The voice of basketball, Marv Albert, joined Grant for the entirety of the show’s seventh segment. The two discussed the Kings’ surprising start, Marv calling the buzz surrounding the team and the hype regarding their […]
Grant kicked off the day’s installment of the show by discussing tonight’s Thursday Night Football game in Oakland between the Raiders and Chiefs, a game that Grant believes could be the the Raiders’ first win […]
Today on the Grant Napear Show, the main topic was TNT’s blunder during their national broadcast of Thursday night’s Kings game where TNT’s broadcast team gave misinformation regarding the Kings’ arena and chances of staying […]
On last night’s TNT broadcast of the Kings game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the TNT team incorrectly reported that the Sacramento City Council had voted down a deal that would build a new sports […]
NBA analyst Bill Walton drops by the show and eloquently (as always) describes the state of the league and breaks down how the Kings can beat the Thunder. Bill also makes the time to squeeze […]
NBA on TNT play-by-play voice Kevin Harlan is in town to call the Kings’ only national television appearance this season and takes the time to reflect on how much he enjoys the atmosphere at Power […]
The Kings’ national television matchup against the Oklahoma City Thunder ruled the afternoon. As part of a TNT doubleheader, Thursday night’s contest tipped off thirty minutes later than usual. As a result, Grant was allowed […]
Kevin Harlan, who will be calling the Kings game tomorrow night for TNT, gives his take on the Super Bowl, and tells us if he saw any celebrities in Indy. Kevin also tells us about […]
Grant had an action-packed Friday show lined up, full of interviews with Dallas Braden, Jerry Reynolds, Jon Barry, and Ralph Sheheen. The show opened with more talk about LeBron James and his lack of crunch-time […]
TNT NASCAR Pit Reporter (and Sacramento’s own) Ralph Sheheen talks about the Sprint Cup Series, this weekend’s race at Pocono, and the upcoming NASCAR event at Infineon Raceway.
Former Sacramento King Chris Webber says he’s trying to keep the Kings in Sacramento.