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  • 00:50

    Watchdog HR3: Tanaka to Yanks and Linsanity

    in Sports

    Mike Silva talks to Patrick Newman of NPB Tracker to get his scouting report on potential Yankees free agent target Masahiro Tanaka. Evan Jackson Leong talks about his documentary that followed Jeremy Lin through Linsanity. 

  • 00:51


    in Friends

    Nia and Friends have had the honor to be one - and the only 9 - year old to be invited at the "Linsanity - The Movie" press conference.
    Linsanity the Movie is a documentary about the rise of the Asian-American NBA star Jeremy Lin that held a sold-out screening at the Dole Cannery as the featured closing night film for the Hawaii International Film Festival's 2013 Spring Showcase.
    Present during the press conference - are director, Evan Jackson Leong, Producers, Chris Chun, Allen Lu, Brian Yang and narrator,  Daniel Dae Kim.

  • 01:01

    “Jeremy Lin, The Musical: The Unauthorized Journey to Linsanity”

    in Entertainment

    This is a sensational new musical by Aidan Park, Ana Parsons and Edelyn Okano, loosely inspired by the historical rise of Jeremy Lin to NBA stardom.  Their “Journey to Linsanity” tells an inspiring and comedic story of Jeremy’s pursuit of an NBA dream from childhood, through high school and on the courts of Harvard University.  Along the way he fights to surpass racial discrimination, his own personal demons and even a crazy girlfriend…or two.  

    “Jeremy Lin, The Musical: The Unauthorized Journey to Linsanity”investigates what it means to accept who we really are and travel at the speed of light to success.  The underdog can win and win big.

  • 02:01

    Virtual Linsanity - Episode #079

    in Football

    Linsanity continues to sweep the world, and Kris and Roy of The Broad Street Line will give your their perspective on how long it's going to last...
    We'll also talk a lot of Sixers as they enter the All-Star break atop the Atlantic. Do they have what it takes to bring home a division title? The Broad Street Line will answer that question and much more...
    And with the NFL Combine later this week, we'll tell you some of the names that you need to keep an eye on this weekend, and let you know what you should expect the Eagles to do come draft day in April.
    So for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has arrived.

  • 00:21

    Stinger: Hornets Sign Jeremy Lin

    in Basketball

    The Hornets finally broke out of their free agency slumber with the signing of point guard Jeremy Lin. Lin has a massive fanbase, unique set of skills and a story that captivated the nation only a few years ago. 

    Nick Denning joins Doug to discuss why Charlotte made sense for Jeremy Lin, why Jeremy Lin makes sense for the Hornets and the dollars and cents behind the deal.

    Make sure to subscribe to us on iTunes and have full episodes, stinger and more downloaded automatically (we wouldn't mind a five-star review either.)

  • 00:56

    Hornets in Lin-Now Mode

    in Basketball

    The Charlotte Hornets have made a series of moves this offseason but none hotter than signing free agent point guard Jeremy Lin. He brings a long millions of loyal fans worldwide. Is it a stretch to call Jeremy Lin the most popular Hornets player? Lin was introduced by the Hornets on Monday and had some interesting things to say about his role in Charlotte and how the city is already embracing him (maybe a little too tightly). We'll discuss our rules of celebrity engagement. 

    Listen for more on Lin and the signing of Andrew Harrison. Can the former Kentucky Wildcat make it through training camp and earn a roster spot? Where does that leave Brian Roberts?

    PLUS Summer League offered fans more than just a look at the next generation of Hornets players, it also came with a brand new way to handle overtime. Should the strange new rules make their way to the NBA?

    It's Hornets talk for the hardcore fan, it's Hive Talk Live.

  • 01:03

    Shades of Gray: Race, Religion, and Linsanity

    in Sports

    In the debut episode of Shades of Gray, Jerod Morris of Midwest Sports Fans and Robert Littal of Black Sports Online talk about sports and, if you're so inclined, take your calls.
    Tonight's episode will include discussions of the controversial Pro Football Weekly cover, coaches and players openly discussing religion, and of course Linsanity, which gets a stern test tonight in Miami against the Heat.

  • 00:31

    Linsanity: What it means now & for the future

    in Basketball

    Jeremy Lin has been arguably the most polarizing figure of the NBA season. Why is this significant, and what have we learned from Linsanity? The Asian American Journalists Association hosts a panel discussion with San Francisco TV sports anchor Rick Quan and former NBA.com reporter Bryan Chu. AAJA MediaWatch Chair Jam Sardar will moderate. Tweet Q's in advance to @AAJAmales.

  • 00:33

    Inside the Mind Of Champions: Jeremy Lin(Linsanity) NBA sensation

    in Business

    Join this weeks topics as we review jeremy Lin which created Linsanity with his outsanding play for the New york Knicks. Hear the 5 things jeremy did secertly to create a swell of attention

  • 01:01

    linsanity sunday

    in Football

    join us sunday as we discuss: linsanity's first loss, lebron open to returning to cleveland, colin cowheard comments out of line,and should the crosstown shootout be eliminated.

  • 03:06

    Sports Talk with Benson

    in Sports

    Tonight on Sports Talk with Benson we'll discuss many topics inlcuding UCLA-Gonzaga, Women's Tourney, Durant Out, After Linsanity, Vikings Add Giant, and more! Gary Bell Jr. is a quiet but key part of Gonzaga's defense. For the second year in a row, North Carolina and South Carolina meet in a Sweet 16 showdown. The Thunder announced Kevin Durant will miss the rest of the season, saying the reigning MVP needs another foot surgery. He is expected to return in the next 4-6 months. It isn't Kobe's taunts or humiliating viral videos that have made this the toughest year of Jeremy Lin's life. It's the feeling that, as hard as he tries, he just doesn't fit in. Babatunde Aiyegbusi is a 6-foot-9, 351-pounder from Poland who did not play college football, but due to his eye-popping size, speed and YouTube footage, got a contract from the Vikings anyway.