This week on The Underdog:

On this week’s episode Chris Horwedel and Anshu Khanna talk about:

0:33: Intro
1:35: Boston Celtics: Are they the best team in the East?  Is Jaylen Brown a real candidate for Most Improved Player?  How much does the Gordon Hayward injury hurt them?
5:11: New York Knicks: Are they the worst team in basketball?  Will they finish with the worst record in the conference?
7:31: Milwaukee Bucks: Can they keep rolling with Khris Middleton out?  Is Giannis the heavy MVP favorite?
9:21: Washington Wizards: Is Isaiah Thomas back (or just a bad player putting up stats on a bad team)?
14:09: Toronto Raptors: They sit at 7-3, can they keep playing the same level of basketball with Kyle Lowry out for a while?
17:06: Chicago Bulls: Could Jim Boylan be fired midway through the season?
22:35: Miami Heat: Which of the two rookie standouts is more likely to keep up their scoring numbers?
23:38: Orlando Magic: Just 3-7 through 10 games, will the Magic figure things out and contend for the playoffs?
30:03: Philadelphia 76ers: How much does Ben Simmons continued unwillingness to shoot hurt the offense?
33:59: Atlanta Hawks: Jabari Parker has been playing great in place of the suspended John Collins — is Jabari Parker finally all the way back?
34:46: Indiana Pacers: Malcolm Brogdon has been a revelation for the Pacers, can he keep it up or is he playing over his head?
35:42: Detroit Pistons: The Pistons are currently outside the playoffs, but Andre Drummond has stated he wants to play his entire career in Detroit, Can that happen?
26:20: Cleveland Cavaliers: The Cavs are currently the #7 seed, can they actually make the playoffs this season?
37:03: Charlotte Hornets: Could Devonte’ Graham outscore Terry Rozier this season?
38:00: Brooklyn Nets: Kyrie Irving is averaging 30PPG for the #8 seed Nets, can Kyrie average over 30 a game this season?

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Very likely the only website contributor who is also an NFL owner (yes, a family member once bought into one of those valueless stock sales and gifted him a share of the Green Bay Packers), Anshu has been #belt-ing his way into your hearts and loins since joining Chris Horwedel's NFL Draft Blitz circa 2007 and contributing to ProFootballFocus starting in 2010. A lifelong Chicagoan with Wisconsin ties, this King In The North spends his winters attached to the United and Kohl Center hardwoods and ice rinks, as well as to the Frozen Tundras of Lambeau Field and Camp Randall Stadium. His summers are occupied by keeping a watchful eye on the White Sox farm system and creepily monitoring spandex-ed NFL Draftees. Expect a nerd-out and judgmental elitism. Also, made-up words.

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