SOT6 Podcast - Episode 155 w/Ryan Grosman

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EPISODE 155

"Hold Out?"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Off=Season Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Join host Adam Corsair with guest Ryan Grosman of Laced Sports as they kick off the Raptors season here on the Podcast and discuss the latest regarding the team! Topics include:

    • The Japan Series

    • Lowry’s Hold Out/Extension

    • Expectations for the 2019-20 Season

    • Siakam’s Ascension

It’s the return of a Raptor edition of the South of the 6ix Podcast that you will not want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Auxl Studios - “Blue Bloods

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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Highlights of the Newly Released Raptors' Schedule

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Article Written by Jacob Pacheco (@JacobPacheco6)


Yesterday the full 82-game NBA season schedule was released for all 30 teams across the league, including the defending NBA Champions - Toronto Raptors.

We received confirmation last month of three highlighted games for Toronto throughout this upcoming season; one being the season home opener against the NBA’s number one draft pick Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans on October 22nd. That is also the night where the team will receive their Championship Rings and ceremonial banner raising prior to winning their first ever Championship back in June. Another highlighted game that was announced last month is the return of former Raptor and reigning NBA Finals MVP, Kawhi Leonard, who will be in Toronto on December 11th with his new look Los Angeles Clippers squad. Raptor fans have had their time to heal and move on when Leonard announced his departure from the team to head back home and sign with LA in early July.

The preseason schedule is also out, with the Raptors only playing four games during that stretch; two of which being in Tokyo against Houston, one at Scotiabank Arena against Chicago and one on the road against Brooklyn in mid-October.

 

After much anticipation, for the first time since 2001 the Toronto Raptors will have a Christmas Day game when they host the Boston Celtics at the Scotiabank Arena at 12 p.m. EST. This is only Toronto’s second Christmas Day game ever in the team’s 26-year history. Raptors fans were rejoiced to hear the news of a Christmas Day game after a hard-working season paid off to capture the Championship. 

Those were the games that were announced prior to the full 82-game schedule being released. Now that the full schedule is out, let’s dive into some of the games you should look forward to. Just one week after the 2019-2020 NBA season kicks off, on November 2nd the Raptors face off against quite possibly the real contenders of the Eastern Conference this year - Giannis Antentokounmpo and the Bucks in Milwaukee.

 Shortly after that match-up in Milwaukee, the Raptors’ grueling Western road trip gets underway starting on: 

November 8th @ New Orleans  

November 10th @ Los Angeles Lakers

November 11th @ Los Angeles Clippers (first meeting against Kawhi Leonard on the road)

November 13th @ Portland

November 16th @ Dallas

It doesn’t end there. To wrap up November, the NBA’s 3rd overall selection in this year’s draft and Canadian, RJ Barrett and the New York Knicks, will visit Toronto on the 27th.

December is highlighted by the return of Kawhi Leonard and the Christmas Day Game vs the Celtics, but the Raptors quickly turn the calendar in January of 2020 where they will welcome another former Raptor in DeMar DeRozan back to Toronto for just the second time in his career on January 12th.  

 The Raptors then fast-forward to March where a few notable games are highlighted. The team travels to Golden State on March 5th 2020 for the first time since winning the Championship back in June. This is also the first game Toronto will be playing in Golden State in their new home, the Chase Center. Not long after this first match-up, Toronto then again welcomes the Warriors to the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on March 16th. A few weeks after that, as the season nears an end, Toronto welcomes LeBron James and his new look Lakers on March 24th.

Then to cap it all off in April, the Raptors will welcome the Atlanta Hawks to Toronto on the 10th where that might very well be Vince Carter’s last time playing in Toronto depending on what he does in that 2020 off-season. Toronto will then finish off the season on a back-to-back on April 14th and 15th against the Miami Heat and Orlando Magic, respectively.

 Throughout this 82-game season, the Raptors will have 11 games on US national television; six on ESPN and five on TNT. The Raptors had a total of 15 nationally televised games last season to this year’s 11. Although, 11 nationally televised games this season is still the fourth most they ever had since 2001.

This season will be no short of exciting and will show a great battle of competitiveness for each and every guy on the roster, which will set up an interesting 2020 off-season. 

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Basketball is back sooner than ever with the preseason kicking off on October 8th in Tokyo vs Houston and the regular season kicking off on October 22ndvs the Pelicans.


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 146 w/Peter Kaye

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EPISODE 146

"The Schedule"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Off=Season Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Join host Adam Corsair with guest Peter “HB” Kaye of Life in Repeat as they break down the newly released 2019-20 schedule for the Toronto Raptors, as well as them finally getting the much anticipated Christmas Day Game!

It’s a special edition of the South of the 6ix Podcast that you will not want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Jim Johnston - “Sexy Boy”

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 140 w/Peter Kaye

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EPISODE 140

"Therapy Redux"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Well, here we go. We didn’t think we’d have to do this, but here we are. Inevitably, host Adam Corsair & special guest Peter “HB” Kaye of Life In Repeat will be holding another Therapy Session. This time, it comes after the Raptors were unable to re-sign Kawhi Leonard as he takes his talents to Los Angeles with the Clippers. How could this have happened? What does this mean for the franchise moving forward? Where do the Raptors go from here?

It’s a special edition of the South of the 6ix Podcast that you will not want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Jim Johnston - “Sexy Boy”

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 139 w/Jordan Kligman

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EPISODE 139

"He Go"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Host Adam Corsair is joined by Jordan Kligman of the 416 Basketball Podcast to discuss the recent news that Kawhi Leonard becoming an LA Clipper. The entire fanbase is shocked and heart-broken, but not without an underlining sense of appreciation for someone that will always be a Raptors legend.

It’s a Raptors podcast that you won’t want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets
Auxl Studios - “Blue Bloods

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 138 w/Connor Chambers

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EPISODE 138

"He Stay??"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

HAPPY CANADA DAY!

Host Adam Corsair and Guest Connor Chambers discuss the first day of NBA Free Agency and the burning question on all Toronto Raptors fans' mind - He Stay?


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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Auxl Studio - “Blue Blood

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 136 w/Peter Kaye

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EPISODE 136

"Serenity"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • A year ago, the Toronto Raptors were swept in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals by LeBron James & the Cleveland Cavaliers. What followed was a special episode of the South of the 6ix Podcast entitled “Therapy” (Ep.61) in which host Adam Corsair and special guest Peter “HB” Kaye of Life in Repeat expressed their frustrations with the seemingly inevitable fate of the Raptors and their failures. It was perhaps the most memorable episode of the Podcast to date.

  • This year, however, the duo presents the complete antithesis of that episode to bask in the glory that is the NBA Championship won by the Raptors. Peter and Adam will soak in the serenity and bring to light the significance of this championship and their thoughts on what is to come.

It’s a special edition of the South of the 6ix Podcast that you will not want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Jim Johnston - “Sexy Boy”

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 135 w/Connor Chambers

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EPISODE 135

"Timeouts"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • The Toronto Raptors were up 3-1 heading into Game 5 in Toronto with the opportunity to take the championship at home. But the Golden State Warriors came out with relentless spirit, forcing this series back to Oakland for Game 6. Can the Raptors win the title on the road?

  • Join host Adam Corsair with Connor Chambers of Toronto Sports Views and the TSV Podcast as they break it all down!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Auxl Studio - “Blue Blood

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 134 w/Hunter Surphlis

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EPISODE 134

"Just 1"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk

  • It has come down to this. The Toronto Raptors took care of business in Oakland by taking both of their road games to find themselves in a 3-1 lead over the reigning, defending, and undisputed NBA Champions in the Golden State Warriors. They are ONE win away from capturing their first NBA Championship in franchise history.

  • To discuss these and other topics, host Adam Corsair is joined by Hunter Surphlis of Take 6ix and the Take 6ix Podcast. Hunter and Adam break down Game 4 and preview Game 5, touching on topics such as:

- Defense
- The Tooth
- Serge
- Impact
- Predictions

It's a Raptors podcast that you won't want to miss!

Follow Hunter Surphlis on Twitter: @H_Surphlis

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Music:
Drake Stafford - "Casets"
Auxl Studio - "Blue Bloods"

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 133 w/Richard Birfer

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EPISODE 133

"Opportunity"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk.

  • With the series knotted at 1, the Raptors once again found themselves facing a bit of adversity. This time, for Game 3 of the NBA Finals, they were in enemy territory in Oakland, but found themselves at a slight advantage. With Kevin Durant still out, along with Klay Thompson out due to a hamstring injury suffered in Game 2, the Raptors were able to take advantage and move the series in their favor, 2-1..

  • Host Adam Corsair is joined by Richard Birfer - host of the Pick-n-Pod Podcast - the official podcast of BallnRoll.com - as they review Game 3 of the NBA Finals and preview Game 4.

It's a Raptors podcast that you won't want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - "Casets"
Auxl Studio - "Blue Bloods"


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 132 w/The Combo Guards

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EPISODE 132

"3rd Quarter Woes"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk.

  • With the Raptors heading into Game 2 with a 1-0 lead in the NBA Finals series, fans were confident that they’d be able to take a strong grip on the series. However, despite the injuries that the Warriors experienced, the Raptors failed to capitalize and find themselves tied with the Warriors at 1 game a piece. Now, they head into the Bay Area, looking to take a 2-1 series league heading into Game 3..

  • Host Adam Corsair is joined by The Combo Guards - Adrian and Troy - as they review Game 2 of the NBA Finals and preview Game 3.

It's a Raptors podcast that you won't want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - "Casets"
Auxl Studio - "Blue Bloods"


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 131 w/Jay Leung

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EPISODE 131

"3 to Go"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk.

  • Basketball history was made on Thursday evening as the very first NBA Finals game held outside of the United States was held at the Scotiabank Arena. The entire world witnessed that the Toronto Raptors belong on the biggest stage of them all, as they captured the win over the reigning and defending NBA Champions - the Golden State Warriors.

  • Host Adam Corsair is joined by “Stone Cold” Jay Leung of That’s A Rap Podcast - the official Podcast of Raptors HQ - as they review Game 1 of the NBA Finals and preview Game 2.

It's a Raptors podcast that you won't want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - "Casets"
Jim Johnston -I Won’t Do What You Tell Me”
Auxl Studio - "Blue Bloods"


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 130 w/Ryan McNeill

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EPISODE 130

"NBA Finals Preview"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Game 1 of the NBA Finals is upon us as the Toronto Raptors host the defending champs, the Golden State Warriors. What should we be looking for in terms of match-ups? Who is the biggest X Factor for this series for both teams? We discuss it all.

  • Join host Adam Corsair with Ryan McNeil of the NBA Overtime Podcast as they break it all down!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Auxl Studio - "Blue Blood"

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair
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Raptors Fans: Nothing Was The Same!

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Article Written by Rodrigo Albizurez (@rodzyalbizurez)


As the dust settles and the confetti is being taken by the local Toronto garbage man, we simply realize that the Toronto Raptors are headed to the NBA Finals. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that a Canadian team has never been to the NBA finals and you sure as hell don’t have to be a die-hard fan to recognize what kind of impact this has on Canadian sports history, and in sports history in general.  Die-hard Raptoronians (just made that one up) have been drooling for this moment. Casual Raptors fans have been waiting for the opportunity to become committed to a team that excites them with a winning background. And bandwagon fans - all I can say is welcome to Jurassic Park.

Canada, as a country, hasn’t won a title since the 1993 Stanley Cup playoffs took place and the Montreal Canadians won it. The Blue Jays also won a World Series that year as well. So to say 1993 was a big year for Canadians would be an understatement. Those titles were won before the Raptors were inaugurated into the NBA in 1995. From that year, Raptors fans have been dreaming for the opportunity to truly compete for a title and to put Canadian sports on their back. The Raptors players, the whole organization, and the fanbase finally have the chance to win a title and also have the opportunity to tell the American media outlets to “Thank Me Later” once they take full advantage of their shot.

For the past 24 years the Raptors have had some good playoff moments with a sprinkle of great moments, but if we are being realistic and truthful, the disappointment has blanketed the good moments and the sprinkles of great. Now this year, the Raptors have elevated their playoff performance to the elite level and the “Views” from up here are too great to ever come down. As the first round finished in 5 games, the Raptors were able to spark a tiny fire under Canada’s ass. Now as the 2nd round finished up with that historic Game 7 winning shot by Kawhi Leonard, that fire grew to a reasonable height but not worthy of your local park ranger to come in and investigate. Now the 3rd round has come and gone and the Raptors were able to hunt the Bucks in 6 games after losing the first two. Now that fire under Canada’s ass has turned into a full-on Game of Thrones Ice Dragon taking down the Knights’ Watch Wall, and if you haven’t seen Game of Thrones, give your head a shake but to put it in context, it was monumental. The Raptors were able to shut the naysayers up with that series win and left them with two simple words:

“Take Care”.

Now we are a few days away from the NBA Finals and the Raptors have the opportunity to prove the critics wrong again. If you’ve tuned into the American media outlets already, then you understand how frustrated Raptors fans are. They aren’t previewing the NBA Finals but instead they are talking about whether the Lakers or Clippers are going to land Kawhi Leonard. So much hate. Also, no one really gives Toronto a shot to win the title other than Charles Barkley and that’s fair. We are going up against the Golden State Warriors who are the defending NBA champions and they’re back in the Finals for a reason: they’re elite.

The Raptors could take the NBA Finals by surprise and burn down every critics’ opinion like Daenerys took down Kings Landing, ruthless.  The only major difference is the Toronto Raptors would be the heroes in this epic tale because everyone loves an underdog story. The “Scorpion” is small, but it has a deadly sting and the Raptors are ready to stun the NBA world.

In all, this Raptors’ playoff run has been something special and regardless of how it turns out, Raptors fans should be enjoying this moment and not taking it for granted. Who cares if Kawhi is going to stay with us? We will cross that bridge on June 30th together like we have crossed any bridge for the past 24 years. After we crossed that Eastern Conference Finals bridge, “Nothing Was The Same” for Raptors fans and our hopes.  If Canada wasn’t a basketball country before, it sure as hell is now.

Raptors in 7!


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 129

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EPISODE 129

"Too Alive"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • The Toronto Raptors made history on Saturday evening. For the first time in their franchise history, the Raptors will be heading to the NBA Finals. For the first time in NBA history, the NBA Finals will be played on Canadian soil. What a time to be alive! How alive? Too alive!.

  • Join host Adam Corsair with Connor Chambers of Toronto Sports Views and the TSV Podcast as they break it all down!



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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets”
Aesop Rock - "Keep Off The Lawn"

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair

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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 128

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EPISODE 128

"1 Away"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Host Adam Corsair is joined by Jordan Kligman of the 416 Basketball Podcast to discuss the recent Toronto Raptors’ victory in Milwaukee over the Bucks to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Raptors are only one win away from reaching the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history and they get the opportunity to do it at home for Game 6

It’s a Raptors podcast that you won’t want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets
Auxl Studios - “Blue Bloods

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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 127

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EPISODE 127

"BEST OF 3"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk!

  • Just like that, the Raptors have tied the series at 2 games a piece. With Kawhi clearly laboring with a leg injury suffered in Game 3, it was imperative for the rest of the lineup to step up and ease the pressure off of him for Game 4. The team answered the call, with the bench consisting of Norman Powell, Fred VanVleet, and Serge Ibaka combining for 48 points. Couple that with the effort exhibited by Kyle Lowry who had 25 points at 6 of 11 shooting, it was exactly what the Raptors needed. Heading into Game 5 in Milwaukee, it’s important for the Raptors to keep their foot on the gas in their quest to play in the NBA Finals.

  • To recap Game 4 and preview Game 5, host Adam Corsair is joined by Demar Grant. Demar and Adam touch on a variety of topics regarding this Eastern Conference Finals, such as:.

    - Drake’s Antics
    - Kawhi’s Injury
    - FVV’s Redempton
    - Bucks’ Adjustments
    - Predictions.

It’s a Raptors podcast that you won’t want to miss!

Follow Demar on Twitter: @DemarJGrant 

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets
Auxl Studios - “Blue Bloods

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair


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SOT6 Podcast - Episode 126

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EPISODE 126

"DOUBLE OT"

TORONTO RAPTORS TALK

Weekly Toronto Raptors Talk

  • After being down 0-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals, the Raptors were once again faced with a must-win game to maintain their footing in this series. With their backs against the wall, they headed back to Toronto to defend home court. With the help of Kawhi Leonard, Norman Powell, and an outstanding bounce-back game from Marc Gasol, the Raptors were able to claim victory in a grueling Double Overtime effort to cut the Bucks’ lead to one game. With their sights now on Game 4 and staying in Toronto, the team looks to even up the series and their quest for an NBA Finals appearance and a championship.

  • To discuss these and other topics, host Adam Corsair is joined by Samson Folk of Raptors Republic and host of their official podcast - the Rapcast. Samson and Adam touch on a bunch of topics related to the Eastern Conference Finals, such as:

- Norm Unleahsed
- Nurse’s Starters
- FVV’s Struggles
- Kawhi’s Efforts
- Predictions

It’s a Raptors’ show you WON’T want to miss!

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Music:
Drake Stafford - “Casets
Auxl Studios - “Blue Bloods

Written, Produced, & Edited: Adam Corsair


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