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The longest playoff droughts in NBA history are discussed on this episode of the Over and Back Classic NBA podcast. Jason Mann and guest host Adam Criblez talk about the 1977-1991 Los Angeles Clippers, 1995-2006 Golden State Warriors, 2005-2015 Golden State Warriors, 1987-1996 Sacramento Kings, 1991-2000 Dallas Mavericks, 1975-1983 Utah Jazz, 2007-2015 Kings, and 1978-1986 Warriors.
Topics discussed include how the Clippers under Donald Sterling lost out on Charles Barkley, Byron Scott, Terry Cummings, Ricky Pierce and Hersey Hawkins but enjoyed Lancaster Gordon, Benoit Benjamin, and Bo Kimble, how the Warriors fell apart following the Don Nelson and Chris Webber feud, Latrell Sprewell choking P.J. Carlesimo, the Timberwolves trading Kevin Garnett and David Kahn's reign of terror, how Bill Russell helped wreck the Kings, how it didn't work out between Jamal Mashburn, Jason Kidd and Jim Jackson in Dallas, the current mess in Sacramento, how trading everything for Pete Maravich didn't work for the expansion New Orleans Jazz, and the long road for Purvis Short.
Cathy Brown and Cliff Dougherty hosts of Over The Wall Racing are gearing up for the 2016 NASCAR season! Listen in as they work out the kinks in peperation of covering all the news, opinions and race recaps of the 2016 NASCAR season! Call in, send feedback and let's get this thing started!
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- KD Drummond (@KDDrummondNFL)
- Dan Turner (@dtsturner)
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First show in the new studio!
This week we talk to Matthew Pugh from Kiwi Bush Boys about young people hunting, find out his tips on getting young people out there!
- Season Review
- Joey Ickes (@JoeyIckes)
- Jon Machota (@JonMachota)
- Happy Trails!
Join us each Wendsday as we bring back the joy of reading a book- Our Current Book is Because of the Moon by C.J. Cutayne
Obedience is for dogs,” spouts Jay Roberts, a mischievous teen with a wicked sense of humor. Arrested for his involvement in a chop shop, Jay has two choices: go to juvenile detention or move to the impoverished Indian reservation his mother shunned fourteen years ago where his estranged grandfather will oversee Jay’s penance. Either way he won't enjoy the fruits of his latest prank "Rat-Day".
Jay doesn’t belong in the run-down village and vows to return to the city when his sentence over, if not sooner. He resents his frequently absent mother for making him move three weeks before school is over. A school where everyone calls him "Apple" for some reason. Jay goes through the motions of his community service while planning his escape. His plan to stop the school bully will either win him the respect of his peers or turn him into "apple sauce".
Keeping everyone at arms length, Jay watches with indifference as family by family, the people move away. After thousands of years on their ancestral land the villagers have given up hope of survival. Gradually Jay learns to appreciate his Grampa and the quirky tribe members. When Grampa points to Orion's belt, in the sky, Jay asks "If his belt fell down would we see a full moon?" and the two click.
Jay devises a plan to keep the village together protecting the history and tradition he is inherently a part of. When the plan threatens to fall apart can Jay reach out to the unreliable village alcoholic to pull them through?
Episode 3086 - Looking Deeper
Apostle Anthony and Pastor Ruth Flowers
Recorded 12-10-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
To many idiots not enough places to store them.
Brotha Magazine Editor-In-Chief Charles Clark and Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb discuss the book ALL AMERICAN BOYS by authors Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely.
This week on OTTR~! join Ed and at some point of the show all of his co-host, Cutrer (Mr Late), Craig (Mr could be working late), and The Pechmachine (asshole) as they talk about who knows we didnt plan anything, so yeah this show will be a CLUSTERFUCK of a show but im sure it will be fun~!
Jason Mann and Rich Kraetsch celebrate Christmas and the career of Kobe Bryant with a very special episode of the Over and Back Classic NBA podcast called “A VERY KOBE CHRISTMAS.” Jason and Rich provide commentary while watching Kobe’s 61-point performance vs. the Knicks on Feb. 2, 2009, in Madison Square Garden. They also make it a drinking game, taking a gulp of beer every time Kobe takes a shot. During the episode, Jason and Rich tackle many, many topics, including how the Lakers became a juggernaut with the addition of Pau Gasol, the enigma of Lamar Odom, Derek Fisher’s steady veteran leadership, the rise of Trevor Ariza, Luke Walton’s steadiness, and the beginning of the end for Vladimir Radmanovic on the Lakers. They also discuss the rebuilding 2008-09 New York Knicks with new leadership from Mike D’Antoni and Donnie Walsh, Chris Duhon’s career season, Al Harrington’s license to shoot, David Lee’s leap, Jared Jeffries’ perpetual disappointment, the well-traveled Quentin Richardson, future Nuggets centerpieces Wilson Chandler and Danilo Galinari, the puzzling Tim Thomas, and Nate Robinson being Nate Robinson. Jason and Rich also make many detours of conversation, including their choices for the best wrestling match in Madison Square Garden history. If you’d like to follow along with Jason and Rich, you can check out the game on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8edPRyyZCA&list=PL2D89F24437CF907F
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