The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 9

 

Guest: Madeline Kenney

In a special edition of The All Day SJ Show, Madeline Kenney of the Chicago Sun-Times stops by.

Kenney, a graduate of Loyola Chicago, covered the team during their Cinderella run to the Final Four. Madeline and I discuss the impact of the team’s run and just how magical it was. We also discuss international celebrity, Sister Jean…

You don’t want to miss this!

The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 8

 

Guest: See Red Fred

On this edition of The All Day SJ Show, we have a very special guest.

See Red Fred, a die-hard Chicago Bulls fan, is heard regularly on “Waddle & Silvy” on ESPN AM 1000. He also is a contributor to Chicago Bullseye. Myself and Fred discuss various topics, including:

  • Year One of the Bulls current rebuild
  • What the future holds for Chicago’s pro basketball team
  • The development of Lauri Markkanen
  • Predictions for the upcoming NBA Playoffs

A great listen. Tune in for an awesome conversation between two die-hard Chicago Bulls and NBA fans. Season 2 is soon coming to a close!

The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 7

 

Guest: Ashish Mathur

On this edition of The All Day SJ Show, Ashish Mathur — a writer for AmicoHoops.Net, joins me to discuss the upcoming NBA playoffs.

Among the topics discussed are:

A spirited discussion between two students of the game and journalism. Great listen.

The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 6

 

Guest: Ed Johnson

On this edition of The All Day SJ Show, we go back to what we established in the first season. I always wanted to use my platform to give everyone a voice, and that is why I include fans on my show.

Ed Johnson is someone who I converse with on Twitter about sports and other topics. He is very knowledgeable of pro sports, and does not hold back with his opinions. On this episode, we talk about the upcoming NBA playoffs, the future of the Cubs and White Sox and Wrestlemania 34.

It’s a great listen… check it out.

The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 5

 

Guest: Patrick Giblin.

WE ARE BACK!!

After a month’s hiatus, The All Day SJ Show returns. Joining me for Episode 5 of Season 2 is NBC Sports Chicago’s Patrick Giblin. Giblin serves as NBC Sports Chicago’s Blackhawks Pre and Postgame Producer. He is also an Associate Producer and Editor for the station.

Giblin, a self-described proud nerd in all things sports and Star Wars, joins the show to talk about the Blackhawks and their disappointing season, and where they go from here. We also talk about the Game of Thrones phenomenon, and what to expect for the final season in 2019. We also talk the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the upcoming Avengers movie.

The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 4


 

Guest: Adam Abdalla

In today’s episode of The All Day SJ Show, ESPN Chicago (AM 1000) Host and Producer, Adam Abdalla, co-hosts.

We talk all things Chicago Sports and Hip-Hop. That includes the Bulls, Blackhawks, Cubs and White Sox — and the expectations for the teams both now, and in the future.

  • Who is closer to a championship between the Bulls and Blackhawks?
  • Expectations for the Cubs and White Sox in 2018?
  • Who is the best rapper alive today?

All that and more on The All Day SJ Show.

The All Day SJ Show – Season 2, Episode 3

 

Guest: Pat Boyle

As Season 2 of The All Day SJ Show continues, we take a look at the decline of the Chicago Blackhawks this season.

Co-hosting the show with me today is NBC Sports Chicago’s Blackhawks Pre & Postgame Host: Pat Boyle. Boyle also hosts Pro Football Weekly in addition to his co-hosting duties with ESPN 1000 right here in Chicago.

We discuss the Blackhawks this season, and what the fallout might be when it is all said and done. We discuss the core of the team (Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook and Corey Crawford).

We also discuss the other tenant in the United Center, the Chicago Bulls and what Pat expects for the city’s pro basketball team. Last, but not least, which team in Chicago is the closest to a championship?

All that and more on The All Day SJ Show.