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The Grant Napear Show – April 4, 2014

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The Grant Napear show started off today by taking calls from people who wanted to talk about the Oakland A’s, the Golden State Warriors, and the 49ers. Grant spoke about if he thinks anyone in the NBA can stop the San Antonio Spurs. The next topic of discussion was about the strength of the A.L. West, and if the A’s can repeat as winners of the A.L. West again. The first guest of todays show was Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News. Grant and Tim talked about Mark Jackson and his future with the Warriors and all the possible options the Warriors have to replace him. Also on todays show was Kings star Mitch Richmond. They talked about the state of bullying in our world today, and what we as a community can do to make changes for the positive. If you would like more info about how to stop bullying go to Mitch Richmond’s website MROCKLIFE.com. After Grant finished talking with Mitch he took more calls mostly talking about the Mark Jackson situation. Grant spoke with Brandon Lang of BrandonLang.com. They talked about the NCAA Final Four and who Mr. Lang thinks will win it all. After speaking with Brandon Lang Grant got back talking about the S.F. Giants and their game today vs. the L.A. Dodgers, and Yasiel Puig not playing because of disciplinary reasons. Grants rant today was about the LPGA and the drama surrounding the cover of the Golf Digest. Last, Jim Barnett the television analyst for the Golden State Warriors joined Grant as his last guest of the show. They talked about Stephen Curry and how fun he is to watch as a fan of the NBA, and the expectations of the Golden State Warriors in the playoffs this year. This was Grants show for 4/4/2014.

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