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Bryan Eglesia believes versatility is key in the industry. Whether it's as a sports journalist, radio producer, live reporter, announcer or podcast host. Bryan has experience juggling multiple roles while performing at a high and efficient level.  

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How the Dubs Dynasty stayed patient in return to NBA mountaintop

In an era of basketball where isolation offense reigns supreme in an instant gratification world, the Golden State Warriors have taken an uncharted path toward success.

The Warriors look to prove they can win using their championship core while developing their young players simultaneously.

People who follow the NBA had many questions regarding whether the Warriors would be able to get back to the mountain top and hoist the Larry O'Brien trophy again.

Can an aging championship core bring alon

Steve Kerr: The man at the helm of the Dubs Dynasty

There have been many iconic dynasties over the rich 75-year history of the National Basketball Association: Bill Russell’s' Celtics, the Showtime Lakers, Jordan's Bulls, Duncan's Spurs, and the most recent dynasty – Curry's Warriors.

Many factors go into being a dynasty in the NBA, players making big-time plays, and having a head coach with the ability to lead a group to victory.

Michael Jordan's Bulls had the Zen Master Phil Jackson, Tim Duncan's Spurs had Gregg Popovich, the Showtime Lakers

Iron Man Kevon Looney remains unsung hero of Warriors

The 2021-22 Golden State Warriors season has been an emotional roller coaster for the organization and its fans.

Fans and spectators have seen it all, from the highs of seeing the big three of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green together on the court for the first time in over 1,000 days to the stretch of disappointing defeats to teams fighting for ping pong balls in Orlando and Washington.

Warriors fans have been through a season filled with inconsistencies, with players and coache