Pardon the Interruption

Season 10 Episode 79

February 21, 2011

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Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on if Blake Griffin deserved to win the Slam Dunk contest, where his signature dunk was jumping over the hood of a car; their thoughts on Kobe Bryant being named MVP of the NBA All-Star game as he led the West to a win over the East; their thoughts on 20-year-old Trevor Bayne winning the Daytona 500; their thoughts on the suicide of former Bears safety Dave Duerson, who stated in his suicide note that he wants his brain to be studied to for congenital brain disease; their thoughts on the reports that say Isiah Thomas is secretly running the Knicks' trade talks with the Nuggets for Carmelo Anthony. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless

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