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Join Joe Gavazzi and Ross Benjamin for the Winning Sports Advice Radio Show on Tuesday 5/20 as they share their wealth of knowledge from a combined 60 years of experience in the sports handicapping industry.
On today's show they will be reviewing the opening games of the 2014 NBA Playoffs Conference Finals between Miami Heat/Indiana Pacers and Oklahoma City Thunder/San Antonio Spurs. They will also be previewing Game 2 in each of those series from a technical, fundamental, and strategic perspective. Ross will also inquire with Joe on his recent MLB handicapping article titled "The Proof is in the Pudding".
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The 2014 NBA Playoffs are off to a historic start on and off the court. From the action on the court where road teams and lower seeds are pushing the favorites to the brink of elimination to the controversy surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the first round of the playoffs have not been short of storylines.
Bryan and Steve will spend time discussing the matchups and storylines that have made the first two weeks of the NBA Playoffs arguably the most exciting first round in the history of the playoffs.
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Tonight we will be breaking down the 2014 NBA Playoffs and talking about The Spurs keys to success in winning it all. We also will be speaking on what each team needs to do in tha draft and what off season moves need to be made. So listen or call in and give us your opinion tonight as the REEL explores the NBA playoffs.
I hope you enjoyed the opening round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs as it was one of the best in the history of the Association. Five series went to a game seven, which ties a playoff record for total game sevens, and that was only one round! There was only one sweep and a great number of overtimes. Can the conference semifinals be even better somehow? Here are my predictions
Today Jay and Jesse will breakdown the current situation in the NFL. Almost a quarter of the way in and Jay and Jesse will discuss the front runners for the AFC, NFC & MVP
Along with the fantasy sports season already upon us we must discuss some fantasy Basketball. Who's the consensus #1 pick in most drafts?
Jay and Jesse will also be discussing the MLB Playoffs, talking who NEEDS tot ake home some hardware and who WILL take home the hardware.
And lastly and pretty much leastly the guys will discuss the Fedor debacle and what this will do (if anything) to his legacy in MMA.
There are 6 undefeated teams remaining in the NFL? Which of them are Super Bowl contenders and which are pretenders? I'll give my opinion on each team. Also, the MLB playoffs are underway. I will look at the matchups in the American League Division Series which start today and give my prediction on who will win each series. I will also preview the NBA Central Division and Southeast Division in the Eastern Conference? Will the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks repeat as Central and Southeast division champions respectively? Who will be their biggest challengers?
It's October and that means post season play in the majors. MLB teams play all year to get one of the coveted spots in the October tournament. How did your team fare? Are the Astros making their first playoff appearance since 2005? We'll talk about who's and who's not in baseball.
NBA teams hit the court for training camp this week, now they’re gearing up for their first pre-season action. The Houston Rockets’ addition of Ty Lawson has players and fans hopeful about the 2015-2016 season. We’ll set the table for the next eight months of NBA action!
Of course we’ll take a look around the NFL. We’re already a quarter of way through the regular season. Find out how your team is making out. And how about those Houston Texans? Is the Ryan Mallett led offense continuing to improve? How about that defense? Are JJ Watt, Jadeveon Clowney and company wreaking havoc on their offensive opponents?
We’ll discuss all of this and more on this week’s show. Sporting News NFL Writer David Steele joins us to talk about the Ravens and NFL in general. Plus we’ll have interviews from Rockets players and coaches as well as the Astros and Texans.
Who did we intend to be, and how did we chart our our lives, in the spiritual realm between lives? How can knowing that lead us to spiritual growth and healing? Join us as author and regression therapist Dr. Linda Backman talks about exploring the life between lives, and how that can enhance our lives today.
Dr. Linda Backman, psychologist and regression therapist, has been in private practice for more than 35 years. Dr. Backman guides individuals in soul regression hypnotherapy to access their past and between lives. In this way, she assists people to more fully recognize who they are as a soul throughout repetitive lifetimes, and during the time we are not incarnate, as well as in discovering their soul intention for this life.
Linda’s focus includes guiding regression clients, as well as speaking, writing, presenting and training others in soul regression hypnotherapy. She is deeply focused on an evolving universal understanding and awareness of the path of soul development that leads to the acceptance of Oneness and Unity of all people and cultures of the world.
In 1997, Dr. Backman and her husband, Dr. Earl Backman, established The Ravenheart Center (www.RavenHeartCenter.com ), in Boulder, Colorado, dedicated to guiding individuals to discover their soul path.
Dr. Backman is the author of Bringing Your Soul to Light (Llewellyn, 2009) and The Evolving Soul (Llewellyn, 2014).
The 2015 MLB Playoffs are here and we are going to issue some predictions in terms of who we think is going to the 2015 World Series and which wildcard team in each league has the best chance to rise up and make a World Series run. Can the Los Angeles Dodgers overcome their inconsistent bullpen and road issues to return to the World Series for the 1st time since 1988? Can Clayton Kershaw get a playoff win? Are the Chicago Cubs ready to overcome the curse of the billy goat and Steve Bartman? Are the St. Louis Cardinals unbeatable? Can the Kansas City Royals return to the World Series for the 2nd staight year? We'll have those answers
We'll also get into college football week 5 and NFL week 4 with the new Uppers and Downers segment. Is UCLA football poised to come crashing back down to earth after an unforeseen loss against Arizona State? Is Mark Richt and his days at Georgia numbered after losing big at home to Alabama? When did the downfall of the University of Texas football begin? A disturbing trend around the St. Louis Rams has been noticed. Find out what that is. Also, we'll the discuss the Cincinnati Bengals offensive dominance, the Kansas City Chiefs offensive ineptitude, the New York Giants secret weapon and the sudden departure of Joe Philbin as head coach of the woebegone Miami Dolphins & much more.
This show will have plenty of football but some baseball to balance things out a bit. So, sit back, relax and enjjoy the expertise, passion and banter.
In Episode 142 of Amazin' Avenue Audio, the crew has discovered the meaning of the universe, and it is the Mets in the playoffs! Greg and Jeffrey look back on their favorite Mets from 2015 and forward to how we are feeling about the Dodgers series (Greg is optimistic, Jeffrey pessimistic, F###n shocker as Billy Wagner would say). Next, David J. Roth of Vice Sports is here to discuss...the 2001 Diamondbacks baseball-reference page? Ichiro pitching? Eventually we get to the Mets as well. This kind of stuff tends to happen when he stops by. Then, Mike Vorkunov of the Star-Ledger gives Chris McShane some insight into the Mets roster machinations on the eve of their first playoff series in nine years. Finally, Mike Ferrin XM of Sirius joins us from somewhere on I-78 to shovel a little dirt on the Nationals grave and ponder how the Mets might fare against Kershaw and Greinke.
The latest edition of The Bettor's Box is packed with information. Host Adam Burke talks about the ALDS and NLDS series in the MLB postseason and looks at the pitching matchups, series prices, and gives his thoughts on which teams will advance and why. The Kansas City Royals and Houston Astros meet in one series and the Texas Rangers and Toronto Blue Jays meet in the other. The St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs battle it out and so do the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers. Also, Adam looks ahead to the 2016 season with thoughts on the AL East.
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