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    The Bobcast is back as Dome Theory: Mac Miller and Bronny James

    Discussions on the late, great musician's new album and the future of fan/player interaction after Bronny got hit with an orange.


    Welcome back The Bobcast, the former weekly tour of sports and pop culture now known as Dome Theory. Each week we’ll air several themed episode exploring trends, releases in music, our weekly interview series and conversations with friends.

    Bobby Manning’s show tracks prominent people’s rise from aspiration to accomplishment in all areas of sports and culture. Taylor McCloud joins from Celtics Post Game as an occasional co-host and the show’s lead producer.

    Mac Miller’s Swimming’s follow-up, a posthumous release called “Circles” wowed critics after Jon Brion completed it. Our music host Jamel Smith joined on Monday to remember his life and legacy, discuss posthumous albums in general and even throw some Eminem shade after his surprise album.

    In the Wednesday interview series, Danny Priest from the Springfield Student discussed his road into journalism, preparation for the Hoophall Tournament and the Bronny James orange incident. Are we at a reckoning point for player/fan interaction after incidents involving Isaiah Thomas, Marcus Smart and Russell Westbrook.

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