Matt Hammond

Golden State Warriors v San Antonio Spurs - Game One

Matt Hammond Podcast (Apr. 24): Steph Curry’s Not Just A Star, He’s The NBA’s Best Showman

You’ll remember last night’s Warriors comeback, overtime win over the Pelicans forever — not because Steph Curry’s good at basketball, but because he’s great TV. Arguably the best in the NBA. Matt Hammond is the producer and update […]

SportsRadio 610–04/24/2015

Buffalo Bills v Carolina Panthers

Matt Hammond Podcast (Apr. 23): Greg Hardy, 10 Game NFL Suspension Aren’t Worth Debate

We all have passions. Apparently for some sports fans, it’s quibbling over how many games Greg Hardy should have been suspended by the NFL. Matt Hammond is the producer and update anchor of The Triple Threat, […]

SportsRadio 610–04/23/2015

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Matt Hammond Podcast (Apr. 22): If I’m An NFL Owner, GM, Coach, Do I Want To Be Wiping Jameis Winston’s Nose In The NFL?

Jameis Winston doesn’t get why getting free crab legs is a bad look, and that alone doesn’t make him a bad guy. But it does make him a project, arguably as big of one as Marcus Mariota. […]

SportsRadio 610–04/22/2015

Milwaukee Brewers v Cincinnati Reds

Matt Hammond Podcast (Apr. 21): There Are A Lot Of Problems With The Sports Media, Just Not The One Bryan Price Freaked Out About

Of all the things wrong with the media, and with how they interact with teams, the one Reds manager Bryan Price went nuclear over — reporting on whether a potential pinch hitter is available — […]

SportsRadio 610–04/21/2015

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Matt Hammond Podcast (Apr. 20): Tim Tebow Signing Is Small Potatoes For Chip Kelly, Eagles

For people making a big deal out of the Tim Tebow signing, it couldn’t matter smaller. Plus, after the first round of games in the NBA Playoffs, you can’t say flopping is what’s keeping soccer […]

SportsRadio 610–04/20/2015

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Dallas Keuchel’s Chances Of Repeat Campaign In 2015 Start With Astros Defense

Runs aren’t the only support Dallas Keuchel will need to have a repeat performance in 2015. Keuchel, who takes the ball for the Houston Astros Monday, on Opening Day for the first time in his […]

SportsRadio 610–04/06/2015


Matt Hammond Podcast (Mar. 30): Cinderellas Early, Blue Bloods Late: 2015 NCAA Tournament Going How Every One Should

Most success stories follow formulas. If only every NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament could follow this one: Cinderellas early, blue bloods late. Oh, and wrestling fans are staging a coup. Matt Hammond is the update anchor […]

SportsRadio 610–03/30/2015

South Carolina v Clemson

Vic Beasley Sizes Up Texans Front Seven With Watt, Clowney — And Himself

J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney, Vince Wilfork and Vic Beasley. Maybe you haven’t already started imagining the Houston Texans front-seven possibilities. Beasley is. The former Clemson edge rusher told The Triple Threat Tuesday on Sports Radio […]

SportsRadio 610–03/24/2015

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Matt Hammond Podcast (Mar. 10): What If Ryan Mallett Was The Plan All Along? And Yes, Andre Johnson’s Gonna Have A Big Year In 2015

Happy as fans are that the Texans locked up Ryan Mallett, they’d rather have Teddy Bridgewater, Derek Carr, Jimmy Garoppolo — a plan. But what if Mallett was O’Brien’s plan all along? And two things […]

SportsRadio 610–03/10/2015

Cincinnati Bengals v Houston Texans

Matt Hammond Podcast (Mar. 9): Mallett, Hoyer Deals Give Texans Playoff Expectations In 2015, And Maybe A Little Credit For Rick Smith?

Who knows how 2015 shakes out for the Texans. But with the reported signings of Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer, the expectation should be, at worst, playoffs. And given the dollar amounts of deals for […]

SportsRadio 610–03/09/2015