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Draymond Green tried to be like Tony Romo as analyst

Draymond Green is enjoying himself while the NBA Finals tip off for the first time in six years without the Golden State Warriors.

The three-time NBA champion spent part of the postseason as a guest on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” and drew inspiration from a fellow athlete-turned-analyst to do it.

Draymond Green inspired by Tony Romo

Green was praised for his work on the show and told the New York Times’ Marc Stein he takes cues from Tony Romo, the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and current star of NFL broadcasts.

“I love to try to educate through the TV position,” Green said in Stein’s newsletter (H/T Awful Announcing), citing Romo.

“The offense is lined up and the defense is lined up and he’s telling us exactly what the offense is about to do because of what he sees,” Green said. “Similar to Tony Romo, I want to give the world

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Great Idea, Challenging Business Model, Says Analyst

Not one to miss an opportunity to go down a lucrative new path, last week Amazon (AMZN) announced it is launching a cloud gaming platform, Luna.

Luna will launch at an introductory price of $6 a month with a tiered subscription structure, and the new service will go head to head with other big players’ services such as Google’s Stadia, Microsoft’s xCloud, and EA’s Origin Access.

Powered by AWS and integrated with its own live streaming platform, Twitch, the aim is to have the service accessible to any device with a screen. Although users playing on TVs will need to connect a FireTV box or a FireTV stick. Gamers using phones, tablets or PCs already online will be able to access the service without FireTV.

One thing the service won’t have at launch is much content. To start off, only 50 games will be available, and with one

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