If you’ve ever read my bio below all my columns, you know that I host two radio shows a week. I’ve been doing talk shows since I was 15 years old. However, I’ve never been on TV. That was… until yesterday.
Thanks so much to Deniz Kofteci and the good people at speakingchannel.tv for inviting prosportsblogging.com to be on the sports blogging discussion panel. Being just a hop, skip, and a jump (or a 55 minute train ride) from the studios in NYC, yours truly got the call to rep the site. Here’s my segment (Im the one in the suit)
I spent most of the segment wondering where to put my hands. If you’ve ever seen the Everybody Loves Raymond episode where he goes on TV for the first time , you have an idea of how I felt.
It was a lot of fun, but I think I still prefer radio. Mainly because I can roll out of bed at 10:30am, throw on my Bruce Springsteen t – shirt, and hit the air at 11am. I do this every Saturday here, if your so inclined to hear me speak (I’m also on 9pm-12am tonight and every Wednesday).
Yes. That was the exact same opening paragraph from my Notre Dame links column today. What can I say, I’m not that creative.
Here are some links from training camp, day 4:
Don’t stop reading because of the next thing I’m about to say…I actually believe Eddy. I do this, not because he’s proven to be the most trustworthey of characters, but I don’t understand what Eddy would have to gain from it. Ok, maybe the idea that Lebron goes somewhere else and Curry has a good year and goes toward LBJ next season could be floated, but do we really think this kind of 007 conieving crossed Eddy Curry’s mind? Curry doesn’t really care about his basketball present. How can he care about his future?
Also, I think it’s clear that Lebron to Miami was a foregone conclusion months before July 1st, maybe even longer. And, I know LBJ is awsome, but I don’t know if I want a guy on my team to take anything Eddy Curry says to heart.
Put this on the short list of thing to believe Eddy Curry about.
Enjoy the rest Wednesday.
About the Author
Written by Jordan Lauterbach
Jordan Lauterbach began his career in sports media when he was just 15 years old at WKWZ - Syosset. He hosted a sports talk show for nearly four years before moving on to WCWP - Brookville in 2006. Lauterbach currently hosts a sports talk show every Wednesday night from 9pm - midnight (eastern) and a College Football talk show on Saturday mornings from 11am - 12:30 (eastern) (can be heard online at wcwpsports.com and on Long Island on 88.1fm). Follow me on twiiter: jlauterbach1