Ric Bucher: Draymond Green is right about the NBA getting soft, but he's also part of the problem | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Ric Bucher joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss Golden State Warriors’ star Draymond Green calling younger NBA players ‘soft.’ Hear why Bucher agrees with Draymond Green, but ultimately believes he is partially responsible for part of the problem.

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Ric Bucher: Draymond Green is right about the NBA getting soft, but he’s also part of the problem | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Ric Bucher joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss Golden State Warriors’ star Draymond Green calling younger NBA players ‘soft.’ Hear why Bucher agrees with Draymond Green, but ultimately believes he is partially responsible for part of the problem.

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Emmanuel Acho: Patriots set up Cam Newton for success in free agency, but it’s on Cam to succeed | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Emmanuel Acho and Marcellus Wiley sit down to discuss whether the New England Patriots have set up Cam Newton for success after upgrading their offense through free agency. Hear why Acho believes the road to a successfully season lies in Cam Newton’s hands.

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Marcellus Wiley: Dak Prescott will face no consequences this year, only anxiety I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Dak Prescott posted a video of himself throwing passes yesterday preparing for the 2021 season. The Dallas Cowboys’ franchise quarterback signed his big four-year extension in the offseason, but is coming off a season-ending ankle injury. Prescott is reportedly limited in spring activities, but expected to be ready for training camp. Marcellus Wiley explains why Dak should not feel pressure next year and how it is ‘nothing but anxiety.’

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Marcellus Wiley: Russell Wilson’s lack of leadership affects issues in Seattle I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Recent reports emerged saying quote ‘trade talks are not dead’ with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. However, Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon expressed that this will quote ‘turn into more of a separation and then a divorce at some point.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why the former MVP is to blame for the ‘issues’ in Seattle.

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Marcellus Wiley breaks down why Gonzaga’s season was still a success even with their national title loss | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Baylor Bears defeated the undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs 86-70 to win the 2021 NCAA National Championship title. Ric Bucher joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if the ‘Zags season was a success or failure. Wiley and Acho are on opposite sides on whether Gonzaga’s season was a failure.

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Ric Bucher: It's better for Steph Curry's legacy to leave the Warriors | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Ric Bucher and Chris Broussard join Emmanuel Acho to discuss what’s better for Steph Curry’s legacy: Leaving or staying with the Golden State Warriors? Hear why Ric Bucher believes the only thing that could enhance Curry’s legacy is leaving to play for his hometown team, the Charlotte Hornets.

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Emmanuel Acho explains why Cam Newton has lost his respect from NFL organizations | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Cam Newton has lost his respect. The New England Patriots quarterback had a less than stunning 2020 season, playing 15 games and only passed for 8 touch downs and threw 10 interceptions. Emmanuel Acho breaks down why Cam has found himself in this position, and ask whether or not he can earn that respect back.

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Matt Leinart: Trevor Lawrence & Urban Meyer can successfully transform the Jaguars | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Matt Leinart joins Emmanuel Acho and Bucky Brooks to discuss if Trevor Lawrence is more likely to succeed or fail in the NFL. Lawrence, who is suspected to be drafted No.1 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars, may have a tough time overcoming obstacles in the struggling organization. Hear why Matt Leinart believes Trevor Lawrence, along with the help of Urban Meyer, will transform Jacksonville into a successful organization.

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Greg Jennings: Packers relied too much on Aaron Rodgers to overcome mishaps I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

It was expected for the Green Bay Packers to restructure franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ contract during the offseason to create some cap room. However, it did not happen, which means that Packers’ CEO Mark Murphy is left trying to answer questions about Rodgers’ status in Green Bay. Murphy brushed off several questions yesterday regarding Rodgers’ contract saying quote ‘I’m not going to get into specifics. Good try, though.’ Greg Jennings discusses how the Packers are mishandling Rodgers.

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Emmanuel Acho: Jimmy G won’t thrive in S.F. as the 49ers look to draft a new QB | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Greg Jennings joins Emmanuel Acho and Bucky Brooks to discuss whether Jimmy Garoppolo will thrive in San Francisco as the 49ers look to secure a new QB with the third overall pick in the NFL draft. Hear why Acho believes the looming threat of a new QB may be too much for Jimmy G to handle.

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Bucky Brooks: Rookie quarterbacks are more prepared for the NFL than ever I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Three quarterbacks are projected as the first three picks in the 2021 NFL Draft, which would be the first time this scenario happened since 1999. All three quarterbacks are presumed to start, creating the concern on whether they are pushed into the starting offense too quickly. Bucky Brooks explains how rookie quarterbacks are now set up to succeed in the NFL.

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Malcom Jenkins: Matthew Stafford has found himself in a perfect situation with Sean McVay’s Rams | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Malcom Jenkins joins Sam Acho and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if Matthew Stafford can re-energized the Los Angeles Rams after being traded from the Detroit Lions. Hear why Malcom Jenkins believes that Matthew Stafford has found himself in the perfect situation in LA.

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Chris Broussard: Nets’ addition of Blake Griffin & Aldridge hinder KD’s all-time great status I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Within the past few weeks, the Brooklyn Nets beefed up their roster by adding Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge. However, these acquisitions make arguably make Brooklyn a super team, which brings questions to Kevin Durant’s legacy status as he continues to sit out. Chris Broussard explains why the Nets’ super team could impact KD’s legacy and status as an all-time great.

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Emmanuel Acho: LeBron is one of the most underappreciated athletes of all time I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

LeBron James is arguably one of the greatest players of all-time in National Basketball League history. Despite his extensive resume, he still faces a lot of criticism. Draymond Green describes James as ‘the most beat-down athlete of our generation.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why he feels the Los Angeles Lakers forward has taken too much heat in his career.

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Marcellus Wiley: Cam Newton’s struggles are a ‘one-time thing,’ bet on culture I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Cam Newton’s first season with the New England Patriots did not go well, finishing last in passing yards per game. The Patriots also missed the postseason for the first time since 2008. However, new wide receiver Kendrick Bourne has faith in Newton saying that it was quote: ‘a one-year thing.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why Newton’s struggles in New England are a ‘one-time thing.’

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Ric Bucher: LeBron's injury may bolster his opportunity for winning MVP | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

NBA analyst Ric Bucher joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if LeBron James’ injury ruins his chance of winning MVP. Hear why Bucher believes that LeBron still has a chance of winning if he can manage to take the Los Angeles Lakers on a winning spree following his return.

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Emmanuel Acho: Dak Prescott won’t live up to year one due to high expectations I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

After numerous talks, Dak Prescott signed a four-year, $160 million extension with the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas is coming into 2021 looking to bounce back from a 6-10 finish last season. Emmanuel Acho explains why Dak will not live up to his new deal in year one.

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Marcellus Wiley: Brooklyn's top-ranked offense shows they don't need KD to win East I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

James Harden is coming off a triple-double in the Brooklyn Nets’ victory over the Indiana Pacers last night, finishing with 40 points, 10 rebounds, and 15 assists without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. The Nets improved to 14-1 without Durant. Marcellus Wiley explains why Brooklyn does not need Durant to win the Eastern Conference.

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