J.G. Spooner is a native Clevelander who’s radio and television journey has taken him to places such as Wyoming and New York before bringing him back home to talk sports with you. J.G. still holds the record in Wyoming as the most decorated broadcaster in a single year thanks to the 5 awards he took home in 2010, including the awards for Best Radio Show and Best Play by Play. He has been heard on multiple stations around the country as an NCAA and NBA Basketball analyst. J.G. is now executive producer and part of the Kiley and Booms morning show from 6-10 am on 92.3 The Fan. J.G. is the creative mind behind all the sound bytes, sound effects, bumper music and opening montages that Kiley and Booms are famous for.
Cleveland Indians play by play voice for Sports Time Ohio Matt Underwood joined JG Spooner this afternoon on 92.3 The Fan.
Each week I will be giving my opinion on the upcoming NBA Draft. Keep checking back every week for updates and revisions based on team records and possible trades.
BuckeyeGrove.com’s Kevin Noon joined Ken Silverstein and JG Spooner today and spoke about the Big Ten tournament.
St. Ignatius’ Boys basketball coach Sean O’Toole joined Ken Silverstein and JG Spooner earlier on Saturday to talk northeast Ohio high school hoops playoffs.
NFL Draftnik Scott Wright joined Silverstein & Spooner this Saturday morning and spoke about Art Modell’s potential Pro Football Hall of Fame induction. Wright says that while Modell has the credentials, it will be hard for voters to forget how he tore out the hearts of Browns fans.
CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Cavaliers are close to getting guard Alonzo Gee back in the mix, as a source has told 92.3 The Fan that Gee and the Cavs are close to inking [...]
The NBA Draft Combine has now come and gone and each of the invitees has been poked, proded, tested, measured and timed. While some players like Harrison Barnes and Myers Leonard may have helped thier causes with impressive showings, the same cannot be said for some of the players who had hoped the combine would propel them into the back of the first round.
The Cavs, Wizards and Bobcats were all the unlucky ones as NOLA leaped them all to claim the #1 pick in the draft.
Is the NBA Lottery actually Wednesday night when a bunch of ping pong balls bounce around in a hopper, or is it ongoing; as in the lottery sweepstakes to land the premiere center in the league, Dwight Howard, who has once again demanded a trade?
The playoffs are now set, and so are the teams in the lottery. Several teams that finished the season tied had to go through the dreaded coin-toss NBA Draft position tiebreaker. “What’s not to like?”
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