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The Next Move; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie – 4/10

Hour 1

The fellas come out talking the loss for the Sacramento Kings to the Spurs last night though the both Grant and Doug feel they played hard and showed an example of growth throughout the season. Tiger Woods becomes the topic discussion and if he can win another major or let alone even another tournament.

Hour 2

Former Scout, front office exec and current football analyst Chris Landry joined Doug and Grant for his weekly appearance on the show for the Landry Football Report. Listen as Chris breaks down the needs of the two local teams, including why he believes both the Raiders and 49’ers need additional help on defense. Also hear Chris talk about franchising players, why he thinks their are only half of the players entering the draft hold a first round grade and why he believes you can get good value in the third round.

Hour 3

Do it all host and announcer Bob Papa jumped on the Tuesday edition of the show to recap a little Masters action, along with talk some New York Giants upcoming season. Hear Bob give his thoughts on the winner Patrick Reed, how Tiger played and who may be the favorite heading into the US Open. Bob also talks the future of Odell Beckham Jr and what he believes the Giants will do in the upcoming NFL Draft. Plus the fellas talk NBA playoffs and a little Sacramento Kings.

Hour 4

Former Shark and current Shark Color analyst Jamie Baker joined the show in hour four to preview the Sharks vs the Ducks playoff series, while John Schumann of NBA.Com joined the show to talk the last few days of the NBA regular series. Hear Jamie and John break down all the action in their respective sports coverage.

 

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