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Dr. David J. Leonard is associate professor in the Dept. of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies at Washington State University, Pullman. With a B.A. in Black studies from UC, Santa Barbara, and a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, he has dedicated his career to interdisciplinary scholarship, transformative teaching, and research that underscores the continued significance of race within popular culture, politics, and society.
He is author of After Artest: The NBA and the Assault on Blackness, co-editor of Criminalized and Commodified: New Racism and African Americans in Contemporary Sports & contributor to NewBlackMan, layupline, Feminist Wire & Urban Cusp. He blogs at drdavidjleonard.com Twitter @drdavidjleonard.
Join us as we break down the progress of each first round NBA Playoffs series and tell you why they are going the way they are. We'll also compare actual NBA award winners (the ones named thus far) against who we picked to win each award. And as usual, we'll take a trip all around the world of sports and give you our thoughts on the most interesting stories of the week.
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A sports show hosted by...WOMEN (gasp)!!! Join Chelle, her rotating cast of HoopGirlz Radio co-hosts, and Super-Producer/male side-kick, Jules, who talk anything and everything basketball. HoopGirlz Radio is the place to get the recap of games, sports entertainment news/gossip, and special guests. This is a FUN entertaining show that discusses b-ball "bizzness" from a fan's perspective, OUR way. You'll definitely want to tune in each week to HoopGirlz Radio!
POPSspot Sports Radio welcomes Dr. Charlene Teters, (Spokane) as this week's special guest. Known for her activism and art, She is presently a professor at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. As a founding Board Member of the National Coalition on Racism in Sports and the Media, her activist-career began with a vigorous dispute with the University of Illinois over their use of a stereotyped image of an American Indian for the school’s sports mascot. She picketed sports events and launched a national debate about the appropriateness of this practice by sports and media. This history of Teters’ work is the subject of a nationally aired award winning documentary “In Whose Honor?” by Jay Rosenstein.
This week we're joined by Aaron Nielsen, RNO's statistics and analytics expert to discuss the CAF (African) and AFC (Asian) regions. In Segment 1 "The First Round", we take a group-by-gorup approach to the African nations, looking at their key players, weaknesses they may have and take a particularly close look at the success of two nations that have chosen to go away from the foreign coaches that most teams follow in the modern game. We wrap up the show with Segment 2 " Last Call" going over the Asian region, looking at the German, Dutch and EPL influence on some of the teams, the coaching situation and how key players will impact their success.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we're hitting the NFL Draft hard: We'll break down every player linked to the Philadelphia Eagles in the first two rounds and tell you who we think Chip Kelly and Co. will select on draft day.
Later in the show, we'll look back at the 76ers' season and look ahead to the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery. Do the Sixers have a legit shot at the top pick? Is Andrew Wiggins the consensus No. 1 selection? We'll answer all of those questions and more.
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