Stroman on sports
Debby and Aaron talk about the future of UNC women’s basketball, with new head coach Courtney Banghart coming to town.
The NBA playoffs are ongoing, and of course there’s controversy – this time, it’s about refereeing, specifically in the Rockets-Warriors series.
Debby and Aaron reflect on Tiger Woods’ Masters victory: what it means for the business of golf, and where it falls in the history of American sports.
Debby’s back from Minneapolis, where the Virginia Cavaliers won their first NCAA title. What did we learn from this year’s March Madness?
Debby’s Virginia Cavaliers and Aaron’s Michigan State Spartans are both headed to the Final Four – but Debby says Texas Tech might be the sleeper favorite.
Debby and Aaron chat about the upcoming Sweet 16 – and Tim Hardaway’s recent assertion that he’s not in the NBA Hall of Fame because of homophobic comments he made in 2007.
Debby and Aaron compare their brackets. Also, we discuss upcoming events Debby’s involved in organizing – like the Basketball Analytics Summit and Orange County’s Community Read.
All the media attention on big-time college athletes: is it too much to handle? (And if not, what can be done about it?)
Talking about Carolina-Duke: the rivalry’s history, what we expect in tonight’s matchup, and the overall impact of the rivalry on our community and the world of college basketball.
On Black History Month, its heavy focus on sports – and what we can do to recognize more black pioneers, both in the sports world and beyond.