Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade joined the Junkies on Friday to talk about basketball, family and his new book “A Father First.”
Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson was in a jovial mood when he joined the Junkies this morning giving the feeling that the team isn’t nearly as concerned about their recent losing skid as everyone else.
Davey Johnson made his Sports Junkies debut Wednesday morning to explain how the Nationals are already seven wins better than their best record in team history, with twenty games still to play.
The Palm stopped by this week and Lurch Papa took full advantage of being The King!
Former Major League pitcher “Wild Thing” Mitch Williams joined the Junkies Thursday to let the guys know how he really feels about Stephen Strasburg being shut down early.
Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder opened up about his new movie and winning gold at the London Olympics during an appearance with the Sports Junkies Monday morning.
It was controversy again with the morning crew, this time over the announcement of numbers 25-21 on the Best of the Burgundy and Gold list, particularly the inclusion one particular cornerback who still continues to haunt Redskins fans to this day.
The Sports Junkies hosted their annual bikini contest in a different setting this year for the very first “Ted Britt Bikini Bash Driven By Coleman Power Sports”. See what you missed in our 5 photo galleries here…
Tuesday morning The Junkies were joined by former Redskins fan favorite, Stephen Davis, who was drafted by Washington in 1996 and stayed on the team’s roster through the 2002 season. The running back, who is one of 2,600 ex-NFL’ers to have sued the NFL for concussion-related problems, outlined his daily troubles and painful life after a brutal 11-year career.
Hall of Fame basketball star Dominique Wilkins, most known for his 10 seasons on the Atlanta Hawks, came by the studio to talk to the Junkies about life in the NBA and life after, and dealing with the challenges Diabetes.