In this rather somber episode of the Litecast, the crew attempts to tackle a host of topics, but the news of the day made it rather difficult.
The life and legacy of Kobe Bryan was discussed, including what he meant to kids growing up in the Midwest hundreds of miles from the nearest NBA city, what his legacy is and how the NBA remembers all he gave to the game, and how surreal it was to follow the news on social media in real time.
The Cyclone’s 76-80 loss at Auburn was also discussed, which required some box-score and tea-leaf sifting to find the positives in the road defeat.
On a happier note, the Super Bowl was also discussed, including our picks for the game as well as a host of proposition bets that we found interesting, including the odds on the camera showing J-Lo butt cleavage (how is this a real bet/who actually judges this??), the length of the National Anthem (take the under), and some actual sport-related player props.
Catch us next week to recap the Super Bowl, review our betting
failures successes, and cover all random and relevant sports topics.