The job of a rookie can be a hard one in the NBA. Learning a new style of play, finding your place amongst new and more experienced teammates and earning game time are all a part of the rigours of the rookie hooper, but for Michael Jordan it didn’t take long to assert his dominance on the court and take on the role of star player for the Chicago Bulls. 670 more words
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Clark Kellogg, College Basketball Analyst for CBS discusses the timing of Bo Ryan’s retirement and how it was done in order to give Greg Gard a chance to coach the team and hopefully retain the job after this season. 148 more words
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
6:00-The Cleveland Cavaliers open the season tonight and JG Spooner has created an open specifically to get you hyped up for it all. 177 more words
Clark Kellogg and Babe Kwasniak join the program and discuss a number of issues, including the Cavs opener and how much rest you should be giving players. 99 more words
(This article was originally published in an Athletes in Action newsletter and on their website).
An inspiring line-up of Olympic and professional athletes mingled with members of the public at the Athletes in Action fifth annual Night of Champions on May 6, 2010, at their World Training and Resource Center, in Xenia, Ohio. 537 more words
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Four-star Crawfordville (Fla.) quarterback and LSU commit Feleipe Franks threw four touchdowns passes, kicked a 20-yard field goal and knocked through four extra points in a 37-0 rout on Friday, … 72 more words
In today’s second hour, Former UIC Head Coach Howard Moore and CBS Sports analyst Clark Kellogg join the show to break down last night’s Duke/Wisconsin game, and we review the Sox Opening Day loss. 19 more words