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BY: Ethan Rosenzweig & Xander Horwitz
PUBLISHED: May 13, 2016

The Witz’ Break Down the Week in Sports

This week, The Sporting Edge is joined by a very special guest, founder Todd “Bubba” Horwitz. The Witz and Witz duo start by breaking down the epic meltdown of James Harden and the Rockets during Game 6 against the Spurs. Harden didn’t even attempt a shot until midway through the second quarter and finished with a season-low 10 points. The Spurs will move on to face the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. 

The current odds for the NBA Championship are as follows: Golden State -300, Cleveland +260, and San Antonio +1500. Xander and Bubba both agree that the best value is offered by the Spurs, who have a legitimate shot to knock off the Warriors if they can control the pace of play during the series. Xander thinks the Spurs take it in 7. 

Bubba kicks off the baseball breakdown by talking about the AL East. He’s impressed by what the Yankees and Orioles are doing right now but still thinks the Red Sox have the best chance at winning the division. The Astros continue to dominate Dallas with Keuchel and their extremely potent lineup. 

The Cubs are struggling to get going right now, but both Witz’ think they will turn it around in time to win the division and make some noise in the playoffs again. The Rockies are playing some great baseball behind their young staff. The Dodgers are also hanging around with Diamondbacks to round out the NL West. The Nationals continue to fire, but will their bullpen be able to last throughout the season? Stay tuned for the return of Roz next week. 

 

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Ethan "Roz" Rosenzweig

Ethan is from Deerfield Illinois, where he attended Deerfield High School with his co-host Xander “Witz” Horwitz. Ethan attended the University of Dayton, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management with a minor in Business Administration.

While at the University of Dayton Ethan diversified his resume with multiple positions in the sports and entertainment industry. He has worked in the athletic department for the only private school in the city of Dayton. Off campus, Ethan was a production assistant on a feature film Landline. The film was shot in the city of Chicago home of his favorite baseball team the Chicago Cubs. At present, Ethan is pursuing a career in talent management and marketing.

Xander Horwitz

Xander is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, where he obtained his B.A. in Economics and Business Administration. He is 22 years old and hails from Deerfield, Illinois. He was an all-conference baseball player at Deerfield High School, and was also a member of the school’s football & wrestling teams.

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