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In the Season Four finale, Gray closes out the year with his most emotional show yet. With his retirement pending, SEC Commissioner Mike Slive joins the program to talk about his tenure, his health, and his thoughts from his many years of service at the Southeastern Conference. Gray also plays a special tribute for Commissioner Slive from all of the people who've felt his impact in their lives. Rachel Baribeau also jumps on to talk about the possible reinstatement of UAB football. To close out the night, Gray talks with Jacquie Franciulli and Craig Mattox one last time in Season Four. Lastly, Gray makes some shocking announcements about the future of the show and a very exciting announcement about the future of Woodberry Forest sports. Don't miss any of it!
Can former Wisconsin Badgers running back Melvin Gordon revitalize the San Diego Chargers' rushing attack that ranked 30th in the NFL last season? Will Rob Havenstein start at right tackle for the St. Louis Rams?
Did the Green Bay Packers address their needs in the NFL Draft with the likes of Demarious Randall, Quinten Rollins, Ty Montgomery and Jake Ryan in the first four rounds? Will Brett Hundley develop into a No. 2 quarterback behind Aaron Rodgers? We brought on Acme Packing Company's Evan "Tex" Western to discuss the draft.
Plus, we'll talk Brett Favre and his (exhibition) return to football at Camp Randall Stadium and more!!
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NBA Legend Alton Lister.
•The 21st overall pick in the 1981 NBA Draft by Milwaukee Bucks. Wearing No. 53 his entire NBA career, the 7-0 center played 16 NBA seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks from 1981-86 and 1994-95, Seattle SuperSonics (1986-89), Golden State Warriors (1989-93), Boston Celtics (1996-1997) and the Portland Trail Blazers (1997-98). Played in 953 NBA games and notched 6,298 points, with a career-best 11.6 points per game while playing in 75 games for Seattle in 1986-87.
•One of just two Sun Devil basketball players (Joe Caldwell in Tokyo in 1964 was the other) to be selected for the United States Olympic team, but his 1980 squad boycotted the games.
•A starter on the ASU squad which posted one of the largest defeats of an Associated Press top-ranked team when it defeated unbeaten Oregon State 81-61 on March 7, 1981, in Corvallis on the final day of the regular season. The 1980-81 Sun Devils were ranked as high as third that season and his 9.7 rebounds per game was the best by a Sun Devil in a 27-year span (1978-2004).
•Inducted into the Arizona State Hall of Fame in 2000 after a tremendous career that saw his Sun Devil teams post records of 16-14 in 1978-79 (first year in the Pac-10), 22-7 in 1979-80 and 24-4 in 1980-81. In his final two years, ASU was 15-3 (1979-80) and 16-2 (1980-81) in the Pac-10, the top two Pac-10 win totals in school history.
•A two-year starter and three-year letterman who earned honorable mention All-America honors by Associated Press and Street & Smith's in 1980-81. Also earned All-Pac-10 honors in 1980-81 and 1979-80 (honorable mention) and was named Team Most Improved Player in 1980-81 as he averaged 15.4 points and 9.7 boards in his senior year.
Hey ladies and gentlemen welcome back to another episode of your favorite sports radio show! Today the discussion will center around the BIG game tonight featuring your Memphis Grizzlies vs. the Portland Trailblazers! This is a very crucial game and one the Grizzlies need to win to wrap up the series. Today's show will also feature discussions about other playoff matchups, the NFL Draft and the upcoming Mayweather fight this weekend! You already know the routine so grab your popcorn sit back and relax as you listen to the all new "Jay Byrd Show!"
NBA playoffs-1st round
Warriors sweep Pelicans 3-0
Rockets up on Mavericks 3-1
Clippers, Spurs, tied at 2
Memphis up on Blazers 3-1
Hawks up on Nets 2-1
Cavaliers sweep Celtics 4-0
Bulls up on Bucks 3-1
Wizards sweep Raptors 4-0
MY actions if I were the 'Skins' GM
We are talking NBA Playoffs as the Warriors, Wizards & Cavs all sweep. Can the Cavs win next round vs Bulls without Kevin Love? Bucks & Mavs win to stay alive, Clippers and Spurs are tied 2-2, plus Hawks & Grizzles looking to advance. Will the Raptors roster be broken up? Will the Blazers lose LaMarcus Aldridge in free agency? The latest NFL Draft rumors as we near closer. Who is hot in MLB? A-Rod hits 659 as Yankees win Subway Series over Mets. Join us 5PM ET Call in to talk 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
The first round playoff series marches on, and GBBLive continues to grind along with the Memphis Grizzlies! Join Host Joe Mullinax and Producer Chip Williams at 6:30 PM CT for another terrific episode as the Grizzlies' First Round series against the Portland Trail Blazers remains the focus of GrizzNation.
Our first segment as always will feature Chris Faulkner, Grizzly Bear Blues' Managing Editor. The series at large will be the topic of conversation; the Grizzlies' chances after winning the first two games to get both games in Portland, the health of Arron Afflalo and others and so much more.
The second segment will bring the Portland perspective as Sam Tongue, contributor to BlazersEdge.com, will join the Podcast for the first time. What Portland must do to hold serve in the Moda Center this Saturday and Monday and who must step up for the Blazers are on the table for discussion.
Finally, the Producer of 92.9 ESPN Memphis' "Eric Hasseltine Show" Ben Hogan will return to GBBLive! One of the original "friends of the program" will help Joe and Chip talk about the playoff atmosphere in Memphis and how the Mike Conley/Tony Allen injuries have impacted the Grizzlies so far, if they have at all.
All this and more on another great installment of GBBLive! Follow us on Twitter @GBBLive, subscribe to the Podcast on ITunes and make sure you're signing up for www.audibletrial.com/grizzlybearblues and help us make a donation to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee while getting yourself a great deal with Audible.
Through April 23, three series are three games in, while the rest have played two. I'll run through each series to this point, along with some of the headlines that have been created since the playoffs have began, such as the Rajon Rondo saga.
In the Eastern Conference, everything seems to be holding true to form, but I thought Toronto would put up more of a fight.
Out west, it looks like I gave Portland too much credit, while those doubting the San Antonio Spurs should look back at the last five years and simply ask themselves why they thought now was the time the defending champs would crumble.
Glenn Paterson is a local of St Maarten, in 1988 he was a free agent draft of the Texas Rangers.He was a fire baller throwing up to 100 miles an hour, unfortunately he blew his elbow. Glenn grew up with our co-host Rafel Skeete, Glenn is one of five (5) professional ball player from the beautiful Island of St. Maarten.
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