The Oklahoma City Thunder advanced past the Houston Rockets without second leading scorer Russell Westbrook, but how much farther can the team go? Daily Oklahoman columnist Berry Tramel shares his thoughts.
The seventh-seeded Ottawa Senators scored a major upset in the first round of the NHL playoffs, topping the Montreal Canadiens in five games. Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the team’s recent success.
Up North, college baseball teams compete against more than just opposing ball clubs. They must also compete against the weather.
The Wall Street Journal’s Rachel Bachman joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the end of former Michigan basketball standout Chris Webber’s 10-year ban and a lawsuit facing the NCAA that could have serious implications.
Louisville wasn’t the only team to win an NCAA championship in Atlanta’s Philips Arena last month. For the first time in NCAA history, the Division II and III championships were played in the same location as the D-I title game. But should this be a permanent change?
In 2004, Athens hosted the Olympic Games. But it almost didn’t work out. In her book ‘My Greek Drama,’ Gianna Angelopoulos explains how she helped bring the games Greece and addresses the controversies that are still lingering today.
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the Stanley Cup playoffs, Major League Baseball’s line-drive problem, and Kobe Bryant’s latest tiff with his mom.
There was a new item on the agenda at the 2013 Berkshire Hathaway shareholders’ meeting: a 5K race. Financial guru Warren Buffett was on hand to ring the opening bell … or, fire the starter’s pistol.
Libby Hanna, President of the American Gerbil Society, discusses the New England Gerbil Show with Bill Littlefield.
Kickin’ it, OAG style.
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