Current Sports | June 12, 2017

Jun 12, 2017

The Stanley Cup; Pittsburgh Penguins; Sidney Crosby; John Salley; Game 5 of the NBA Finals; Weekend Winners.

Former NBA great John Salley joins "Current Sports with Al Martin" via satellite from Los Angeles, California.
Credit John Salley

On today's "Current Sports with Al Martin" the oldest, most coveted hockey trophy stays in Pittsburgh. The Penguins repeated as champions with a 2-0 victory in Nashville, but it wasn't without controversy. Al and engineer Isaac Constans break down the game and the errant whistle that changed it all. The legacy of Sidney Crosby also received a significant boost last night, and his greatness is explored. Then, Al takes a little bit of a Father's Day preview when he interviews John Salley, the Detroit Pistons "Bad Boy" and star in numerous entertainment roles. Salley dives into what he's getting for the holiday and what he wants from this year's NBA Finals. Closing out the show, "Weekend Winners" reveals Al's and Isaac's picks for tonights Finals Game Five.

Episode 956