In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss the unhappiness of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay (2:00-10:00) and recap the first round of the NFL Draft (10:00-38:00).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we recap Atlanta United’s CONCACAF Champions League home match against the Philadelphia Union with audio from managers Jim Curtain and Gabriel Heinze in the Original Free Kick (2:30-17:03), preview the NFL Draft in the Gridiron Blitz (17:03-29:52), look at the opening of Atlanta Dream’s training camp with audio from head coach Nicki Collen and player Shatori Walker-Kimbrough as well as the landscape of the NBA in the Backdoor Cut (29:52-39:28) and we review Netflix projects The Circle, Thunder Force and Stalway in the Miscellaneous Department (39:28-48:00).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we preview the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament which includes Baylor, Gonzaga, UCLA and Houston as well as Indiana hiring Mike Woodson as its new head coach (4:00-20:00) in the Technical State of Georgia Athletics, San Francisco moving up the NFL Draft, quarterbacks making moves on the draft board and the NFL announcing a 17-game regular season in the Gridiron Blitz (20:00-30:00), preview the upcoming Major League Baseball season in Beanball (30:00-47:00) and Kevin Durant makes another misstep in social media and review the new Netflix movie Bad Trip in the Miscellaneous Department (47:00-54:00).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
-The continued impact of the coronavirus in the world of sports particularly the opening of training facilities for MLS and NBA teams, announced returns for NASCAR and LPGA, monitoring of the Korean Baseball League by North American sports leagues (4:00-10:00)
-The NFL Draft, particularly the quarterbacks selected, Andy Dalton signing with the Dallas Cowboys and the death of Don Shula in the Zone Blitz (10:00-30:00)
-The “Last Dance” documentary on the Chicago Bulls particularly the lack of love for the Detroit Pistons and Isiah Thomas, the impact of the “Dream Team” on international basketball, the pains of growing up as a New York Knicks fan, understanding Michael Jordan’s first retirement and whether we should care about the political and activist desires of athletes (30:00-55:00)
In this edition of The Sports inquirer Show, we recap the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft including the controversial selection of quarterback Jordan Love by Green Bay, what it means for Aaron Rodgers, the landing spots of quarterbacks Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert and whether the Falcons selection of corner back A.J. Terrell was correct.
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss the continued impact of the coronavirus in the world of sports, preview the NFL Draft, Rob Gronkowski’s trade to Tampa Bay Bucs and recap the first two episodes of the Chicago Bulls’ “Last Dance” documentary.