It's big news in tiger town, and Current Sports is on top of it. Al and Alex discuss the David Price three-team trade during the first half of the show. Later, Al and Alex recap the Greater Lansing Area Sports Hall of F ame induction from last night, and go over some of the inductees. Finally, it's reflection friday, and the duo discuss some other big news from the week in sports.
Al invites Bob Every to discuss the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame and other happenings. Later, the show is focused mainly on the NBA draft that airs tonight, and the panel discusses where Adreian Payne, Gary Harris, and Nik Stauskas will go. Matt, Alex, and Al give their mock drafts, and debate how far Embiid will fall.
On today's episode of Current Sports, Al talks with Lansing Sports Hall of Fame chairman Bob Every about the Hall of Fame. Al and Alex also give the latest rundown in sports including their predictions on Michigan State, Michigan and Lions football.
It's Reflection Friday! Al, Matt, Alex and Mike reflect on the past week in sports and what they're looking forward to this weekend. Al runs through yesterday's sports action including the Tigers and NBA Playoffs. And part two of Al's interview with executive director of the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame, Bob Every.
Last week, Al visited the Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame to chat with Bob Every, who gave him a tour of the hall and and talked about many Lansing sports greats. Al run's down today's hot topics, including the Red Wings, Tigers and Floyd Mayweather. And Big Ten women's golfer of the year and MSU alumna Caroline Powers joins Current Sports to talk about qualifying for the U.S. Open and turning pro in June.
Our series on boxing continues with local and former Lansing Community College softball coach and boxing guru Bob Every. Bob shares his thoughts on the current state of boxing and boxing in the Lansing area. Sergio Garcia made a comment about "friend chicken", referring to Tiger Woods. Do you feel this was racist? Listeners and Al share their thoughts.