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Mariotti Show Replay: Wednesday, March 5th

Missed part of the show? Heres a rewind of the program on March 5, 2014.Tiger_Woods_2014

The Mariotti Show streams live M-F noon to 3 ET.

Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: March 5, 2014:

LEBRON IS HUMAN, REMEMBER

-- May look like a superhero, but does get tired

-- Admits fatigue in Houston loss

-- Begs question: Rest him more down stretch?

-- Sacrifice No. 1 seed, make sure he's healthy?

-- Mimimize risk of injury, playing with broken nose

-- How important is winning MVP in equation?

-- How vital is having No. 1 seed vs. Indiana?

DURANT VS. LEBRON

-- Compelling MVP race, down the stretch

-- He scores 42, sits out fourth quarter

-- Put his team ahead of MVP race

A FEARSOME WESTERN CONFERENCE

-- Barkley, Jerry West say league is bad, but not West

-- Every playoff series will be a brouhaha

-- Houston is serious, Dwight Howard top of game again

-- Howard healthy, happy, with perfect team for his skill set

-- Miserable in L.A., didn't mesh with Kobe, new man

-- San Antonio gets Leonard back

-- Clippers add to great depth with Granger, Davis

-- Oklahoma City is Oklahoma City

-- Golden State wins in Indiana

WHY IS DOMINIQUE WILKINS DISSING LEBRON?

-- Hate it when former legend rips next-generation superstar

-- Sounds bitter, though Charlotte wasn't playing defense

INTERVIEW WITH STAN VAN GUNDY, NBC SPORTS

-- Says his former big man, Howard, is in perfect place

-- Still thinks Oklahoma City is West favorite

-- Thinks No. 1 seed in East is too important to sit LeBron

-- Says several teams are tanking, including Orlando

-- Leaning toward Durant as MVP

-- Debates one-and-done rule and why two years is better

-- Reminds us that any other college student has freedom

JOE DUMARS OUT, PHIL JACKSON IN?

-- Dumas gone as president of Pistons

-- Jackson has consulted for owner Gores, his L.A. friend

-- Phil won't be running Lakers' basketball operation

-- Though fiancee Jeanie runs business side

-- Jerry Buss, in will, put son Jim in charge of basketball

-- Phil and Jim have had issues, Hollywood soap opera

-- Phil envies Pat Riley, his old coaching antagonist

-- Yes, it's Detroit, but these jobs don't open much

-- Would be running Kings if they'd moved to Seattle

 

Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: March 5, 2014:

TIGER WOODS WILL PLAY AT DORAL

-- Conducts press conference, we bring it live

-- Winner four times at new Doral, maybe bring good mojo

-- Worst start of his career

-- Says media has written him off, he'll be back

-- Concerned about back issues, should be

-- Had to explain quitting to daughter

-- These could linger rest of career

-- Needs to develop momentum for Masters

-- Adam Scott about to overtake him as No. 1

-- Will play with Scott and Stenson Thursday

IS UNHAPPY ENDING INEVITABLE FOR TIGER?

-- Sad if bad back ends his reign

-- Always epitomized the golfer as a supreme athlete

-- Has been dealing with crashes at majors, now this?

MARTIN ST. LOUIS TRADED

-- Huge hockey trade, involving Rangers and Lightning

-- Most lyrical name in sports, can't stop saying it

-- Ryan Callahan, boring name by comparison

-- St. Louis demanded trade, bitter about Yzerman

-- Yzerman jacked him around per Team Canada

-- Tampa Bay icons -- is Sapp still biggest guy in town?

-- Joe Maddon, actually, is a treasure

U.S. SOCCER GAME IN UKRAINE

-- Moved to Cyprus, because of unrest

-- World Cup 99 days away

-- Is Brazil possibly ready? Will it ever be?

-- U.S. needs major breakthrough in a World Cup

-- Otherwise, a niche sport in this country

BRANDON BROWNER

-- One-year suspension reduced by NFL

-- NFL keeps overreaching per Seattle suspensions

MIKE MCQUEARY

-- Did ESPN out him as sexual-abuse victim without permission?

-- Journalism world, what's left of it, debates it

MARTIN ST. LOUIS

-- Jay won't stop saying his name, rolling it off tongue

 

Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: March 5, 2014:

LEBRON IS HUMAN, REMEMBER

-- May look like a superhero, but does get tired

-- Admits fatigue in Houston loss

-- Begs question: Rest him more down stretch?

-- Sacrifice No. 1 seed, make sure he's healthy?

-- Mimimize risk of injury, playing with broken nose

-- How important is winning MVP in equation?

-- How vital is having No. 1 seed vs. Indiana?

DURANT VS. LEBRON

-- Compelling MVP race, down the stretch

-- He scores 42, sits out fourth quarter

-- Put his team ahead of MVP race

A FEARSOME WESTERN CONFERENCE

-- Barkley, Jerry West say league is bad, but not West

-- Every playoff series will be a brouhaha

-- Houston is serious, Dwight Howard top of game again

-- Howard healthy, happy, with perfect team for his skill set

-- Miserable in L.A., didn't mesh with Kobe, new man

-- San Antonio gets Leonard back

-- Clippers add to great depth with Granger, Davis

-- Oklahoma City is Oklahoma City

-- Golden State wins in Indiana

WHY IS DOMINIQUE WILKINS DISSING LEBRON?

-- Hate it when former legend rips next-generation superstar

-- Sounds bitter, though Charlotte wasn't playing defense

INTERVIEW WITH STAN VAN GUNDY, NBC SPORTS

-- Says his former big man, Howard, is in perfect place

-- Still thinks Oklahoma City is West favorite

-- Thinks No. 1 seed in East is too important to sit LeBron

-- Says several teams are tanking, including Orlando

-- Leaning toward Durant as MVP

-- Debates one-and-done rule and why two years is better

-- Reminds us that any other college student has freedom

JOE DUMARS OUT, PHIL JACKSON IN?

-- Dumas gone as president of Pistons

-- Jackson has consulted for owner Gores, his L.A. friend

-- Phil won't be running Lakers' basketball operation

-- Though fiancee Jeanie runs business side

-- Jerry Buss, in will, put son Jim in charge of basketball

-- Phil and Jim have had issues, Hollywood soap opera

-- Phil envies Pat Riley, his old coaching antagonist

-- Yes, it's Detroit, but these jobs don't open much

-- Would be running Kings if they'd moved to Seattle

 

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