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Mariotti Show Replay: Wednesday, April 9th

Missed part of the show? Heres a rewind of the program on April 9, 2014MLB_Fan_2014

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

Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: April 9, 2014:

NBA OR KENTUCKY FOR CALIPARI?

-- At career crossroads, age 55, health waning

-- Keep teaching, deal with criticism?

-- Or try to fix NBA hole in resume?

-- Nothing more to achieve in college

-- Cleveland would make sense, not Lakers

-- Apply kid lessons to Irving, teammates

-- Fired by Nets, players tuned him out

-- In new NBA, coaches are lower-key

-- Calipari never will be low-key

ANOTHER ATHLETE COMES OUT

-- Derrick Gordon, UMass

-- First openly gay Division I basketball player

-- Collins, Sam made easier for others

-- Someday, coming out will be a footnote

INTERVIEW, STAN VAN GUNDY

-- NBC Sports analyst weighs Calipari issue

-- Says doing great job of teaching in college

-- Thinks Nets may be East team to beat

-- Jason Kidd went to small ball, brilliant

-- May be too late for Pacers' turnaround

-- Durant's 25-point streak under appreciated

-- Kevin Ollie can have NBA future

-- Defends brother in Howard Stern flap

NETS BETTER THAN HEAT?

-- Swept season series, won in Miami

-- Plumlee blocks LBJ and gets call?

-- Pierce, Garnett will be jacked in playoffs

-- Right now, would play Miami in Round 2

-- How is LeBron's stamina and health?

 

 

Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: April 8, 2014:

A MASTERS WITHOUT TIGER WOODS

-- Back to merely golf without him

-- Everyone suffers: CBS, ticket market

-- Tiger was an indusry onto himself

-- Need big stiff from Phil, McIlroy, Adam Scott

-- If no names Sunday, ratings will fall

-- Nicklaus says Woods still will pass 18

-- Jack can't be serious

PHIL MICKELSON HAS A CHANCE

-- Says he misses Woods, but sees a big opp

-- This would be fourth green jacket

-- Would join Woods, Palmer, Nicklaus

-- Remember 10 years ago, his first?

-- At 43, can keep competing for titles

-- Odd because Woods was fitness guy

-- Phil not breaking down while Tiger is

AUGUSTA NATIONAL FINALLY CHANGING

-- Settling in with two women members

-- Teenaged girls competed in event Sunday

-- Good old boys finally in 21st century, sort of

ADAM JONES: TASER FANS ON FIELD

-- Can't blame athletes for freaking out

-- Lot of kooks out there, could have knives

-- Remember father-son duo in Chicago?

-- How does Yankee Stadium security lapse?

-- Jones wants to kick them with spikes

STORRS, COLLEGE BASKETBALL MECCA

-- UConn men, women champions at once

-- Auriemma is a coaching treasure

-- Nine women's, four men's titles in this era

-- Women's basketball won't grow as result

 

 

Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: April 9, 2014:

NBA OR KENTUCKY FOR CALIPARI?

-- At career crossroads, age 55, health waning

-- Keep teaching, deal with criticism?

-- Or try to fix NBA hole in resume?

-- Nothing more to achieve in college

-- Cleveland would make sense, not Lakers

-- Apply kid lessons to Irving, teammates

-- Fired by Nets, players tuned him out

-- In new NBA, coaches are lower-key

-- Calipari never will be low-key

ANOTHER ATHLETE COMES OUT

-- Derrick Gordon, UMass

-- First openly gay Division I basketball player

-- Collins, Sam made easier for others

-- Someday, coming out will be a footnote

INTERVIEW, STAN VAN GUNDY

-- NBC Sports analyst weighs Calipari issue

-- Says doing great job of teaching in college

-- Thinks Nets may be East team to beat

-- Jason Kidd went to small ball, brilliant

-- May be too late for Pacers' turnaround

-- Durant's 25-point streak under appreciated

-- Kevin Ollie can have NBA future

-- Defends brother in Howard Stern flap

NETS BETTER THAN HEAT?

-- Swept season series, won in Miami

-- Plumlee blocks LBJ and gets call?

-- Pierce, Garnett will be jacked in playoffs

-- Right now, would play Miami in Round 2

-- How is LeBron's stamina and health?

 

 

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