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The Brad Cesmat Show on Sports360AZ.com

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Latest Episodes

Civil Unrest In America, Dealing With Emotions In Emotional Times, Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. From Minneapolis

Our nation continues to get stretched to the limit as civil unrest hits coast to coast. Brad and Eric discuss what all’s gone wrong in 2020 and what hasn’t gone right. Plus, why social media isn’t a place for all of us and our thoughts and emotions at this time. Brad was joined by Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. from Minneapolis (13:14 on podcast) who talked about George Lloyd’s horrific death in his hometown, dealing with racism since his youth and why Roger Goodell and the NFL has dropped the ball when it comes to the events of the last eight days.

38 MIN2 d ago
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Civil Unrest In America, Dealing With Emotions In Emotional Times, Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. From Minneapolis

George Floyd Fallout Continues, Seth Joyner, Russell Scott, USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale

The senseless killing of George Floyd early last week in Minnesota has trickled down throughout the US, as protests were held throughout the country this past weekend. Brad caught up with a pair of guests, Super Bowl Champion linebacker and former Arizona Cardinal Seth Joyner (9:32 on podcast), as well as Chandler High School Football Director of Leadership Russell Scott (23:15 on podcast) to share their thoughts on the state of our nation during the current unrest. Plus, USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale (33:13 on podcast) on whether the players and owners can figure out the dollars and get this already abbreviated 2020 season underway later this summer.

41 MIN3 d ago
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George Floyd Fallout Continues, Seth Joyner, Russell Scott, USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale

Bobby Hurley-Ray Anderson Squabble, SI.com Award-Winning Writer Jack McCallum, ASU Insider Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Canyon del Oro’s Adam Maldonado

ASU head basketball coach Bobby Hurley is at odds with AD Ray Anderson, the same person who hired him. Although the two apparently “made up,” Brad doesn’t expect this issue to stop lingering and believes it’s only a matter of time before Hurley leaves – especially considering the state of the arena the Sun Devils play in. SI.com NBA Writer and award-winning author Jack McCallum (11:21 on podcast) talked about “The Last Dance,” as well as his latest podcast which focuses in on his unique access to the original Dream Team. The Athletic ASU insider and good friend of the show Doug Haller (23:56 on podcast) took a deeper dive into the squabble between Hurley and Anderson, as well as what he envisions in terms of Pac-12 football being played this fall. Plus, Eric caught up with Tucson Canyon del Oro linebacker Adam Maldonado via Skype (35:18 on podcast) for our final 2020 Vision installment this spring.

45 MIN1 w ago
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Bobby Hurley-Ray Anderson Squabble, SI.com Award-Winning Writer Jack McCallum, ASU Insider Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Canyon del Oro’s Adam Maldonado

Financial Fallout From No CFB Season Could Reach $4 Billion, SunDevilSource.com Publisher Chris Karpman, What’s Next For NBA?, 2020 Vision – Paradise Valley’s Joevanni Haddad

Reports say if there is no college football in 2020, the financial losses for the schools will like reach $4 billion. Brad and Eric discuss why, financially, AD’s must figure out a plan by July or risk not only losing a season of football, but entire sports programs at their respective schools, as well. SunDevilSource.com Publisher and good friend of the show Chris Karpman checked in via Skype (8:40 on podcast) to talk about the chances of ASU playing CFB games this season, the job Bobby Hurley has done with ASU hoops, plus much more. Eric also Skpyed in Paradise Valley High wide receiver and high jumper Joevanni Haddad (25:19 on podcast) as Thursday’s 2020 Vision guest.

34 MIN2 w ago
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Financial Fallout From No CFB Season Could Reach $4 Billion, SunDevilSource.com Publisher Chris Karpman, What’s Next For NBA?, 2020 Vision – Paradise Valley’s Joevanni Haddad

Getting Closer To Live Sports?, Elite CA HS Athletes Transferring To AZ?, Dan Majerle Suing GCU, 2020 Vision – Copper Canyon’s Eric Williams

It appears we are getting closer to seeing live sporting events again. Now, the big question is will California follow suit or continue to lock down into the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Speaking of California, Brad believes Arizona will see an influx of big-time high school athletes if CA doesn’t come up with a plan to keep their prep sports calendar intact. Dan Majerle is suing GCU for wrongful termination. Plus, Eric Skypes in with Copper Canyon High standout Eric “Memphis” Williams (30:38 on podcast) for Tuesday’s 2020 Vision segment.

38 MIN2 w ago
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Getting Closer To Live Sports?, Elite CA HS Athletes Transferring To AZ?, Dan Majerle Suing GCU, 2020 Vision – Copper Canyon’s Eric Williams

Curtain Closes On “The Last Dance,” An ASU-UofA Football Home-and-Home This Fall?, ESPN’s Amin Elhassan, 2020 Vision – Higley’s Isaiah Eastman

“The Last Dance” is officially in the books and Brad and Eric both feel it went out with a bang Sunday night. Eric isn’t buying Michael Jordan ate bad pizza before the “Flu Game” against the Jazz. Could we see a home-and-home football series with ASU and UofA this fall? Brad believes it could be an option with the Pac-12 likely doing away with all non-conference games due to safety concerns. ESPN NBA Insider/”The Jump” host and former Phoenix Suns executive Amin Elhassan (11:19 on podcast) talked about “The Last Dance” as a whole, how much of it is actually believable, as well as the Suns being just days away from their 10-year no playoff anniversary. Plus, Eric catches up with Higley’s Isaiah Eastman via Skype (25:34 on podcast) for Monday’s 2020 Vision segment.

36 MIN2 w ago
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Curtain Closes On “The Last Dance,” An ASU-UofA Football Home-and-Home This Fall?, ESPN’s Amin Elhassan, 2020 Vision – Higley’s Isaiah Eastman

NFL Pumping In Crowd Noise, A New Radical Plan For The NBA?, Oregon Quarterback Tyler Shough, 2020 Vision – Desert Vista’s Parker Navarro

One thing you’ll see this season when watching NFL games is artificially pumped in crowd noise. Brad and Eric discussed – neither seem to have a problem with it and both know TV networks will do their best to show no wide stadium shots of mostly empty stands. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst shared his radical idea of squeezing the rest of the NBA season and playoff games into the calendar year. Former Hamilton star, now soon-to-be Oregon starting quarterback Tyler Shough (17:37 on podcast) Skyped in to talk about the uncertainty of the CFB season, getting more comfortable at Oregon and how little brother Brady is leaving his own legacy with the Hamilton football program. Plus, Desert Vista QB and Central Florida signee Parker Navarro Skpyed in (27:54 on podcast) as Thursday’s 2020 Vision guest.

35 MIN3 w ago
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NFL Pumping In Crowd Noise, A New Radical Plan For The NBA?, Oregon Quarterback Tyler Shough, 2020 Vision – Desert Vista’s Parker Navarro

MLB 2020 Season Proposal, ESPN MLB Pedro Gomez, CFB Rumblings, 2020 Vision – Central’s Cristoffer Carillo

Brad and Eric kick around MLB’s latest proposal from Monday for an 82-game season which would start in early July. Is this feasible? The two talk about the plusses and minuses and what needs to happen to see a 2020 season. Our ESPN MLB Insider Pedro Gomez (7:11 on podcast) Skyped in saying he only gives the 2020 season a “25-30% chance of happening” due to what many expect to be a standoff between the owners and players.Gomez believes the owners are pushing a 50-50 revenue sharing concept on the players. In turn, the players want to be paid for every game they play. Eric Skyped in Central High two-way star lineman Cristoffer Carillo (25:32 on podcast) as Tuesday’s 2020 Vision guest.

35 MIN3 w ago
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MLB 2020 Season Proposal, ESPN MLB Pedro Gomez, CFB Rumblings, 2020 Vision – Central’s Cristoffer Carillo

The MMQB Columnist Andrew Brandt, “The Last Dance” – Episodes 7 & 8, How Many Wins For The Cardinals?

Brad and Eric kick around the latest headlines from the weekend, including if we’re getting any closer to seeing live sports at the professional level. Brad feels Adam Silver and the NBA has been most diligent and cautious navigating COVID-19. The MMQB Columnist Andrew Brandt (13:18 on podcast) – a former NFL front office executive who has worked alongside David Falk who worked with Michael Jordan, as well. “The Last Dance” Episodes 7 & 8 aired Sunday night. Brad believes more and more Jordan haters are coming out of now. Plus, Eric and Brad sift through the Arizona Cardinals 2020 schedule – Brad has them going 10-6, Eric 11-5.

43 MIN3 w ago
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The MMQB Columnist Andrew Brandt, “The Last Dance” – Episodes 7 & 8, How Many Wins For The Cardinals?

Michael Jordan-Charles Barkley Feud Goes Public, Could We See More of “The Last Dance?”, The Athletic’s Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Sunrise Mountain’s Bre Ferris

The drama continues as the rift between Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley makes public airwaves. Brad and Eric both agree it’s time for MJ to get over Barkley’s criticism of him when he was running Bobcats. Barkley, as an analyst, is allowed to have an opinion of how Jordan was failing at his job as an executive. The Athletic’s ASU insider and good friend of the show Doug Haller (19:27 on podcast) Skyped in to talk Sun Devil basketball, Eno Benjamin sliding in the NFL draft, the chances of us seeing college football this fall in some capacity and much more. Plus, Eric skyped in with Sunrise Mountain High senior dancer Bre Ferris (35:56 on podcast) for Wednesday’s 2020 Vision guest.

44 MINMAY 7
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Michael Jordan-Charles Barkley Feud Goes Public, Could We See More of “The Last Dance?”, The Athletic’s Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Sunrise Mountain’s Bre Ferris
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Latest Episodes

Civil Unrest In America, Dealing With Emotions In Emotional Times, Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. From Minneapolis

Our nation continues to get stretched to the limit as civil unrest hits coast to coast. Brad and Eric discuss what all’s gone wrong in 2020 and what hasn’t gone right. Plus, why social media isn’t a place for all of us and our thoughts and emotions at this time. Brad was joined by Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. from Minneapolis (13:14 on podcast) who talked about George Lloyd’s horrific death in his hometown, dealing with racism since his youth and why Roger Goodell and the NFL has dropped the ball when it comes to the events of the last eight days.

38 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Civil Unrest In America, Dealing With Emotions In Emotional Times, Larry Fitzgerald, Sr. From Minneapolis

George Floyd Fallout Continues, Seth Joyner, Russell Scott, USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale

The senseless killing of George Floyd early last week in Minnesota has trickled down throughout the US, as protests were held throughout the country this past weekend. Brad caught up with a pair of guests, Super Bowl Champion linebacker and former Arizona Cardinal Seth Joyner (9:32 on podcast), as well as Chandler High School Football Director of Leadership Russell Scott (23:15 on podcast) to share their thoughts on the state of our nation during the current unrest. Plus, USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale (33:13 on podcast) on whether the players and owners can figure out the dollars and get this already abbreviated 2020 season underway later this summer.

41 MIN3 d ago
Comments
George Floyd Fallout Continues, Seth Joyner, Russell Scott, USA Today MLB Columnist Bob Nightengale

Bobby Hurley-Ray Anderson Squabble, SI.com Award-Winning Writer Jack McCallum, ASU Insider Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Canyon del Oro’s Adam Maldonado

ASU head basketball coach Bobby Hurley is at odds with AD Ray Anderson, the same person who hired him. Although the two apparently “made up,” Brad doesn’t expect this issue to stop lingering and believes it’s only a matter of time before Hurley leaves – especially considering the state of the arena the Sun Devils play in. SI.com NBA Writer and award-winning author Jack McCallum (11:21 on podcast) talked about “The Last Dance,” as well as his latest podcast which focuses in on his unique access to the original Dream Team. The Athletic ASU insider and good friend of the show Doug Haller (23:56 on podcast) took a deeper dive into the squabble between Hurley and Anderson, as well as what he envisions in terms of Pac-12 football being played this fall. Plus, Eric caught up with Tucson Canyon del Oro linebacker Adam Maldonado via Skype (35:18 on podcast) for our final 2020 Vision installment this spring.

45 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Bobby Hurley-Ray Anderson Squabble, SI.com Award-Winning Writer Jack McCallum, ASU Insider Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Canyon del Oro’s Adam Maldonado

Financial Fallout From No CFB Season Could Reach $4 Billion, SunDevilSource.com Publisher Chris Karpman, What’s Next For NBA?, 2020 Vision – Paradise Valley’s Joevanni Haddad

Reports say if there is no college football in 2020, the financial losses for the schools will like reach $4 billion. Brad and Eric discuss why, financially, AD’s must figure out a plan by July or risk not only losing a season of football, but entire sports programs at their respective schools, as well. SunDevilSource.com Publisher and good friend of the show Chris Karpman checked in via Skype (8:40 on podcast) to talk about the chances of ASU playing CFB games this season, the job Bobby Hurley has done with ASU hoops, plus much more. Eric also Skpyed in Paradise Valley High wide receiver and high jumper Joevanni Haddad (25:19 on podcast) as Thursday’s 2020 Vision guest.

34 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Financial Fallout From No CFB Season Could Reach $4 Billion, SunDevilSource.com Publisher Chris Karpman, What’s Next For NBA?, 2020 Vision – Paradise Valley’s Joevanni Haddad

Getting Closer To Live Sports?, Elite CA HS Athletes Transferring To AZ?, Dan Majerle Suing GCU, 2020 Vision – Copper Canyon’s Eric Williams

It appears we are getting closer to seeing live sporting events again. Now, the big question is will California follow suit or continue to lock down into the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Speaking of California, Brad believes Arizona will see an influx of big-time high school athletes if CA doesn’t come up with a plan to keep their prep sports calendar intact. Dan Majerle is suing GCU for wrongful termination. Plus, Eric Skypes in with Copper Canyon High standout Eric “Memphis” Williams (30:38 on podcast) for Tuesday’s 2020 Vision segment.

38 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Getting Closer To Live Sports?, Elite CA HS Athletes Transferring To AZ?, Dan Majerle Suing GCU, 2020 Vision – Copper Canyon’s Eric Williams

Curtain Closes On “The Last Dance,” An ASU-UofA Football Home-and-Home This Fall?, ESPN’s Amin Elhassan, 2020 Vision – Higley’s Isaiah Eastman

“The Last Dance” is officially in the books and Brad and Eric both feel it went out with a bang Sunday night. Eric isn’t buying Michael Jordan ate bad pizza before the “Flu Game” against the Jazz. Could we see a home-and-home football series with ASU and UofA this fall? Brad believes it could be an option with the Pac-12 likely doing away with all non-conference games due to safety concerns. ESPN NBA Insider/”The Jump” host and former Phoenix Suns executive Amin Elhassan (11:19 on podcast) talked about “The Last Dance” as a whole, how much of it is actually believable, as well as the Suns being just days away from their 10-year no playoff anniversary. Plus, Eric catches up with Higley’s Isaiah Eastman via Skype (25:34 on podcast) for Monday’s 2020 Vision segment.

36 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Curtain Closes On “The Last Dance,” An ASU-UofA Football Home-and-Home This Fall?, ESPN’s Amin Elhassan, 2020 Vision – Higley’s Isaiah Eastman

NFL Pumping In Crowd Noise, A New Radical Plan For The NBA?, Oregon Quarterback Tyler Shough, 2020 Vision – Desert Vista’s Parker Navarro

One thing you’ll see this season when watching NFL games is artificially pumped in crowd noise. Brad and Eric discussed – neither seem to have a problem with it and both know TV networks will do their best to show no wide stadium shots of mostly empty stands. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst shared his radical idea of squeezing the rest of the NBA season and playoff games into the calendar year. Former Hamilton star, now soon-to-be Oregon starting quarterback Tyler Shough (17:37 on podcast) Skyped in to talk about the uncertainty of the CFB season, getting more comfortable at Oregon and how little brother Brady is leaving his own legacy with the Hamilton football program. Plus, Desert Vista QB and Central Florida signee Parker Navarro Skpyed in (27:54 on podcast) as Thursday’s 2020 Vision guest.

35 MIN3 w ago
Comments
NFL Pumping In Crowd Noise, A New Radical Plan For The NBA?, Oregon Quarterback Tyler Shough, 2020 Vision – Desert Vista’s Parker Navarro

MLB 2020 Season Proposal, ESPN MLB Pedro Gomez, CFB Rumblings, 2020 Vision – Central’s Cristoffer Carillo

Brad and Eric kick around MLB’s latest proposal from Monday for an 82-game season which would start in early July. Is this feasible? The two talk about the plusses and minuses and what needs to happen to see a 2020 season. Our ESPN MLB Insider Pedro Gomez (7:11 on podcast) Skyped in saying he only gives the 2020 season a “25-30% chance of happening” due to what many expect to be a standoff between the owners and players.Gomez believes the owners are pushing a 50-50 revenue sharing concept on the players. In turn, the players want to be paid for every game they play. Eric Skyped in Central High two-way star lineman Cristoffer Carillo (25:32 on podcast) as Tuesday’s 2020 Vision guest.

35 MIN3 w ago
Comments
MLB 2020 Season Proposal, ESPN MLB Pedro Gomez, CFB Rumblings, 2020 Vision – Central’s Cristoffer Carillo

The MMQB Columnist Andrew Brandt, “The Last Dance” – Episodes 7 & 8, How Many Wins For The Cardinals?

Brad and Eric kick around the latest headlines from the weekend, including if we’re getting any closer to seeing live sports at the professional level. Brad feels Adam Silver and the NBA has been most diligent and cautious navigating COVID-19. The MMQB Columnist Andrew Brandt (13:18 on podcast) – a former NFL front office executive who has worked alongside David Falk who worked with Michael Jordan, as well. “The Last Dance” Episodes 7 & 8 aired Sunday night. Brad believes more and more Jordan haters are coming out of now. Plus, Eric and Brad sift through the Arizona Cardinals 2020 schedule – Brad has them going 10-6, Eric 11-5.

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The MMQB Columnist Andrew Brandt, “The Last Dance” – Episodes 7 & 8, How Many Wins For The Cardinals?

Michael Jordan-Charles Barkley Feud Goes Public, Could We See More of “The Last Dance?”, The Athletic’s Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Sunrise Mountain’s Bre Ferris

The drama continues as the rift between Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley makes public airwaves. Brad and Eric both agree it’s time for MJ to get over Barkley’s criticism of him when he was running Bobcats. Barkley, as an analyst, is allowed to have an opinion of how Jordan was failing at his job as an executive. The Athletic’s ASU insider and good friend of the show Doug Haller (19:27 on podcast) Skyped in to talk Sun Devil basketball, Eno Benjamin sliding in the NFL draft, the chances of us seeing college football this fall in some capacity and much more. Plus, Eric skyped in with Sunrise Mountain High senior dancer Bre Ferris (35:56 on podcast) for Wednesday’s 2020 Vision guest.

44 MINMAY 7
Comments
Michael Jordan-Charles Barkley Feud Goes Public, Could We See More of “The Last Dance?”, The Athletic’s Doug Haller, 2020 Vision – Sunrise Mountain’s Bre Ferris
the END
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