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.
Cavs beat reporter Chris Fedor of the Northeast Ohio Media Group joined JG Spooner on Sunday to preview the NBA playoffs.
Austin Meek, a sports columnist who covers the Oregon Ducks for The Register-Guard in Eugene, OR, joined JG Spooner on Sunday morning to talk about the National Championship game on Monday night in North Texas between the Ducks and the Buckeyes. Meek offers a perspective from the Oregon point of view.
Watch J.G. Spooner take the Ice Bucket challenge for ALS awareness while at our Free Lunch at Perk Plaza in downtown Cleveland.
Browns rookie offensive lineman Joel Bitonio joined JG Spooner live at training camp on Sunday.
FoxSports Ohio’s Sam Amico joined J.G. Spooner on 92.3 The Fan Sunday afternoon.
With news that Dario Saric will sign another 3 year deal in Europe with only a 3rd year opt out, his stock will fall some. I have once again updated my Mock draft to reflect the latest and greatest changes.
With news coming yesterday of Joel Embiid’s latest injury, a stress fracture in the foot, the Cavaliers will turn their attention to one of the other “Big 3″ in this years draft.
Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes!! While the top 6 picks remain the same there are a lot of changes in the bottom half of the lottery. There are also some players who have moved around and now been selected […]
In a draft this deep and full of top international prospects, teams drafting in the late teens and early twenties will get great value compared to previous years.
I’m hearing that at least 4 teams plan on trying to make a major move with their lottery pick(s). However, until the draft gets closer and things become a bit clearer, each team will stay put and make the best use of the pick(s) they have. In a draft this deep and full of top international prospects, teams drafting in the late teens and early twenties will get great value compared to previous years.