Sunday, April 10, 2011

4 Quarters Radio: April 8 2nd Quarter

The second-quarter curriculum for April 8:
--NBA Players' Association head Billy Hunter and Commissioner David Stern stop by to give their respective sides in their looming labor dispute. David Stern's place among great dictators in history is also discussed.
--The twin lockouts, NBA and NFL, get compared to see which league will have a longer work stoppage.
--The Basketball Hall of Fame class got announced, and Scott quizzes Logan to see how many the casual fan recognizes. Spoiler: not many. Scott, for his part, has made peace with Dennis Rodman's enshrinement, but there is another candidate who got in at the expense of someone more deserving.
--Bobby and Mack wander in late and get their chance to weigh in on the dueling lockouts.
--In Whodaman, Bobby gives props to a vilified NBA star who is diversifying his portfolio. Logan gives it to a 10-year-old who made an NFL legend happy, and Scott offers respect to EA Sports for its teaching techniques.

Excised music: "Dig a Little Deeper" by Peter, Bjorn and John.

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