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On today's show, we will be speaking to Athena Karkanis, better known as White House Chief of Staff, Vanessa Keller, on Lifetime Network's The Lottery.
It's Crazy Eights on CLNS Radio tonight as Matt Rury does double duty! After hosting the Celtics Beat Lottery Show at 8 PM, Matt will turn right around and come back live with Calvin Chamberlain to quietly dance the night away. Wowoweewow!!
To lead off the show, we expect to hear from CLNS Locker Room Reporter Jared Weiss after his post-lottery conference call with Danny Ainge!
Are you in Love with Kevin? What should the Celtics and Lakers do with their draft picks? The league votes on Donald Sterling before our next show. Do you care?
Oh, and the Red Sox singed Stephen Drew. BOOMSHAKALAKA.
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Who would turn down the opportunity to instantly become a Multi-millionaire? You would think no one in their right mind, right? There was at least one multi-million dollar lottery winner that says he would have ripped up the ticket if he could have known how things would turn out. His is not the only tale of lottery winning sorrow. Yes, many big lottery winners have found themselves with a pile of money and just as much unhappiness. With all their financial problems solved why are these people unhappy? Maybe the Holy Scriptures will provide one or two clues as to why so many million dollar lottery winners are not made happy by their money.
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Join Brandon Pemberton, founder of Sports Trap Radio and http://brandononsports.org this Thursday as he and Special guest NBA Analyst Anthony Green recap Tuesday's NBA Draft Lottery, along with the NBA's Eastern and Western Conference Finals! We will let you know where your favorite NBA teams will pick in the upcoming draft, give you insight on some of the top NBA prospects, and breakdown the NBA's final four! We will also mix in some NFL,MLB, and NHL talk as well!
The wait is over: What was the sole focus of the 2014 season for Boston Celtics fans is finally here.
Get ready for the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery.
Celtics Beat is live with a special edition covering the NBA Draft Lottery. Hosts Matt Rury and Ty Ray will be live on air, before, after, and during the long awaited drawings.
All hands are on deck as they will also be joined by fellow CLNS personalities Mike Munger and Rich Conte during the course of the show.
To say there will be a lot to talk about will be an understatement. Could a very special guest also join the show that night?
Tune in to the special edition of Celtics Beat to find out. Tuesday, May 20th 8 PM ET/5 PM PT. Exclusively on CLNS Radio.
Gerry in Piscataway joins Dave to chat NBA Playoffs, Tuesday's Draft Lottery, including the top 3 picks with bids for Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Joel Embid. Will the Lakers pull an improbable first pick of the draft? PLUS the latest from the Stanley Cup playoffs in the NHL. Kings defeat the Ducks in a moster Game 7 and battle the Blackhawks for the West title while the Rangers come back from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Penguins and also take the first two at Montreal in the East Final. We also have an update from the NBA playoffs where the Thunder are down to the Spurs and the Heat look to fight back from an opening game loss at the Pacers. Kevin on the Cape (scheduled) joins in Hour 2 for Random Questions on a special Tuesday show.
As promised at the end of last week's podcast James has Jeff McMenamin, the Philadelphia 76ers beat writer for Philadunkia.com as his guest this week
This week James and Jeff discuss the 76ers hot start, the rise of Brett Brown and Sam Hinkie. They also dive into the trade rumors surrounding Evan Turner, the inconsistencies of Tony Wroten and what fans expect from Nerlens Noel
What are we going to say about Andrew Wiggins four or five years from now?
That was the question I was asked tonight on AM1280TheZone in Salt Lake City, and I prefaced my answer with a few words of caution -- keep as close of an eye on Jabari Parker of Duke as you do on young Mr. Wiggins from Kansas via Ontario. Parker may be the better prospect, even if my NBA draft writer has him slotted at No. 2 in our latest Mock Lottery.
More on the draft, the playoff faces in the West and East, and the possibility of Tom Izzo coaching the Pistons in this interview with Spence Checketts and Gordon Monson.
This show will be rescheduled for this Saturday morning. I will explore the intution forms for the big three and big four games. Thank you for your patience.
Slideshow pics: almost lottery Thanksgiving winings, and money tree at arboretum.