Ep. 33: Merry Early Christmas Giveaway & NBA as America’s Sport

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Kyle becomes a Boston Celtics fan for a week after losing yet another bet to Micah when Wisconsin lost to Ohio State in college football. After showing his love for the Celtics, Kyle gets the show on the road with the announcement of a Christmas giveaway. The item to be given away is a nice Boston Celtics hat. See Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for details! Kyle and Micah discuss Derek Jeter's forever love for the Yankees after he traded National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton to them for a couple prospects, a second basemand and cash relief. Then they jump into news around the NFL, including Aaron Rodgers comeback, the snowy battle in Buffalo, and the concussion protocol failing once again. Not too much to discuss for college football at the moment, but look forward to the podcast on the December 27th where they will discuss the first round of the College Football Playoff. They guys discuss a very interesting topic brough to light by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He believes the NBA is "the league of America's future" (not the NFL). You will definitely want to hear their pros and cons for each, as some great points were made on both sides. This weeks bet: Kyle and Micah will pick the winners of all Christmas Day NBA games, and winners of Week 15 games in the NFL. Most games picked correctly wins. As a tiebreaker if needed, they will guess the score differential, and the closest to that (+/-) wins that game. If Kyle wins, Micah will be live performing Rap God by Eminem before the next podcast karaoke style. If Micah wins, Kyle has to play Micah in a game of P-I-G blindfolded. Either way, it sounds like you will all be entertained. Are you going to tune in next week? You probably should. We'll see you LIVE on Facebook (www.facebook.com/abstractsports/) at 7:00PM Mountain Time / 9:00PM Eastern Time. Head over to the blog for the latest and greatest on how Abstract Sports is Bringing Sports Back to Life: www.abstractsports.com/

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