Bright Side After Dark Episode 3: LeBron James and Internet Favors

Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

Sreekar Sreekarovic, Scott Howard, and Bryan Gibberman are back for the 3rd installment of Bright Side After Dark. We talk about LeBron James a lot.

For some reason you're listening, so we're back for round 3.  Come listen to the podcast the critics are calling "a podcast" and raving that "it has three people on it".

On a special 4th of July edition of the Bright Side After Dark podcast, Michelle's dog, Comet, runs away. The Rippers no longer want Jesse in their band. D.J. ends a relationship with a rich boyfriend. we dive into the exciting tease that is the LeBron James to the Suns rumors, talk about Steve Nash's 2012 July 4th departure, and offer whatever "internet favors" are.

As per usual, Gibby tried to murder all of the fun but we reigned him in with a bit of verbal jousting. 

If that isn't enough to pique your interest the know we also talk about sacrificing Sreekar's life to put LeBron in Phoenix.  It got weird.

Take it from Rollin Mason:



If you feel like having some fun listening to three dudes talk about the Suns and laugh at each other - click the link below:


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