The Sactown Royalty Show Ep 34: James Herbert

James Herbert of SB Nation joins the show to talk Kings/Raptors, Ben McLemore's development, Rudy Gay and roster construction, and much more.

The Sactown Royalty Show is back!  This week I'm excited to welcome James Herbert as my guest.  James writes for SB Nation NBA and is a great twitter follow (@outsidethenba).  He's just an all-around great guy to talk basketball with.

James lives in Toronto, so we started by discussing Wednesday's Kings/Raptors game.  We talked about Rudy Gay and the importance of roster construction and player roles.  We spent some time talking about Ben McLemore's development, and his inclusion in this year's dunk contest.  We talked about Isaiah Thomas' value in the market, DeMarcus Cousins' being left off the All-Star roster, and so much more.  It was a great episode, and you should really check it out.

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