In the second hour for the show for the people, Gee talks about the presence of basketball in the state of Washington and then previews the combine with Tracy Ford from Ford Sports. In the Player Haters Ball, Tim Tebow has arrived to Mets Spring Training and Richard Sherman is at it again with the media.
It's the show for the people! Gee gets to the three quick hits of the day with the Seattle Mariners, UW's Kelsey Plum, and Gonzaga basketball. Also Brenda Tracey joins Gee Scott via the Venue Kings Hotline to educate us on a culture that she is speaking out against and sheds some light on the current allegations on Baylor University. Gee winds up the hour by going around the world in sports talking about franchised players.
Gee is joined by Washington Huskies commit Salvon Ahmed for the entire second hour of Friday's show. What was the recruiting process like for Ahmed? Gee gets the lowdown straight from him. In the Player Haters Ball, one college basketball team suspends five of their players for one heck of a reason. Friday wraps with Confessions.
The Mariners are just hours away from their Cactus League opener, the Seahawks know exactly where and when they'll be making their 2017 draft picks, and is Gonzaga's lack of competition in the West Coast Conference going to hold them back in the NCAA tournament? Gee discusses all of that in Friday night's Quick Hits. What's Up With Tom? Well, Gee finds out from the man himself, Tom Wassell as the guys break down all things in the world of sports. The first hour wraps with Gee taking a look at some headlines from around Seattle and the sports world.
Seahawks linebacker KJ Wright joins Gee to start off Thursday's second hour. Gee and Wright discuss what KJ has been up to since the NFL season has concluded as well as what his offseason plans entail. In the Player Haters Ball, Jim Harbaugh, Rick Pitino, and Jameis Winston all make appearances. Thursday wraps with Confessions.
Could the Seahawks welcome back a familiar face on their offensive line in 2017? Are the Mariners more settled at the back of their rotation? Gee discusses all of that and more in Thursday night's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Gee is joined by Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer live from Peoria as she updates all that's going down at Spring Training. In around the world, one ESPN voice thinks Magic Johnson got his job with the Lakers only because he's charming. Does Gee agree?
Seahawks guard, Rees Odhiambo joins the show to talk about the season, his NFL Combine experience and news around sports. Listener Question: What is your favorite non-Seahawks sports moment? Gee ends the show with confessions.
Quick Hits: Lakers name Magic Johnson President of Basketball Operations and three members of 710 ESPN participate in the Seahawks Media Combine. Listener Questions: Who would you like to see in a Seahawks uniform via draft, trade or free agency? Brady Henderson joins the show to talk about the NFL offseason, including who the Seahawks should target at tackle. Gee ends the show with Around the World in Sports.
Gee discusses Basketball in Seattle and the rest of Washington with producer of Brock and Salk Kyle Brown, he takes us through all the headlines from NBA All Star Weekend, including Kyrie Irving's flat earth beliefs, and finally, Gee gives us some Confessions.
Gee takes you though the most important sports headlines in Quick Hits, he discusses the upcoming Mariners Season with Tom Wassell of Bob, Groz and Tom, and Gee takes a trip Around the World.
Gee starts off Friday's second hour by taking a listen to the best of Brock and Salk's interview with former Seahawks running back coach Sherman Smith as he details just how his tenure in Seattle came to a close. In the Player Haters Ball, one NBA superstar claims the Earth is flat. Friday's show wraps with Confessions.
Gee switches it up a bit on Friday and starts off with a visit from 710's Tom Wassell. Later, did the Seahawks lack hunger in 2016? And what about the future of Luke Willson in a Seahawks jersey? Gee touches on all of that in Friday night's Quick Hits. The hour wraps with Gee taking a look at who he would take as his starting tight end if he were the GM of the Seahawks.
Former Seahawk running back, T.J. Duckett joins the show to talk about his battle with depression, and what he is working on post-football. Player Haters Ball: Magic Johnson wants Kobe to join the Lakers' front office, Roddy White says he would have fought Kyle Shanahan following Super Bowl 51 and LaVar Ball proclaims his son to be better than Steph Curry. Gee ends the show with Valentine's Day confessions.
Quick Hits: Felix Hernandez looks to prove doubters wrong, the NFL says it will not punish the Seahawks and Gonzaga is in the midst of possibly the greatest season in Washington basketball. Caller Question: Is Felix Hernandez the key to the Mariners season? Proof joins the show to talk high school basketball, including predictions for Nathan Hale and Federal Way. Gee finishes off the show with Around the World.
Gee starts the show with Gonzaga basketball, including why they do not get proper credit in Washington despite an 18+ year run. Player Haters Ball: Mason Plumlee's car gets broken into, Joel Embiid dances at a Meek Mill concert and Michael Jordan gets involved with the Charles Oakley incident. Following the Thunder vs Warriors game on Saturday night, Thunder fans know exactly what heartbreak is. Gee asks listeners what their first ever sports heartbreak was.
Quick Hits: Pitchers and catchers report for the Mariners tomorrow, Gonzaga stays undefeated and Tyler Lockett says he will be ready for 2017. Caller Questions: How would you grade the Mariners offseason? Shannon Drayer joins the show to talk about Spring Training. Around the World: UCONN's women's basketball shoots for 100th consecutive win, Giants release a once cornerstone player and former Mariner's catcher, Steve Clevenger looks to get past Black Lives Movement incident.
Friday night's second hour starts off with Gee sitting down with 710's own Tom Wassell for another edition of "What's Up With Tom". In the Player Haters Ball, the daughter of a recently hired NFL executive had some harsh truths about her father's new position. Also in the hour, Gee has a conversation about the craziness going on with the New York Knicks franchise and if Phil Jackson has ruined his own legacy by being an incompetent general manager. Friday wraps with Confessions.
The Seahawks appear to be moving on from a fan favorite of the Pete Carroll era, UW's basketball team may have bigger problems than wins and losses right now, and the Seattle city council doesn't seem to be budging on their SODO arena stance. Gee discusses all of that in Friday night's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, which 2016 Seahawks rookie are you going to buy stock in for the 2017 season? Gee wraps up the first hour by going Around the World.
Red Bryant joins the show to talk about his time with the Seahawks, and the success of Dan Quinn. Player Haters Ball: drama around sports including Charles Oakley being escorted from Madison Square Garden. Gee debates whether Lorenzo Romar should take a new job, and if the UW athletic department is more worried about an incoming recruiting class than the success of the program going forward. As always, the show ends with "confessions."
Quick Hits: Steve Sarkisian continues to fall upward, the SODO arena group submits a new petition and more Patriots refuse to visit the White House. Gee answers if the Falcons loss makes the pain of Super Bowl 49 better, and if the Mariners have done enough to make a playoff run in 2017. Around the World: the BIG 12 announces Baylor's punishment, MLB plans to experiment with potential rule changes and Tony Dungy says the Colts stole play calls during his tenure.
Gee opens the second hour talking to former Seahawk Brandon Mebane. Then Gee dives into why some people might not like Roger Goodell, and explains why he doesn't necessarily have a problem with Goodell. Jermain Kearse, Richard Sherman, Marcel Reece and Justin Britt take you inside the Player's Lounge. Gee closes the show talking to ESPN Seattle's Dave Grosby.
Gee starts the show off with his Quick Hits: Super Bowl 51 was one for the ages, the 49ers announce their new head coach and a former Seahawk gets inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. Who is to blame for the Falcon's loss, Dan Quinn of Kyle Shanahan? Former Seahawk Clinton McDonald joins Gee to relive the Seahawk's Super Bowl 48 victory and talk about what it's like to be on that stage. Finally, Gee closes out the hour and goes Around the World of sports.
Seahawks O-Lineman George Fant talks about making the jump having very little football experience to starter for the Seahawks. In the second half of the interview he talks about the stout O-Line performance against the Lions in the first round of the playoffs. It's time for another edition of "The Player's Lounge" as Gee catches up with WR Jermaine Kearse, TE Luke Willson and TE Brandon Williams. Gee wraps up as always with "Confessions".
Gee kicks things off as always with "3 Quick Hits of the Day" it's Super Bowl weekend and there is zero buzz. Demarius Thomas explains what Kam Chancellor did to him in Super Bowl XLVIII. Should Kam be extended? Oklahoma's Joe Mixon and Baylor's Ishmael Zamora are not invited to the NFL combine after videos of violence have emerged. Caller Question: Who wins Super Bowl on Sunday and why? Gee takes us "Around the World of Sports" as we find out that Tiger Woods pulls out of tournament in Dubai due to back spasms, Falcons center Alex Mack will be playing with a high ankle sprain in the Super Bowl, and Josh McDaniel may be called to testify in the Aaron Hernandez trial. Plus we bring on Tom Wassell and find out "What's Up with Tom".
UW tight end Darrell Daniels and Eastern Washington wide receiver Kendrick Bourne join Gee to talk about getting invited to the NFL Combine and what they expect as they try to take the next step in their careers in football. Daniels and Bourne stick around to talk about the problem in youth sports and talk about what parents' roles in youth sports should be. It's another edition of the "Player's Lounge" as Gee talks to Seahawks WR's Jermaine Kearse and Tyler Lockett, with a special guest appearance by LB K.J. Wright. Gee wraps it up with "Confessions".