It was another great weekend for your New York Yankees, taking 3 of 4 in Chicago. Giancarlo and Judge stay red hot while the entire pitching staff keeps on rolling. The only question is where our confidence in Aroldis Chapman is going to be in October. Nestor Cortes Jr. continues to amaze, shutting down the White Sox lineup on Sunday with ease. Can he start the All Star Game at this rate? Maybe Cy Young consideration? It's time the world recognizes this man. The guys hand out and takeaway pinstripes while also share some news about the pod and what's to come. Barstool at the Ball Park is this Saturday, make sure to buy your tickets and come hang. Outro song: "Fall For You" & "Urban Sunset" (Both via APM Music Library) Producers Note: Sincere thanks to everyone who has listened to the pod over the last few seasons. You all have a bigger impact than you think. Thank you Hubbs and Tommy for bringing me on to the show as an intern in 2019, Marty for joining us, and Avery and Noah for production help over the years. Been a pleasure working on this show. Thank you. - TJ
It's like they always say: Don't bring a small intestine to a knife fight. Card #91 on Beckett SABR Bio by Alan Cohen Joey and A-Rod joking about Cora's "overreaction" Seattle's "Refuse to Lose" 1995 season Joey robs Tony Gwynn in the 1997 All-Star Game
The axe Jack Nicholson used in "The Shining" sold at an auction for $175,000 after 12 bids. Baseball legend Jackie Robinson's All-Star Game bat sold for one million dollars in an auction Saturday. What would you rather own? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Curtis Martin comparison, splitting carries between Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon, Nathaniel Hackett's run game tendencies, Jordan Poole, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Draymond Green, Game 5 Nuggets @ Warriors, Denver lacks necessary pieces to beat Golden State, Broncos Special Teams Coordinator Dwayne Stukes comments on San Diego State punter Matt Araiza, importance of field position, Bulls @ Bucks, differences in NBA Playoffs between Eastern and Western Conference, USA vs World in All Star Game
Our Built Different Guest today is former legendary MLB pitcher, Andy Pettitte. After an 18 year professional baseball journey, Andy racked up one of the most decorated careers collecting 5 World Series Championships, 3 All-Star Game selections, and 256 career wins along the way. There is obviously no question that Andy is a fierce competitor who wanted to do his very best while playing the game that he loved, but what Andy shares with us is that his main priority has always been to grow and strengthen his relationship with Christ above everything else. Throughout this episode you will hear a common theme that Andy reminds us of which is the consistency of God. Even in the ups and downs throughout Andy's baseball career, but more importantly his life, God has always remained the same. The heart of this interview rests in helping you understand that no matter what you may be going through, God is still God, and He is still Good! Even when you can't see it, He is working on your behalf! Rest in His consistency today!
The O.G. is here! Quentin and Darius welcome Michael Finley to the Knuckleheads podcast. Another Jordan Brand member sits down with Q and D! Fin talks with the guys about how, the first time he got to play against Michael, he was afraid to hurt the GOAT, what it's like getting the call telling him he's being traded, and his first practice with the Spurs!…. Tune in! Being a high schooler getting the chance to play MJ one-on-one (9:25) Getting traded for the first time (21:40) Seeing Dallas win a championship after getting traded (35:00) What it was like being selected to his first All-Star Game (38:55) His favorite player to dunk on (49:09) What it was like playing for Pop (1:11:25) About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads: Subscribe on Youtube Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gerardo Martino dio a conocer la convocatoria para el partido ante Guatemala, ¿falta o sobra alguien? La liga MX ya va a finalizar, ¿quiénes quedan entre los primeros cuatro puestos? Y la MLS dio a conocer que las estrellas del torneo mexicano serán sus rivales para el All Star Game, ¿es intrascendente? Todo esto lo debaten Gustavo Mendoza y Alex Blanco en un "Tiro Directo", un podcast de futbol exclusivo de futvox. ¡Conecta con futvox! Twitter: @FutvoxOficial Instagram: @futvoxoficial Facebook: @futvoxoficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Callum Williams and Kyndra de St. Aubin are joined by MLS Deputy Commissioner and St. Paul native, Mark Abbott, to discuss this week's big All-Star Game announcement, the growth of Major League Soccer and where he sees the league heading.
Host: Heidi Hatch Guests: Maura Carabello We will not record on April 15th or 22nd and back on April 29th US 1st BLACK WOMAN CONFIRMED AT SUPREME COURT JUSTICE: JUDGE KETANJI BROWN JACKSON 53-47 VOTE Romney voted to confirm Jackson and stayed to applaud her, Lee voted no and walked out as the applause were happening. SENATOR … Continue reading Take 2 Podcast: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, All-Star Game stays in SLC, upcoming elections →
This week on Buckets & Tea, host Cathryn Naiker chats with comedians Leonard Chan and Yaw Attuah about: Winning your fantasy basketball league - how much is too much emotional investment in your players? Adam Silver's recent comments about star players skipping games - what changes will we see down the line, if any? The NBA not moving next year's All-Star Weekend out of Utah despite anti LGBTQ+ legislation, the opposite of their response in 2017 when the All-Star Game was moved out of Charlotte. The current playoff picture, featuring a rant by Yaw against a certain MVP candidate. Once Cathryn wrangles everyone back together, we reminisce on Kyle Lowry and Danny Green both returning to Toronto, discuss the Raptors' playoff ceiling. Finally, in the Nick Nurse Hottie Moment of the Week, Cathryn provides an update on the Dr. Nurse nickname. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The 2023 NBA All-Star Game is supposed to be hosted by Salt Lake City, Utah. However...Adam Silver will soon make the decision to move the All-Star Game out of Salt Lake City and to a different host city. We reveal the reason Adam Silver will move the 2023 NBA All-Star Game. We explain how Adam Silver will once again fold to media pressure...and make a bad business decision based on reactions from Twitter and the media.
Happy 2nd birthday, Holding Kourt! The Turners reflect on the past two years of the podcast. Kourtney discusses her 2022 LA Marathon experience and PR attempt. Justin & Kourtney go over the new rules for the 2022 MLB Season including a change to the All Star Game that may not sound like a new idea. Follow Holding Kourt: @holdingkourt Follow Kourtney: @court_with_a_K Follow Justin: @redturn2
After trying to get to the bottom of what happened to the content made during the All-Star Game in Cleveland, we have a Chris Cote hypothetical no one asked for. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On January 14, 1964, the Boston Garden was set to host the first televised All-Star Game -- a monetary breakthrough for the NBA! Featuring such basketball giants as Oscar Robertson, Jerry West, Bill Russell, and Wilt Chamberlain, this was to be one of the greatest All-Star matchups in NBA history... That is, until all 21 players refused to take the court until the owners agreed to formally recognize the Players' Union. Demanding medical benefits, per diem, trainers, and more, the owners had dodged any sort of agreement for years, but despite threats of being fired, the players saw this TV contract as their opportunity to finally force the owners' hands... CREDITS Rick Loayza: Head researcher, writer, and voice Jacob Loayza: Editor, producer, and publisher MUSIC "This or That" by Reks "Horizons" by Roa SPORTS HISTORY NETWORK https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (sportshistorynetwork.com) https://sportshistorynetwork.com/podcasts/basketball-history-101/ (sportshistorynetwork.com/podcasts/basketball-history-101/) FACEBOOK https://m.facebook.com/Basketball-History-101-103801581493027/ (m.facebook.com/Basketball-History-101-103801581493027/) BUSINESS CONTACT email@example.com
Herculez Gomez joins us to discuss LigaMX vs MLS and how North American soccer culture will be defined in the short and long term. 0:00 Intro 3:34 LigaMX to Mex/AMs 6:17 Winning Fans 9:18 Can MLS Surpass LigaMX 14:23 All Star Game 16:20 Mex/American Superstar 18:54 The Chant 22:15 Queretaro 28:16 Ultras and Barras 31:16 Highs and Lows as Striker 36:37 National Team Callup 41:53 Growth of Soccer in USA 45:21 2010 World Cup 49:58 Herc vs England
This podcast was recorded on the show floor of USITT22 at Studio USITT in partnership with AKG by Harman.The Wally Russell Mentoring Award is presented by USITT in partnership with the Wally Russell Foundation to honor someone who embodies the guiding hand that Wally Russell provided to many young professionals.A 30-year resident of San Diego, Jay Sheehan oversees the production management and stage management areas for the School of Theatre, Television and Film at San Diego State University. Additionally, Jay created and leads the Certificate in Entertainment Management Program for the School. In addition to teaching stage management, production management and live concert production, Jay also oversees all aspects of production for the 8 show main stage and student production season.Jay also serves as the National Production Manager for Young Arts, dedicated to help identify and support the next generation of artists in the literary, performing, visual and design arts. In this capacity, Jay oversees productions in Miami, and the Presidential Scholars program at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.Jay is an Equity stage manager, having worked on over 50 shows during his stage management career. Jay's other jaunts around San Diego have found him as the Director of Production and Operations for the San Diego Symphony and Director of Operations for House of Blues, overseeing the 20,000 seat Coors Amphitheatre in Chula Vista.Jay is also owner of Cue One Productions and is a freelance special event manager whose event list includes the NFL Super Bowl, Major League Baseball's All Star Game as well as non-profit charities concert events in and around the United States.TECHnically Speaking is a public service of USITT, which seeks to have a broad conversation on topics of interest to its members, but it is neither a legal interpretation nor a statement of Institute policy. The views expressed on this podcast by guests are their own and their appearance herein does not imply an endorsement of them or of any entity they may represent. Reference to any specific product or idea does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. Views, opinions, recommendations or use cases expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of USITT, its Board members or employees.
0:00- Intro/ Meet our guest Razvan Nanu 3:56- PNG About ( War, Allstar Game, Kindness, Black History Month) 17:10 - More About Razvan/ Software Development 19:19- Human's Relationship with Technology. 48:06- Ukraine Vs Russia Breakdown 1:10:18- Getting Married Young 1:22:12 - Cas's Extra Breakdown _______________________________________ Play No Games is a society and culture podcast/show that delivers humor, genuine thoughts, relationship guidance and authentic introspections that will have you reflect at a higher vibration. They say if you know better you do better but we see people need more of a push. A mental health professional and salesman come together to give you our unfiltered, unapologetic, ways to digest life so you can level up in all aspect get ready to PLAY NO GAMES. Follow Cas, Arthur, and Rob as we elevate _______________________________________________________________________ Guest : Razvan Nanu. *He doesn't have social media but lets know how you felt about him in the comments! _______________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT THE PLAY NO GAMES SHOW Donate Donate Here $herobob ________________________________________________________________________ Follow Arthur @chefboyrdickson https://open.spotify.com/show/2NNGYTt... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Follow us on our IG page : lookhere.fri We have Audio only on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5P0jSBq... Check US out on IG https://www.instagram.com/lookhere.fri/
No team or event is complete without a logo. Listen in as we're joined by Dan Simon of Simon Studios. Simon has designed logos for Super Bowls, All-Star Games, and countless teams throughout the sports world. He's also the man behind both our new character, cap logo released this year, and our logo for the Iowa Caucuses identity. Simon goes into how he got started in the business, how it feels seeing his work out in public, and how it was to transition into the digital age as a designer. Randy Wehofer hosts.
It's the same story every time Nashville hosts a big NHL event, people act surprised that Music City can also be a hockey town. It happened when Nashville hosted the All-Star Game in 2016 and again when the team made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2017. And now, we see it happened again after Nashville hosted the 2022 NHL Stadium Series. This week hosts Michael Gallagher, J.R. Lind and Megan Seling wonder how many times will Nashville have to prove it's a hockey town before people consider it a hockey town?Also discussed: What's contributing to Ryan Johansen's great season? Is it his snack habits? And Roman Josi is on pace to set a new franchise record — are there any other defensemen in the league more worthy of winning the Norris?
Week 9 of The Bachelor gave us two games that were jam-packed with high-flying action! First came the vicious All Star Game, where Shanae got burned in the hot seat almost as savagely as Clayton did. Then came Game One of the Championship in Iceland, where Susie's shocking exit may have iced Clayton's chances of ending up with anyone. Will Rachel or Gabby stick around to love another day? Or will they follow Susie and get the hell out of Reyjkavik? The hilarious Winston Carter returns to the show to help us break it all down!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thebachelorzone)
He's one of the best to ever play the game. They call him "The Machine." The numbers don't lie...3,301 Career Hits. 679 Home Runs. 2,150 Runs Batted In. 10 All Star Games, 2 World Series Championships, 3 MVP's, 6 Silver Sluggers, and he's still playing! We spend an hour with Albert talking about his upbringing in the DR, his Major League career, and his off the field endeavors. Of all those accolades, The Roberto Clemente Award is his most prized. He shares with us what questions he would have for Roberto if he could meet him. He also gives great advice for the young hitter. What's the difference between hitting in Little League, and High School? How was he able to hit for power, and put the ball in play so much? To close out the program, we discuss his foundation, the Pujols Family Foundation, which serves the Down Syndrome Community and underserved areas of the Dominican Republic. Chad Chop also challenges him to a Trivia Contest, which you definitely don't wanna miss. Thank You for all you are...Albert Pujols. Enjoy, rate, review, and SHARE!
Recorded- March 4, 2022Uploaded- March 5, 2022There's a lot going on this week in Indy Ball. The Frontier League has its site for the 2022 All Star Game. There's a slew of hires from Gateway to Staten Island. Florence will be playing in a new place, kinda. And there's a lockout in MLB but how will that affect Indy Ball? Find out this week on the Indy Ball Report podcast!
In today's episode, Justin looks at the NBA's All Star Weekend events, and how they can be improved. The Dunk Contest was forgetful at best this year, so is it time to take a break from the usually-spectacular event? Justin also takes a look at other events that can be added to spice up the weekend, and different locations that might incentivize the players to take the All Star Game itself more seriously.
Cross and Harry are back for another episode to talk about the 2021-22 NBA All Star Weekend. The boys highlight the weekend's events, giving their opinions on this year's Dunk Contest, Skills Challenge, 3-PT Contest, Celebrity Game, Rising Stars Game, and of course the actual All-Star Game. Check it out and be sure to like and subscribe! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/offbeatmedia/support
Tarlin and Mike are back, talking solace in basketball this time on the heels of the NBA All-Star weekend in Cleveland. We reminisce over All-Star Weekends from times gone by, including 1988 and 1992 before fast-forwarding back to the present to talk about a dismal Slam Dunk Contest, the 3 Point Shooting Contest, and the display put on by Stephen Curry during the actual All-Star Game on Sunday. In front of most of the 76 Greatest Players of all time and despite those that couldn't make it, Steph showed to be the star among stars. And the NBA is being transformed in the process. We look for lessons in the Top 75 and in ESPN's as the wet jump shot may be replacing the stunning dunk as the signature move in the NBA today. We discuss all of this, riff on variations of the screenplay for Space Jam 3, and even propose five modern players on the Mount Rushmore of the modern game. Listen in. You might hear some surprises. Subscribe to Running It Back wherever you get your podcasts. Visit us at RunningItBack.fm for more lessons learned from Sports.
On today's show, Gaber and I are catching up on a busy few weeks in the sports world, with another NFL season in the books and the NBA season entering the home stretch. First we have to get in the way-back machine to wrap up yet another NFL season for this pod, following the Rams' comeback win over the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI, and two weeks after the Big Game I'm left feeling like this whole season still feels unresolved. By all metrics and standards of the NFL, and hopefully not taking too much away from them, the Rams did everything required to be called champs, but I still didn't feel like they were the best team this year. But then, really, looking back, was any team actually the best this year? This was the ultimate season in parity, with the Bills, the Cardinals, the Packers, the Ravens, the Patriots, the Titans, and yes, the Rams, all at moments this year looking like they may be, the One. But now, it's on the offseason soap opera that is player movement, and we'll be all over that of course, but in the meantime, there's plenty of NBA to get into. With a little more than a quarter of the season remaining, we've got star players like KD, PG13 and Kawhi presumably returning from injuries and others like Harden and Ben Simmons settling in on new teams, so the push to the Playoffs looks to be exciting. But today, we'll pick up at Steph Curry's explosion at the All-Star Game and sort through all kinds of assorted detritus and errata as we hit the Playoff stretch. So sit back, Super Bowl LVI is history and football winter looms ahead but the NBA is here to save the day and we're breaking down how it's all unfolding, next on the Roundup Podcast so let's get rolling . . . 12:02 - Our better late than never Super Bowl LVI takes and NFL season wrap 41:33 - All Around the NBA: MJ owns All-Star Weekend 54:00 - Warriors talk: James Wiseman's imminent return 58:52 - Jonathan Kuminga's learning curve 1:02:02 - Draymond Green's injury 1:05:34 - Klay Thompson slander debunked 1:10:21 - Harden trade clinched MVP for Embiid? How the narrative swings the the vote 1:19:20 - Ben Simmons and the “Theoretical Nets”. . . (TheoNeticals?) 1:27:17 - Lakers' best case scenario 1:31:53 - The Suns and the rest of the West 1:37:01 - The Bulls and the building drama in the East
Pour cet épisode un peu spécial, l'équipe de The Free Agent s'intéresse aux All-Star Game dans les sports US. Formats, points forts, points faibles, crédibilité : les All Star Game suscitent de nombreux débats depuis quelques années. Certains pensent même qu'il ne faut plus en faire !
On today's episode of Who Moved The Hoop?!, Alex O recaps the NBA All-Star Weekend (1:20) that took place in Cleveland, Ohio this past weekend. Alex goes through the Rising Star Mini Tournament (3:25), the Skills Challenge (8:10), the Dunk Contest (8:55), and the 3-PT Contest (11:30) before getting into the All-Star Game (13:25), Chris Paul's latest injury (24:20), and Anthony Davis' injury (28:05).
Ben Fadden and Jacob Zimmermann discuss Adrian Gonzalez wanting to retire a Padre but the team preventing it from happening, Tommy Pham willing to play first base, whether or not AJ Preller should go after Kyle Schwarber in free agency, and how MLB can make the All-Star Game more entertaining. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For this weekend's Hoops and Cards podcast, Gary brings some NBA All-Star stories from his time in Cleveland for the NBA All-Star events and hanging out in Downtown Cleveland. You'll hear about the NBA All-Star Breakfast and some close encounters with NBA "Top 75 of All-Time" players like... well... just listen! Gary also gives a brief commentary on the weekend and an all-star who has the chance to steal the hearts of NBA fans around the world with this weekend's spotlight, in preparation for Sunday's All-Star Game! ----- HoopsPLUS is a fantastic way to support our podcast and get more Basketball Card content every single week! Podcasts, Prizes, Discord community, and much more for less than $5 a month! To join HoopsPLUS, just click https://anchor.fm/hoopsandcards/subscribe and support our podcast!! ----- JOIN THE COMMUNITY DISCORD at https://discord.gg/76Cs8WNY - we'll talk about ALL things NBA and Basketball Cards ONLY! ---- TO SIGN UP FOR CARD LADDER PRO through Hoops and Cards, go to https://app.cardladder.com/signup?via=hoops As always, please send DMs to Gary at the @hoopsandcards Instagram account or email at firstname.lastname@example.org! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hoopsandcards/message
Maple Leafs Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Player Development Coordinator Mark Fraser stops by to discuss the team's Heritage Classic jersey, the return of fans to Scotiabank Arena, Justin Holl and Rasmus Sandin's changing roles, Mark's own role with the Leafs and whether the NHL has enacted real change in terms of diversifying the game and combatting systemic racism, and what the most basic thing people can do at a grassroots level in a hockey space to be an ally (1:09). To wrap, Stan Van Gundy chats about what it's like to coach the All-Star Game, the Raptors' commitment to position less basketball, the hefty workload for Toronto's starters, and how the NBA's play-in tournament has helped maintain competitiveness around the league (25:00).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Action Network NBA analysts Brandon Anderson, Matt Moore, and Raheem Palmer go deep on all the All-Star Weekend festivities heading into a fun weekend in Cleveland full of dunks, shooting, parties, and occasional bouts of effort. The guys debate Jalen Green vs. Obi Toppin in the dunk contest, then go long on what it takes to stand out in the 3-Point Shootout and who to back. They also tell you why you should watch — and bet on — the Skills Contest and Rising Stars challenge. Then, of course, they preview Team LeBron vs. Team Durant in the All-Star Game and pick their MVPs. Happy All-Star Weekend, and enjoy all the festivities!
Talking NBA and the Cavs on The Kenny & JT Show with analyst Rex Walters, former NBA player and coach. Rex gives us his state of the NBA here at the break, the All Star Game and festivities in Cleveland this weekend, expectations for the Cavs in the second half, and more...
So much to unpack from this past week of NBA Basketball! The Dagger crew will bring it all to you in this episode from the Brooklyn Nets struggles in the past few weeks with the Kevin Durant Injury and the words he and Stephen A. Smith exchanged on Twitter, the return of Kyrie Irving, the James Harden trade rumors, and their 8-game losing streak. Moving on, the guys will also give their own trade deadline predictions while also giving their takes on the Blazers-Clippers & the Pacers-Cavaliers trades that already happened prior to the deadline. A short review on the All-Star Game rosters will be given covering the snubs and any surprises from the selections.
Sports Sunday is your best source for a complete, and nuanced preview of Super Bowl 56 between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams. Annie O'Donnell and Chris Bibona break down the keys to victory for each team, and give a final prediction at the end of the segment. In the second hour, the Sports Sunday duo talks about the 2022 Bejing Winter Olympics, and at 4:30, Orange County South Team All-Star Bo Kelly joins the show to share his experience from his team's 30-17 win over the North Team in the 63rd edition of the OC All-Star Classic.
Its only Joe and Tyler this week as Matt is alittle busy down in the Florida. Joe and Tyler start off with just some chats. The Superbowl is officially a week away. We pick the winners and the final scores. NHL AllStar game was on last night and the boys recap the skills competition. The boys talk about last year's golf tournament and preview this year's tournament. As always, we end the show on some Hot Takes.
Jeff and Max touch on what's been happening over the last couple weeks to include the not so easy side of things, the upcoming All Star Game as well who's hot at the half way break. They also chat a bit about the Elite League over in the UK and a bit about the NIHL in the UK and then touch on who's jerseys were raised and then mentioning hometown business and teams info before it ended. Also Make sure to head over to Instagram for our question for this month and waiting for an answer from you! Twitter: whatthepuckpod1 TikTok: What_the_puck_podcast Instagram- whatthepuck_podcast Facebook- What The Puck Podcast! Sponsors: www.eflownutrition.com (promocode: WTP2021) www.hockeyartclothing.couk www.forcheck.co.uk #nhl #whatthepuck #hockey #hockeypodcast #foryourpage #nhleast #nhlwest #massenany #northernny #usahockey #hockeycanada #hockeyworld
Recorded January 30, 2022. Evander Kane, Jacob Pannetta, Covid-19, and hey, damn, hockey's pretty fuckin' miserable right now, isn't it? The Caps are bad, the Caps are good, Kuzy's going to the All Star Game, and Garnet Hathaway is just a toddler who needs a nap.
Examining why LaMelo Ball should be in the All-Star Game in Cleveland next month, plus a lengthy discussion with Hornets assistant Jay Triano on the team's strong offense and how he's working with Mason Plumlee to get him more familiar with their system. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Friday, everybody. Today, CJ Toledano joined Michelle to talk all things NBA All-Star Game. Do people care about the All-Star Game anymore? K-Pop gets Andrew Wiggins voted in. And who they would take on their teams if they were captains. Many thanks to CJ for coming through. Catch him on his show Wake Up Basketball, streaming on Twitch. Enjoy the football this weekend, we'll talk Monday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BJ & Mo are BACK and better than ever! Today's show includes: - reacting to the 2022 NBA All-Star teams - the truth about how Andrew Wiggins became an All-Star starter - BJ & Mo draft their starting 5's for the All-Star Game - prayers up for Aron Baynes - some NFL and AFCON talk - fan luv friday