In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss Atlanta United’s preparation for its home contest on Aug. 22 with audio from Pity Martinez, Emerson Hyndman, captain Brad Guzan and interim manager Stephen Glass in the Original Free Kick (4:00-31:00), the results of the NBA Draft Lottery with audio from Atlanta Hawks’ general manager Travis Schlenk and the NBA Playoffs in the Backdoor Cut (31:00-45:00) and the midpoint of the Major League Baseball season in Beanball (45:00-53:00).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss start of the NBA Playoffs particularly the Lakers losing to Portland and Milwaukee falling to Orlando in their respective first games and the referees interfering the Clippers/Dallas contest in the Backdoor Cut (2:00-22:00), Atlanta United preparing to host Nashville SC with audio from Brad Guzan and Jeff Larentowicz particularly the training tactics under interim manager Stephen Glass as well as the UEFA Champions League and Lionel Messi’s potential next stop away from Barcelona in the Original Free Kick (22:00-42:00), the overreaction to San Diego Padres’ infielder Fernando Tatis, Jr. hitting a grand slam during a blowout in Beanball (42:00-50:00)
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
-The dismissal of Atlanta United manager Frank de Boer, what it means to the franchise currently and in the future as well as the success of San Jose, Columbus and LAFC in the MLS is Back Tournament in the Original Free Kick (7:00-32:00)
-The start of the Major League Baseball season including the positive tests for the Miami Marlins organization, the early injuries of pitchers and the Atlanta Braves designating pitcher Mike Foltynewicz for assignment in Beanball (32:00-45:00)
-The start of the WNBA season and the preseason activities of the NBA particularly Los Angeles Clippers player Lou Williams excursion to a gentlemen’s club in Atlanta away from quarantine and the New York Knicks hiring Tom Thibodeau as their new head coach in the Backdoor Cut (45:00-57:00)