Thursday, May 31, 2012
Rusty Simmons joins us from the Big Apple for his behind the scenes look at the draft lottery. They talk about Joe Lacob's panicking moments, Peter Guber's shark tooth, Dominic McGuire,Kirk Lacob's role with the team and if he respects Larry Kreuger. He does not.
KNBR Insider Hammerin' Hank Schulman joins Gary and Larry to talk about resigning Melky, 200 hits in a season, Barry Bonds role with the team and what he expects from Tim Lincecum for the rest of the year.
Fran Fraschilla joins Gary and Larry to talk about the Warrior's 7th pick in the first round. They go in-depth (maybe not Gary) with the big draft class and figure who maybe hanging around late for the W's to snag. Perry Jones III, Harrison Barnes and Jared Sullinger were all discussed. Gary was disgusted.
Friday, May 25, 2012
Thursday, May 24, 2012
NBA Champion, one of the 50 greatest players off all-time and the NBA logo, joins Larry and Gary to talk about the new arena in San Francisco for the Warriors, Shaq trying to become a GM, what the Warriors are targeting in the draft and if he thinks LeBron James might be the best ever,
Friday, May 18, 2012
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Bobby Evans joins Gary, Larry and Kate on the Public House Patio in advance of the Cardinals & Giants matinee game. He talks about Pagan playing center, if they Giants are talking to teams about players, how the extra wildcard will affect the trade deadline, what happened with Carlos Beltran in the offseason and how he got his start with the Giants.
Charles Edward Culberson joins Gary and Larry to talk about how he found out about his call up to the majors, his family traveling to see his first hit, how far along his wife is into having their first child and how their extended family tree includes some baseball greats.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Tony La Russa joins us live outside of Bud Selig's office in New York to talk about what he thinks about Albert Pujols struggles, if there is any difference between the AL in the NL, why the A's haven't retired his number like the Cardinals, and how he would help the Giants and their defense.
The great Chris Mannix from Sports Illustrated joins Gary and Larry to break down the Heat and the Pacers, and why LeBron James didn't get the final shot. He delves into how dangerous Indiana can be and if the Lakers will win a game against OKC. And he says Phil Jackson will be in ____________ next year.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Ric Bucher from ESPN The Magazine joins the show to talk about Lacob nepotism, hiring practices in the NBA, the Warriors outlook, Spurs and Clippers (Spurs vs Spurs), what the Lakers can do to beat the OKC, how much the Heat will miss Bosh, and nothing on the Pacers.
Friday, May 11, 2012
It's a live Warriors Round Table with Larry Kreuger, Gary Radnich, Ted Robinson and Kevin Harlan. Ted joins for the segment to talk about Harlan's rise to prominence and which sports are the most difficult to call. We then delve back into the NBA playoffs and talk about what is happening with the Lakers, why LeBron the whipping boy of the NBA and what he thinks will happen tonight with the Clippers and Grizzlies.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Ken Korach, K2 as his friends call him, calls in to talk about returning to the broadcast booth after knee replacement surgery, the rehab involved and then delves into how good Cespedes can be and how big of a surprise the A's have been so far this year. Larry Kreuger says Cespedes has "a hose". Gary is thrown off. Enjoy.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Monday, May 7, 2012
Ned Louis Colletti joins us in advance of Giants and Dodgers to talk about, Matt Kemp's hot start, resigning Andre Either, working under Frank McCourt, his connection to the new Dodgers ownership and his role with the organization going forward.
Friday, May 4, 2012
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Ric Bucher joins Gary and Larry in the midst of the NBA playoffs to be disgusted by Celtics radio calls, talk about rumors of Jason Kidd to the Warriors, what's left of Amar'e Stoudemire's hand, if the Bulls are in trouble and if he thinks Kobe will be the all-time Lakers leading scorer. Ray Ratto chimes in...kind of.