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On this episode of Suns Talk Radio, we will be joined by Darren Rovell, Sports Business Journalist for ESPN. Darren and host Zach Parnes will be discussing the NBA's new TV Deal and how it will affect the Suns down the line. We will also be disussing how the Eric Bledsoe contract stacks up against future NBA contracts with the pending TV Deal. Will the NBA avoid a lockout in 2017? Find out on this special addition of Suns Talk Radio!
Finally, we can talk about hockey!
Greg Wyshynski, of Yahoo! Sports' extremely popular Puck Daddy blog, joins us to discuss the end of the NHL lockout, which occurred informally over the weekend. The NHL and its players are expected to ratify and approve a new collective bargaining agreement this week, with the regular season likely set to start by late January.
What's the new CBA mean for the league and its players? How much damage was done by the extended lockout? And, of course, what are the Red Wings' chances now that the 2013 season is about to begin?
We break down all that and more in this special NHL edition of The Detroit Sports Show ...
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Smashville On The Glass is back, as Ryan Porth and Buddy Oakes talk about the looming NHL lockout with Chris Johnston of the Canadian Press, among other things. We will also have an interview with Predators forward Colin Wilson and, if time permits, Chief Amateur Scout Jeff Kealty.
Jeremy K. Gover from Section 303 and Robby Stanley from Hockey Night in Nashville join the panel to discuss the NHL's impending lockout, Gary Bettman, the impact on the league and the fans...and whether or not Shea Weber could gain 4 yards on 11 carries against the New England Patriots.
Veteran sports reporter Ryan Clark joins Matt Gajtka for this week's Sports Omnivore. With the NHL lockout finally over, Matt and Ryan explore how the hockey media went about covering it. Social media, labor law and the fans' appetite for work stoppage minutiae all present challenges, so how did the NHL's watchers perform during a grueling four months of negotiations, rumors and innuendo? Also of interest this week: are baseball writers self-serving in revealing their Hall of Fame voting struggles? Matt and Ryan answer these questions from the world of sports media and more on today's show.
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