I'd especially like people to comment on BaD and Norm, since I don't get to hear either much at all lately.
The Musers are good as usual, Craig being one of the more knowledgeable NBA guys on the station.
But the real revelation, to me, has been The Hardline. The show as a whole has been excellent for the past few months, but I think they're outdoing themselves during the playoffs. Mike has been interested, engaged, vocal. I heard Corby do an analysis the other day that bordered on erudition. (I've gotta go get his Hacksaw Hamilton interview podcast. Anyone got a quick link?)
I've also enjoyed "Just the Tip" (naughty handle, but clever). Donovan seems to excite very different feelings among the Confessor Nation, but I like him a lot, and I especially like him when he's talking sports. The mix of hosts has been good. Haven't been up to hear any of the post-game, so thoughts on that also encouraged.
I get a kick out of the Ticket ads that portray the Little One as having negotiated for exclusive rights just to talk about the Mavericks. A sly dig at themselves for having no worthwhile broadcast rights (the Nation seems almost unanimously to wish the Stars broadcasts would go elsewhere).
So: Your Plainsman gives The Ticket high marks, both during the showgrams and pre/post game. You?
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