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PODCAST: Talking Jason Kidd's coaching, Bucks' expectations and future with Ian Levy (Part 2)

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Our latest podcast features the wonderful Ian Levy, who currently serves as the Senior NBA Editor at Fansided, the Editor-in-Chief of the Hardwood Paroxysm Basketball Network, and a contributor at Nylon Calculus. If you missed the first part of the podcast where we discussed Point Giannis and much more, be sure to take a listen right here or listen to both podcasts below.

Episode 21: Ian Levy Part 2

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Episode 20: Ian Levy Part 1

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In the second part of the podcast, we took a closer look at the Eastern Conference and tried to determine the fallers and risers in the Eastern Conference before hopping in to more Bucks-centric topics. After briefly touching on my Frank Vogel fanaticism, Ian discusses some of the ways that the former Pacers coach helped the Pacers try to turn into a pace-and-space small ball juggernaut, which may or may not instructive for current Bucks coach Jason Kidd. We also asked Ian to discuss his perception of Kidd's coaching from afar, as well as what Bucks fans can expect from their squad this year and in coming years as well.

We'd also like to thank SeatGeek for sponsoring today's episode -- if you haven't already, be sure to download the app and check out the pod for a promotional code worth $20 toward your first purchase (if you listen to other NBA podcasts this probably sounds familiar!). We'll be running the promotion this week and if things go well we'll hopefully be able to do it again closer to the season. Thanks for your support!