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It’s a Revealing Edition of ‘The Mix’!

How revealing, you ask?

Well, much as we’d like to answer that, we don’t want to reveal too much about the revelations – except to say they answer such all- important questions as:

“I had the opportunity to leave college early . . . like Charles Barkley and Michael Jordan,” Patrick Ewing (here in a pre-9/11 New York City) tells BlogTalkRadio.

“I had the opportunity to leave college early. . . like Charles Barkley and Michael Jordan,” Patrick Ewing (here in a pre-9/11 New York City) tells us.

—Did music producer Phil Spector – who was arrest- ed in 2003 for the fatal shooting of actress Lana Clarkson, only to be acquitt- ed four years later – brand- ish guns at The Ramones while he was recording End of the Century with the punk rockers in 1980?

—Why does “Snapple Lady” Wendy Kaufman “despise and detest the people” from confectionery powerhouse Cadbury?

—Who inspired NBA legend Patrick Ewing to finish all four year of his Georgetown education – rather than leave the university early to turn pro?

—At what age did formerly 500-pound actor Ron Lester lose his innocence – and to whom?

—What eyebrow-raising story about himself did Ernest Borgnine Google with intense interest this past summer?

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!


‘Bottom Line Sports Show’ Scores Interview with NBA Legend Patrick Ewing

Mention the name Patrick Ewing to any basketball fan and that fan’s eyes will light up like Times Square on New Year’s Eve.


Patrick: Courting cyberspace?

Or maybe not.

What matters is, our eyes light up – because we recall many a thrilling on-court moment during Patrick’s 15 years as a New York Knick.

Then, of course, there’s the fact that he snagged a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics as a member of the original Dream Team – only to repeat the feat at the ’96 games.

So you can imagine how thrilled we are to welcome Patrick to BlogTalkRadio.

The NBA legend, who’s currently assistant coach with the Orlando Magic, drops in on The Bottom Line Sports Show tonight at 9 p.m. ET.

He’ll of course talk about the current NBA season.  But also expect a few words from Patrick on his recent induction into the National Basketball Hall of Fame, and future career plans.

To tune in, click here.