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Fox Sports Radio Hosts Make Their NBA Playoff Predictions

Twenty hosts at Fox Sports Radio have officially made their NBA Playoff predictions, as FSR is hosting another year of bracket challenges for the NBA postseason.

Some of your favorite FSR talents including Colin Cowherd, Rob Parker, and Clay Travis have all filled out brackets, yielding some pretty eye-opening results.

Let’s take a look at the pick breakdown of the hosts.

NBA Champions:

8/20 says Nets: Clay Travis, Joy Taylor, Doug Gottlieb, RJ Bell, Chris Broussard, Rob Parker, Arnie Spanier, Brian Noe.
6/20 say Lakers: Dan Patrick, Geoff Schwartz, Aaron Torres, Bernie Fratto, Chris Plank, George Wrighster [Pick later changed from Bucks to Lakers].
3/20 say Clippers: Jonas Knox, Jason Smith, Ben Maller.
1/20 say Bucks: Colin Cowherd.
1/20 say Heat: Mike Harmon.
1/20 say Jazz: Jason Martin.

Biggest Takeaways

*Eighteen of the 20 hosts picked the Sixers to make the Eastern Conference Finals, but zero predicted Philly to actually make the NBA Finals.

*Only one host, Jason Martin, predicted the Jazz to win the Western Conference despite coming in with the no. 1 seed.

*Colin Cowherd was the only host who picked the Bucks to win it all.

*George Wrighster was the only host who picked the no. 8 seed Grizzlies to upset the no. 1 seed Jazz, and the only host who picked the Mavericks to knock out the Clippers.

*The Nets were the only team that every host predicted to win their first-round series.

*Mike Harmon predicted the no. 8 seed Wizards to upset the top-seed Sixers in the first round, the Hawks to reach the Eastern Conference Finals, and picked a Heat vs. Nuggets Finals, with the Heat winning it all.

*Only three of the 20 hosts, RJ Bell, Jonas Knox, and Rob Parker, picked the Suns to beat the Lakers in the first round.

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