In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss life in Atlanta (2:00-9:00), the start of the NBA Playoffs particularly the weakness of the Los Angeles Lakers, depth of the Western Conference, the top-heavy Eastern Conference and the need for the Boston Celtics to emerge as a contender in the Backdoor Cut (9:00-32:00), the continued postponement of college sports in the fall, the #wewanttoplay efforts of Ohio State football quarterback Justin Fields and its impact on the ACC, SEC and Sun Belt with audio from Yellow Jackets’ head coach Geoff Collins and Panthers’ head coach Shawn Elliott in the Technical State of Georgia Athletics (32:00-56:00) and the start of the NHL Playoffs, audio from new Atlanta United signee Erick “Cubo” Torres and what I’m watching on Netflix in the Miscellaneous Department (56:00-65:00)
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
-Atlanta United and the rest of Major League Soccer returning to individual workouts as well as the German Bundesliga having matches in the Original Free Kick portion of the show with audio from United players Brad Guzan and Brooks Lennon (4:00-15:00)
-College athletes returning to campuses for voluntary workouts in the Technical State of Georgia Athletics (15:00-22:00)
-NASCAR return to the track in Charlotte, the Owen Hart episode of the Darkside of the Ring TV series, the golf match of Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady vs. Tiger Woods/Peyton Manning, the adjustments to the NFL Rooney Rule and the struggles of Major League Baseball returning to the field in the Miscellaneous Department (22:00-36:00)
In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show, we discussed the impact the Coronavirus has had on golf (10:00-15:00), the growth of Esports (15:00-20:00), President Trump’s optimism for return of sports in August (20:00-25:00), the potential struggles of college athletics particularly football with the virus (25:00-31:00) and the announcement of the newest Basketball Hall of Fame class which includes Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan (31:00-40:00).