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This week Bully Talk with Zeb Pits will go one on one with Jamie Sweet. Jamie Sweet and her family are the founders of Blue River Bullies. Blue River Bullies was established in 1985 and is the founding home of the Shorty Bulls. We will learn more about her and her family, life in Kansas, and her kennel Blue River Bullies. In this episode, we will also find out the thought process to create the Shorty Bull. Shorty Bulls popularity has grown rapidly within the past few years and we will get her incite on why this has come about. . Lastly, we will get her thoughts on Cassius Clay aka the GOAT.
The first full month of the NBA Season is now officially over. The Bruins ended November with 6 straight games that were all winnable and now head into a month of December that will feature them in 14 games. 13 of which are against teams that are all capable of making the playoffs or being right there in the thick of things when the season comes to an end. So where do the Celtics stand after 18 games into their season. Are they still on the outside looking in when it comes to the Eastern Conference playoff picture or are they among the top 8 in the Eastern Conference after the 1st full month of the season. Meawhile what should we expect out of the Celtics as they get ready to face Rajon Rondo and the Sacramento Kings and championship contending teams like the San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls and the defending NBA champions the Golden State Warriors. Your Celtics Talk Crew will discuss where they believe the Celtics will stand after those games and a few others that the team must play inbetween them. They will be joined by Rich Contee in this episode. Where does Rich feel the Celtics are at. Is the team where he feels they need to be right now or are they ahead or behind what his expectation were for them after 1 month of the NBA season. You will just have to tune in to find out
Former TrueHoop and Bleacher Report contributor, Bballbreakdown.com contributor, Friend of the program and NBA aficionado J.M. Poulard hops on the pod to talk Kobe retirement announcement, how the media is covering Mamba, Then we roll: we build a perfect team to combat the Warriors and the state of the Cavs. we analyze what ails Wall and the Wiz and James Harden and the Rockets. We look at the Derrick Rose-Jimmy Buutler dynamic.
Johnny Football is a spoiled, silver spooned idiot. Les Miles' $15 million buyout? Take it and run, Les!.. Comparing the '15-'16 Golden State Warriors to the ''95-'96 Bulls? Seriously? Just stop it. Osweiler vs the Patriots? There will be blood.. Klitschko loses for the first time since... '04?! Also, Jerry Jones said this week's team will be the best so far. Yeah, about that..USC bounces UCLA (I was there!).. AND... Iowa will be your National Champions.. You'll see! And if you don't listen tomorrow, you'll have bad dreams.
Tune into Sports Reality Radio Saturday Morning Sports Talk with the guys, Rick and Curt as they discuss the latest in sports from a Reality point of view.
We have been missing in action for a couple of weeks getting our bearings together to bring you a great listening experience so we are back now and let's go!
Bears FINALLY beat the Slacker in GB and gave the Rodgers the flux in close game!
Cam Newton is the truth! Riviera, Cam, Olsen, and that defense has the Panthers looking towards the Superbowl!
Golden State Warriors are playing some of the best ball I've ever seen since the Bulls in the 90s. Curry and the gang are playing with mad confidence and something to prove!
Bulls lost to the neighbors in Indiana last night but Niko had a good game!
Tune at 11:00am for and hour of Real sports talk!
Cam Newton: Dabbing and MVP Candidacy
Manziel Drama: Right for Browns to Bench him, His Future
Les Miles: Is LSU right to fire him? Replacements?
Warriors Streak: Better than Bulls 1995-1996? Beginning of Dynasty?
Chip Kelly: Will he return to college game? Where does he land if so?
The Pressure of Being Black
Criticism of Cam’s Dabbing
Obama and Battling Both Worlds
Professional Athletes (LeBron,Kobe, etc.)
Real Moment With J Short
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Part 1 (of 2) of an in-depth discussion with former Kentucky and NBA star Rex Chapman. In Part 1, Chapman tells some fascinating stories about his relentless recruitment, his memorable run in Lexington, being the first player ever signed by the Charlotte Hornets, how he scored 39 points against Michael Jordan's 72-10 Bulls team, and what made Steve Nash and Jason Kidd so great.
(In Part 2, Chapman talks about the difficulties he’s faced after retiring from the NBA, why he thinks he’s battled with addiction, and the embarrassing event that ultimately led him to better his life.)
Tomorrow night the Chicago Bears will try to do something rare in the Jay Cutler era: win at Lambeau. It's a Thanksgiving matchup in primetime between two old foes, and the Packers got the better of the Bears in Week 1. What's changed since that game, what remains the same and what are the odds of a Bears upset victory? Meanwhile the Bulls and Hawks are still on the road, having trouble closing out games. Plus my Fantasy Football picks for the Thanksgiving games!
Call @ 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
Tonight Vinny & Terry talk Kentucky Wildcats sports: the win over the Charlotte 49ers, a look ahead to the Louisville Cardinals. There were the hoops victories over the Wright State Raiders and Boston Terriers. Friday Cal and Co. head south to face Coach O and the USF Bulls.
The Ohio State Buckeyes fell in their first real test of the season against the Michigan State Spartans. Can they bounce back when they face the Michigan Wolverines Saturday?
It still sounds funny saying it, but NBA history was made last night as the Golden State Warriors won their 16th consecutive game.
Kobe . . . Kobe . . Kobe
Tune in! It's gonna be great! (845)277-9373 or @CatsTalkWed!
The Summer of 1984 was an eventful 3 months for new Commissioner David Stern and the NBA; on the heels of an epic 7-game Finals slugfest between Larry Bird’s World Champion Boston Celtics and Magic Johnson’s Los Angeles Lakers, the first of 3 heavyweight bouts in the Decade, the NBA Draft was held in New York City; the Draft would introduce fans to 4 future Hall of Famers who would each write their own chapter in the NBA’s History Books. There was Forward Charles Barkley of Auburn, the rowdy, raucous “Round Mound of Rebound”, his polar opposite, little-known Guard John Stockton of Gonzaga, the majestic Nigerian Center and Number One pick Akeem “The Dream” Olajuwon from the University of Houston, and the electric (Cue Chicago Bulls Public Address Announcer …”6 foot 6 Guard from North KAR-O-LINA!”)…Michael Jeffrey Jordan. These next-level players would secure the NBA’s rapidly growing stature as the Sport of the Future, with Bird and Magic now at the peak of their powers. Jordan, Georgetown Center Patrick Ewing and 10 of College Basketball’s best would represent USA Basketball in the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, led by iconic and infamous Coach Bobby Knight of Indiana University. Knight, known lovingly as a “Raving Maniac” by his players brought his no-nonsense, drill-sergeant mentality to the USA program and molded yet another Gold Medal Winner. The agony and ecstacy of the Draft process, with its Franchise-changing consequences were never more evident than the summer of ’84.
Are the Warriors on a Bulls-type run?
Spectacular offense with underrated defense.
Week 11 in the NFL
'Skins get rocked by Panthers
Raiders lose to the Lions
Colts find a way to beat the Falcons
Texans are now hot
Buccaneers are smokin'
Broncos hold off Bears
Packers win a big one
Cardinals win at the end zone
Week 12 in college football
The Tuesday edition of BangTheBook Radio will feature a lot of guests covering a lot of different sports. Micah Blake McCurdy of HockeyViz.com will join us to talk about the NHL and some teams that handicappers should fade or follow over the next little while. Cole Ryan will be on the air with host Adam Burke to discuss Week 12 in the NFL on this week's Gridiron Gambling Report segment. Aaron Saunders of NumberFire.com will be on air to talk about some college football happenings. Donald Kolakowski of Today's Fastbreak will talk Chicago Bulls and the Eastern Conference.
2:00-15:00 - Micah Blake McCurdy - HockeyViz.com; NHL overvalued/undervalued teams
15:00-24:00 - Adam Burke recaps Monday night and some top news stories
24:00-55:00 - Gridiron Gambling Report - Adam Burke & Cole Ryan
56:00-1:27:00 - Aaron Saunders - NumberFire.com; College Football Picks for Week 13
1:28:00-1:57:00 - Donnie Kolakowski - Today's Fastbreak; NBA Eastern Conference & Picks