The day has finally arrived for the Dallas Stars to make their way back to see Lord Stanley. The Dallas Stars start off their season today against the Nashville Predators in Dallas at 7:30 pm central time. After some delay due to the influx of Covid-19 positive tests for the […]
Sitting at 8-7, the Warriors are in the middle of a very tight playoff hunt in the West. Recent wins over the Lakers and Spurs make up for last night’s loss to the Knicks, but Golden State is in desperate need of better play out of the players on their […]
We’re talking basketball and hockey on this edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! Hear who’s leading the standings in the local conferences for Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, and Hockey! Plus, there are two new teams in the Prospect League that are familiar with the Miami Valley, and the Bengals hire two new coaches!
CJ McCollum was having his best season as a pro averaging over 26 PPG, and pushing for an All-Star spot in the Western Conference. Now, an injured left foot is expected to keep him out for at least the next four weeks. With a current record of 8-6 and sitting […]
After what seemed an eternity to all hockey fans, the NHL is finally back and what a first week to kick it off with. Players looked ready and teams were eager to play. As a Dallas Stars fan, I would love to leave the bubble season in the past and […]
Lately, we have had another rash of disgruntled professional athletes not getting their way, and either holding out, crying they don’t get paid, are not consulted enough, or possibly just taking a stand. In the last week, or two, we have had Kyrie Irving, James Harden, and Deshaun Watson go […]
I was 13. It was bitter cold outside and the fireplace in the basement roared just off to my right. My chair, 3 feet in front of the TV the entire game. I was intense, the game was intense. I clung to every single play. My team was one of […]
Last season for the Sharks was rough to say the least. Finishing in last place in the Western Conference was far from what fans are used to from their team that seems to be in the playoff hunt every year. While they have appeared in the Stanley Cup once in […]
The dominoes have fallen and James Harden gets what he wanted, as he was traded to the Brooklyn Nets as part of a four team deal. While we all know this gives the Nets more star power in their hunt for an NBA Championship, there are major implications for each […]
https://soundcloud.com/12-oz-sports-radio/slime-time-playoffs-and-hardy-harden-hauled-out Greg and Paul are here with the last stance on the Wild Card Weekend games before heading into the Division round. We breakdown the games including if Goff and his surgically repaired thumb can withstand the Lambeau cold, Can Lamar play in the snow, and will Brady or Brees […]
1/14/2021 – East Sparta, OH As we watched the opening night of the NHL from The Janitor’s living room, the Flyers pulling away from the Penguins sparked a good old-fashioned session of sharing stories around the sports world, new and old. One fascinating story that surfaced was the threat of […]
After last season’s bubble experiment went off without a single positive COVID test, the NBA is having a hard time controlling the spread now that teams are playing in their own arenas and traveling city to city. Stars Kevin Durant and Jayson Tatum have missed games due to COVID protocols. […]
The Squares are back to preview the Super Wildcard Round in the NFL and hand out their picks and props. SPONSORED BY:
Jim Harbaugh signed his 4 year extension today. He’s taking a pay cut, but with incentives I think will be ok. Yes I know, he is 0-5 against Ohio State and 3-3 against Michigan State, his two biggest rivals. Yes, I know he is 1 and 4 in bowl games. […]
The Knicks have been one of the pleasant surprises early on this season. With a 5-2 record to start the year, fans are excited about the prospects of their young squad going forward. Much like the Raiders and Cowboys in the NFL, the NBA is simply more entertaining when the […]
It’s 2021, and the #LOCALCinDaySports podcast is back with a brand new episode! Lee covers the season finale of the Cincinnati Bengals and what to expect for next season. Plus, catch how the six Division I area schools are fairing in College Basketball, and a possible expansion for the Horizon League? It’s Episode 198 of The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast with Lee W. Mowen!
It’s a dream scenario for Canada.
It wasn’t pretty, but that doesn’t matter.
The NHL season is about to be underway January 13th. It’s always fun to have a wager you can sweat throughout the season as well as your nightly game wagers. With the shortened season (56 games) season long wagers may be a bit tricky. Injuries can derail even the most […]
I sit down last night to watch the second of two CFB Playoff, this one between Ohio St. and Clemson, and I feel absolutely dirty. Growing up a Michigan fan, I feel like I have to say a prayer on Monday to Bo Schembechler and ask him for his forgiveness. […]