Sports Saloon March 27th – Lavar Ball vs The World

On this episode of the Sports Saloon, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson address some of the most pertinent stories in Utah sports. Topics discussed include the NCAA Final Four, the Utah Jazz’s team chemistry, the LeBron vs Michael Jordan vs Lavar Ball debate, and Utah football pro day. In addition, at the end of the podcast, Damon and Bennett talk about their upcoming work with Utah Softball.

Music by B.L.B.P.

 

 

Sports Saloon March 21st – The Madness of March

In this special return after their spring break, hosts of the Sports Saloon Bennett Johnson and Damon Ngo bring their first guests into the studio, Ashton and Walker Johnson. Hailing from the Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Ashton and Walker bring their fresh perspective to the show on all things Sports. Topics discussed include March Madness, the NBA awards races, and Real Salt Lake.

Intro Music by Brooke Johnson

Outro Music by B.L.B.P.

(NOTICE: Due to an audio file corruption, the sound quality of the first half of the show is poor. We apologize for the mistake and are working to fix it for future episodes.)

Sports Saloon February 13th – Charles Oakley Rocks the Garden

For this installment of the Sports Saloon, hosts Damon Ngo and Bennett Johnson address what shook up the sports world this week. Topics covered include the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament, Utah Gymnastics, Jabari Parker’s ACL injury as well as Charles Oakely and the Knicks, and where Tony Romo will land.

Music Reprod. by Bennett Johnson

No Matter the League, Opening Day Remains the Same

Every baseball team at every level of professional and amateur competition is selling you one thing at the beginning of every season. It’s not $7 sodas, tickets, and sadly not every team is selling churro dogs yet. What you can find at every Opening Day across America being sold to the fans of every team is hope. Continue reading →

Dear Kobe . . .

It’s hard to believe this is the end.

 
I remember sitting in my living room years ago. I had been allowed to stay up late that night to watch my beloved Dallas Mavericks take on the closest incarceration of Lucas’s Evil Empire, your Los Angeles Lakers. It was a game of tremendous import. Phil Jackson had a chance at making history, I can no longer remember why.

 
You torched us. Emphatically.
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