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The Grant Napear Show - November 15, 2012

On the Grant Napear Show, Grant talked about Magic Johnson's comments about new Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni, Royce White's anxiety disorder, how the Houston Rockets should handle the situation and Royce's potential sense of entitlement. There was a lot of talk about the Sacramento Kings, why they have not been playing well and what can be done to fix the team.

Aldon Smith, San Francisco 49ers Linebacker, was on with Grant and talked about what his mindset is going through a practice when he has no idea who the opposing quarterback is, what he thinks the key is to getting to the quarterback and whether this is just another game or whether it means a lot more since it's Monday Night Football against the Bears. Aldon spoke about what it takes to prepare himself for the riggers of a full NFL season in comparison to the college game being that this is his first season as a starter for the 49ers.

NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger came on the show to talk 49ers/Bears on Monday Night Football. Brian talked about the 49ers run defense and his concern level for this game. Grant and Brian talked about the Bears offense and Jay Cutler's ability to run the team. Brian talked about Greg Roman and his ability to create a great run offense scheme. The duo also spoke about NFC East and what it takes to win in that division.

Kings forward Jason Thompson joined Grant and talked about the Sacramento Kings, their struggles, how to fix these issues and the morale of the organization. Jason talked about the Hawks game against the Golden State Warriors last night and scouting the team before they play tomorrow night. Jason and Grant ended the segment with a highlight of Jason's News10 sports anchor gig last night, talked a little fashion in regards to Thompson's suits and how Jason Thompson's hometown was affected by Hurricane Sandy.

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