In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss Atlanta United’s upcoming road match against Inter Miami with audio from interim manager Stephen Glass, captain Jeff Larentowicz and forward Adam Jahn in the Original Free Kick (3:00-27:00), the NBA Playoffs, the hiring of Steve Nash as the new Brooklyn Nets head coach and the parting of former head coach Billy Donovan from the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Backdoor Cut (27:00-36:00) and Georgia college athletics, the NHL Playoffs and the defaulting of Novak Djokovic at the US Open in the Miscellaneous Department (36:00-49:00).
Tag: nhl playoffs
Sports Inquirer Show 106: NBA playoffs preview, college football woes, NHL playoffs recap, Atlanta United, Netflix viewing (8.17.20) #sportsinquirer
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)
Sports Inquirer Show 105: Big Ten postpones football, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Georgia State implications, NBA and NHL Playoffs, Atlanta United schedule announcement #sportsinquirer #bigten #pac12 #nbaplayoffs #stanleycupplayoffs (8.12.20)
In this edition of the Sports Inquirer Show we discuss the postponement of the Big Ten and Pac-12 fall sports particularly football and its impact on the ACC, SEC and Sun Belt Conference with audio from Yellow Jackets’ head coach Geoff Collins and Georgia State head coach Shawn Elliott in The Technical State of Georgia Athletics (6:00-36:00), the return of NBA play in the “bubble” with improved play under the quarantined conditions, the emergence of Phoenix, Dallas and Portland, the brilliance of Damian Lillard and the perceived struggles of the Lakers and Bucks in the Backdoor Cut (36:00-51:00) and Collin Morikawa winning the PGA Championship, the start of the NHL Playoffs with antiquated overtime rules, Atlanta United’s announced return to the regular season and the Portland Timbers winning the MLS is Back Tournament in the Miscellaneous Department (51:00-60:00).
The Sports Inquirer Show 17 (5.22.18) #sportsinquirer #sportsinquirershow #nbaplayoffs #atlantaunited #atlutd #mls #stanleycup #royalwedding
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:
-The NBA Playoffs and the implications of the conference finals (0:00-18:00)
-Atlanta United’s home loss to New York Red Bulls and the inconsistent usage of VAR in Major League Soccer with audio from Brad Guzan and Michael Parkhurst (18:00-35:00)
-The Miscellaneous Department focused on Josh Okogie leaving Georgia Tech men’s basketball, the Las Vegas Golden Knights reaching the Stanley Cup Finals, Justify winning the Preakness and my alternative take to the Royal Wedding (35:00-58:00)
The Sports Inquirer Show 13 (4.30.18) #sportsinquirer #sportsinquirershow #atlantaunited #atlutd #nbaplayoffs #nfldraft #uniteandconquer
In this edition of The Sports Show, we discuss:
-Atlanta’s United’s 4-1 home win over the Montreal Impact including audio from Brad Guzan, Michael Parkhurst and Julian Gressel. Topics included Kevin Kratz’s two free kick goals, Atlanta holding a lead and moving through Montreal’s defense. (0:00-16:00)
-The NBA Playoffs with topics ranging from Russell Westbrook’s struggles in the postseason, LeBron James finding a way to help the Cavs advance and whether the Sixers are legitimate championship contenders. (16:00-38:00)
-The Miscellaneous Zone with topics of the NFL Draft, NHL Playoffs, the evolution of the Atlanta Braves and Michelle Wolf at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner (38:00-57:00)
In this edition, we review the NBA and NHL playoffs, talk about our trip to New York City, the future of The Sports Inquirer and debut The Sports Melange.
E. Marcel Pourtout
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