The Sactown Royalty Show Ep 35: Seth Rosenthal Returns!

Seth Rosenthal returns to the show for a quick chat about Kings/Knicks, Jimmermania, and more.

The Sactown Royalty Show is back! This week I'm joined by Seth Rosenthal of Posting and Toasting, SB Nation's wonderful Knicks blog. Seth and I talked about Wednesday's Kings/Knicks game, and just how bad the Knicks' season has gone.

We then, of course, talked about Jimmer Fredette. We're only human.

We capped it off with some discussion of what it means to be a dunk contest purist, and what will happen at the trade deadline.

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Unfortunately, as I was talking about Andre Miller, my internet decided to crash. It was really neat. You'll hear my get garbled, followed by the episode abruptly ending around the 23 minute mark. Between that and my son trying to talk to me towards the end of the episode, we decided to roll with what we had recorded. Sorry about the technical issues, but I hope you enjoy this quick hit episode. We'll back with a full length episode next week.

As usual, I ask that you subscribe to us on iTunes or on Stitcher! Leave us ratings, leave comments, let us know how we're doing. Ratings and comments on iTunes really help us out with promoting the show. And of course, continue the discussion in the comments below.

As always, thanks for listening.

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