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Chris Broussard: Eastern Conference Finals Is "Over"

The Boston Celtics evened up the Eastern Conference Finals with the Miami Heat last night. But for Fox analyst Chris Broussard, the series is effectively over. On Friday's edition of First Things First, Broussard declared that Boston has won the series. While he can see Miami winning another game, the Celtics are "simply the better team" and even believes that this will be Boston's easiest series unless they beat themselves.
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Chris Broussard On Luka Doncic Being Like Larry Bird: "I Don't Think He Could Be In The GOAT Conversation Ever... He Could Be, Perhaps, Top 10 Player Of All Time."

Luka Doncic at 23 is on a career path that is scary to think about. Despite having been in the league for just four years, Doncic has been an All-Star for three of those, and All-NBA First Team for two, developing into arguably the most complete offensive player in the league. He had an incredible pedigree coming into the league and it has already translated extremely well into the NBA.
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Chris Broussard Dons Paper Bag of Shame After Picking Nets to Win East

The Brooklyn Nets have disappointed just about everybody outside the greater New England area in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The two-headed monster of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant was so intimidating before the postseason began that the Nets were far and away every analyst's favorite upset pick. Some went so far as to say the Nets were the best team in the conference and would be representing the East in the Finals this year.
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Chris Broussard rips Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s criticism of Will Smith

Now that everyone had a chance to give their opinion on Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars, it’s time to start giving takes about other takes, and Fox Sports host Chris Broussard had a strong one Wednesday morning. Earlier this week, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar criticized Smith’s actions, claiming...
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Chris Broussard: No One Is Beating the Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns secured the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference by virtue of winning their 60th game last night, meaning the path to the NBA Finals runs through the desert. They are nine games clear of the second-place Memphis Grizzlies and are the best team in all of basketball if you study the results. Which, even in this era of completely devaluing the regular season, should matter a bit. Especially if the team winning and winning and winning again is the same one that came perilously close to capturing an NBA crown ahead of schedule last summer until Giannis went full Giannis.
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"Ja Morant Is The Most Exciting Player To Enter The League Since Vince And Kobe. Not The Best, But The Most Electrifying", Says Chris Broussard

When it comes to the NBA, being the best player on the court matters, but there's an element of the game that's almost just as important. And that's flash. Showmanship. The ability to amaze the crowd with some brilliant and exciting skills that only one player is capable of producing. The way he's playing right now, Ja Morant has a case of the most fun-to-watch player in the league.
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'LeBron's legacy will not be impacted if Lakers miss the playoffs' — Chris Broussard I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Los Angeles Lakers' record coming out of the All-Star break is a disappointing 27-31. There are 24 games remaining in the regular season to stay afloat in the Western Conference, where the Lakers currently sit at ninth place. They will be without Anthony Davis for at least the next four weeks. Could the Lakers still make the playoffs? According to FOX Bet Sportsbook, the Lakers are currently +160 to make the postseason and -200 to miss it, not including the play-in tournament. Chris Broussard explains why missing the playoffs does not impact LeBron James' legacy.
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Chris Broussard Suggests Blockbuster Lakers-Heat Trade

This season’s NBA trade deadline has passed, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with analysts proposing insane mock deals for the offseason. That’s the only word we can use to describe this proposal from FOX Sports’ Chris Broussard, who suggested last week on his show with Rob Parker that the Miami Heat should trade Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo this offseason for Lakers star Anthony Davis.
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Lakers should cautiously shop AD, talks James Harden-76ers, why KD is not a leader — Chris Broussard I THE HERD

First Things First co-host Chris Broussard joins Colin Cowherd to play 'Great Take or Let's Debate' on the biggest NBA headlines. They discuss whether it is time for the Los Angeles Lakers to shop Anthony Davis in the offseason and return to the James Harden-Ben Simmons trade. Broussard breaks down whether the Brooklyn Nets or Philadelphia 76ers won the blockbuster trade. He expresses his concerns with Harden in Philly, then debates whether Kevin Durant is a winner or not.
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Lakers should feel discouraged with AD's injury, despite the win vs. Jazz — Chris Broussard I UNDISPUTED

LeBron James ensured that the Los Angeles Lakers entered the All-Star break on a high note last night. Despite trailing by as many as 12 points in the fourth quarter, LeBron willed the purple and gold to a 106-101 victory over the Utah Jazz. The King dropped 15 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter alone. However, Anthony Davis exited the game with an ankle injury. First Things First co-host Chris Broussard explains why the Lakers should be discouraged despite the big win.
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Chris Broussard can't rock with LeBron & Lakers joining Rams victory parade I FIRST THINGS FIRST

LeBron James took to social media to suggest the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Dodgers should join the Super Bowl Victory parade for the Los Angeles Rams. The idea was immediately met with scrutiny, as the Lakers are currently struggling to get about a .500 season. Chris Broussard shares his thoughts on LeBron's suggestion, and why he can't get behind it.
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Chris Broussard predicts Joe Burrow & the Bengals will be a perennial playoff team I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Have we seen the last of Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl? Chris Broussard doesn't think so. In fact, Broussard goes so far to say that if Burrow would have had a modicum of production against the Los Angeles Rams, they may have been Super Bowl champions. Broussard breaks down why he believes if the Bengals focus on building. up the offensive line in the offseason, the Bengals will be a perennial playoff team.
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