Down and Distance Season 2 EP 33: Hate Me Now

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Welcome everybody to Down and Distance, where two dads talk sports, music, life and parenting. Jarrett Payton and Shaun Davis discuss the biggest issues and interview the best and brightest.

Jarrett and Shaun are joined by “The BIGS”,  Eugene McIntosh and Terrence Tomlin, as they analyze the legacy of Lebron James after capturing his third NBA title and NBA Finals MVP.  The debate about Lebron James now being in the All-Time Best discussion continues in this episode of D.A.D. as the guys discuss the brilliance of Lebron James and the scrutiny of being the first NBA superstar of the social media era. The discussion continues with whether or not this title really meant anything to Lebron’s legacy in the grand scheme of things.  Stephen Curry had the worst NBA Finals performance by a reigning MVP on the heels of a somewhat disappointing 2015 NBA Finals.  What does this mean moving forward for his legacy and the title hopes for the Golden State Warriors.

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