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Episode No. 69: Andrew Nicholson, Sacramento Kings Director of New Media

LISTEN HERE: If you are checking this out via iPad or other device and cannot see the audio player, click here to listen — or just go ahead and subscribe. You know you want to. Andrew Nicholson is Director of New Media for the Sacramento Kings. What does that mean? It means that — with … Continue reading

Episode No. 63: Rick Limpert, Sports Technology Expert

LISTEN HERE: If you are checking this out via iPad or other device and cannot see the audio player, click here to listen — or just go ahead and subscribe. You know you want to. Rick Limpert was in the corporate sector and consulting world for a while, but he gradually shifted over to covering … Continue reading

Episode No. 50: David Geier, Orthopedic Surgeon

LISTEN HERE: If you are checking this out via iPad or other device and cannot see the audio player, click here to listen — or just go ahead and subscribe. You know you want to. Dr. David Geier is an orthopedic surgeon and director of the sports medicine program at the Medical University of South … Continue reading

Episode No. 48: Jonathan Cole, Ballpark Architect

LISTEN HERE: If you are checking this out via iPad or other device and cannot see the audio player, click here to listen — or just go ahead and subscribe. You know you want to. Jonathan Cole is a founding principal of Pendulum Studio in Kansas City. They’re architects, but as you learn in this … Continue reading

Episode No. 47: Karthik and Phil discuss the NBA

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Episode No. 46: Matt Norlander, CBSSports.Com

LISTEN HERE: If you are checking this out via iPad or other device and cannot see the audio player, click here to listen — or just go ahead and subscribe. You know you want to. Matt Norlander is a jack-of-all-trades for CBSSports.com; in this context, by “jack-of-all-trades,” I mean he can write, edit, blog, and … Continue reading

Episode No. 44: Brian McTaggart, MLB.com Astros Beat Writer

LISTEN HERE: If you are checking this out via iPad or other device and cannot see the audio player, click here to listen — or just go ahead and subscribe. You know you want to. Brian McTaggart is the beat writer for the Houston Astros at MLB.com. He started covering the Astros back in ’04 … Continue reading

Episode No. 29: Stefan LeFors, HS Football Coach/Former Louisville QB

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Episode No. 23: Sekou Smith, NBA.Com Hang Time Blog

LISTEN HERE: Sekou Smith is one of the masterful minds behind the Hang Time Blog over at NBA.com. I caught up with him a few weeks ago, and we discussed all manner of hoops topics: the life of a beat writer (Smith covered the Pacers and the Hawks before working at NBA.com), the world of … Continue reading

Episode No. 17: Leigh Steinberg, Sports Agent

I initially reached out to Leigh Steinberg for an interview because we have a poignant shared connection: last summer, after years of screwing my own stuff up via drinking too much, I also gave it up after battling against it for a long time. So did he, and he struggled with the process too. Now, … Continue reading

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This is a blog and podcast series about the work we all do: the highs, the lows, the effectiveness, the intrigue, the models, the double speak, and the passion. The point is to have discussions with people in those fields about their life and experiences. And hey, sometimes the stories might be funny, too. In the spring of 2013, the new posts started to fade, but you can find them all on iTunes.

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