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Bully Ball

with Rachel Nichols and Demarcus Cousins

Emmy Award-winning journalist Rachel Nichols and 4x NBA All-Star Demarcus Cousins sift through the 24/7 NBA news cycle and break down the stories you need to hear. Each week, Rachel and Boogie grade NBA overreactions, rank the best stories from NBA Twitter, and deliver fans first hand insight from a pair of hosts that have been around the NBA for decades. Watch new episodes every Monday at 6pm ET on DraftKings Network – available on the Roku Channel, Samsung TV Plus, Xumo Play, Google TV, and right here!

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Los Angeles Lakers v Los Angeles Clippers
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Does Boogie Cousins buy the Clippers as a title contender?

Rachel Nichols and Boogie Cousins discuss the Clippers and whether a first-time champion will be crowned this season.

Minnesota Timberwolves v Detroit Pistons
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Does the NBA need to get the “nerds” out of the game?

Rachel Nichols and Boogie Cousins discuss the league’s 65-game postseason awards requirement, analytics and load management in the latest episode of Bully Ball on DraftKings Network.

Oklahoma City Thunder v Philadelphia 76ers
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Who should be the NBA MVP front-runner?

Rachel Nichols and Boogie Cousins welcome Amin Elhassan to discuss midseason awards in the latest episode of Bully Ball on DraftKings Network.

Washington Wizards v Cleveland Cavaliers
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Should the Heat go after Donovan Mitchell?

Rachel Nichols and Boogie Cousins discuss potential moves for the Miami Heat in the latest episode of Bully Ball on DraftKings Network.

Dallas Mavericks v Golden State Warriors
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Do the Warriors need a change of leadership?

Rachel Nichols and Boogie Cousins discuss the Warriors’ future in their debut episode of Bully Ball on DraftKings Network.

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Introducing All The Smoke and DraftKings Network’s new roster of hoops programming

NBA champs Matt Barnes, Stephen Jackson and their network of shows join DraftKings Network’s stable of basketball shows.