What are Zach Lowe’s biggest NBA fears?

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ESPN’s Zach Lowe joins Dan Devine in a special Halloween episode of Divine intervention to talk about his NBA-related fears, giant werewolves and yearbook quotes.

In a very special Halloween-inspired episode of Divine interventionDan Devine is joined by ESPN’s Zach Lowe to talk scary things, the NBA, and scary NBA things.

First, let’s start with something that brings us joy. For Zach and Dan, it’s the young Detroit Pistons. And more specifically, Jalen Duren and Ausar Thompson. This is a fun team to keep an eye on.

Before we delve into NBA fears, Zach tells us about a giant werewolf his neighbors have in their backyard and how scary it is when you walk past it at night after a Halloween party.

Dan and Zach were each tasked with breaking down three NBA-related things that scare them or the rest of the league and took turns explaining their lists. Hear why the Memphis Grizzlies scare Zach, why the Knicks’ offense makes no sense, why the rest of the league should be afraid of Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets, and why Zach is afraid of seeing Klay Thompson in a different uniform.

Before we let Zach go, Dan asks him “The Closing Five,” five quick questions about himself and his life. Find out what Zach’s yearbook quote was and what sport his daughter is supposedly an expert at!

Finally, in our weekly recommendations, Zach recommends a book about facial recognition and his second favorite TV show of all time, while Dan finds more podcasts to listen to after this show ends.

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