DJ Sixsmith and Kris Venezia talk with the radio voice of the Brooklyn Nets and WFUV alumnus Chris Carrino on One on One.
When The Garden Was Eden
Phil Jackson skipped the red carpet and discreetly went to his seat before last week’s Tribeca/ESPN premiere of When The Garden Was Eden, Harvey Araton’s book turned documentary from director Michael Rappaport.
Draft Day has an identity crisis. It’s not sure if it wants to be a 2014 NFL infomercial or exist in an authentically alternate universe. This dilemma is symptomatic of most sports films.
Spero Dedes radio voice of the New York Knicks talks with Nolan Silbernagel and Mike Watts about the Knicks desperate quest for the 8th playoff seed in the Eastern Confrence. Spero breaks down Friday night's loss to Wizards and the Knicks final five regular season games. They also analyze the strong play of the Brooklyn Nets.
Jim O'Connell, national college basketball writer for the Associated Press talked with Nolan Silbernagel and Mike Watts about the strengths of each of the FInal Four teams. He discussed Kentucky's impressive freshmen and how the team is just hitting its stride. Jim also broke down the keys to UConn's unlikley run. Finally, he gave his thoughts on who his thinks will win it all.
Gary Cohen play-by-play man for the Mets on SNY stopped by One on One to discuss the upcoming season for the team. Gary addresses the biggest questions coming out spring training including: the offense, the bullpen and the first base competition. He also evaluates the organizational rebuild and what needs to happen in order for the Mets to have a winning season.
Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post spoke with Kelly Kultys and Nick Logerfo today about the Jets and their newest quarterback Michael Vick. Cannizzaro also touched on the rumors that the Jets may aquire DeSean Jackson from the Eagles.
Verne Lundquist, winner of the 2014 WFUV Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award in Sports Broadcasting and one of the voices of March Madness for CBS, joined us on One on One to talk about championship weekend and the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Dr. Frank Jobe and former pitcher Tommy John joined Mack Rosenberg and me on July of 2013 as part of our 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame Edition of One on One. Dr. Jobe made a substantial impact on the game of baseball by pioneering Tommy John surgery in 1974. The surgery helped repair ligament damage in Tommy’s elbow and it was the first kind of this type of procedure.