Zeb Talks David Stern's Legacy on Phil Naessens

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We discuss the lockouts, the vetoed Paul trade, the dress code, the "frozen envelope" scandal, and much more.

On this week's Sunday episode of the Phil Naessens Show, Phil was kind enough to have me back ton to discuss the legacy of Mr. David Stern. We kick things off with a discussion of where Stern has led the NBA under his 30 year reign, and express our opinions about him. Then, we go on to talk about some of the issues he's faced, like the lockouts, the dress code, and the "frozen envelope" scandal. We've both got some seriously different perspectives and the show also features Aaron Stampler of Pounding the Rock, so you should definitely Czech it out!

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