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Bobcat Radio April 21, 2014
Hosts: Zachary Covey, Ryan Marcus, & Emily Liberto
Producer: Skye Wallace
Editor: Stacie Herring

Segment 1: Name/Team Drop

  • Carlos Gomez: Milwaukee Brewers outfielder
  • LaMarcus Aldridge: Portland Trail Blazers Power Forward/Center
  • Tim Duncan: San Antonio Spurs Power Foward/Center

    Photo Credit: www.sports-king.com
    Photo Credit: http://www.sports-king.com

Segment 2: Texas State Talk
Texas State Baseball:

  • The Bobcat Baseball team swept the Georgia State Panthers this past weekend at home in a 3-game series
  • Next up, Baylor on Tuesday

Texas State Softball:

  • After dropping games 1 and 2 in a 3-game series this past weekend against the Western Kentucky Hill Toppers, the Bobcats won game 3 to avoid the sweep
  • Next up, Texas on Wednesday

    Photo Credit: www.m.dailysentinel.com
    Photo Credit: http://www.m.dailysentinel.com

Segment 3: Professional Sports
MLB:

  • The Texas Rangers lost this past Sunday to the Chicago White Sox 16-2 and gave up 18 hits.

NBA Playoffs:

  • The Brooklyn Nets defeated the Toronto Raptors in game 1 this past Saturday 94-87
  • The Atlanta Hawks upset the #1-seeded Indiana Pacers 101-93 on Saturday
  • The Washington Wizards beat the Chicago Bulls 102-93 on the road
  • The Miami Heat beat the Charlette Bobcats in game 1 in Miami 99-88
  • The Golden State Warriors defeated the L.A. Clippers 109-105.

    Photo Credit: www.espn.go.com
    Photo Credit: http://www.espn.go.com

Segment 4: Final Rant
NBA Playoffs:

  • The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Memphis Grizzlies in game 100-86;
  • The San Antonio Spurs beat the Dallas Mavericks at home 90-85
  • The Trail Blazers won game 1 on the road against the Houston Rockets 122-120.

NFL:

  • Johnny Manziel worked out with the Cleveland Browns this past weekend in College Station, TX.
  • The 49ers’ patience is wearing thin with Aldon Smith after several incidents over the past year

This Day in Sports History:

  • 1898- Phillies pitcher Bill Duggleby hit a grand slam on his 1st at bat
  • 1951- The Rochester Royals beat NY Knicks, 4 games to 3; winning the 1951 NBA Championship
  • 1975- Liane Winter wins world record female Boston Marathon (2:42:24)
  • 1989- George W. Bush and Edward W Rose became CEOs of Texas Rangers
  • 1996- Chicago Bulls win NBA record 72 games

    Photo Credit: www.bleacherreport.com
    Photo Credit: http://www.bleacherreport.com

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