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Hot Stove Baseball with Tim Kurkjian
Baseball season might be over, but that doesn't mean there aren't great stories to tell from the diamond. We'll turn to ESPN's baseball guru, Tim Kurkjian for some hot stove talk.
Memphis Grizzlies Roaring Back
The Memphis Grizzlies were on their way to record breaking futility, starting the season 0-13. But then the team brought in Hubie Brown, who hadn't coached for nearly two decades, from the broadcast booth. Together, the league's oldest coach and youngest team have come back from the NBA's abyss, going 11-10 since that dreadful start. "Only A Game's" Hal Humphries has more on pro basketball's biggest turn-around.
Snow Rocket Crackdown
Speed guns brought to bear on the great snowmobile menace.
This weekend, the competition begins to see which America's Cup team will take on the mighty Kiwis in the finals. It's down to San Francisco-based Oracle, led by a New Zealander, and the Swiss team Alginghi, led by a bunch of New Zealanders. We'll talk to Stuart Streuli, Senior Editor of Sailing World magazine for the latest from Auckland.
Not Your Mom's Jazzercise
In a nation where over half of the people are overweight and a third are obese, exercise, no matter what kind, is now more important than ever. So maybe we shouldn't laugh at Bill's story about Cycle Karaoke and Cardio Striptease. Well, who are we kidding? Laugh away. Oh, and while you're at it, do some sit-ups, lard butt.
Sisters for Life
Bill tells the story of the former Washington University basketball player who may have lost a career but, through the help and quick thinking of her teammates, gained something more than that- a second chance at life.
NFL Playoffs and more with Charlie Pierce
This week, Bill And "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The NFL Divisional playoffs, a Portland basketball team blazing a trail elsewhere, and Pittsburgh's new Mr. Coffee.
I May be Wrong, but I Doubt It
During his career in the NBA, Charles Barkley exceeded 23,000 points, 12,000 rebounds, and 4,000 assists. But he may be even better known for his opinions.
This program aired on January 11, 2003.
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