At the top of the show, Mitch shares an unusual incident for his third consecutive weekend before the guys play Stump the Band. Then, the fellas talk about animosity between Issaquah and Snohomish softball teams, the mythical Victor Wembanyama, and Elly De La Cruz. A trio of featured guests are NBA writer from The Athletic Mike Vorkunov, Laura Carney of My Father’s List: How Living My Dad’s Dreams Set Me Free, and Auburn City Council candidate and longtime friend of the show Tracy Taylor. The “Other Stuff” segment includes stories such as Larry Brown’s alleged hire for Washington basketball, high school golfer named Happy Gilmore, and Bill Romanowski tax trouble!
- Mike Vorkunov | The Athletic NBA writer
- Laura Carney | My Father’s List: How Living My Dad’s Dreams Set Me Free
- Tracy Taylor | Auburn City Council candidate
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2:53 | In the past three weekends, Mitch has had unusual experiences in public, this time in a Burlington movie theatre.
9:41 | Today’s first Stump the Band question has the topic of Camden Yards trivia.
23:45 | Hotshot and Piper spent over $100 on Chinese food in Tigard, Oregon last week.
27:13 | Just when you thought 2022 had enough drama for Issaquah softball, all hell broke loose again.
42:48 | The NBA and MLB have two new young phenoms dominating sports headlines.
55:48 | GUEST: Mike Vorkunov checks in for an NBA update including a prediction for Seattle receiving a franchise again..
1:16:02 | GUEST: Lindsay Carney shares the story of finding her late father’s bucket list note and fulfilling his goals.
1:36:47 | GUEST: Tracy Taylor returns for her third appearance on the show to announce her bid for Auburn City Councilmember.
1:57:39 | “Other Stuff” topics range from rumblings about the latest assistant coach for UW basketball, an Indiana high school golfer named Happy Gilmore that met Adam Sandler, and the Romanowski’s facing tax fraud!