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B&C Morning Show: Greg Anthony Talks NBA Finals

(Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)

(Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)

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Greg Anthony (pictured above with UNLV teammates Stacy Augmon & Larry Johnson after the trio was drafted back in 1991) joined Boomer & Craig this morning after the Heat gained the upper-hand in the NBA Finals, taking Game 1 over the Mavericks last night in Miami.

After winning a National Championship at UNLV, Anthony was drafted by the Knicks with the 12th pick and went on to play in the NBA for 12 seasons with six different teams.

These days Anthony is still very involved with basketball, working as an analyst for NBA TV and he talked with the guys about the Heat’s impressive performance throughout the playoffs, leading up to the finals matchup with the Mavs.

Craig asked Anthony about LeBron James’ place in history and the comments Scottie Pippen recently made, comparing James and Michael Jordan.

Last week the guys welcomed Anthony’s former Runnin’ Rebels teammate, Larry Johnson in the Allstate Studio and at the age of 42, Johnson admitted that he personally choked against Duke back in 1991.  so the guys asked Anthony if he agreed with his teammates assessment and his answer might surprise you…

LISTEN: Greg Anthony Talks About the NBA Finals (6/1)

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