How sweet is THAT? A few random, rambling thoughts: The Kevin Garnett/Bill Russell exchange following the game had me tearing up even while chills were running down my spine. Quite a weird sensation, but it's one I wouldn't mind having a few more times in my lifetime. Garnett's hanging in the air, one handed line … Continue reading Lest We Forget
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The Godfather of Sports Talk Radio may be in semi(mostly)-retirement, but he still deserves a day on the approval ratings! Eddie Andelman is a pioneer in the sports talk radio arena. The original Sports Huddle show back in the 1970's was one of the first of its kind on the airwaves. Andelman was a fixture … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Eddie Andelman
Can they get it done tonight? The Celtics will get their second crack at winning the NBA World Championship tonight, this time at the TD Banknorth Garden. Steve Bulpett has some simple instructions for the Celtics to follow if they hope to win tonight. Bob Ryan has a number of observations about the series, but … Continue reading Celtics Go For The Title, Take Two.
From ABC/ESPN: Based on fast national ratings, Game 5 of the best-of-seven NBA Finals on ABC – the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics – last night, Sunday, June 15, averaged 17,257,000 viewers (P2+), an increase of 21 percent compared to Game 5 in 2006 (there was no Game 5 last year), which averaged 14,318,000 … Continue reading Game 5 Ratings Continue Trend for ABC
Since the 1970's Glenn Ordway has been stirring things up on the Boston Radio airwaves. After a short stint as a General Hospital actor, Ordway turned his attention to radio as the Sports Director and talk show host of WMEX/WIS. In 1981 he moved on to WRKO, hosting the popular "SportsCall" radio show and serving as … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Glenn Ordway
They had their chances. Once again the Celtics fell behind early, this time by 19 points in the first half, before coming back to take the lead. Then in the fourth quarter they trailed by 14 points, and came back to take a lead, and you might've thought "Game six Pistons, all over again." But … Continue reading Celts Can’t Close It Out, Head Back To Boston
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Ken from the Fang's Bites blog here once again and I have plenty of media links to give you. But before we get to the links, let's go over the sporting weekend. Weekend Viewing Picks The weekend will be dominated by Game 5 of the NBA Finals, the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines and Interleague … Continue reading Your Friday Megalinks
Hey is this Row-tillo, Row-tillo, Row-dillo, Row-sillo or whoever your name is? John Dennis calling, Row-tillo. Ryen Russillo is currently a Celtics analyst for Comcast SportsNet and an ESPN Radio host. He hosts a variety of shows for ESPN Radio, including NBA Sunday and The Baseball Show both on Sundays. Russillo got his start in … Continue reading Approval Ratings – Ryen Russillo