Punt Brothers podcast: Chris 'Birdman' Andersen, the LeBron James of his generation

The crown jewel of this year's NBA free agency period is Chris "Birdman" Andersen. But where's he headed? In this episode of Punt Brothers, Ryan Nanni and Jon Bois speak to three SB Nation writers who actually know lots of things about basketball.

Who wins NBA free agency? Well guess what, it's you, the fan and podcast listener. Jon Bois and Ryan Nanni, while friendly enough, are dipshits who don't have any understanding of real value to offer any of you, and that's why we brought on three guests for this episode of Punt Brothers:

- Seth Rosenthal (@seth_rosenthal). Editor at our Knicks blog, Posting and Toasting, and writer at SBNation.com.

- Ricky O'Donnell (@SBN_Ricky). Editor at our Bulls blog. Blog a Bull, and writer at SBNation.com.

- Rebecca Lawson (@beccaaftersix). Editor at our Mavericks blog, Mavs Moneyball.

Among the highlights:

- We celebrate Dirk and marvel at why and how he is Dirk
- We come up with adorable nicknames for Raymond Felton
- We ask what each team has to do to land Chris "Birdman" Andersen, the LeBron James of his day
- We note the Bulls' ownership of the least valuable bargaining chip in the NBA, and what the Hell they could possibly get for him
- We ask why Seth is a Knicks fan and what is wrong with him
- We discuss the viability of Shoney's placemats as legal stationary

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