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The Bottom Line on ‘The Bottom Line’? The Most Memorable Damn Sports Talk Period

For anyone who has yet to sample The Bottom Line Sports Show, here’s an anecdote that’s indicative of just how entertainingand unexpectedit can be: Five months ago, while retired NBA great Penny Hardaway was on announcing his intention to try and rejoin the Miami Heat to play side by side with newly-signed superstar LeBron James, Larry Fitzgerald dropped in to join the conversation. But before he got talking football, the NFL superstar revealed why he was calling from a friend’s cell. “My phone fell in the lake today,” he told host Gerald Brown. “My home boy pushed me in the water with my shorts on and my phone was in my pocket!” On that note, we now take you live to Teaneck, N.J., where Gerald (an athletic director at the Boys Club of New York by day) and his co-hostsJonathan Foy, Donahue Baker and Howard Cowartbroadcast from their proudly proclaimed “Mancave”…soundbits-wordpress11Give us a 15-second pitch for your showwhy should listeners tune in?

Many of the tops stars from the world of sports and entertainment regularly appear as guests. Plus, the show is executive produced by former NBA stars Charles Oakley and Penny Hardawaywho are never shy about voicing their opinions. And for our female listeners we’ve got actress Cherie Johnson of Punky Brewster and Family Matters fame, who does a regular segment called “What’s Cherie’s Commentary?” In short, The Bottom Line Sports Show is a heaping portion of sports talk with a double shot of humor.

CAPTION: "The Bottom Line" team (l-r): Donahue Baker, Howard Cowart, NFL great Keyshawn Johnson and Gerald Brown.

"The Bottom Line" team (l-r): Donahue Baker, Howard Cowart, NFL great Keyshawn Johnson and Gerald Brown at Super Bowl XLIV.

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