Underway

Amiri is joined by LA Times NBA writer Eric Pincus, who offers his opinions on the Clippers' Game 1 loss, whether or not the Raptors are competition to Brooklyn, and more playoff questions.

Don't Forget Your History

Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, joins the show to talk about the famous Negro Leagues and more.

Playoff Time

Amiri Tulloch previews and analyzes the NHL and NBA playoffs on the latest edition of JG Sports Talk.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Eric Pincus, NBA writer for the LA Times LakersNow blog and BasketballInsiders.com, joins JG Sports Talk to talk about the playoffs so far.


Eric helps analyze what the Clippers Game 1 loss really means, answers what concerned him the most about LAC's performance, and explains the keys to a Game 2 victory.

Eric also goes around the rest of the league, including whether the Rockets-Trail Blazers series will go to 7, his thoughts on the Wizards' Game 1 win over Chicago, how concerning the Bobcats' Game 1 loss is for the rest of their series against the Heat, and more pertinent playoff questions.

Photo: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Friday, April 18, 2014


It's the latest edition of JG Sports Talk Live with host Amiri Tulloch!

Amiri starts with the NHL playoffs, as he analyzes the first games of the prominent series with writer Steven Liberman. Steve gives his thoughts on the Rangers-Flyers series, including the key for victory for New York. Plus, Steve discusses the most appealing series so far.

Then, Amiri welcomes Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro League Baseball museum, joins the show to talk about the Negro League, debate the best Negro League players never given a major league opportunity, and his thoughts on the declining number of African-Americans in baseball today.

Next, Amiri goes over the NBA playoffs, including predictions on each and every first-round series. He explains why Atlanta could push Indiana to the brink, how the Thunder and Spurs will toy with their first-round opponents, and his concern about the LA Clippers against the Golden State Warriors.


Finally on JG Sports Talk, Amiri spends two quick minutes to give his two cents on the NCAA's new rule change , and why this decision could be the launching pad for a plethora of other changes in college athletics.



Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, joins Amiri Tulloch on JG Sports Talk. 

Bob comments on how the Negro League came about, which Negro League players would have translated well to Major League Baseball, and his thoughts on the declining number of African-Americans in the sport today.

Bob (right) at his museum. PHOTO: seen on mlbreports.com

Thursday, April 10, 2014


Buster Olney, ESPN's baseball analyst and insider, joined Amiri Tulloch on JG Sports Talk!

Buster talked all things baseball, including his grades on Masahiro Tanaka, thoughts on the Milwaukee Brewers, impressions of MLB's replay system, whether or not the Josh Hamilton contract was a failure, and more.



Wednesday, April 9, 2014


It's another edition of JG Sports Talk with your host Amiri Tulloch!

On today's show, Amiri tackles the Brooklyn Nets' regular-season dominance of the Miami Heat. Is Miami's biggest worry in the postseason the Nets? Amiri certainly thinks so. (time of segment = 1:21)

Next, he is joined by Reggie Haynes, member of Townbeef Football, actor, songwriter and filmmaker. Reggie, a frequent guest on the show, informs us on his upcoming web series. (15:27)

Finally, Amiri and William Scott give their thoughts on the 2014 NBA Draft, and some of the guys that were impacted by the NCAA Tournament. Who's rising on his draft board, and who's plummeting? William lets us know. (39:45)