2012 Summer Olympics
David Stern may push for a change in the future that would turn the Olympics into a competition for players who are 23 years old or under, keeping older players from getting hurt and might even make the games a bit more competitive.
Overpowering and dominant in a way not seen since the 1992 Dream Team, the Americans are now two wins from a second straight Olympic gold medal. Argentina awaits.
Al Dukes offered up a hearty ‘bargain hunting’ Hellooo!!! for the lovely Persephanie, which according to Craig, was more than enough to get the job done.
After addressing it in the show open, Boomer could just not get over the shirt Craig selected to where to work today, saying it screamed ‘slap me, I am such a tool!’.
After boldly comparing himself to fictitious movie character ‘Dirk Diggler’, Jerry Recco went on to begin his update with a story that started quite a firestorm yesterday morning.
Boomer and Craig began this Monday edition of the Morning Extravaganza by talking about the Yankees, as they continue to ‘tread water’ as the Booms put it.
Pro Bowl Jets’ center Nick Mangold was proud of his sister, Holley who competed in Olympic weightlifting.
The fact that Larisa Latynina, whose record of 18 total medals has stood since 1964, had to purchase a ticket to watch Phelps break her record is a shame.
NBC has spent a lot of money for exclusive coverage of the Olympic Summer games in London, yet for some reason have elected to air the majority of the events on tape delay.
As the guys were talking about some of the odd events that pass as sports in the summer Olympics, we learned that our very own Al Dukes was quite a badminton player as a kid.
First we hear Craig morph into Tom Coughlin and offer a sort of ‘tip of the day’ that revolved around how good the Giants head coach believes grass to be.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the week filled us in on everything going on in the world of sports and provided plenty of laughter, which has quickly become a Recco staple.
Ethiopian long-distance great Haile Gebrselassie says he has changed his mind about retiring and will compete again. Gebrselassie had announced his sudden retirement after pulling out of the NYC Marathon.