The Golden State Warriors are in the NBA Finals. As Tim Roye, one of the greatest radio play-by-play men of all-time, would say (and already has): "Unbelievable!"
Castaneda has been in the Bay Area his entire life; Steinmetz covered the Warriors for a long, long time, including their days of horror from 1995-2007. The two of them devote this episode to the Warriors and all the issues leading up to Game 1 on Thursday.
Among the topics: Who the hell cares whether Stephen Curry was at the Giants' game? ... Is it fair to bring up those Draymond Green tweets from years ago about LeBron James? ... What's up with Klay Thompson and his concussion? ... Why do you have to make a prediction on the series?
And, finally, because the topic is being written about in the Bay Area -- can we finally set the record straight on what happened the night Joe Lacob got booed and why it happened? Hint: It was about so much more than Monta Ellis.