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Kirk Your Enthusiasm, Episode 5: Brian Schroeder aka Cosmis

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Luka and KP and prospects, the 2020 draft, and more

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This time around I was joined by one of the very first people I followed on twitter a million years ago, Brian Schroeder, aka @Cosmis. Remember, go to one of the links below and subscribe! Also rate and review if you have a chance! The audio was a lot better this week as I learned how close I should be to the microphone.

Brian’s been an excellent twitter follow since the beginning of time for me and things like this gem still stick in my mind years later.

Brian’s written for a number of places over the years, but most recently with some contributions to Uproxx. He has is own Patreon as well which I highly recommend subscribing to as he spends a crazy amount of time breaking down tape of NBA prospects and providing better player analysis than many big names.

We start talking about Luka Doncic as a prospect, since Brian was one of the earliest guys in on Luka as far back as 2015. After exploring what Doncic could grow into as a player, we pivot to Porzingis and other Dallas players. Next, I ask him to list out a few players Dallas Mavericks fans should keep an eye on in 2019-20 in terms of potential Maverick draft prospects. Here’s a handy list for reference:

  • Romeo Weems
  • Terrance Shannon
  • Malcolm Cazalon
  • Deni Avdija from Israel
  • Isaac Okoro
  • Precious Achiuwa
  • Josh Green
  • DJ Carton
  • Isaiah Joe
  • Bryan Antoine
  • Jahmius Ramsey

We finish off talking about his favorite prospect generally for 2020 and then chat a bit about his love/hate relationship with NBA 2k20 which comes out this week.

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