Episode: Episode 11: Playoff Roundtable

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Episode 11: Playoff Roundtable

Tom goes around the NBC Sports Regional Networks to preview the 2019 NBA playoffs. Logan Murdock of NBC Sports Bay Area talks Boogie Cousins and the biggest threat to the Warriors, while Philly's Serena Winters talks through the Jimmy Butler experience and Ben Simmons' development. Then NBC Sports Northwest's Jamie Hudson talks about Damian Lillard's incredible year, the Blazers' injuries and the atmosphere around Portland.

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