!

  1. I'm sorry you find the Eastern Conference boring. The referees have been instructed to give the Miami Heat their second NBA championship in franchise history after they take care of the Boston Celtics in a 7-game Eastern Conference Finals.

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