The Grant Napear Show - May 4, 2016Grant starts the show after the A's game today and was joined by his longtime friend Chris "Mad Dog" Russo from the MLB Network to talk about the baseball season, the NBA Playoffs, and growing up in New York. Grant then had on Scott Howard-Cooper to talk about the NBA Playoffs and the Kings Head Coach search. Grant then took calls on what fans who they wanted for the Kings next head coach. Grant ended the show with an interview with Sharks Analyst Bret Hedican to talk about the Sharks 2-1 lead over the Predators in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Grant Napear Show - May 3, 2016Grant started the show talking about the lack of calls at the end of the Oklahoma City Thunder San Antonio Spurs game last night. Grant had on Kurt Helin of probasketballtalk.com to talk about the OKC-SA game and the controversy with the non calls at the end of the game. Grant's next guest was Jim Barnett, TV analyst of the Golden State Warriors, to talk about the Warriors playoff run and the health of Steph Curry. Next up on the show was Ken Korach who talk about the A's season so far. Grant finished the show by taking calls about the Kings search for a new head coach.
Golden State Warriors' Steph Curry Rehabbing Knee Several Times A Day"Everybody heals differently, whether it's before two weeks, after two weeks, right at two weeks, the plan is to stay the same."
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Will Warriors Give Up On 73?Breaking the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' record of 72-10 seemed like a sure thing for the Warriors just a week ago, but things have changed after the team has lost two of its last three games.
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