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Eye on Basketball Podcast: A league divided no more?

By Zach Harper | NBA writer

Matt Moore joins me today to talk about the idea of getting rid of divisions in the NBA. Adam Silver is apparently open to the idea of ridding the league of divisions. That spurs the conversation of whether or not the league should get rid of conferences in general and just take the top 16 teams in the NBA for the playoffs. Would we lose out on those definitive roads to the Finals like we see with Heat vs. Pacers right now and the Pistons in the mid-2000's? Is it an overreaction to the East being down against the West?

Speaking of realignment, the Brooklyn Nets realigned their coaching staff with the reassignment of Lawrence Frank to doing daily reports. As we get more details out of the blowup between Frank and Jason Kidd, does this story just start to get weirder? Was it insecurity in Kidd's young coaching career that caused this? Did Frank overstep his job description and duties that caused Kidd to reclaim control of the team? Is this going to get uglier? Will be see the Nets get healthy, move on, and become a good team again?

We discuss all of this, plus taking too many 3-pointers when you're off, Quincy Pondexter's injury, and give a lengthy preview to Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers matchup.

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.

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