• Spurscast Ep. 742: Two Top–10 Lottery Picks

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses the San Antonio Spurs’ draft lottery results (1:40), the team cap sheet with two first round picks (14:00), and Victor Wembanyama winning the Rookie of the Year award (21:00).

    Two Top-10 Lottery Picks

    Following the conclusion of the NBA Draft Lottery Sunday, the Spurs came away with two Top-10 lottery picks. The Spurs will have the Toronto Raptors’ pick at 8th, and then they’ll have their own pick at 4th.

    Some draft prospects in the 4th through 8th range are discussed in the episode:

    Ron Holland

    Dalton Knecht

    Nikola Topic

    Rob Dillingham

    Reed Sheppard

    Donovan Clingan

    Stephon Castle

    Matas Buzelis

    Cap Sheet Update 

    With two first round picks, the Spurs project to be able to open up as much as $19.4 million this summer in free agency.

    Wemby wins Rookie of the Year

    Victor Wembanyama won the 2024 Rookie of the Year award unanimously. Wemby was also the runner-up for the Defensive Player of the Year award, as a just a rookie, to fellow Frenchman Rudy Gobert of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

    Wemby should also be a lock to be on the first All-Defensive team when the team is announced in the near future.



    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E742 - 21m - May 13, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 741: Closing Out The Season

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid to discuss the San Antonio Spurs’ final two games of the regular season (1:35), where the Spurs sit going into the draft lottery (8:10), and where the Spurs made some improvement this past season (31:04). They also discuss the season that Tre Jones, Keldon Johnson, Blake Wesley, and Malaki Branham had this season (12:40).

    The Final Two Games

    The Spurs closed out their 2023-2024 regular season with an underdog win over the Denver Nuggets, and then a blowout against the Detroit Pistons.

    During the Nuggets game, Victor Wembanyama had a scoring explosion in the third quarter, where he scored 17 points in a little under three minutes.

    Spurs’ Position Going into Draft Lottery

    By winning 22 games, the Spurs will head into the draft lottery with the 5th worst record. While the odds aren’t as good as having a bottom-3 record, Portland showed last year that just because you have the 5th worst record, you can still jump ahead into the Top-3 of the lottery.

    The Spurs also have a chance of landing the Toronto Raptors’ first round pick in the lottery as well.

    Role Players Discussion

    Tre Jones, Keldon Johnson, Blake Wesley, and Malaki Branham’s seasons are discussed in the episode, and how each player fits on the team going forward.

    The Math Game Improvement

    Two of the areas where the Spurs made improvement in the math game, were closing the gap in 3-point scoring with their opponents, and free throw scoring.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E741 - 36m - Apr 18, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 740: Wemby and Spurs in Last 4 Games, Lottery Race Update

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses Victor Wembanyama and the San Antonio Spurs in their last four games (1:10), rookie Sidy Cissoko (10:00), and the draft lottery race is reviewed with teams going into the final weekend of the regular season (14:00).

    Wemby, Spurs in Last 4 Games

    The Spurs went 2-2 in their last four games, defeating the New Orleans Pelicans on the road, falling in double overtime to the Philadelphia 76ers, winning in Memphis, and getting blown out in Oklahoma City.

    Wembanyama played in the first three games of this stretch, where he continued to put up some spectacular numbers while helping the Spurs pick up two wins. 

    Wemby sat out Wednesday’s game in Oklahoma City due to injury management, but the night before in Memphis (3:55), he had a performance where he blocked seven of the eight active players on the Grizzlies roster.

    Sidy Cissoko Minutes in Last 2 Games

    With the injuries to multiple wing players on the Spurs’ roster, rookie Sidy Cissoko has seen a good chunk of playing time in the Spurs’ last two games.

    During his last two games, Cissoko is averaging 12 points, four rebounds, and 2.5 assists in 25 minutes per night.

    Some observations of his cutting off the ball, crashing the offensive glass, and his passing skills are discussed.

    Lottery Race Update

    In the final topic, the Spurs’ draft lottery scenarios are explored with the Spurs, Charlotte Hornets, and Portland Trail Blazers all being within range of finishing with the 3rd to 5th worst record.

    The Spurs also still have a solid chance of landing the Toronto Raptors’ pick as long as it ends up in the 7th to 10th range in the lottery.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E740 - 21m - Apr 12, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 739: Wemby’s Surging Play and Late Season Injuries for Devin Vassell and Jeremy Sochan

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid to discuss Victor Wembanyama’s surging play in the last three games (2:57), late season injuries for Devin Vassell and Jeremy Sochan (10:00), and Wembanyama’s chances of winning or being named to different end-of-season awards (20:52). 


    Wemby’s Surging Play in Last Three Games


    In the San Antonio Spurs’ last three games, Wembanyama has had some impactful performances. He scored a career high 40 points against the New York Knicks, he almost helped the Spurs defeat the Golden State Warriors minus three rotation players, and he recorded nine blocks against the defending champion Denver Nuggets.


    Season Ending Injuries for Vassell and Sochan


    Earlier this week, the Spurs announced Vassell and Sochan will miss the remainder of the season due to injuries. In the episode, their progress from last season to this season is discussed and analyzed.


    Wemby’s Award Chances


    Finally, there’s a discussion about Wembanyama’s chances of landing on one of the All-Defensive teams, his Defensive Player of the Year candidacy, and whether or not he has a shot of making an All-NBA team.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E739 - 28m - Apr 5, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 738: Wemby’s Chances of Making an All-Defensive Team

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses Victor Wembanyama’s chances of landing on one of the NBA All-Defensive teams (2:05), the San Antonio Spurs’ last four games (20:55), and the Spurs’ nine remaining games to end the season (27:00).


    Wemby’s All-Defensive Team Chances


    How does Wembanyama compare to other all-defensive team candidates? That question is explored in detail now that the final nine games of the season are left.


    2-2 in the Last Four Games


    In their last four games, the Spurs are 2-2. They lost to the Memphis Grizzlies and the Phoenix Suns, but then they defeated the Suns without Wembanyama and went on to defeat the Jazz in Utah.


    The Last 9 Games


    Beginning Friday against the Knicks, the Spurs are wrapping up their regular season with the final nine games of their season.


    The Spurs need to go 3-6 to avoid setting a franchise record for the fewest wins in a single season. If the Spurs are winning games though, they may decrease their lottery odds of landing a Top-3 pick with Charlotte and Portland getting closer in the lottery standings.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E738 - 28m - Mar 29, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 737: Draft Prospects in March Madness, Kyrie Irving Compliments Wemby’s Defense

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Benjamin Bornstein to discuss draft prospects in March Madness (1:55). From there, the Spurs’ last two games are reviewed (21:25), as well as a quote from Dallas Mavericks guard Kyrie Irving on Victor Wembanyama’s defense and defensive player of the year candidacy (24:55). 

    Topics from the episode:

    March Madness draft prospects Bornstein discusses:

    • Cody Williams (Colorado)
    • Stephon Castle (UConn)
    • Donovan Clingan (UConn)
    • Cam Spencer (UConn)
    • Tristen Newton (UConn)
    • Kyle Filipowski (Duke)
    • Zach Edey (Purdue)
    • Trey Alexander (Creighton)
    • Pelle Larson (Arizona)
    • Terrence Shannon Jr. (Illinois)
    • Reed Sheppard (Kentucky)
    • Rob Dillingham (Kentucky)
    • Dalton Knecht (Tennessee)


    The Spurs’ last two games

    Sunday the Spurs defeated the Brooklyn Nets in overtime in Austin, TX. Wembanyama had a monster game with 33 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists, and 7 blocks. 

    The Spurs then hosted the Dallas Mavericks Tuesday in San Antonio, and though it was a close game, Dallas ended up holding on for the win.

    While Wembanyama and Luka Doncic each had a tough night shooting the ball, they both still filled the stat sheet with Wembanyama tallying 12 points, 11 rebounds, and 6 blocks, while Doncic finished with 18 points, 16 assists, and 10 rebounds.

    Kyrie Irving on Wemby’s Defense

    After the game Tuesday, Irving had some unique comments about Wembanyama’s timing on defense and how he protects the rim. From there, Irving went on to say how Wembanyama should be a strong Defensive Player of the Year candidate. 




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E737 - 35m - Mar 21, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 736: Wemby’s Rookie Block Party, Blake Wesley, and Spurs’ Lottery Odds

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses Victor Wembanyama recording 200 blocks in his rookie season (2:54), Blake Wesley carving out a role for himself (10:40), and the San Antonio Spurs’ lottery odds with the season winding down (19:20). 

    Key questions addressed in the episode:

    How many blocks has Wemby recorded and where do his blocks rank in the league? (2:54)

    How has Blake Wesley carved out a role for himself? (10:40)

    What are the Spurs’ chances of landing the first overall pick in the draft and will the Toronto pick end up going to San Antonio in the draft? (19:20)



    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E736 - 23m - Mar 17, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 735: Spurs Fall to Rockets, Malaki Branham’s Improved Play, and Avoiding a Particular Franchise Record

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses the San Antonio Spurs’ recent loss in Houston (2:05), Malaki Branham’s improved play since the trade deadline (12:00), and whether or not the Spurs can avoid the record for fewest wins in franchise history (15:45).

    Key questions addressed in the episode:

    What happened in Houston?

    Has Malaki Branham improved since the trade deadline?

    How can the Spurs avoid the franchise record for fewest wins in a single season?



    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E735 - 20m - Mar 7, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 734: Spurs Defeat Thunder, Devin Vassell Attacking More Often

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses Victor Wembanyama leading the San Antonio Spurs to a win over the Oklahoma City Thunder (1:50), Devin Vassell attacking more often (15:55), and the Spurs waiving Marcus Morris Sr. (20:35)

    Key questions addressed in the episode:

    How did the Spurs defeat the Thunder?

    Has Devin Vassell’s shot selection changed now that he’s attacking more often?

    What will the Spurs do with the open roster spot?




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E734 - 21m - Mar 2, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 733: The Spurs Through the All-Star Break

    Spurscast Ep. 733: The Spurs Through the All-Star Break


    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid, where they discuss the recent Trae Young trade rumor and the Spurs through the All-Star break.


    Zach Collins Contract Update (2:50)

    Trae Young Trade Rumor (4:35)

    Players through All-Star Break

    Devin Vassell (18:00)

    Keldon Johnson (20:15)

    Jeremy Sochan (22:10)

    Victor Wembanyama (26:40)

    Malaki Branham (29:00)

    Julian Champagnie (31:40)

    Blake Wesley (34:40)

    Dominick Barlow (37:40)

    The veterans: Tre Jones, Zach Collins, Cedi Osman (41:00)

    Marcus Morris Sr. Update (45:05)



    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E732 - 45m - Feb 22, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 732: Spurs Discussed Trae Young Trade with Hawks?

    In the latest episode, Spurscast host Paul Garcia looks at a recent Trae Young trade rumor involving the San Antonio Spurs (1:35), Marcus Morris’ status with San Antonio (17:00), and the first five games of the Rodeo Road Trip (20:05).

    Wednesday in an article from the Ringer, there was some reporting about the Spurs and Atlanta Hawks having discussions about a Trae Young trade before the NBA trade deadline expired.

    In the episode, the question pondered is what would a Young to San Antonio trade look like either before July 1, or after July 1?

    Last week after the Spurs acquired Marcus Morris Sr. via trade, there was reporting that he would be waived from the team. A week later, Morris remains on the team, though he’s currently listed as ‘not with team’ on each injury report. 

    While Morris is still likely to be waived, the Spurs only have until March 1 to waive him so he’ll be able to sign with a playoff team.

    The Spurs are 1-4 in the first half of their Rodeo Road Trip, with double digit losses to Miami, Orlando, Brooklyn, and Dallas. The Spurs’ lone win was a blowout in Toronto, where Victor Wembanyama recorded his second triple double of his career with 27 points, 14 rebounds, and 10 blocks.

    After he was struggling for a few games due to fatigue and adjusting to the grueling NBA schedule, Wembanyma has bounced back in his last three games, where he’s scored over 20 points in each contest, while shooting a higher percentage from three and scoring more of his points in the paint.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E732 - 27m - Feb 16, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 731: Spurs Trade Deadline Recap

    Thursday the trade deadline came and went with the San Antonio Spurs trading veteran Doug McDermott to Indiana (0:38), while reportedly acquiring Marcus Morris Sr., a future second round pick, and cash from the Pacers.

    In the episode, host Paul Garcia breaks down the trade and the Spurs’ options going forward for the remainder of the season. How long will

    Morris Sr. remain a Spur? What are the chances the Spurs waive Cedi Osman (4:15) or Devonte’ Graham (4:55), and might the Spurs look at adding Killian Hayes (5:45) if he clears waivers? Could Dominick Barlow’s contract be converted to a full roster spot (8:25)?

    An early look ahead to the offseason is also explored to see if the Spurs might use their stockpile of draft picks to pursue a trade for Dejounte Murray (13:15), Trae Young (13:45), or look at signing Tyus Jones (14:25).




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E731 - 16m - Feb 8, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 730: Trade Deadline Week Has Arrived

    In the latest episode of the Spurscast, it’s trade deadline week. Host Paul Garcia reviews the San Antonio Spurs’ last three games (2:00), Victor Wembanyama being named the Western Conference rookie of the month for January (5:30), and the Spurs’ upcoming Rodeo Road Trip (7:55). 

    From there, the latest trade rumor is discussed regarding the Spurs' interest in Tyus Jones (9:30). Finally, looking at some potential trade deals (13:50) for Spurs veterans Doug McDermott, Cedi Osman, and Devonte’ Graham, with the NBA trade deadline approaching Thursday at 3 PM ET.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E730 - 20m - Feb 7, 2024
  • Ep. 729: Can Wemby Make the All-Star Team This Season?

    In the latest episode, host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid, where they discuss the Spurs in their last four games (0:43), Victor Wembanyama being named to the Rising Stars team (13:00), and Wemby’s chances of making the All-Star team (16:15).

    The Spurs went 2-2 in their last four games, with a loss the Oklahoma City Thunder, then a win over the Portland Trail Blazers. After defeating Portland, the Spurs had their best win of the season, defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves, who are currently first out West. However, after defeating the Timberwolves, the Spurs had a let down in falling to the Washington Wizards Monday.

    Tuesday Wembanyama was named to the rookie Rising Stars roster. While this wasn’t too surprising, the game format will be interesting to watch Friday February 16, with the mini-tournament style set-up.

    Lastly, the discussion shifts to evaluating Wemby's prospects of landing a spot on the All-Star team.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E729 - 30m - Jan 31, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 728: Trade Exceptions and Wemby’s Efficient Scoring on a Minutes Restriction

    In the latest episode, host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid, where they discuss teams with trade player exceptions (1:40), the latest trade rumors involving Dejounte Murray (10:40), and Victor Wembanyama’s efficient scoring while on a minutes restriction (17:20).

    With Doug McDermott and Cedi Osman reportedly being made available in trade discussions, teams with trade player exceptions are discussed to see if there’s any deals out there where teams might trade for Osman or McDermott.

    There’s new reporting details regarding the Dejounte Murray trade rumors, and the Spurs have reportedly made Devonte’ Graham available in trade discussions as well.

    While being on a minutes restriction, Victor Wembanyama has been incredibly efficient, where he’s scored 20 or more points in 10 of his last 11 games played. The lone game where Wembanyama didn’t score over 20, he tallied his first career triple double.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E728 - 32m - Jan 24, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 727: The Third Quarter Turnaround and More Trade Rumors

    On Spurscast episode 727, host Paul Garcia talks about the San Antonio Spurs’ third-quarter turnaround (2:00), the latest trade rumors (9:15) involving Dejounte Murray, Cedi Osman, and Doug McDermott, and the Spurs’ last four games (17:40).

    The Spurs have seen a dramatic turnaround in the third quarter since starting Tre Jones at point guard. In their first 33 games, they were the worst team in the league in the third quarter, but since Jones took over, they have been the best.

    Over the last week Cedi Osman and Doug McDermott have been mentioned trade rumors, and there are some updates on the Spurs’ interest in Dejounte Murray as well.

    To conclude, we will examine the Spurs’ last four games. They blew out the Detroit Pistons and Charlotte Hornets, but fell to the Chicago Bulls and Atlanta Hawks. In the game against the Pistons, Victor Wembanyama recorded his first career triple-double in just 21 minutes of action.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E726 - 22m - Jan 17, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 726: Spurs Interest in Dejounte Murray?

    On Spurscast episode 726, host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Collin Reid to talk about the Spurs’ reported interest in Dejounte Murray (1:55), the upcoming trade deadline (12:05), the last two games (29:30), and Tre Jones’ performance in the starting point guard role (36:50).


    On Tuesday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported that the San Antonio Spurs are one of the teams with "exploratory interest" in Atlanta Hawks guard Dejounte Murray.


    What might a deal look like should the Spurs and Hawks look further at a deal? With the trade deadline approaching February 8, 2024, other decisions the Spurs will have to make are discussed, such as which players might the team look to trade and who are some players that would fit with the team, if the players were acquired via trade.


    Despite the Spurs' recent two losses, they put up a good fight against the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers, with both games going down to the wire. On Sunday, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Victor Wembanyama faced off for the first time in an unforgettable duel.


    To conclude, the Spurs have started Tre Jones at point guard in the last two games. The team narrowly lost their first two games with Jones at point, but Jones, Wembanyama, and Devin Vassell all played well in the close losses.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E726 - 41m - Jan 10, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 725: Recent Roster Moves Due to Injuries

    In Spurscast episode 725, host Paul Garcia discusses the Spurs’ last four games (1:50), fast break scoring (11:30), Keldon Johnson off the bench (12:50), more injuries, and recent roster moves by the team (15:10).


    The Last 4 Games


    The San Antonio Spurs snapped their five-game skid with a victory at Portland last Thursday, but they have since dropped their next three games against the Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, and Memphis Grizzlies.


    More Injuries


    In recent games, Zach Collins and Malaki Branham both sustained ankle injuries. Victor Wembanyama has also been frustrated with being on a minutes restriction due to his ankle injury. Collins is expected to be out for 2-4 weeks, while Branham is doubtful to play in Thursday’s game against Milwaukee.


    Recent Roster Moves


    Last week, the Spurs waived two-way player Charles Bediako due to an injury that will sideline him for 6-8 weeks. To fill the open two-way slot, the team signed Mamadi Diakite, a 6-foot-9 big man who can provide depth to the frontcourt.

    On Tuesday, the Spurs applied for a Disabled Player Exception for Charles Bassey, who will be sidelined for the rest of the season due to injury. If the exception is approved, the Spurs will have $1.3 million to sign a player, trade for a player, or claim a player off waivers.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E725 - 18m - Jan 3, 2024
  • Spurscast Ep. 724: Another New Starting Lineup

    In Spurscast episode 724, Spurscast host Paul Garcia discusses the Spurs’ last three games (1:20), Victor Wembanyama’s ankle injury (4:50), and another new starting lineup (8:10).


    The Last 3 Games


    The San Antonio Spurs have lost their last five games, including their last three against the Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, and Utah Jazz. Their schedule will ease up a bit in January, with games against Portland, Detroit, Charlotte, and Washington.


    Wemby’s Ankle Injury


    In the pregame warm-ups prior to facing the Mavericks on Saturday, Wembanyama stepped on the foot of a ball boy and injured his ankle. As a result, Wembanyama was forced to sit out the game against the Mavericks and has been on a minutes restriction in the games he has played since.

    Wembanyama is expected to play in the Spurs’ game Thursday in Portland, but he may miss the next game against the Trail Blazers on Friday night.


    Another New Starting Lineup


    The Spurs have made a change to their starting lineup, adding Julian Champagnie to the lineup alongside Malaki Branham, Devin Vassell, Jeremy Sochan, and Wembanyama.

    To give the bench more balance, Keldon Johnson will now be coming off the bench to support Tre Jones, Zach Collins, Cedi Osman, and Doug McDermott.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E724 - 17m - Dec 28, 2023
  • Spurscast Ep. 723: Losing Streak Ends; Keldon Johnson and Malaki Branham So Far This Season

    In Spurscast episode 723, Spurscast host Paul Garcia and Project Spurs writer Collin Reid discuss the San Antonio Spurs’ 18-game losing streak ending (1:30), the Spurs’ new starting lineup (8:40), and how the season has gone for Keldon Johnson (21:00) and Malaki Branham (28:50). 

    18 Game Losing Streak Ends

    The Spurs’ franchise record 18-game losing streak came to an end last week when the Spurs defeated the Anthony Davis-less Los Angeles Lakers. Since then, the Spurs have gone on to lose their next two games by double digits against New Orleans and Milwaukee.

    More New Starting Five Analysis

    With another game logged for the new starting five of Branham, Devin Vassell, Johnson, Jeremy Sochan, and Victor Wembanyama, Reid’s analysis is provided regarding the new lineup.

    Keldon Johnson and Malaki Branham Through 26 Games

    The play of Johnson and Branham on both ends of the court is discussed in the final topic of the episode.




    Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

    Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
    E723 - 37m - Dec 21, 2023
Audio Player Image
The Spurscast
Loading...