New York Giants Steve Smith and Spartan Legend Mateen Cleaves, Thursday 9 PM EST

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Photobucket Join The Bottom Line Sports Show Thursday night as we unveil another stellar segment of "Cleaves Court", hosted by none other than former Michigan State star point guard, Mateen Cleeves. For those of you who may not be familiar with Mateen’s body of work, he is a three-time Michigan State University captain, who led the Spartans to a victorious 2000 NCAA national championship, and was named Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four. Mateen is the schools only three-time All-American and he was named Big Ten Player of the Year twice. Mateen graduated as the Spartan and Big Ten all-time assist leader with (816) and Michigan State's all-time steals leader with (193). Mateen reached rarefied air during his playing career, becoming one of only 22 players in NCAA history to record 800 assists. As if that was not enough, we will also have the opportunity to hang out with one of the best up and coming WR’s in the NFL, from the New York Giants, Steve Smith. Steve was named to the All Pac-10 team by rivals.com and he was also voted team MVP in 2006 while at USC. He caught three touchdown passes from Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart in USC's 55-19 national championship/Orange Bowl victory over Oklahoma and he was also an intricate piece for the Giants who prevailed over the New England Patriots 17-14, in Super Bowl XLII. Smith broke the Giants franchise record for most receptions in a single season, and is also the first Giants receiver in franchise history to haul in 90 catches in one season. In recognition for his superb season, Smith was selected to the 2010 NFL Pro Bowl. Join us Thursday as we find out his thoughts regarding the Giants off-season, their selection of Jason Pierre-Paul,and so much more. Call in Toll FREE 1 (877) 217-4130.

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