The action is underway at Augusta National, and the early rounds have produced a star-studded leader board. Bill will get the latest on the Masters Tournament from New York Times reporter Bill Pennington and Golf Magazine Senior Writer Cameron Morfit. He might even find time to mention that Tiger Woods fellow while he’s at it.
The UConn women’s basketball team defeated Stanford earlier this week to complete its second straight undefeated championship season. The Huskies have certainly had an impressive run over the years, but does it compare to the UCLA men’s teams of the 60s and 70s, who strung together as many as 88 wins in a row? Bill has the story.
The NHL’s regular season ends on Sunday, which means the Stanley Cup Playoffs are in sight. Bill talks with Helene Elliott of the L.A. Times about a postseason packed with storylines including the Sharks efforts to stay afloat, the Capitals chances at winning the Cup, and the team with best home ice advantage.
Wednesday will mark the 25th anniversary of the Kansas City Kings‘ move to Sacramento. To celebrate the occasion, Only A Game’s Greg Echlin caught up with some former Kings who still live in Kansas City and remember the days of basketball in Missouri.
The NBA’s 2010 Hall of Fame class was stacked with superstars, including Karl Malone, Scotty Pippen, and the famed 1992 Dream Team. However, many fans are celebrating the induction of Dennis Johnson, a three-time Finals champion who passed away in 2007. Bill shares his thoughts on the life and legacy of DJ.
Bill opens the Only A Game virtual mailbag to read some of our listeners’ comments.
Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce are set to cover another week in sports, as they’ll discuss Tiger’s new commercial, college hockey’s Frozen Four, and an umpire’s criticism of the Yankees and Red Sox.
Josh Wilker has always been an avid collector of baseball cards, but in his new book, Cardboard Gods: An All American Tale Told Through Baseball Cards, he takes his passion to a new level. Bill talks with the author about the book and the cards that define his life.