Episode: Hang Up: The Finals Destination Edition

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Hang Up: The Finals Destination Edition
Stefan Fatsis and Josh Levin are joined by Canadian soccer player Diana Matheson to discuss the Women’s World Cup; Sports Illustrated’s S.L. Price talks about agent Rich Paul and Paul’s client Anthony Davis; and the Athletic’s Ethan Strauss ruminates on the possible end of the Warriors dynasty.

 Women’s World Cup (2:27): Did we learn anything from the U.S. women’s national team’s two blowout wins? Did the Americans’ celebrations go too far?

 Rich Paul and Anthony Davis (21:59): How the agent orchestrated the deal that brought Davis to L.A.

Warriors (43:35): Who’s to blame, if anyone, for the injuries to Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson? What’s next for Golden State?

 Afterball (1:04:34): Stefan on the death of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen.

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