Mariotti Show Replay: Thursday, Feb. 6th

Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on February 6, 2014.

The Mariotti Show streams live M-F noon to 3 ET.

Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 6, 2014:
ANXIETY IN SOCHI
– Why did the IOC put the Olympics here?
– Terrorism threats are real
– Slaughtering of stray dogs is real
– Disorganization is real
– Unfinished construction, brown water are real
– Anti-gay issues are real

NBC COVERAGE
– Will network that has paid $775 m cover hard news?
– Americans deserve to see more than Olympic cheerleading
– Olympic bedfellow better not soften reality
– Costas can be a powerful social commentator
– Olympic coverage finest with Arledge and McKay, Munich

COMPETITION
– Shaun White smart to pull out, focus on halfpipe
– Bode Miller could win downhill Sunday
– Events started already, NBC needs Thursday night stuff

 

Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 6, 2014:
LEBRON JAMES
– Dominates in thrilling win over Clippers
– ESPN story about him going to Clippers
– Lakers still make much more sense
– Clear he’s dropping hints about leaving
– Love to see Clippers-Heat FInals, won’t happen
– Clippers not quite ready, but Rivers making progress

CAVALIERS FIRE GM
– No way LeBron going back to Cleveland
– Franchise in disarray
– Bennett a flop, Waiters poisonous, Irving not happy
– Mike Brown wrong hire, again

SEAHAWKS PARADE
– Seattle is envy of NFL
– Relationship between team and fans unparalleled
– Carroll didn’t do Macklemore rap
– Wilson tweaked about being third-rounder

NFL STORIES

 

Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: February 6, 2014

SOCHI UPDATE
– Billionaire saves some stray dogs
– USA Today reports in-room surveillance
– China snooped on U.S. media in 2008
– Bode Miller, primed at 36

PUTIN’S GAMES
– Laughingstock or dangerous man?
– Venues are beautiful, but so much else ugly
– Sochi is subtropical, with palm trees

STERN TO SILVER
– Stern was S.O.B, but great commissioner
– Most transformative of American sports leaders
– Turned basketball into mass entertainment
– Melded sport with TV networks, Madison Avenue

 

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