Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Kicking it with Ice Cube, Painter, Stafford, Bettman and Carter

Ice Cube's crossover dribble into the sports world has him leading the BIG3 basketball league for a second season. Guest host Larry Lage of The Associated Press kicks it with the entertainment mogul about 3-on-3 hoops, music and movies to tip off a star-studded lineup of guests. Purdue basketball coach Matt Painter opens up about the lives of his children along with his passion for the Chicago Cubs and music. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford discusses how fatherhood has changed his perspective. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league wants a cut of the action from gambling profits if anyone wants to use its assets. NBC Sports and MSG Network hockey analysts Anson Carter wraps up the podcast, expanding on his thoughts about a move he didn't like made earlier this year by USA Hockey.

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00:41:45 7/31/2018

Past Episodes

A boxing-golf doubleheader: Legendary fight trainer Freddie Roach and the Rev. Jesse Jackson join hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg to talk about how exercise _ and specifically boxing training _ has helped them offset some of the devastating effects of Parkinson's disease. Roach also previews Manny Pacquaio's upcoming fight with Keith "One-Time" Thurman and then AP golf writer Doug Ferguson joins the show to preview this week's British Open from Royal Portrush. On the menu: Can you say "semifreddo?"
00:48:39 7/16/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg salute the World-Cup back-to-back champions U.S. women's team, pan their male counterparts and recall the 1989 earthquake that put the World Series on pause. Then FOX baseball host Kevin Burkhardt joins them to preview MLB's mid-summer classic. On the menu:  You going to eat that pickle?
00:38:20 7/9/2019
An international, two-sport episode: Last year's Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson previews this year's tournament with hosts Jim Litke, Tim Dahlberg and AP tennis writer Howard Fendrich. Then cycling writers John Leicester and Sam Petrequin check in from Paris for an inside look at the upcoming Tour de France. On the menu: Nothing says Fourth of July like Texas-styled brisket.
01:06:37 7/2/2019
The rookie coach of the NBA champion Toronto Raptors reflects on the three decades of work required to become an overnight success, then tells hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg what he can't wait to do next: sing the seventh-inning stretch at Wrigley Field later this summer. On the menu: You going to eat that, or throw it out?
00:33:10 6/25/2019
Host Jim Litke tracks the progress of the U.S. women's soccer juggernaut at the World Cup with FOX announcer JP Dellacamera _ right after blaming Canada's chaotic NBA championship parade through Toronto for postponing an appearance by Raptors coach Nick Nurse. And co-host Tim Dahlberg's day off (to play golf) isn't a total loss, since he joined AP golf writer Doug Ferguson for a wrap-up segment on an emotional U.S. Open win by Gary Woodland. On the menu: What's with the plastic grass on my sushi tray?
00:38:47 6/18/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg dodge runaway golf carts and bring in AP golf writer Doug Ferguson to recap Saturday's play and wrap up preparations for the final round of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. They zero in on the maddeningly small greens and the outsized role they play in crowning a champion in the golf season's third major. On the menu: Waiter, can I see the wine list, please?
00:31:52 6/16/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg assess the carnage in Round 1 at Pebble Beach after overcast skies and soft breezes left one of the planet's best courses almost defenseless. Then AP golf writer Doug Ferguson joins the duo to break down how so many golfers passed the first part of what was once billed as "the toughest test in golf" with ease. On the menu: Doug is on a diet?
00:29:36 6/14/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg are joined by AP golf writer Doug Ferguson to prep you for the opening round at Pebble Beach and address some burning questions. Can Brooks Koepka join Scot "Wee" Willie Anderson as the only three-peater? Would Eldrick "Tiger" Woods have been as famous if his nickname was 'Elephant'? Will Phil Mickelson play patty-pat on the greens again? On the menu: What to make for dinner? Reservations.
00:33:04 6/13/2019
Raptors guard Danny Green talks about his team being on the brink of a title, and Dr. David Chao (ProFootballDoc on Twitter) speaks with AP Basketball Writer Tim Reynolds about the fallout of Kevin Durant's Achilles injury. Plus: US-Canada relations, as in talk of good beer and good maple syrup.
00:42:45 6/11/2019
Hosts Jim Litke and Tim Dahlberg suss out potential winners and losers with the NBA Finals and Stanley Cup on the line and the U.S. Women's National Team opening defense of their World Cup title. Then they're joined by author Jason Turbow, whose new book "They Bled Blue," tells the tale of a talented LA Dodger team that didn't get over the World Series hump until chubby, 19-year-old Fernando Valenzuela appeared on the scene. On the menu: When life hands you a broken fridge, try making a frittata.
00:35:43 6/11/2019

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