Ken Carman Show – Weekdays 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Ken Carman loves Cleveland sports. One of his early memories is of attending a Cleveland Indians game at the age of five and a rookie Albert Belle hitting a home run to left-center at Municipal Stadium. The Canton native also loves sports radio. He fell in love with sports talk while listening during his paper route at the age of eleven.
The Perry High School and University of Akron graduate started his career hosting Friday Night Football, eventually working his way up to hosting his own show in Akron. Carman is a veteran play by play commentator, broadcasting area college sports and Akron Aeros Baseball on radio and television. He has also spent time as a sports reporter covering the Cavs, Browns, Indians, Buckeyes, the MAC, NASCAR and the PGA.
Ken and his wife live live in Westpark with their black lab.
Usually Connor Toole is writer for Elite Daily, but last night he has transformed himself into the “alleged” first round pick of the Utah Jazz.
Longtime NBA writer Mitch Lawrence, now with NBCNewYork.com and Forbes.com, joined Mike ‘Chico’ Bormann on Wednesday to discuss where the Cavaliers go from here this off-season with the reports that Kevin Love has opted out of his deal in Cleveland.
Joe Kotach of ProBasketballDraft joined the Ken Carman show on Tuesday night.
Ken Carman welcomed wrestling royalty to his show Thursday night in preparation for Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
The Bay Area’s 95.7 The Game’s Joe Fortenbaugh joined Ken Carman on The Ken Carman Show last night to defend his video slamming the city of Cleveland. Fortenbaugh took some shots at Cleveland and Ken defended his city.
Chad Doing of 95.7 The Game in San Francisco joined the Ken Carman show on Wednesday night to preview this years NBA Finals.
Browns 2015 draft pick Nate Orchard joined the Ken Carman show on Tuesday night.
After a few weeks on The Fan’s Morning Show, Ken Carman welcomes back his listeners on his evening show the only way he knows how – with an emotional and passionate soliloquy on the Cavaliers as they head into the NBA Finals.
Ken Carman took some time on Thursday night to reflect on the Cavaliers’ video on the jumbo-tron that was at the center of controversy after it’s connection with domestic violence, and Cardale Jones’ twitter beef with the Bulls’ Joakim Noah.