What an amazing time to have Olivier Pheulpin join us to discuss the massive news of Lionel Messi asking Barcelona to let him leave the only club he has ever known. Also in this podcast episode we discussed the NBA playoff basketball. We were recording as the NBA was trying to decide if they are going to boycott games to protest the shooting of Jacob Blake. We are so emotional over the tragedy that happened this week and this was another unprecedented day in the world of sports and I am glad that we are having these conversations!
We previewed the BMW Championship being held at Olympia Fields in Chicago. This is the second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs with the top 69 players teeing it up starting tomorrow. This is the season long race to crown a Champion and give the golfers bragging rights and huge money will be handed out over ther next two weeks. We spoke about the top golfers in the standings and brokedown where we thought there game would be heading into this week. Dustin Johnson is coming off his historic 30 under par and 11 shot victory last week on the first leg of the playoffs. DJ sits first in the standings and the world rankings and is coming in hot. There was a late pullout from the tournament from Webb Simpson which surprised a lot of people as he sits third in the standings. It was fun to discuss many of the top 15 heading in to this tough test.
The UFC Vegas 7 card was beset with numerous pullouts and cancellations and eventually there were only nine fights on the card. We welcomed Jason Cameron into our podcast to breakdown the card. We were treated to great takes as usual and it was very insightful. The Fight Night was headlined by Frankie Edgar vs Pedro Munhoz as Frankie finally moved down to bantamweight for the first time. The UFC has constantly asked Edgar to fight at the 135 lb limit as it seems to be a more natural fit for his body. Edgar and his camp always refused to fight in the bantamweight division and it was hard to argue as he has carved out a Hall of Fame career at featherweight and lightweight. He is a former Champion at lightweight and now after Saturday nights split decision victory he is a winner in three different weight classes. The list of guys that have been able to get wins in three different divisions is a select few highlighted by Conor McGregor, Anthony Pettis, Diego Sanchez, Vitor Belfort and Kenny Florian. The main event was a razor thin decision and as close as they come to a draw. This fight was very difficult to judge and both fghters put on a very good display of high level MMA and both received praise for their efforts.
We welcomed Jason Cameron in to our podcast to have a discussion on the NBA. This day ended up being designated Mamba day because the date is 08/24 the two numbers that Kobe Bryant wore for the LA Lakers. There was a lot of tributes for Kobe and his daughter Gigi and the others who tragically lost their lives in that helicopter crash January 26th of 2020. The Lakers wore special throwback uniforms for their game against Portland today. There was a lot of amazing videos and comments from the NBA world today. We then discussed the unbelievable and shocking police shooting of Jacob Blake that happened in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This city is just outside of Milwaukee and has been put on the map again for all the wrong reasons. The released video of the incident is tragic and sickening to watch but these videos are necessary to stop the police brutality and violence. It was really emotionally draining and hard to discuss but we are glad we talked about it to shed more light on it. Our focus then turned to the action on the court and the great NBA week of the playoffs that we were just witness to. Enjoy the breakdown and all the details that we discussed. Enjoy Take care Love yah Bye for now!
Complete Sports Media welcomed back Dale Cory into our podcast forum to discuss the NHL playoffs. This breakdown comes just as we have started the second round of the NHL playoffs. The Vancouver Canucks had a crushing 5 to nothing beat down in game one at the hands of the Las Vegas Golden Knights. This was definitely not the way the Canucks faithful wanted the series to start but they were exposed for their shortcomings and played their worst game of the playoffs. This is only one game so it is definitely not time to panic but they must turn in a much better game two to give hope and confidence to themselves and their fans. The Canucks young guns Bo Horvat, Elias Petterson, Brock Boeser and Quinn Hughes all struggled mightily in game one. The Canucks MVP of the season and playoffs Jacob Markstrom also seemed to really be fighting the puck and wasn't positionally strong in the Canucks net. The entire team needs to put forth a better effort in the next game and series. Coach Travis Green needs to put a game plan in place and make a series of this one. We spoke about all of the other series as the top eight NHL teams are still alive and fighting for the Stanley Cup. Enjoy the breakdown. Take care Love yah Bye for now
This was a great PGA breakdown of the first leg of the Fedex Cup playoffs at the Northern Trust Open. Dustin Johnson dominated in incredible fashion as he shot thirty under par to win by 11 shots. He shot a second round 60 and kept pouring the ball into the hole the entire weekend to take over the world #1 and Fedex Cup #1 position heading into the BMW Championship next weekend. It was a masterful performance that hasn't been seen in over a decade where he practically lapped the field. We dove into his tournament and the zone he seemed to be in. The other players that were playing for second place ended up being beat by Harris English who is also playing great golf these days. The unfortunate part of the playoffs is that only the top 70 players make it to the second leg and that led to Phil Mickelson getting knocked out. That however will lead him to tee it up on the Champions tour for the over 50 crowd. Phil turned 50 in June and will head to the Ozark national and being the heavy betting favourite to win in his debut. We also mentioned the shocking win by Sophia Popov who was ranked 304th in the world as she headed into this past weekends Women's Open Championship win. The event was held at Royal Troon and she beat the field by two strokes. No one has ever won a major with a lower ranking it was a truly epic performance.
We had a very fun and entertaining breakdown with Stephane Cappellini of the UFC Fight Night Edgar vs Munhoz. Stephane always has great takes and insight into the UFC cards. This was a shortened fight card with only 9 fights but featured the biggest upset in UFC history( according to the oddsmakers) plus a lot of great action.
This is a great preview of the Fedex Cup Playoffs at TPC Boston for the Northern Trust Open. Casey brings a great perspective to these PGA previews as always. We are very excited that the playoffs are finally here and the top 125 for the year are going to tee it up starting Thursday. Tiger Woods is back and is a big focal point as usual. Justin Thomas is leading the Fedex Cup standings and is trying to win be the consensus player of the year. Another golfer who has a real shot at the top position is Collin Morikawa who won the years only major tournament at the PGA Championship at Harding Park in San Francisco. There are theoretically 125 guys who have a real chance to win and change their career and life.
Well the playoff matchups in the NBA have all been decided and so we brought Jason Cameron in to help us with a playoff preview. The NBA restart after the pandemic hiatus was a thoroughly entertaining 8 game preview for the playoffs. We spent some time discussing every series and gave some predictions on the outcome. The West has much more intriguing matchups and we went into detail discussing them to begin with. LA Lakers VS Portland Trailblazers LA Clippers VS Dallas Mavericks Denver Nuggets VS Utah Jazz Houston Rockets VS OKC Thunder The Eastern conference series are as follows Milwaukee Bucks VS Orlando Magic Toronto Raptors VS Brooklyn Nets Boston Celtics VS Philadelphia 76ers Indiana Pacers VS Miami Heat Enjoy the discussion, predictions and breakdown.
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This a a really great breakdown of UFC 252 Miocic vs Cormier for the Heavyweight Championship of the World. This was a highly anticipated trilogy battle as both have one win over the other. The winner gets the title belt but also considered the baddest man on the planet which is a coveted title. It turned out to be a full 25 minute war and Stipe Miocic got his hand raised wining a unanimous decision. Stipe now also will be considered the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) heavyweight champion. Daniel Cormier will not have his fairytale ending to his career. He didn't announce his retirement but will make it offical quite soon most people expect. He had a great career just not the ending he and his fans were hoping for. The fight had to endure an unfortunate eye poke that Daniel Cormier said blinded him. He went to the hospital following the fight to get the eye checked and was told he had a torn cornea. The other two wars these two had with each other also were disrupted with eye pokes. One of the main reason why this third fight was a bit delayed was because Stipe had to go through eye surgery to repair a torn retina. Stipe looked great as he sported a slimmed down sleeker body and great game plan. The fight card had a lot of great battles and was really fun to watch and almost as fun to breakdown. Enjoy Take Care Love Yah Bye for now!
This is a great conversation with Dale Cory discussing the years first golfing major the PGA Championship from this past weekend. Collin Morikawa etched his name into the history books and beat the best field of the year to win his first major! This was a incredibly deep field with so many guys near the top of the leaderboard with an opportunity to win late into the final round. Morikawa with an eagle on the 16th hole when he drove the green on the par four was able to finally separate himself from the pack. He played incredible golf on the weekend with a 65 and a 64 to win by two shots at 13 under par. It was strange seeing a major with no fans and it diminished the electricity and some of the excitement. Most golf fans are hoping that there won't be many more majors played without a crowd. Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson finished two shots back of the winner at - 11 under par and played great golf just not good enough to hoist the trophy. There was a five way tie for 4th place featuring Jason Day, Bryson Dechambeau, Tony Finau, Scottie Scheffler and Matthew Wolff all at 10 under par. Tiger Woods struggled with his game at times but played solid golf on Sunday to move up 22 places on the leaderboard and tied for 37th at 1 under par shooting a 3 under 67 on the final day. It was a great tournament with a lot of great play and drama. We loved it! Enjoy the breakdown it really turned out to be a lot of fun! Take care Love yah Bye for now!
Well the qualifying round of the playoffs has just ended so we invited Dale Cory to do a breakdown with us. We also did a great in depth preview of the upcoming Stanley Cup playoff round of 16. This is such a great conversation about hockey that we really enjoyed ourselves and brought a lot to the table. If you are a fan of hockey you really should put this into your schedule and spend an hour with us! This is the first day off since the restart happened and it gave us a lot of time to reflect on what occured in an unprecedented round of qualifying. The matchups have been decided and so we spent a good time on each series with a preview breakdown. We of course talked at length about the Vancouver vs St Louis series and we both think the Canucks have a legitimate shot at advancing past this opponent. The Blues are the defending Stanley Cup Champions but have not looked great in this restart and could be beatable. All of the series seem to be a bit of a toss up in this new bubble world. the other Western Conference matchups are Las Vegas VS Chicago Colorado VS Phoenix Dallas VS Calgary The Eastern Conference series are as follows Philadelphia VS Montreal Tampa Bay VS Columbus Washington VS New York Islanders Boston VS Carolina We covered them all and had a lot of takes and predictions. The draft lottery second round happened while we were on the air and it was announced that the New York Rangers had won. This was definitely not the most popular or unpopular outcome but probably a great result for Alexis Lafreniere. He is the consensus # 1 pick as he has shone and been a star at the junior level. He has won the MVP of QMJHL 2 years in a row and the only player to ever do that is Sidney Crosby. He scored 35 goals and recorded 112 points in 52 games this past year. He also was the MVP of the World Junior Championships held in the Czech Republic scoring 4 goals and 6 assists for 10 points in six games. He led Team Canada to a gold medal in the tournament. Most everyone rejoiced that it at least wasn't Edmonton that won this lottery as they have won it four times before and it hasn't led to much success. Enjoy the conversation about some great hockey we have witnessed these past weeks. The playoffs are shaping up to be such a blast to watch and we are excited that the real Stanley Cup playoffs are here.
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This is some of the best insider NBA talk we have had with Jason Cameron. A great breakdown of the week of great NBA action. With one week left before the playoffs the games are becoming very spirited and meaningful. The playoff bracket is really taking shape and matchups are almost decided. Just watch quit reading and just enjoy the conversation! Thanks for your support as always!
If you want some of the most fun and entertaining breakdowns of the UFC just watch our channel and podcasts! This was another great episode that was just a great back and forth conversation on the Derrick Lewis and Aleksei Oleinik fight card. The Black Beast proved how big and powerful he still is and got a huge knockout win early in the second round. Oleinik was able to Lewis to the ground in the first round and worked on many submissions attempts.
We got into a great conversation with Dale Cory to breakdown the first couple of weeks in MLB. Baseball has taken a ton of criticism this year for their failed negotiations on getting a season going. The league lately has has had complaints levied against them because of their decision to not put their teams into a hub city bubble. The season got underway and within a few games there were a lot of positive Covid19 test results. The team that was hit the hardest was the Florida Marlins who had 21 members of their team test positive. This led baseball to postpone a slew of games to try to stop the outbreak. Florida had to scramble to get replacement players and the motley crew has compiled a 5 and 1 record to put them atop the NL East division. Derek Jeter the CEO and part owner has worked some magic and then trusted Don Mattingly his manager to do his best to win some ball games. Dale is a life long Mets fan and his team has struggled to find some consistency in the same division. The other story out of the NL East was the season ending injury to Braves pitcher Mike Soroka the Canadian ace. He tore his achilles tendon trying to field ball as he ran off the pitchers mound. We sure hope that he can recover swiftly. We brokedown the Jays who have also struggled to find consistency and wins. The Yankees are 9 and 2 to have a huge lead in the AL East. Our discussion turned to theother top teams in the league! The Cubs have won 6 in a row and sit comfortably atop of the NL Central at 10-2 the Twins have the same 10 and 2 record and are on top of the AL Central. Oakland has won five in a row to put them on top of the AL West. To round it out in the NL West The Rockies are percentage points ahead of the Dodgers. It was not really as in depth as we will probably do in other podcasts because of the other sports taking the spotlight from baseball currently. It was a fun discussion though and we recommend that you watch! Enjoy the conversation Take care Love yah Bye for now!
Check out our really fun conversation with Dale Cory discussing the PGA Championship. The years first major ends up being the 102nd PGA Championship from Harding Park in San Francisco. One of the main focus points of this tournament heading in was Brooks Koepka the two time defending champ. He shot a four under par opening round standing in a huge log jam one shot back of the leaders Jason Day and Brendon Todd. There were nine players at 4 under 66 just a shot behind. Sitting at three under par 67 were 8 players after the first round. So if you do the math that is 17 players within two shots of the leaders! The biggest featured group on Thursday was Tiger Woods matched up with newly crowned world number 1 Justin Thomas and world Number 3 Rory McIlroy. Tiger played a pretty solid opening round and managed a 2 under 68 and is tied for 20th. Rory shot an even par 70 and sits in a tie for 48th JT struggled with two double bogeys and shot a one over par and sits in a tie for 68th. This is a fun tournament to watch and what about to play? Well we can try and ask some of the 20 club pros that qualified for this years tournament. Let's hope a bunch of them make the cut and we have a chance to see a cinderella story! I hope that we get a chance to speak to at least one of them on an upcoming podcast. Enjoy this conversation and the tournament this weekend! Take care Love yah Bye for now
We invited Dale Cory into a conversation on Junior Hockey to discuss many aspects and started with the new schedules they have been releasing. It was a great discussion and we are excited that the return of the lifeblood of most communities in this country is returning! There was a lot of talk about the Penticton Vees who have won 9 straight Interior division titles and their dominance in the BCHL. This team featured 5 sons of former NHL players last season. Please watch to get details! Enjoy Take care Love yah Bye for now!
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We welcomed Dale Cory to talk about the NHL playoffs. The Canucks game had just completed a 3 to 0 win over Minnesota in game 3 just as we went to air. We discussed the game and the series at length. The Canucks young talent has really impressed us, especially Quinn Highes with three assists in this game. The series will have a short turnaround with a game tomorrow evening with the Canucks hoping to close out the five game series.
We had a must see preview of the PGA Championship to be held this week in San Francisco at Harding Park. We were able to provide so much in depth coverage that it will make your viewing of the tournament so much better. As usual we gave our viewers some best bets and Draftkings lineups! There has been a 13 month drought for the majors and this is shaping up to be an unforgettable and epic tournament! Enjoy the golf and good luck with your bets!
Another really great podcast episode with Jason Cameron and Complete Sports. UFC Fight Island fight night 174 had Robert Whittaker vs Darren Till and it was a technical masterpiece victory for "The Reaper" Whittaker. We had a very in depth breakdown of the whole card from top to bottom. We also previewed the upcoming fight card from the Apex card in Las Vegas featuring Derek Brunson vs Edmen Shahbazyan. Our conversation eventually turned to the NFL and the big trade for top safety Jamal Adams who went to to Seattle Seahawks along with a fourth round pick. The Seahawks traded two first round and one third round pick to the New York Jets and safety Bradley McDougald. A very steep price but for one of the best safeties in the game it could be worth it. NFL training camps are set to open this week and it will be interesting to see how things unfold. The baseball world was rocked on Monday as word came down that 13 members of the Miami Marlins baseball team tested positive for Covid 19. The league then postponed their next two upcoming games as well as their last weekends opponents the Philadelphia Phillies game against the New York Yankees. This coming on the heels of the first weekends action in baseball's return to play has shook up the entire sports world. We touched on the new name just announced the Seattle Kraken for the latest NHL hockey expansion franchise. Jason likes it and thought it was a great move by the team. Enjoy this latest great episode breaking down most of the sports here in North America.
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This was a short podcast episode breaking down the 3M Open from Minnesota. This was a huge victory for Michael Thompson as he shot -19 to win by two ending a seven year winless drought. We previewed the WGC Fedex St Jude Invitational from Memphis, Tennessee. This will have a star studded field with many of the top golfers in the world teeeing it up starting Thursday. Enjoy
We had Scott Holburn join us to breakdown the UFC Fight Night 174 which had Robert "The Reaper" Whittaker vs Darren "The Gorilla" Till. We went into great detail on the entire card. We also looked ahead to the UFC Apex card that features Derek Brunson vs Edmen Shahbazyan. There are a lot of great takes on the card that should be a fun event to watch.
Tune in for another great podcast from The Complete Sports and Media Coverage team. Today we are featuring a great conversation with a veteran of the combat sports world Stephane Cappellini. Capo has competed in combat sports and worked with his local athletic commission to help put on events. We have a short introduction to the show as we start talking about the UFC. Enjoy!
We got into a great conversation with Dale Cory to breakdown the first couple of weeks in MLB. Baseball has taken a ton of criticism this year for their failed negotiations on getting a season going.
It was not really as in depth as we will probably do in other podcasts because of the other sports taking the spotlight from baseball currently. It was a fun discussion though and we recommend that you watch!
Well we had a must see preview of the PGA Championship to be held this week in San Francisco at Harding Park. We were able to provide so much in depth coverage that it will make your viewing of the tournament so much better. As usual we gave our viewers some best bets and Draftkings lineups! There has been a 13 month drought for the majors and this is shaping up to be an unforgettable and epic tournament! Enjoy the preview and the golf and good luck with your bets!
This is a podcast that makes us see why we called our Podcast Complete Sports Media coverage! We invited Dale Cory an old and great friend into our studio to discuss a variety of sports. Dale has such an impressive sports media background and so I asked him to list off his roots. He will say near the end of this podcast that we could talk for hours and he is so right! This life long sports fan has been in media most of his life and we met when we were both covering the NHL and NBA. We talked about the NBA a little and reminisced about the Vancouver Grizzlies and Chicago Bulls. It was nice to remember a lot of those years that are now more than 25 years in the past.
This is a preview of the FedEx Cup Tour Championship being held at East lake this weekend . Casey and Darren brokedown the field that is only the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings. This is an elite and incredible group of golfers teeeing it up Friday. Dustin Johnson who sits in first place starts a ten under par with a two shot lead over Jon Rahm. The rest of the golfers all will start with a stroke deficit based on their position. Justin Thomas starts in third place at seven under three shots behind the lead. the golfers in 26th to 30th place with start at even par 10 shots behind DJ. Ten strokes is not an insurmountable lead over four rounds of gold so everyone really has a legitimate shot at contending and maybe winning the $15 Million dollar first place cheque. Even if you finish in last place you still get $395 K to put into your bank account. so it was a great accomplishment just to make it here. We went over our Draftkings picks and laid out many possible ways to play and our lineups. It really was a fun podcast episode that you should watch before the tournament. Remember it is a Friday through Monday tournament and finishes on Labor day. We also touched on the developmental golf tours a little speaking about the Korn Ferry tour and the Mackenzie tour that a lot of pros us to hone their game in these tournaments. Please support our partners and sponsors by going to our website and following the links to their sites. There are opportunities for savings going through us. Anchor FM, Verbero, and Forever Living are all great companies that allow us to bring this content to you every week. Enjoy Take care Love yah Bye for now!
This was a really fun breakdown with Casey O'Donnell to discuss the second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs. The tournament was held at Olympia Fields in Chicago and it was a really tough course that had most players scrambling just to make pars. The winning score was -4 compared to last weeks win by Dustin Johnson at -30. Speaking of DJ the World # 1 and Fedex Cup # 1 was in the drivers seat early on in the final round as he started the day tied for the lead. He then proceeded to birdie 3 of the first four holes to give himself a cushion. There were other golfers who played solid golf and threatened the top of the leaderboard but it was the World # 2 Jon Rahm who emerged as the leader in the clubhouse at -4. DJ had to drain a 43 foot putt on the 72nd hole to force a playoff. The two of them went back to the 18th tee and played the last hole again. When they hit the green with their approach shots DJ looked to be in the much better position. When Jon Rahm read his putt and sent it on its way I don't think anyone expected it to go in but that is what happened. The 66 and 1/2 foot bomb won him the tournament as DJ wasn't able to match his shot. With the best players in the world playing so well this bodes well for East Lake in Boston next week for the Tour Championship and the finale of the FedEx Cup playoffs. The top 30 made it into that tournament and should provide us with amazing golf starting on Friday with the Monday finish on Labor day. It was a real battle to get into the top 30 and Canadian Mackenzie Hughes just made it by sinking a tough five footer for par on his last hole of the tournament. Billy Horschel made it in thirtieth place after Canadian Corey Conners three putted from five feet to fall into a tie and give Horschel the spot by less than a point. All thirty now qualify for all of the majors and World Golf Championships and the Tournament of Champions, The revised playoff format now has Dustin Johnson starting the first day at 10 under par Jon Rahm will be in second at 8 under, Justin Thomas third at seven under par and so on. The players sitting in the 26th through 30th place will start at even par ten shots back of DJ. It should lend to a very interesting tournament and have the golfers who are the best in the world currently battling it on for the top prize of $15 Million dollars and big paycheques for all with a purse of $60 Million. Enjoy the golf Take care Love Yah Bye for now.
We started this episode speaking about how the professional leagues had all taken a hiatus late last week to address the social injustice concerns after the Jacob Blake shooting. We were happy to see the NBA take the lead and boycott games and then all of the other North American leagues following suit. The NBA Players Association and the NBA owners have agreed to establish a social justice coalition with representatives from players, coaches and governors. This coalition will be focused on a broad range of issues, including increasing access to voting, promoting civic engagement and advocating for meaningful police and criminal justice reform. We then discussed the unfortunate deaths this weekend of three individuals that had ties to the NBA and the sporting world. We spoke of the shocking news that Chadwick Boseman had died after a 4 year battle with colon cancer. Chad was a huge NBA fan and had relationships with many in the league. He had played a lot of prominent roles like Jackie Robinson in 42, Ernie Davis NFL Hall of Famer in The Express, T'Challa in the Black Panther etc etc. One of the other unfortunate passings this weekend was Clifford Robinson the 18 year veteran of the NBA. "Uncle Cliffy is best known for his time with the Portland Trail Blazers helping lead them to the NBA finals in 90 and 92. Last but not least Lute Olson the long time Hall of Fame college basketball coach just passed away at 85 years old and is most remembered for his 25 year run as Head coach of the Arizona Wildcats. He took over a program at Arizona that was not very good and helped rise it to National prominence. They made 23 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances once he turned the program around. Dozens of NBA players have come from that program and we spoke about quite a few of them. Our conversation ended up turning to discuss the on the court action as the first round was almost wrapped up and the second round was just starting. Enjoy Take care Love Yah Bye for now
We started this episode speaking about how the professional leagues had all taken a hiatus late last week to address the social injustice concerns after the Jacob Blake shooting. We were happy to see the NBA take the lead and boycott games and then all of the other North American leagues following suit. The NBA Players Association and the NBA owners have agreed to establish a social justice coalition with representatives from players, coaches and governors. This coalition will be focused on a broad range of issues, including increasing access to voting, promoting civic engagement and advocating for meaningful police and criminal justice reform. We then discussed the unfortunate deaths this weekend of three individuals that had ties to the NBA and the sporting world. We spoke of the shocking news that Chadwick Boseman had died after a 4 year battle with colon cancer. Chad was a huge NBA fan and had relationships with many in the league. He had played a lot of prominent roles like Jackie Robinson in 42, Ernie Davis NFL Hall of Famer in The Express, T'Challa in the Black Panther etc etc. One of the other unfortunate passings this weekend was Clifford Robinson the 18 year veteran of the NBA. "Uncle Cliffy is best known for his time with the Portland Trail Blazers helping lead them to the NBA finals in 90 and 92. Last but not least Lute Olson the long time Hall of Fame college basketball coach just passed away at 85 years old and is most remembered for his 25 year run as Head coach of the Arizona Wildcats. He took over a program at Arizona that was not very good and helped rise it to National prominence. They made 23 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances once he turned the program around. Dozens of NBA players have come from that program and we spoke about quite a few of them. Our conversation ended up turning to discuss the on the court action as the first round was almost wrapped up and the second round was just starting . We finished off our podcast episode looking back at last nights UFC Fight Night Smith Vs Rakic. We brokedown all 10 fights on the card and had a great discussion about all of them.
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