The Rick & Jamie Show
The Rick & Jamie Show
10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Rick Kamla is a co-host on The Rick & Jamie Show, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. weekdays with Jamie Dukes. Rick got his first professional job in sports in 1994 as a writer for Fantasy Football Weekly. When that regional publication went national via Fanball.com in 1998, Rick was promoted to senior writer for fantasy football and basketball. His edgy writing caught the eye of NBA TV bosses, who hired Rick in January of 2003 to host “Virtual GM”, the first fantasy sports show in network television history. Rick is entering his 11th season with NBA TV and he still hosts “Fantasy Insider”, which is now the longest running fantasy TV show of all-time. Rick’s role with NBA TV has expanded to hosting the network’s flagship program “Gametime” as well as play-by-play for the NBA, WNBA, USA Basketball, D-League, Summer League and Euroleague.
Jamie Dukes co-hosts The Rick & Jamie Show along with Rick Kamla, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. weekdays. A 10-year NFL veteran offensive line men who played eight years with the Atlanta Falcons, Jamie also has over ten years of experience in television, radio and print communications. Jamie and his wife are the founders of the Put Up Your Dukes Foundation whose mission is to fight obesity and the deadly links to the Diseases of Excess Weight. In addition to that Jamie is national spokesman for the National Football League’s Healthy Heart campaign. In his off-time he works with his non-profit associations and spends time with his family.
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