The B-Straw and Pauly G Show hit the road for a Friday NBA Playoff edition of Road Trip. First they went to Portland to talk to Andy Johnson, 1080AM, about the Rockets and Blazers match. He talked about the factors that will contribute to either side coming through victorious, including Aldridge’s performance. Then they traveled to Chicago to talk to Mark Grote, WSCR 670AM, about the Bulls and Wizards games.
Tonight on the Road Trip the guys traveled to Los Angeles and Memphis. They started in Memphis to preview the Grizzlies going into the Playoffs with Chris Vernon of 92.9FM. He talked about how well the team might do in their up coming matches. Then they traveled to Los Angeles to talk to Arash Markazi, ESPN.com, on the Clippers side of things. He talked about which players need to step up for the Clippers to make a serious run at things.
Tonight the guys kicked off the Road Trip talking to John Boyette, Augusta Chronicle, about the Masters. Boyette talked about the big stories of the tournament so far. Then they went to Columbia to talk to Brandon Kiley, “The Morning Blitz”, about Green-Beckham’s dismissal from Mizzou’s football team. Kiley discussed the players legal troubles and how they led to his release. He also said it will have a huge impact on Missouri’s football team’s chances moving forward.
Evan Rosenbloom joined The B-Straw and Pauly G Show to talk about the allegations against Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick is denying the truth of the TMZ reports about what the victim is reporting happened. Rosenbloom walked the guys through the process of reporting the story and how details have come to light over time so far.
Tonight in the helpless the guys started out talking about Ashley Madison, the website for married people looking to cheat. There are apparently 160,000 Houston members on this site and the popular areas of town were found to include Sugar Land and West U. Rob Ford continues to do stupid things up in Canada. Also there is a city limiting the amount of coins you can use to pay for things after officials had to spend hours counting $20 in coins.
NBC Golf Channel analyst Mark Rolfing joined The B-Straw and Pauly G show to discuss the up coming Masters. He gave his thoughts on the front running players and who he thinks will win it all. Rolfing said that despite the weather he thinks the Shell Houston Open will be well attended as it is a well respected tournament.
Brien and Paul set off on a Friday Road Trip to Hartford and Nashville. First they talked to Paul Nanos, Fox Sports Radio 1410 Hartford, to discuss UConn in the Final Four. Then they journeyed to Nashville to talk to Matt Segal, Host of “Afternoon Press Box” WNSR, about the Titans cutting Chris Johnson. He discussed the viability of the Titans moving forward versus the rest of the AFC South.
They kicked off with a story about a counselor at the local school sleeping with a student. Then onto a court reporter who typed “I hate my job” and “All work and no fun make Jack a dull boy” instead of doing his job transcribing cases. There’s a Scottish woman who makes dog poop look like desserts in an attempt to shame the careless owners who don’t pick it up. Finally, a masseuse has man take off his $35,000 watch and then attempts to steal it by sneaking it out in a certain body cavity.
Tonight the guys hit the road and went to Lexington, KY and Cincinnati. First they went to Lexington to talk to Rob Bromley, WKYT-TV, to talk about Kentucky and the Final Four. Then they went to Cincinnati to talk to Paul Dehner Jr., Cincinnati Enquirer, to talk about the Manning signing and Dalton contract.
David James, Open Door Sports Consulting, joined The B-Straw and Pauly G Show to discuss who the Texans will draft. He said he saw it coming that the Texans would let Gary Kubiak go. James is not as high on Clowney as high on him as a lot of people. He thinks that O’Brien might be looking at more of a long term solution at quarterback. He thinks trading a later pick for Ryan Mallet or Kirk Cousins would be a bad move because the Texans have Fitzpatrick already.