On this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we talked NHL Playoffs (Start-30:55), the NBA Playoffs, including Phil Jackson’s future, Kobe Bryant’s future, and Andrew Bynum’s dirty play that made so many headlines (30:55-1:00:00), Verlander’s no-hitter, including where this accomplishment puts him in historical context (1:04:10-1:17:55), and Ethier’s hit streak, which was snapped at 30 games (1:17:55-1:21:40). Then we went through each of the divisions in Major League Baseball (1:21:40-1:42:45), discussed the future of Maryland basketball given the retirement of Gary Williams (1:42:45-1:47:15), talked about the Ohio State controversy (1:47:15-1:48:42), and analyzed the potential trade offerings between the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets (1:48:42-1:52:00), and closed with a discussion about the NCAA Lacrosse Playoffs, and an excerpt from our interview with Johns Hopkins defensemen Tucker Durkin (1:52:00-Finish).
By Bob Long on May 10, 2011
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