Sal and Steiny are like many people out there -- still having a tough time believing that the Golden State Warriors are 2015 NBA Champions. But it is true and Sal and Steiny are going to talk about it.
Castaneda and Steinmetz talk about the season and put a bow on a historic season -- after a spectacular title parade in Oakland, Calif.
In a little bit of a podcast quirk, Sal and Steiny end up talking about the Sacramento Kings and some of the undeniable paralells between where that franchis is and where the Warriors used to be. Sal and Steiny wonder if the Kings are three years away from being three years away.
The Warriors certainly aren't that team anymore ... and Sal and Steiny talk about it.
Castaneda and Steinmetz once again dive deep into the Warriors -- who find themselves one victory away from winning the NBA championship. The Warriors-Cavaliers series has been highly entertaining and it features two of the best players in the NBA.
LeBron James has been brilliant in this series, and Stephen Curry has been pretty good, too. Sal and Steiny talk about the greatness of James, and where he fits on the all-time greatest players list.
Sal and Steiny also get into whether or not Matthew Dellavedova is any dirtier than Draymond Green, whether centers in the NBA are essentially extinct and if you can really win a title relying on Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith.
The Golden State Warriors dropped Game 2 to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Sal Castaneda and Matt Steinmetz are all over it. Do the Cavs really have a chance to win this series ... without Kyrie Irving?
That didn't seem possible after Game 1, but it became a reality when LeBron James put together a masterful performance and Stephen Curry came up with a dud.
Sal and Steiny get into it all, including what may have been Steph Curry's worst game as a Warrior, Mo Speights failed dunk attempt, the toughness and tenacity of Matthew Dellavedova, and, yes, the greatness of James.
So, the Warriors are heading to Cleveland without home-court advantage -- and Sal and Steiny are over it.