Found June 05, 2013 on SILVERMAN: On Sports:
Tonight we got ready for Game 7 between the Heat and Pacers. Thanks to Tommy Shoegler of Indiana’s New Center for joining me to talk about the first six games and to break down the decisive game. We also took a step back to discuss the controversial last game in Indiana, Roy Hibbert’s dumb comments as well as the NBA’s suspension of Chris Andersen and the refs questionable calls. Bruce Udolf, SILVERMAN: On Sports’ legal analyst joined me to discuss the lawsuit filed against the NCAA on behalf of the Paternos and the Penn State faithful. It was an insightful talk about the law and the reach of the NCAA. We also spent some time discussing today’s Supreme Court ruling on DNA samples. Who said sports shows can’t be smart? This one is! Speaking of smart, our favorite game show segment was back. Adam Cristo called in from the American Airlines Arena in Miami to play Smart or Stupid. If you haven’t heard this special segment of the show, listen up. If you have, then you know it is a must hear. Among other topics discussed, I go off on the 2013 and 1962 Mets and soccer to Miami? Thanks David Beckham! Enjoy!
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