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    Gary Gerould radio voice of the Kings comes on with Grant to discuss tonight’s game being his 2,000th Kings broadcast and recap his career.


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    The show opened with Grant continuing his heartfelt words from last night’s (possibly) final Kings telecast. The team looked down and out, but magically, they were able to piece together one final run to force overtime and give the Arco faithful one last chance to blow the roof off of the aging building.

    He then addressed reports from the NBA Board of Governor’s meeting that Mayor Johnson has a group headlined by billionaire Ron Burkle that is interested in investing to keep NBA basketball in Sacramento.

    Grant’s longtime television partner and legendary Sacramento Kings personality Jerry Reynolds then joined the show, and the two reminisced about the years they’ve spent calling basketball together. They discuss the ups, the downs, and everything in between – all of which happened as employees of the Sacramento Kings.

    In Grant’s second interview, Kings Radio Broadcaster Gary Gerould recapped his 26 years with the team on the Grant Napear Show. Grant and Gary talked about what losing NBA Basketball could mean to the city of Sacramento, and what this city and team has meant to them over the last few decades.

    Grant then re-aired an interview the he did this morning on the Jim Rome Show, in which Grant and Jim lamented the potential loss of the Sacramento Kings and the impact it would have on the area.

    The show closed with Grant taking a few phone calls from the droves of fans that still haven’t stopped buzzing from last night.


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    Kings Radio Broadcaster Gary Gerould recapped his 26 years with the team on the Grant Napear Show. Grant and Gary talked about what losing NBA Basketball could mean to the city of Sacramento, and what this city and team has meant to them over the last few decades.


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    Today on The Don Geronimo Show, Don and Dave or on location at the Here “We Stay” rally at Caesar Chavez park, and they talk to Kings Fans and Local Celebrities!

    Don and Dave talk to listeners, Kings fans, and passersby at the park.


    Don interviews the great Gary Gerould, radio voice of the Sacramento Kings.


    Don interviews NBA executive Chris Granger


    Don does more mingling with the people at the park.


    Don interviews Kings great Bobby Jackson.


    Don interviews Sacramento Bee writer Marcos Benton.


    Don gives away t-shirts to the folks at the park.


    Don interviews Kings great Doug Christie


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    It’s been an amazing 24 hours in Sacramento since it was announced that the NBA’s relocation committee recommended that the Kings stay in Sacramento, so Grant continued the Kings talk with fans and spoke with multiple NBA broadcasters to dive deeper into the topic.

    Scott Howard-Cooper of NBA.com joined Grant to discuss the Sacramento Kings staying put.

    Howard-Cooper thought the recommendation to keep the Kings in Sacramento was a huge statement from the league. He said the NBA’s announcement wasn’t a “thank you letter” for the Kings, but rather a token of its belief in the viability of the Sacramento market going forward. Howard-Cooper also addressed Chris Hansen continuing his fight to purchase the Kings and the upcoming NBA Board of Governors vote that still must take place.

    Grant’s TV partner Jerry Reynolds took some time to chat with him about the future of the Kings in Sacramento.

    Reynolds said he was at home when he heard the news of the NBA’s recommendation and was jumping around with excitement. Reynolds said the Kings are his life and it would have been very tough to see the Kings franchise disappear if they had moved to Seattle. Reynolds also talked about the Kings’ low attendance when they were in Kansas City, the amazing fan base in Sacramento and the great run Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors have had this season.

    NBA broadcaster Mike Breen came on the show to give another national opinion of the Kings news and the first round of the playoffs.

    Breen shared his reaction to the NBA relocation committee’s recommendation and congratulated Grant on the news. Breen also talked about the New York Knicks’ chances of beating the Miami Heat, broadcasting the Warriors/Denver Nuggets game and the injuries that have plagued this year’s playoffs.

    Gary Gerould, the long-time radio voice of the Kings, was on the show today.

    Gerould gave his opinions on the NBA’s committee recommendation, and shared his memories and history broadcasting for the Kings.


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    Grant opened the show recapping an amazing day for Sacramento following the historic vote to deny the relocation of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle. Grant reflected on his afternoon celebrating with Kings fans at the Firestone Public House in Downtown Sacramento, talked about the potential sale of the team from the Maloof family to the group led by Vivek Ranadive & the upcoming NBA Draft Lottery.

    Tim Roye, the radio voice of the Golden State Warriors, joined Grant to discuss Game 6 in Oakland Thursday night and the Warriors’ need to bounce back from sub-par performance in Game 5. He also talked about Spurs’ ability not to beat themselves with mental errors, Harrison Barnes improved play in the playoffs. Roye also said the key for Golden State to win was to limit Tony Parker ability to get in the paint & increase the number of times Steph Curry gets open looks at the basket.

    Kings longtime play-by-play announcer Gary Gerould joined Grant to discuss the news of the Kings staying in Sacramento. Gerould talked about where he was when he found out the big news, his reflection on the ups and downs of this saga over the past 3 years and thoughts on the upcoming offseason.

    Finally, Grant’s Rant addressed Ric Bucher’s false assertions that Maloofs would not sale to the Sacramento group. Grant blasted Bucher for being inaccurate and said he has lost all respect for him.


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    Kings longtime play-by-play announcer Gary Gerould joined Grant to discuss the news of the Kings staying in Sacramento. Gerould talked about where he was when he found out the big news, his reflection on the ups and downs of this saga over the past 3 years and thoughts on the upcoming offseason.


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    Today the guys celebrated the upcoming home opener for the Kings by revisiting the tumultuous past couple of years with the franchise. From the potential move to Anaheim to the sale of the team to Seattle and the effort by Mayor Johnson and the grassroots organizations to block that sale and move, the Wednesday show was the place to go for all things Kings.

    Kings GM Pete D’Alessandro checked in to talk about his strategy for building the team and what he expects out of this group over the season.

    Team President Chris Granger discussed what tonight will be like and how he’s handled the anticipation of a night that has been several years in the making.

    Kings radio voice Gary Gerould revisited some of the many memories in his time as a broadcaster, including his feelings when the team appeared to be gone and what it was like for him when the deal was finalized to keep the team in Sacramento.


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    Sacramento Kings play by play radio announcer Gary Gerould joins the show to talk about the city council taking their final vote on the new arena being built tonight! He talks about the journey to this night and reminisces on the hardships to get here.

    “To know that we are now a point that a binding agreement is hours away…wow its just really good stuff,” G-Man said while talking about tonight’s final vote finally being here after being through it all over the years with the Kings.

    He touches on Isaiah Thomas and how he hopes his career in the NBA lasts in Sacramento. “Kings fans, you got a lot to appreciate and celebrate along with Isaiah Thomas,” Gerould said when talking about the future for Sacramento being able to build a new arena.


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    Kings radio voice Gary Gerould talks about his memories of Kobe Bryant as a preview of Kobe’s last game in Sacramento.


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    Jason and Nate preview Kobe’s last game in Sacramento; plus, some MLB hall-of-fame talk, a poll on the five greatest players in NFL history, and interviews with Gary Gerould and Henry Turner.

    Catch the interview with G-Man here.


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    The G-Man, Gary Gerould, joins the Lo-Down to talk about his career as the Kings Play by Play man before his 2,500th game with the team this Sunday.

    Listen to the Full Interview Here:


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    Hour 1

    (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

    (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

    In the first hour of the Lo-Down the guys talked about the Warriors loss to the Bulls last night for their second loss in a row.  They also debated if the Warriors can win a championship without Kevin Durant.  The guys then brought on The G-Man, Gary Gerould, to talk about his career as the Kings Play by Play man before his 2,500th game with the team this Sunday.  All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.

     

    Listen to hour one here:

    Hour 2

    Tiger Woods walking off the 18th hole

    Tiger Woods walking off the 18th hole

    In the second hour of the Lo-Down the guys start with “Three The Hard Way.” Next, the guys talked about an insensitive column in the Green Bay Press-Gazette suggesting that Adrian Peterson hit his child because his ancestors were slaves, and it’s a learned behavior.  The guys also talked about David Feherty’s comments about Tiger Woods being “suffocated” by the media during his golf career.  All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.

    Listen to hour two here:

    Hour 3

    (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

    (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

    In the final hour of the Lo-Down the guys spent some time talking about the NFL Off Season with the Jets releasing 5 players to get younger and other NFL moves.  Next the guys talked about Jose Calderon making $400,000 for signing and then getting released by the Warriors in a matter of 2 hours.  All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.

     

    Listen to hour three here:

     

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    Kings Radio Broadcaster Gary Gerould joins The Drive to talk The Kings, and his 2,500th game with the team.

     

    Listen to the Gary Gerould interview here:


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    HOUR 1:

    BEIJING, CHINA - OCTOBER 15: Darren Collison #7 of Sacramento Kings in action during the 2014 NBA Global Games match between the Brooklyn Nets and Sacramento Kings at MasterCard Center on October 15, 2014 in Beijing, China. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    In the first hour to start the Dave, Kayte, and Nate talk about The Kings heartbreaking overtime loss to the Utah Jazz. Draymond Greens complaing, and the legendary G-Man Gary Gerould calling his 2500th Kings game.

    Listen to the whole hour here:

     

    HOUR 2:

    (Photo by Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images)

    (Photo by Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images)

    In hour 2 Dave and Nate talk Michael Jordan not being a construction expert. Arian Foster trying to book a fight with a wolf, and cows running wild.

     

    Listen to the whole hour here:

     

    HOUR 3:

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    (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

    Dave and Nate kick off the final hour talking with the one and only Gary Gerould. They talk his 2500th Kings game, and his favorite moments from the previous 2,499 games. They finish up the day talking with Denver Nuggets TV Color Commentator Scott Hastings. All that and more on The Drive!

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    Listen to the Gary Gerould interview here:

     

    Listen to the Scott Hastings interview here: