Tim Grover — the guy who trained MJ, Kobe, D-Wade and several other NBA players — discusses his new book; Demetri introduces us to Melinda Brown; workout icon Denise Austin on Physical Fitness and Sports Month; sportswriter Avi Wolfmann-Arent talking all things baseball; the What-Up Roundtable with Salt from Mix 104.1 in Boston; and another round of “Is This Something?”
Patrick, Demetri and Jason hear from Muggsy Bogues, Rufus Edmisten — the man who handed the subpoena to President Nixon — on the 40th anniversary of Watergate, Paul Goebel on everything TV, Tony Castleberry joins the What-Up Roundtable, another round of “False, Foreign, or Florida” and a new game inspired by a listener.
Amazing Race winner Bates Battaglia, who won the CBS competition-reality show along with his brother, joins Patrick, Demetri and Jason to talk about what’s it’s like to be a damn champion. Also, Boston Globe writer Gary Washburn who was the sole person who kept LeBron James from being the first ever unanimous NBA MVP.
Coming up on The Cheap Seats podcast this week, a race winner and a sex-tape benefactor (to be clear, that’s two different people).
The one and only Lyle Lovett join this week’s The Cheap Seats to talk music, touring, acting and football. The Bleacher Report’s Dan Levy discusses Jason Collins’ big announcement, FightGameBlog.com’s Double G weighs in on boxing, MMA and the WWE. And the guys have a good hearty laugh at Vanilla Ice.
The Bleacher Report’s Mike Hoag talks the NFL Draft and when is it OK to label a draft pick a bust, Avi Wolfman-Arent also of the Bleacher Report discusses everything NBA Playoffs, and Taylor Zarzour of WFNZ’s The Drive weighs in on the Bobcats firing Mike Dunlap after one year and if the franchise will ever be relevant.
Iron Mike Tyson visits The Cheap Seats podcast this week, as the guys get the former champ to open up about everything from his fighting days, his movie-acting days to his prison days. Joe Lucia of AwfulAnnouncing.com discusses Bob Costas’ shots at Jim Nantz and CBS, Tony Castleberry joins the What-Up Roundtable, another round of “False, Foreign, Or Florida,” and your emails.
Iron Mike Tyson visits The Cheap Seats podcast this week, as the guys get the former champ to open up about everything from his fighting days, his movie-acting days to his prison days.
On this week’s The Cheap Seats podcast, Demetri interviews one of MTV’s original VJs Nina Blackwood, Patrick goes one-on-one with the voice of the Alabama Crimson Tide and host of NASCAR Live Eli Gold, and 94.7 WQDR’s Marty “The One Man Party” weighs in on Brad Paisley’s new song “Accidental Racist.”
Rashim Lee from Bottom of the Fourth Quarter with a MLB primer for the 2013 season, Joe Kinsey of BustedCoverage.com on our favorite fans caught on camera recently, “False Foreign or Florida” and a new segment called “Is This Something?”
The guys have stories from Georgetown after losing to FGCU and the Bleacher Report’s Avi Wolfman-Arent on all things NCAA Tournament, there’s a visit from Scott Anez from WDBO in Orlando and Studio Host for the Orlando Magic Radio Network on rumors of the Orlando Predators arena football team recruiting Tim Tebow, and the What-Up Roundtable with Hurricane Shane from 92 Zew in Mobile, Ala.
Interviews with NASCAR driver Tony Stewart and Son Volt’s Jay Farrar; the guys try to figure out if two kids who made headlines recently are racist, the social liberalism in the NCAA, a return of “False, Foreign or Florida,” and TMF boss John Swartz joins this week’s What-Up Roundtable.
The guys tell you all you need to know about how the NCAA selections went, so tune in before you fill out those brackets!
Jonathan Hock discusses his latest ESPN 30 For 30 documentary “Survive and Advance,” there’s a brief chat with John Saunders on hockey, Dan Bonner of CBS talks March Madness, Tony Castleberry joins the What-Up Roundtable, and your penis-related questions are answered in this week’s listener emails.