Miami, FL - A few days ago marked the 25th anniversary of Derek Jeter’s first hit in his major league career. It was on May 30, 1995 against the Seattle Mariners. 1995. I was an 8-year-old kid at the time. Back in the day, I recorded my favorite songs over
The Last Dance has come and gone, but the MJ takes are just getting started.
Also, sports are finally restarting, but some people aren't very excited.
All that and more on Episode 198!
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In today's episode, we're taking a deep dive into Miami Basketball and Doin' It For The Culture!
We're joined by the Communications & Content Manager for FIBA, Jamie Gutierrez. The OG 305er took us on a trip down memory lane through the eyes of a basketball aficionado.
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Lemon City Live Podcast | Episode 195 | NFL Draft Recap with MJ Acosta
Join us as we recap the NFL draft with our special guest from the NFL Network, MJ Acosta! She answered questions on the Dolphins' 2020 NFL Draft moves.
Also, viewers let us know what they thought of the
Lebron swept, Edlose wept, Jordan kept (🐐status).
Where will The 👑 go in his quest to defeat the Warriors?
Dennis Rodman for the Nobel Peace Prize? ☮
The Caps and Ovechkin finally get it done! 🏒
The Marlins need to stick to their teal. 🐠
The FIFA WorldCup has finally arrived, and nothing else matters!
April 16, 2003. That was the last time Michael Jordan played in a professional basketball game. June 14, 1998. That was the last time he played in a meaningful basketball game. So I guess I'll start off from there. It's Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals, where the Chicago