Cheap Seats Podcast: episode two

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Ryan O’Connell and Brett McKay return this week for episode two of The Cheap Seats Podcast.

In this episode, the boys show their lack of cricket knowledge, discuss Brett’s tweeting habits, and reveal Brett was the lone fool who didn’t vote for LeBron James in the NBA MVP ballot.

Episode 2 talking points:

• Israel Folau’s emergence as a legitimate rugby star;
• In light of Digby Ioane’s decision to quit the Reds, the worth of modern day sporting contracts and the professionalism of football players;
• The Australian one-day cricket squad for the ICC Champions Trophy, and the Australia A pre-Ashes tour squad;
• The AFL blockbuster this Friday night between Essendon and Geelong;
• Along with this week’s quick ‘Splash and Dash’ on NBA playoffs and the V8s.

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