In the 3rd hour, Scott Miller CBSsports.com MLB writer, joins the show to talk baseball around the league. Also Mac takes phone calls on Dwight Howard to the Rockets.
In the 2nd hour, Mac talks more about the Dwight Howard trade to Houston and will Josh Smith join him in Houston. Plus should the Braves trade Hudson for more help?
In the 1st hour Mac talks about the Dwight Howard trade to the Houston Rockets and Steve joins 790 sports talk Houston joins the show to talk Howard and Rockets expectations going into next year.
Matt Thomas, Sports Talk 790 Houston, “I Would Not Be Stunned If Josh Smith Has At Least Been Talked About In A Sign And Trade”
Dwight Howard’s new destination is in Houston. We call on the Houston media for a reaction. Matt Thomas joins from the Rockets’ flagship, sports talk 790, with his perspective on the deal. . .
Chris Paul’s answer was brief, just like his time on the free agent market. “I’M IN!!!” he wrote Monday on Twitter. He will be staying with the Clippers, the longtime losers he helped turned into […]
NBA Free Agency will begin at 12:01am Eastern Time on July 1st. The most sought after player in this year’s free agent class will be Lakers center Dwight Howard who will meet with five teams […]
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The Atlanta Hawks and two other teams have been fined an undisclosed amount by the NBA for tampering. A league spokesman says a memo was sent to teams informing them of the penalties, […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Hawks president Bob Williams says a letter to potential ticket-buyers promoting Atlanta’s chances of signing Chris Paul and Dwight Howard was an “unfortunate” mistake. The sales letter, first reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution […]
In the 3rd hour Steve Aschburner, NBA.com, joins to talk Budenholzer, Dwight Howard, Dwayne Wade, and NBA Playoffs. Then guys took calls on how Atlanta Hawks fans would feel about Dwight Howard.
With the NBA Playoffs in full effect and offseason stories for those that are not in the playoffs, we check in w/ Steve Aschburner of NBA.com for his perspective all all things NBA. . . […]