Glenn Younes & Bob Haynie
Mike Harmon of Fox Sports Radio joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to talk about the big news of LeBron James heading to back home to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers and how it he came to this decision.
Chris Fedor of 92.3 FM The Fan in Cleveland joined Sports Rehab to talk about how Cleveland is responding to the news of LeBron James coming home to play with the Cavs.
He’ll always have fame and fortune but today the King earned his Crown. Respect.
Casey Stern of MLB Network Radio joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to take a trip around Major League Baseball as the All-Star Break approaches.
At this time last week, I was writing about the Baltimore Orioles losing three of four games to the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards and how the 11-game home stand was not going as planned.
Glenn asked Rob if the Orioles could win the AL East without Davis having a power surge and Neyer said “The Orioles will not reach 90 wins without Chris Davis going on some sort of tear.”
Glenn asked Steve where he thinks Carmelo lands and Steve replied “I think he’s going back to the Knicks. He loved what he heard from Chicago and Houston. As compelling as going to the Lakers is, they are no closer to winning than the Knicks are.”
With the USMNT making it to the knockout round of 16 losing yesterday to Belgium, the soccer hater can now say, “Thank God, no more soccer talk.”
Glenn broke down Kidd’s history of getting coaches fired while a player in college and in the NBA and also broke down Kidd’s past discretions off the court as well.
This past Friday, the Baltimore Orioles began a four-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards.
With the disappointing season UMD had on the basketball court last season, the recruiting class looks to have some potential for upswing in the Terps’ back-court.
Baltimore Sun writer Dan Connolly joins Bob Haynie and Terry Ford on Sports Rehab to talk about where the Orioles stand thus far in an average AL East.