Kings vs. Blazers preview: Portland Roundball Society Podcast

Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE

Sactown Royalty and Portland Roundball Society sit down to talk about the state of the Kings and the Blazers entering tonight's game.

I had an opportunity to chat with Sean Highkin of the Portland Roundball Society podcast to discuss tonight's match up. You may also know Sean from his work on Hardwood Paroxysm.

The podcast can be found here.

In the course of our conversation we covered a variety of topics, including:

  • Isaiah Thomas' early season
  • The offseason signing of Aaron Brooks
  • The Kings back court
  • Will Tyreke Evans be traded?
  • The DeMarcus Cousins suspension
  • Thomas Robinson's early-season play and suspension
  • J.J. Hickson, and how I dislike J.J. Hickson
  • Why no team should overpay J.J. Hickson in free agency
  • How the Kings will cover Nic Batum
  • How the Kings will handle LaMarcus Aldridge without Cousins
  • Our predictions for the game

It was a fun chat, and you can listen to the whole thing in about 20 minutes. Similar to Tom's earlier discussion with Blazer's Edge, it's always fun to get some insights and thoughts from other fan bases. I hope you enjoy it.

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