Grant Hill joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio Friday morning to wrap up what was a great week of basketball guests on the radio program.
Raftery and Hill will work as analysts alongside play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz, CBS and Turner Sports said Tuesday.
Craig did his best to make things as uncomfortable as possible for Mr. Hill, but all in all I think it went pretty well.
The Final Four is just a day away, and WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts did their broadcast live from Dallas on Friday in advance of Saturday’s big games.
Hill insists his career could have been much, much different had he landed with the Knicks in 2000: “If I had gone there, I wouldn’t have had the ankle problems.”
Legendary Nets and Knicks point guard Jason Kidd has retired from the NBA after a storied 19-year career.
Kidd received 91 first-place votes from league players and 2,474 total points Tuesday to claim the Joe Dumars Trophy in his first season in New York. He won the award last season, his final one in Dallas.
According to a report, those who know Kidd well said that they wouldn’t be surprised if the 10-time NBA All-Star decides to call it quits after this season.
The scary things for Knicks fans is that these weaknesses aren’t hard to see or diagnose. Every NBA team runs the pick-and-roll incessantly, and most have quick guards to get into the lane.
Now looking to fill needs elsewhere, the Knicks are reportedly “on the verge” of signing veteran Grant Hill for their shooting guard slot.
Now that the Super Bowl has been dissected like that poor, prostrate frog from your science class, there’s a frigid wind howling through the sporting world, much like the real one that has frozen our nation from top to bottom.
Phoenix overcame a season-high 41 points from former Suns All-Star Amare Stoudemire and handed the Knicks their third loss in a row.