Sports Flash Anchor, Producer for Over Time
Wendy Adams is a weekend Sports Flash anchor and also produces Overtime with Jim Murray on 92.9 The Game. She has established herself in the radio community since 2004 and has most recently been a member of the nationally syndicated morning show, The Bert Show. She joined the show as its fifth member back in 2008 as the traffic reporter and evolved into a fulltime member. Beyond being a member of the Bert Show, Wendy was also the host of Comcast On Demand’s local show “Bleachers,” a 12-week tour that highlighted the best in metro Atlanta high school football in 2011.
Hometown: Grayson, GA
College: Kennesaw State University
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! The Hawks traveled to Chicago where they would head into the All-Star break on a high note! Jeff Teague had 17-points and eight assists while Al Horford added 16-points.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! For the second night in-a-row, the Hawks faced the Orlando Magic; this time at home hoping for a different outcome. Atlanta seemingly had the game in hand, up by as much as 20-points.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! The Hawks traveled to Philadelphia where they would cruise to a 38-point victory over the 76ers! Each of the 13 Hawks players that suited up scored; eight finishing in double-figures. Atlanta has now won two straight and will be back at Philips Arena Friday night for a date with the Indiana Pacers.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! Atlanta welcomed the Mavericks to town Monday night where it would be the Jeff Teague and Kyle Korver show! Teague scored a season-high 32-points, knocking down five 3-pointers, while Korver went 4-7 from the 3-point line finishing with 16-points. It was a much needed win as the Hawks will be back on the road Wednesday for a date with the 76ers in Philly.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! The Hawks traveled to Indiana for a date with the Pacers Thursday night. They were without their All-Star Paul Millsap for the second half after suffering a sprained left ankle.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! The Hawks returned to Philips Arena Wednesday night where offensive struggles got the best of the team. Though the Clippers largest lead of the night was only 5, it was enough for the win. Atlanta turned it over a season-high 23 times but had an opportunity to tie the game when the Clippers threw it away with 6.7 remaining. They’ll look to get back on track Thursday night as they travel to Indiana for a date with the Pacers.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! Atlanta closed up their 4-game road trip with an impressive 119-105 win over the Denver Nuggets Monday night. The Hawks finished up their road trip 2-2 and head back to Atlanta for a date with the Clippers at Philips Arena on Wednesday night.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! The Hawks welcomed the Orlando Magic to town on Monday afternoon where it would be Al Horford and Paul Millsap that would set the pace for the team’s 98-81 win! Atlanta will take a two-game winning streak with them as they set out on a west coast road trip. They’ll face Portland Wednesday with a 10:30pm ET tip.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! The Hawks were on the road in Milwaukee Friday night where they would fall 108-101 in their first overtime game of the season. Foul trouble hurt Atlanta with the Bucks out-shooting the Hawks at the free-throw line 37-6. The Hawks will be back at Philips Arena Saturday night to take on the Nets. You can hear that game right here on 92.9 The Game, with the pregame starting at 7:00pm.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! The Hawks had a few days off before meeting with the Hornets tonight in Charlotte. It wasn’t one of the Hawks better nights as they only led once in the game; 2-0 in the first-quarter. After that, it was all Charlotte as they took over with a 17-point run and never looked back. Atlanta will look to get back on track as they head to Milwaukee for a date with the Bucks on Friday.