Mar 29, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Tristan Thompson (13) reaches for a loose ball during the game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Eric P. Mull-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid: Episode 28

Welcome to “Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid.” Every Tuesday the RDE crew of Zachary Kolesar and host Chris Manning will talk the latest Wine and Gold and NBA news to keep you informed on headlining topics in the form of back-and-forth discussion. We will cover the most important subjects in a four-quarter (and overtime) breakdown spanning from the shores of Lake Erie to all around the NBA (if it is relevant breaking news).

In the twenty-eighth episode, website editor Zachary Kolesar and contributing blogger Chris Manning talk about the way the Oklahoma City Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies are modeled, chances of the Golden State Warriors pulling an upset, the problem with the Chicago Bulls, Kyrie Irving’s trade value according to Bill Simmons and the small forwards of the 2013 draft class.

Below is the link where you can listen to this week’s episode as a whole:

You can also fast forward to the section of your choice by looking at the start time of each quarter:

First Quarter – Which model to build a team is better: Oklahoma City or Memphis?

Starts at the beginning of podcast

Second Quarter – Who will win the San Antonio-Golden State series?

Starts at 7:20

Third Quarter – How concerned should the Bulls be about the absence of Derrick Rose, Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich?

Starts at 12:10

Fourth Quarter – Besides Kyrie Irving who is the most valuable trade asset on the Cavaliers?

Starts at 19:37

Overtime – Who is the best fit at SF for the Cavaliers in the 2013 NBA Draft?

Starts at 23:44

Make sure to join us next Tuesday for your weekly dose of “Tuesdays with Right Down Euclid.”

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