Eye on Basketball Podcast: Don't call it a comeback

By Zach Harper | NBA writer

We had a huge night in basketball Tuesday night and it was capped off/highlighted by the Golden State Warriors' 27-point comeback victory over the Toronto Raptors. Matt Moore joins me to talk about it all. Did you start to feel bad for the Raptors and their fans? Does this put Dwane Casey in danger of losing his job? How would you defend the Warriors in a playoff series? Why would you ever leave Klay Thompson open on the perimeter? Wouldn't you just rather give them two-point shots?

How weird is this Brooklyn Nets reassigning Lawrence Frank story? The Nets have moved an assistant coach that they gave a six-year, $6 million deal to be Jason Kidd's lead assistant into an unknown role as long as he stays away from games and practices. Where does he possibly go? Why wouldn't they just eat the money and fire him? Is this something that shows Jason Kidd is taking control?

We discuss all of that, plus terrible trade ideas, the job Rob Hennigan has done with the Orlando Magic, and preview tonight's games.

Have questions for the podcast? Send them to zach.harper@cbsinteractive.com, or ask them on Twitter with the hashtag #EOBPod, and we'll answer them on the show.

You can download the episode here. You can subscribe to us on iTunes, and you should like us on Facebook. Follow Eye on Basketball on Twitter here.

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