Story time with Brian Windhorst & Marc J. Spears on old NBA practices | The Hoop Collective

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Brian Windhorst and Marc J. Spears reminisce to the early days of their career covering the NBA when reporters were allowed at team practices, including Windhorst telling a story of when the Cleveland Cavaliers were practicing while the circus was in town.

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