Sam, Brad, and Justin got in on the Wednesday edition of the Wager of the Day on 1590 WAKR!
Sam and Brad caught up with Adam Cook from Whitehouse HS in Whitehouse,Texas to discuss where his former QB Patrick Mahomes II might end up in the NFL Draft.
Akron Rubberducks outfielder Greg Allen spoke with Sam and Brad on Tuesday live at Canal Park. He talked about his season thus far and what he's looking to do as a member of the Cleveland Indians organization.
For today's edition of Know Your Prospect, we spoke with former Massillon Washington HS coach Jason Hall as he spoke about former Tiger and OSU Buckeye standout Gareon Conley.
Sammy B and Jay Brophy along with Justin got in on the Monday edition of the Wager of the Day.
Check out the Wager of the Day every Monday-Friday on the Sam and Brad Show on 1590 WAKR!
Sports Columnist Terry Pluto from Cleveland.com and the Cleveland Plain Dealer spoke with Sam Bourquin and Jay Brophy Monday to recap the Cavaliers' sweep over the Pacers in Indianapolis.
For the full interview with Terry, Sam, and Jay, click here.
Sam and Justin got in on the Friday edition of the Wager of the Day.
You can catch the Wager of the Day every Monday through Friday on the Sam and Brad Show around 5:20pm.
Aaron DeBord, the head coach of the Stow Bulldogs baseball team spoke with Sammy B to talk about a proposal from the OHSAA to extend the baseball season into mid-June.
This stems from the unpredictable nature of Ohio's weather and how this could benefit teams in the area.
Brian Dulik of the Medina Gazette spoke with Sam Bourquin about the Cavaliers taking a commanding 3-0 lead over the Indiana Pacers Thursday night.
Brian also discussed the report of Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor turning down a contract extension with the club.
Sam Amico from NEOSports Insiders and Fox Sports Ohio joined Sam and Brad to talk about the Cavaliers as they prepare for Game #3 against the Pacers tonight.
They play tonight on 1590 WAKR. Pregame starts at 6:30 with the tip-off at 7pm.
Former NBA Referee Tim Donaghy spoke with Sam and Brad Wednesday to talk about the state of the NBA and the tough task of officiating at the highest level.
When asked about why coaches and players are subject to a substantial fine when they question an officials' call, Donaghy said the league doesn't want to face embarrassment.
This conversation stems from a postgame rant from Memphis Grizzlies' head coach David Fizdale who was hit with a $30,000 fine for his critical comments after his team's loss to the Spurs in Game #2.
Tim was a referee in the NBA for 13 years and author of the book Personal Foul.