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Episode 51: Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder Opening Night Preview

Opening Night Preview A special S/O and 'Thank YOU' to our Homage fam for the hospitality and launch of our newest and latest RT swag. Along w/ coinciding this special recording w/ Homage at their location we had a chance to get two of the newest Cavaliers on, for some fun: Jae Crowder and Isaiah Thomas. Of all the bromances the Cavs have come across, don't blink an eye at these two. Listen and you'll understand. Their instant appreciation and love for what they've experienced thus far in #TheLand, their competitivenatures and how they really mirror one another to what it will be like for IT when he sees a former face of the Celtic Organization come Opening Night of the NBA season. Jae opens things up for a Q and A with the RT fans that came to support, Channing and RJ continue to show why they are the GOATS and the fun just continued to roll. Last thing I'll say, if you're able to make it thru RJ's final salute - you'll enjoy all this pod has to give - undiluted, raw and real. 

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