Host of The Mitch Evans Experience – Weeknights 11 p.m. – 3 a.m.
Bio: Mitch Evans has been a staple on the Atlanta sports scene for the last 16 years. His presence on the airwaves includes long stints in the sports talk radio format, as well as well-received turns serving as the pre and post-game voice for the Braves, Falcons and Thrashers. “The Mitch” is also well known for his four year period as the host of Comcast’s Falcons Daily TV show. A three-time winner of an Atlanta Achievement in Radio (AIR) Award and a trio of honors from the Georgia Associated Press Broadcasters Association, the Brooklyn, N.Y. native has been married for the last 27 years to his Georgia Peach of a wife, Randi.
Hometown: Brooklyn, New York
Mitch talks about 1983 NC State basketball team get to meet the president, Cam Newton says he needs to grow up, Raiders owner Marc Davis wants to move the team to Las Vegas
Mitch plays audio of Tyson Fury talking about him being Fat and shouldn’t be the Heavyweight Champion of the World
As if things weren’t already pressurized enough for Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff and head coach Dan Quinn in possessing only five picks in this weekend’s NFL draft, the ante was upped exponentially for…
Soundbite of the night is Dana White talking about why Conor McGregor is not on UFC 200. And Mitch goes around the sports world in the scoreboard segment
Nick Young wants to coach the Lakers, Conor McGregor is out for UFC 200, Mark Fox almost in a plane crash
Mitch plays Mark Cuban soundbite on Durant being a superstar, Durant respond to Cuban, Dirk response to Cuban. And scores for around the NBA, MLB
Mitch talks about Johnny Manziel legal troubles, Steve Kerr wins COY, Twins give tribute to Prince
Stan Van Gundy wont comment on Reggie Jackson final play, Chris King Islanders play by play call, David Yoerger emotional after losing to Spurs in 1st round
Lakers fire Bryon Scott, Johnny Manziel indicted, Conor McGregor is back
Before the Hawks and Celtics began their opening round playoff matchup, I predicted that the best of seven series would go the distance. My reasoning was based on several factors. Firstly, we were looking at a 4-5 seeded skirmish, so inherently it was set up to be evenly matched. And, each team completed its respective schedule with a 48-34 record. So the required competitive elements were…