Fighting Peaches: Georgia State basketball Ron Hunter post-South Alabama presser 2.15.19 #sportsinquirer #gsupanthers #sunbelt

Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Ron Hunter
Photo credit: Dan Wilson Photography (Georgia State Athletics)

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Ron Hunter following his team’s 90-81 home win over South Alabama in Sun Belt Conference action on Feb. 15. Topics included thoughts on the win, the Panthers overcoming an 18-point second-half deficit, the play of Malik Benlevi, D’Marcus Simonds and Damon Wilson, Georgia State’s defensive effort and the importance of earning a conference win in this stage of the regular season.

Georgia State Ron Hunter post-South Alabama presser 2.15.19
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Sports Inquirer Show 52 (2.14.19) #sportsinquirer #nba #nbatradedeadline #signingday #atlutd

In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:

-The NBA Trade Deadline in Stagger Screen particularly the Atlanta Hawks’ approach with audio from head coach Lloyd Pierce and player Kent Bazemore, the transactions within the Eastern Conference, the potential implosion of the Los Angeles Lakers with LeBron James and Kevin Durant’s sensitivity sensitivity towards the media. (4:00-28:00)
-College National Signing Day in the Technical State of Georgia Athletics including audio from Georgia State football head coach Shawn Elliott. (28:00-36:00)
-Joe Flacco’s trade to the Denver Broncos, the lack of action in MLB free agency and the conclusion of Atlanta United’s preseason in the MIscellaneous Department. (36:00-44:00)

Sports Inquirer Show 52 (2.14.19)

Original Free Kick: Atlanta United 2 Stephen Glass presser (2.7.19) #atlutd #sportsinquirer

Atlanta United entrance ahead of home contest against Montreal Impact
Photo credit: Atlanta United Communications (Karl L. Moore)

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of new Atlanta United 2 manager Stephen Glass following his team’s practice on Feb. 7. Topics included accepting the position, Glass’ previous experience working within Atlanta’s academy system, the development of potential first team players Miles Robinson and George Bello with United 2 last season, the decision process of bringing players to United 2 from the academy and preparing for the 2019 campaign.


Atlanta United 2 manager Stephen Glass presser (2.7.19)