Scherzer, Posey, McCutchen Commit To Play For US At WBCThat's a star-studded start to the roster as the U.S. seeks to put more value in the tournament that it hasn't yet won.
10 Must Watch Olympic Events This Week (8/15)The second week of the Rio Olympics is upon us. Here's 10 events to keep an eye on this week.
Finally Released ; The Down Lo 8/11The NBA schedule was officially released and the fellas dive into all the great games you should look forward to, plus when the Kings will play their first game in The Golden 1 center. All that and more on the Lo Down, heard only on Sports 1140 KHTK! Daily 12-3 PM
Carmichael Dave is Old; The Drive - 8/11/16Dave, Kayte, and Nate have a jam packed show for you featuring 4 Down Territory and the Sacramento Kings regular season schedule.
Brittney Griner Wants To Go One-On-One Against DeMarcus CousinsBrittney Griner could easily be on her way to a gold medal. After that, who else is there to oppose the WNBA All-Star? DeMarcus Cousins.
Short but Sweet; The Grant Napear Show 8/4In the first and only hour of the show Grant spoke about Russell Westbrook extending his deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, plus a bit of preview on how he see's Team USA fairing in their opening game vs China. That plus more on the Grant Napear show, heard daily 3-7 PM only on KHTK Sports 1140.
The Olympic experience; Grant Napear Show 8/3The Olympics are a few days away and Grant is hot under the collar about Team USA basketball staying on a cruise ship in Rio, instead of in a hotel or in the athletic village, plus the continuation of the NFL season preview. All that and more on the Grant Napear Show, heard only on Sports 1140 KHTK! Daily 3-7 PM
Durant Leads US To Second Exhibition Rout, 106-57 Over ChinaKevin Durant scored 19 points, Klay Thompson added 17 and the Americans rolled to a second straight blowout exhibition victory, 106-57 over China on Sunday night.
Cousins Day-To-Day After Injuring Knee
Cousins Hurts Knee At Team USA Practice
DeMarcus Cousins Among US Men's Basketball 16 Roster FinalistsThe U.S. men's national team trimmed its roster to 16 players Tuesday by cutting Washington's John Wall and Bradley Beal, and Atlanta's Paul Millsap.
The Grant Napear Show - August 4, 2014