Welcome to another edition of Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman Brandon Cohn.

Today's show includes a review of the NBA Finals, including a discussion on where Lebron James ranks in NBA history after winning his second consecutive league and Finals MVP.

We also talk about what the future may hold for the San Antonio Spurs, and if we think they will make it back to the Finals again anytime soon.

We discuss Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, and how an arrest warrant for obstruction of justice is being prepared for him in connection to the murder of a semi pro football player.

Finally, we talk about the 5 finalists that are being considered for the name of the new triple A baseball team coming to El Paso.

My special thanks to ABC 7 weatherman Andy Lee for joining me on today's show.  If you would like to contact Andy you can email him at, Andy.lee@kvia.com, follow him on twitter @andyhlee84, or friend him on facebook at Andy Lee.

If you would like to contact the Iceman you can email me at, bcohn@krod.com, follow me on Twitter @buddies1023, or friend me on Facebook at Brandon Cohn.  Don’t forget to listen to the Iceman on Crunchtime every Saturday from 10-1pm on 600 ESPN El Paso.

Here is Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman and Andy Lee.

"It was everything that you want from a game 7, both teams gave it their all.  Ultimately Lebron showed why he's the best player in the league, and he's on a path of catching Michael Jordan if not surpassing him."

"You put a uniform on an athlete, you give them fame, and they can't shake certain behavior."

"Minor league baseball, especially triple A is for the families, so you have a cartoonish mascot, like an aardvark, or a desert gator, or a Chihuahua, then suddenly the kids come out and want to hug the mascot."