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Brought to you by www.thesportsstuff.com, "The Crossover" is a combination of Knicks and Nets talk rolled into one disjointed package. Co-hosts Rusty & PMAC, two mad Aussie hoops junkies and fans of Nets and Knicks basketball respectively, give you game recaps, news and previews mixed in with smack-talk, random player abuse and sometimes even the odd bit of manlove. "The Crossover" is truly a no holds barred take on NY/NJ basketball.
 
“Good Seats Still Available” is a curious little podcast devoted to the exploration of what used-to-be in professional sports. Each week, host Tim Hanlon interviews former players, owners, broadcasters, beat reporters, and surprisingly famous "super fans" of teams and leagues that have come and gone - in an attempt to unearth some of the most wild and woolly moments in (often forgotten) sports history.
 
Don't waste your money on a comedy class, because trust us, if you are going to be a comedian you are going to need every dollar you have! Each week Andrew Sleighter and Brandt Tobler explain Standup Comedy. They have been seen on Conan, Comedy Central and Espn! They've performed at colleges, corporate events, nudist colonies and cruise ships. They've done military tours, recorded CD's and wrote books. And to reach all these successes, they bombed countless times! They will talk about gettin ...
 
Posting Up is a podcast from The Washington Post about everything going on in the NBA. Hosted by Tim Bontemps, The Post’s national NBA writer, Posting Up takes listeners around the league, talking to people who both cover it and work inside it about every aspect of The Association. From how teams are performing on the court to all of the many moves -- from trades to free agency to the draft -- that impact teams off of it, you'll hear everything you need to know about the NBA here. [This podc ...
 
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Ahead of Jaguars at Chargers, Chris Hayre is joined by Hall of Fame wide receiver and NFL on CBS analyst James Lofton (:45) and the voice of the team Matt "Money" Smith (12:45). Plus the Los Angeles Times' Jeff Miller, Sports Illustrated's Fernando Ramirez, and Joe Reedy of the Associated Press make up Week 7's beat writers roundtable.…
 
It's been about a week since the Lakers won it all, bringing home a 17th title in franchise history from the Orlando bubble. And now, because the past is the past, it's time to start thinking about the future! And to that end, there's been some news. Anthony Davis (as expected) reportedly plans to opt out of the final year of his contract, then (as…
 
When legendary Red Sox slugger Ted Williams gave his induction speech at the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 25, 1966, he unexpectedly included a blunt admonition to the sport's establishment that something in the hallowed Hall was significantly awry - the absence of standout players from the Negro Leagues: "I've been a very lucky guy to hav…
 
Travis and Sliwa are still on "Cloud 9" with the Lakers winning the 2020 NBA Finals. They also got on the subject of Danny Green and how people need to get off his back for his missed game-winner in Game 5. And, Lakers TV Play-By-Play man, Bill MacDonald called in to talk about what it means to win a title in the difficult year of 2020. Plus, could…
 
After a disappointing Game 5, the Lakers returned to form Sunday and rolled Miami 106-93 - the score not at all indicative of L.A.'s total dominance - in Game 6 of the NBA Finals to win the series 4-2 and secure the franchise's first title in 10 years, and 17th overall. It was a dominating defensive show where the Lakers put the clamps on the Heat …
 
Logo archivist Chris Creamer (SportsLogos.net) and graphic brand designer Todd Radom (Todd Radom Design) join this week's show to dive into the rich and fascinating visual story of the National Hockey League's nearly 103-year history - as told by the names, logos and uniforms of its teams. Their new book collaboration Fabric of the Game: The Storie…
 
Allen was joined by Lakers general manager, Rob Pelinka. Rob shares what this championship means to the team. Up next, Lakers head coach, Frank Vogel calls the post game show. An emotional Dwight Howard joins Allen and shares about what championship 17 means to him. Allen continues to take your calls to celebrate with you. Plus, Ramona Shelburne jo…
 
The Lakers celebration continues with Allen Sliwa. Friend of the station, O'Shea Jackson Jr calls in to celebrate with all of LA. The Lakers check in with Allen, Quinn Cook and Danny Green call in to share how it feels to be champions! Next up was Talen Horton Tucker with a special drop in from Anthony Davis. Plus Jared Dudley calls in to speak on …
 
Salters joined Hayley Elwood to additionally discusses what it means to be the longest-tenured sideline reporter in Monday Night Football history (1:02), the key to sideline reporting at the highest level (7:42), what she's seen from QB Justin Herbert (8:34), what RB Joshua Kelley told her he's been working on (12:33) and more.…
 
The Lakers had a chance to close out the series, but lost the lead, and a Markieff Morris turnover late sealed the win for the Heat, 111-108. Jimmy Butler records his second Finals triple-double and Duncan Robinson nets 7 three-points to help secure the win for Miami. Lakers will try again to close out the series and get that chip on Sunday afterno…
 
Travis and Sliwa started the 2nd hour of the show and discussing the eternal question: LeBron or Jordan? Then, ESPN's Dave McMenamin called "live from NBA Bubble" to talk about the Lakers being one win away from capturing their 17th title in franchise history and if the Lakers are capable of blowing their 3-1 series lead. Plus, talk on AD's unbelie…
 
In a hard-fought game, it was KCP who rose to the occasion with a key 5 points swing late in the 4th as the Lakers survive a gritty game 4 against the Heat, 102-96. LeBron James finished with a double-double and Anthony Davis added 22 points including the dagger three to seal the win in the 4th. Allen Sliwa recaps the game 4 win for the purple and …
 
The Lakers had a chance Sunday to put a true hammer lock on the NBA Finals in Game 3, and whiffed. As it was in Game 2, L.A. was sloppy early, turning the ball over 10 times in the first quarter. But unlike Game 2, the Lakers couldn't find any consistent rhythm. They still had opportunities to win, even leading during the fourth quarter, but when i…
 
Veteran sportswriter and Birmingham, AL native Scott Adamson (The Home Team: My Bromance with Off-Brand Football) joins the pod to discuss his curious decades-long relationship with the various attempts at rooting pro football in the "Magic City." Birmingham's venerable Legion Field - known legendarily as the "Football Capital of the South" for its…
 
Lakers ride big-game performances from LeBron James and Antony Davis again in game 2 of the NBA Finals and easily beat the Heat, 124-114. The legend of 'playoff Rondo' continues as he scored 16 points off the bench, including hitting 3-three pointers and Kyle Kuzma also added 11 off the bench. There was no heat without Bam Adebayo and Goran Dragić …
 
Travis Rodgers and Allen Sliwa reacted to the Lakers' blowing out the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Travis thought the game was already decided when Alex Caruso made the corner 3-pointer at the end of the 1st Quarter. To talk more about the Game 1 win and Anthony Davis' impact on the series is LA Times' Brad Turner. And the fellas had som…
 
On the one hand, it was a great night for the Lakers, who overcame a bad first five minutes and what became a 13-point deficit before totally steamrolling the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Anthony Davis was fantastic in his first Finals game, and LeBron James was huge as well, finishing one dime shy of a triple-double. On the other, it wa…
 
Anthony Davis scored 34 points in his Finals debut and LeBron James narrowly misses a triple-double as the Lakers take game 1 of the NBA Finals, 116-98. After being down early in the game, the purple and gold came back and lead by 32 at one point. Allen Sliwa brings you all the post-game sound and calls from the fans.…
 
McManimie joins Hayley Elwood to discuss how she's making her mark as an agent and as one of only two dozen women with a client on an NFL active roster (:43), what the process of building her own client roster is like (12:07), what sets her apart from other agents (17:08), dives in deeper as to who her own client, Joshua Kelley, is (22:35) and more…
 
The Lakers have been impressive in the bubble, eliminating Portland, Houston, and Denver, each in five games. Miami swept Indiana, rolled through top-seeded Milwaukee in five and eliminated a strong Celtics squad in six. In short, the Lakers and Heat have been the two best teams in the Orlando bubble, by a pretty fair margin. Andy and Brian take a …
 
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