Beating the Cavs, John Wall is Mad at David, Rankings Losses by Sadness

Today on ZardCast, the guys return after a few weeks off to discuss a big win over the Cavaliers, the reason behind John Wall’s poor play in December, ranking the games in the losing streak in terms of sadness, saying goodbye to Martell Webster, Kobe Bryant retiring and much more.

  • Topics discussed include:
  • ZardCast is back
  • Nice win over the Cleveland Cavaliers to break a 4 game losing streak, John Wall has a big 35 point game
  • Wall’s slump possibly linked to the pod not playing his supercut last show, taking a few weeks off
  • Performance was antithetical to how they previously played
  • Marcin Gortat had a big night, Bradley Beal has a big third quarter, Randy Wittman’s tie is terrible
  • Rank the four game losing streak, a 4-tear scale
  • What went wrong over that stretch? The team names of who the Wizards lost to isn’t as bad as it appears at a glance
  • Kris Humphries being phased out of the starting lineup, caused some growing pains
  • Is Wittman still the worst? How should we feel about the Humphries experiment? David vents about how bad it failed, CT thinks maybe Wittman could run the offense how he’d want it to actually run with the second unit
  • Otto Porter’s been great. If he could hit wide open 3s he could be even more dangerous
  • Saying goodbye to Martell Webster, he will be missed
  • Wizards use injury exception and sign Ryan Hollins
  • Alan Anderson is set to start practicing, seems like a nice guy. Gary Neal does not
  • 76ers beat the Lakers, Byron Scott is weird
  • The news of Kobe Bryant retiring drew mixed emotions from the pod. Middle school Duncan was a fierce defender of Allen Iverson, CT was a Steve Nash guy, David says Kobe was his gateway into basketball as a young lad
  • NBA Recommendations
    • Surprisingly Awesome’s episode on free throws
    • The Warriors winning streak
    • NBA 2K
  • Should CT sabotage his fantasy basketball league?
  • STOP THE MUSIC! We forgot to shout out our Twitter shout outs

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