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Heat Culture is back again as they tie up the series and give the Nuggets their first loss at home in these playoffs. We talk Game 2 and the fact that we officially have a series (00:00:00-00:16:01). Stanley Cup Final Game 1 and the Knights looked do... more
The Nuggets dominate Game 1 and Heat Culture might be dead again. We talk about the NBA Finals and Adam Silver teasing a Ja Morant suspension (00:00:00-00:22:44). Ryan Whitney joins the show to talk SCF storylines and picks, Connor McDavid, what it's... more
The Celtics lose Game 7 and Hank is down bad. We talk the incredible series, Game 6 and Max's kiss. Hank answers questions about the future and we talk some Stanley Cup Finals (00:00:00-00:45:43). Who's back of the week including DeAndre Hopkins and ... more
Thanks for all the laughs fellas, you are the best. Love you guys.
Blessings up PFT. Best Pod.
Love you guys
Dudes being dudes
Been listening since 2018. Favorite sports podcast. Not quite as good as it used to be but still the best. Just wish BC and PFT would be nicer to Aaron Rodgers 🥺
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Pardon My Take launched 7 years ago and published 800 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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