Boomer & Carton
With the abundance of unfortunate stories circulating through the news cycle, Boomer and Craig began Thursday’s radio program on a somewhat somber note.
Boomer and Craig were thrilled to have the unlikely duo of Charles Oakley and Karl Malone in the Allstate Studio Wednesday morning — and the two retired NBA stars let it all hang out.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ featured former NBA star turned actor Rick Fox displaying his ability to sing…
Fox may or may have not lost some street cred after belting out “Forever In Blue Jeans” with the Dynamic Radio Duo providing backup vocals.
For the record, Boomer was not on board with his radio partner’s way of thinking with regards to the Sultan of Swat’s greatness…
While discussing Jon Stewart’s decision to leave The Daily Show, Brian Williams’ six-month suspension from NBC and Boomer’s shirt selection (pictured below), Craig demanded to hear from television hall of famer Katie Couric
According to Boomer, Tuesday night marked about the fourth straight time Craig bailed early on him at an event during which the two were scheduled to appear together.
For the record, Al sounded awfully creepy.
The Sacramento Kings are looking for a head coach and George Karl is apparently looking for a job. Seems like a perfect fit, yeah? Not so fast!
The Blonde Bomber’s admiration could be heard in the kind words he spoke, while Craig chose to display his fondness with a little help from his trusty auto-tune machine.
Whether you agree with Silver’s decision not to punish the Knicks’ owner or not, Craig likes the quick manner in which he reacted.
Boomer and Craig got caught up discussing the current state of the NBA, which had the Blonde Bomber a little agitated.
In honor of NBA All-Star Weekend coming to The Big Apple, the NBA has released an interactive map entitled “A History Of New York City Basketball.”
When Craig tried to have a little fun with his trusty auto tune machine, Boomer was not too happy and made that much clear.
Nothing like a visit from a couple of beautiful women to warm up a cold winter day in New York, as I always say.