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The Producers returned for a special one hour show. David, Kyle and Tony look at the Colts remaining schedule, expectations for the Pacers this season, and drama that is the MLB playoffs.
The guys from ATI joined us in studio to get you ready for the weekend in the NFL, the World Series, and some of the injuries NBA players should look out for at the beginning of the season. Dr. Stephen Jacobsen from Riverview Health Orthopedics and Sports Performance fields all...
Stephen Holder of the Indy Star previews the games on Sunday against the Chiefs, how it's time for the team to show us, instead of telling us what they can do, and how the division schedule favors the Colts the rest of the way.
Former NBA player and teammate of Dan Dakich at IU Uwe Blab joined the show to talk about old IU stories, playing for Bob Knight and if any of the latest rumors are true. Dan and Uwe discussed what he does for a career, traveling back home, what is was like growing up in Germany...
photo: Getty Images Nate Taylor from the Indy Star joined the show to talk about basketball. He broke down the Pacers performance last night including Myles Turner's big game and potential, Jeff Teague as a decision maker, as well as the new coach Nate McMillan.
Injury expert and baseball insider Will Carroll joined the Grady and Big Joe show to discuss the World Series. He talked about Schwarber's improbable return, what he thinks will happen in Wrigley this weekend, and more. Image courtesy of Indianapolis Monthly
Gregg Doyel from the Indy Star joined the show to talk about the opening night for the Pacers. They discussed the development of Myles Turner, Paul George's performance, and the addition of Jeff Teague. They also talked about the Colts and if they can keep the momentum going.
Myles Turner celebrates his big 3-pointer in overtime. (McGrath/Pacers) Myles Turner stole the show. And given the quality of the show, that was no mean feat. Beginning his second NBA season with 30 points, 16 rebounds, four assists and the biggest plays of the overtime period,...
ESPN's John Clayton joined JMV to talk about the latest with the Colts, his take on Andrew Luck, and who he predicts will win the AFC South.