Podcast: Sandy Clough helps us break down the Sterling fiasco

Ross Martin

Sandy Clough from 104.3 The Fan was good enough to step in and guest host the CSG Podcast with Nate Timmons and myself last night. He joined us once again at Jakes Food and Spirits on 3800 Walnut St. to talk about THE subject in all of sports.

Donald Sterling has been allowed to be a pariah for far, far too long. Clough discusses some historical perspective in regard to players standing up and forcing change in the NBA, as well as the failings of previous Commissioner David Stern and his refusal to do something about Sterling long before now. We also discuss how remarkable these NBA playoffs have been. Nate and Sandy talk about how much they love the Blazers.

We also talk hockey. Yes, those who have been complaining about our lack of hockey talk will be finally satisfied and Sandy definitely knows his stuff when it comes to puck.

As always, enjoy the show!

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