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Kyrie’s Trade Request, Melo’s Meeting, Doc Rivers Stepping Down (Featuring Rob Lopez of Def Pen Sports))

Kyrie’s Trade Request, Melo’s Meeting, Doc Rivers Stepping Down (Featuring Rob Lopez of Def Pen Sports))

Rob Lopez of Def Pen Sports joins the podcast. In this episode Rob and I discuss Kyrie’s trade request and possible landing destinations, Carmelo engaging in conversation with Knicks GM Scott Perry and what that means, and finally Doc Rivers decision to step down as GM of the LA Clippers. 

 

 

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Guests: Rob Lopez

 

Contact Rob Lopez: Rob.lopez@defpensports.com 

Follow Rob on Twitter: @R0BaTO

Check out his content for Def Pen Here: http://defpen.com/author/robert-lopez/ 

  

Listen to his podcast here: https://noahlofman.podbean.com/

 

I am proud to announce that my podcasts are now officially sponsored by Antiforeverusa!! 

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Use promo code “Platte” to recieve a discount on your purchase!

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