What I do for 610: Host of “Nate & Creight” Sundays 2-5pm on Sportsradio 610
Birthday: June 18.
Hometown: Bellmore, NY
College: LIU Post
High School: Island Trees Memorial High School. Levittown NY. famous for book banning case (Island Trees Board of Education v. Pico, 1982) Supreme Court case. Notable grads: musician Eddie Money, American Idol finalist Kevin Covais,
Joined SportsRadio 610 :March 1, 2013.
Coolest person at 610: Me. Like that is even debatable.
What I love about Houston: The people of this town are so friendly. Everywhere I go, people are happy and polite. Its awesome. The weather here is like being on vacation. I should have moved here years ago!
Favorite 4 letter word: PAID. We all want to be PAID. FREE would be a close second. Who doesnt like FREE?
You thought I was going to go all Sammy L Jackson on you, didn’t you?
Favorite Interviews I’ve done: NFL Hall of Famer Bart Starr, Rutgers HC Kyle Flood, NHL COO John Collins, former NY Jets star Joe Klecko
- Former Play by play voice of LIU Post Pioneers football, men’s & women’s basketball, softball, baseball
- Former Co-Host of “The Opening Drive” 8-10am on AM1100 WWWE Atlanta
- Hosted shows on WFAN NY
- Former PA Announcer for Brooklyn Knights (PDL)
- Teams Followed: I still follow my hometown childhood teams, the NY Giants, Mets, Knicks, Islanders.
Favorite sports experiences:
- Bobby Jones 1 hitter in 2000 NLDS vs SF Giants which clinched series.
- Mets 10 run 8th inning comeback vs Braves June 30, 2000
- R A Dickey win his 20th game with a 13K performance in final Mets home game of 2012 season
- 2003 ALCS Game 7 – the Grady Little game. Aaron Boone led off the bottom of the 11th, and the first pitch he saw from Tim Wakefield forever earned Boone a place in the annals of Yankees history.
Realistically, considering the teams I root for, I have a lot more “Miserable Sports moments” in games that I have attended than I do “favorite” ones.
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