Did Lauri Markkanen have a BETTER DUNK than Jaylen Brown? | (debatable)

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On today’s show, Pablo Torre, Izzy Gutierrez and Spencer Hall open with the Saints’ win over the Seahawks on Monday Night Football. Is the Seahawks’ season over? Then, what does it tell you that Jimmy Garoppolo is still starting for the 49ers over Trey Lance? Are the Braves going to choke against the Astros? Plus, Marshawn Lynch on the Manningcast, SEC vs. NFL crowds and Lauri Markkanen’s big dunk over Nikola Jokic!

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