It’s the fourth edition of United States of Sports with your host, Jinx Grand!

On this show, Jinx starts with the NBA Finals. He is joined by Brian Geltzeiler (founder of hoopscritic.com and columnist for SheridanHoops.com) to discuss the Heat’s second championship in a row. Jinx asks Brian about the future of Miami, what potential changes could come this offseason and next, whether LeBron James is the most complete basketball player ever, and much more  basketball with a man that is as qualified as can be.

Jinx also gives his personal take on the Heat-Spurs series, including the “Blame Game” for Game 7. He also questions Gregg Popovich’s move to have Tony Parker on the bench for the last couple of possessions for the Spurs.

Chicago Blackhawks center Michael Frolik (67) shoots against Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) in the third period during Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Finals, Saturday, June 22, 2013, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Then, Ryan Kuketz (BostonSportsThenAndNow.com) joins the program to discuss the latest in Boston sports, including a preview of Bruins-Blackhawks Game 5, the ongoing Aaron Hernandez situation, and the Celtics-Clippers trade rumors. What is the pulse around Boston as more information is uncovered from the Hernandez situation? How does a Celtics fan feel about Doc Rivers and his wavering loyalty to Boston’s basketball team.

He then wraps up the show with a discussion on the Clippers failed trade to get Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett. How must CP3 be feeling right now? Where do the Clippers stand, currently, in the Western Conference without Rivers and Garnett?

Tune into Episode Five of United States of Sports next Friday evening! Be sure to follow @JinxGrand on Twitter.