NBA’s Longest Active Playoff Series Win Droughts

Two NBA squads have not won a playoff series since 2004 & one hasn’t made it out the 1st round since 2002! Spectator Sporting will reflect on the last time these teams won a playoff series & the main reasons for their droughts.

3rd Longest Drought————————–00:43-04:54

2nd Longest Drought————————–04:58-09:37

Longest Drought——————————–09:42-17:33

Which team has the brightest future?-17:39-23:36

Previous Video: Bulls Core Players Evaluation & Bye-Boylen

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Bulls Core Players Evaluation & Bye-Boylen

The Bulls have missed the playoffs for the 3rd straight season & new management must thoroughly evaluate this young roster. Will LaVine lead the Bulls to the playoffs next season? Will Markkanen gain his confidence back? Is Coby White the point guard of the future? What to expect from the Bulls next coach? Spectator Sporting got the answers on episode #49.

Can LaVine lead the Bulls to contention?-00:43-04:54

What happened to Markkanen?————–04:58-09:37

Is Coby White the PG of the future?———09:42-17:33

Who else needs to step up?———————17:39-23:36

Replacing Jim Boylen——————————23:38-27:32

Previous Video: Pippen’s Exceptional Legacy

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Pippen’s Exceptional Legacy

How was Scottie Pippen portrayed in ‘The Last Dance’ documentary? Some say Pip’s contributions to the Bulls success was diminished in the film. Spectator Sporting reflects on Pippen’s career & legacy.

Pip unleashed by triangle offense—————01:08-06:42

Pippen’s 1993-94 season——————————06:45-14:00

How was Pip portrayed in ‘The Last Dance’-14:03-20:24

Pippen’s Houston & Portland years————-20:26-24:28

Final thoughts on Pippen’s Legacy————–24:29-28:55

Previous Video: NBA’s Top 3 – 90s Teams without a Ring

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NBA’s Top 3 – 90’s Teams with No Ring

Only 4 teams won a championship in the 90’s but there were several other dynamic squads that came close with no cigar. What is Spectator Sporting’s top 3 teams in the 1990’s without a NBA Championship ring? Special guest Bird will reveal his picks along with Spectator Sporting’s Zach Roach & Adewale on best 1990’s teams without a championship.

3rd Best Team———-01:35-09:25

2nd Best Team ———09:32-15:57

Best Team—————-16:04-23:03

Honorable Mentions-22:05-23:23

Previous Video: NFC North 2020 Draft Review

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NFC North 2020 Draft Review

Green Bay stole the headlines with their bold trade up for QB Jordan Love! The Vikings may have had the best draft in the NFL. Detroit got a steal with RB D’Andre Swift in the 2nd Rd. Did Da Bears make the right moves with TE Cole Kmet & CB Jaylon Johnson in the 2nd Rd? Spectator Sporting will discuss these topics & more on the NFC North 2020 Draft Review.

Vikings–01:10-07:29

Lions—–07:32-12:10

Packers–12:12-19:40

Bears—–19:42-25:34

Previous Video: Bears 2020 Rookie Class

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Bears 2020 Rookie Class

Apparently, Da Bears are trying to fill up half their roster with TEs & CBs. But seriously, Cole Kmet may have filled a glaring need at TE to go along with Jimmy Graham. Will Jaylon Johnson form a formidable duo with Kyle Fuller at CB? Plus Ryan Pace proved that he’s addicted to trading up & maneuvered his way into three 5th round picks. Spectator Sporting will analyze every pick & some UDFAs.

Cole Kmet————————-00:52-04:25

Jaylon Johnson——————04:27-08:15

Trevis Gipson——————–08:18-10:13

Kindle Vildor———————10:16-12:46

Darnell Mooney—————–12:50-15:23

Arlington Hambright———-15:28-16:30

Chavious Simmons————-16:35-17:54

Artavis Pierce———————18:30-20:00

Ledarius Mack——————–20:01-21:19

Final Thoughts on the Draft-21:23-28:00

Previous Video: Draft Needs for Da Bears – 2020

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Draft Needs for Da Bears – 2020

What Position Must Da Bears address with the 43rd pick?—00:34-06:01

Which position should Chicago fix with the 50th pick———-06:02-09:58

Should Da Bears select a QB in the 2nd round?——————–10:00-13:26

Thoughts on Da Bears not picking again until the 5th round-13:28-17:26

Should Ryan Pace trade up again?—————————————17:29-23:23

Should Chicago draft a CB in the 2nd rd?——————————23:24-24:15

The NFL Draft is quickly approaching & the Bears have two 2nd round picks. The smoke of free agency has cleared up but Chicago still have some positions of need. Which needs should the Bears address in the 2nd round? Will Chicago find any hidden gems in the 5th round or later? You are at the right place for the Bears NFL Draft Preview.

Previous Video: NFL’s Offensive Weapons on New Teams

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NFL’s Offensive Weapons Changing Teams

Plenty of offensive weapons has changed teams this off-season! Which teams overpaid for a player or gave up too much in a trade? Spectator Sporting will discuss which fan bases should be excited with their new offensive skill position players.

Brandin Cooks replaces Hopkins———–01:03-03:45

Stefon Diggs Traded to Bills——————-03:48-07:24

Austin Hooper joins Browns——————07:25-11:18

Emmanuel Sanders to NOLA——————11:20-16:44

Melvin Gordon to Broncos———————-11:07-12:18

Todd Gurley’s Midnight Train to Georgia-12:22-16:47

Previous Video: Dynamic Defensive Players on New Squads

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NFL’s Dynamic Defensive Players on New Squads

Several top-notch NFL defensive players changed teams via trade or free agency. Spectator Sporting will analyze highly rated defenders going to new squads.

Deforest Buckner-01:03-03:45

Byron Jones———03:48-07:24

Darius Slay———-07:25-11:18

Calais Campbell—11:20-16:44

Dante Fowler Jr.–11:07-12:18

Robert Quinn——12:22-16:47

Previous Video: Veteran NFL QBs Bring New Teams Hope

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Veteran NFL QBs Bring New Teams Hope

At least 4 NFL teams will have a new veteran starting QB to begin the 2020 season. Bridgewater replaces Newton, Brady joins Bruce Ariens, Rivers heads to the Colts and Foles is looking to replace Trubisky. Spectator Sporting will discuss these QB’s potential impact on their new squads.

Teddy Bridgewater-01:03-03:45

Philip Rivers———-03:48-07:24

Tom Brady————-07:25-11:18

Nick Foles————–11:20-16:44

Previous Video: Bears Free Agency Review 2020

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