In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we preview Atlanta United’s upcoming home contest against the New England Revolution highlighting the impact of homegrown players and Josef Martinez’s mysterious training habits with audio from manager Gabriel Heinze as well as players George Campbell and Tyler Wolff in addition to Argentina winning the Copa America and Italy winning Euro 2020 in the Original Free Kick (4:23-29:59).
We also delve into the NBA Finals as well as the impact of Candace Parker and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar being on the cover of NBA 2K in the Backdoor Cut (30:00-37:05).
Finally, we preview the second half of the Major League Baseball season in Beanball (37:05-50:18).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss the Major League Baseball All-Star Game festivities in Beanball (1:51-18:38), Atlanta United’s road draw against Nashville with audio from manager Gabriel Heinze along with players Anton Walkes and Jackson Conway (18:39-29:27) as well as Atlanta United 2’s home draw against Indianapolis with audio from manager Jack Collison and player Connor Stanley (29:27-34:46) in the Original Free Kick. We also delve into the NBA Finals and the exhibition games for the United States men’s basketball team ahead of the Olympics in the Backdoor Cut (34:46-44:41). Finally we get into the ESPN media drama between Maria Taylor and Rachel Nichols as well as Stephen A. Smith’s questionable comments about Shohei Ohtani in the Miscellaneous Department (44:41-54:44).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss Atlanta United’s road loss to the Chicago Fire with audio from manager Gabriel Heinze and player Anton Walkes (2:57-11:24), Atlanta United 2’s home draw against Memphis 901 FC with audio from manager Jack Collison along with players Danial Sebhatu and Robbie Mertz (11:24-21:55) and preview the semifinals of Euro 2020 (21:55-29:52) in the Original Free Kick.
We also preview the NBA Finals and recap Atlanta Hawks’ run in the postseason in the Backdoor Cut (29:53-35:59).
Finally, we look into the new NIL activities in college sports (35:59-42:32) and Sha’carri Richardson’s suspension for marijuana (42:32-52:24) in the Miscellaneous Department.
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we start with the Original Free Kick highlighting Atlanta United’s scoreless draw against the New York City Red Bulls with audio from manager Gabriel Heinze and player Miles Robinson (3:45-13:17), Atlanta United 2’s home loss to Oklahoma City with audio from manager Jack Collison along with players Caleb Wiley and Chris Allen (13:18-23:27), and the European Championships and Copa America (23:27-27:37).
We also break down the NBA Playoffs particularly the potential trouble for the Atlanta Hawks and Trae Young’s ankle injury, the emergence of Khris Middleton for the Milwaukee Bucks and two-way dominance of DeAndre Ayton for the Phoenix Suns as well as the coaching carousel particularly how new head coaches are good like Chanucey Billups in Portland and Ime Udoka in Boston, retreads like Rick Carlisle in Indiana are OK and retreads like Jason Kidd in Dallas are bad (27:38-43:17).
Plus we discuss the fan crash on the opening day of the Tour De France, Max Verstappen and Red Bull dominating the Stryian Grand Prix in Formula 1 racing and the United States Olympic Trials in gymnastics and track and field with Simone Biles showcasing elite talent once again (43:18-49:24).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss the NBA playoffs including the Philadelphia Sixers struggles against the Atlanta Hawks particularly Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, Paul George’s emergence for the Los Angeles Clippers as well as Stan Van Gundy out of New Orleans in the Backdoor Cut (2:49-39:20). We also highlight Novak Djokovic winning the French Open, Major League Baseball regulating doctored baseballs and the start of the European Championships and Copa America in the Miscellaneous Department (39:21-51:32).
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss LeBron James’ elimination from the NBA Playoffs as well as the emergence of young stars such as Luka Doncic, Trae Young, Devin Booker, Nikola Jokic and the dominance of Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets in the Backdoor Cut (3:04-22:21), Julio Jones’ trade from the Atlanta Falcons to the Tennessee Titans as well as Aaron Rodgers not reporting to mandatory minicamp for the Green Bay Packers in the Gridiron Blitz (22:21-35:15). We also break down Atlanta United 2’s win over Louisville with audio from manager Jack Collison and players Aiden McFadden and Caleb Wiley as well as the United States winning the CONCACAF Nations League Championship over Mexico in the Original Free Kick (35:15-47:13).