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Steve Jones Show – Monday, June 10, 2019 Hour 2

Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show - Monday, June 10, 2019 Hour 2
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Topics: Our Play-By-Play Call of the Day, PIAA classifications, David Ortiz update, Terry Bowden goes back to college and what’s bad about instant replay.

Steve Jones Show – Monday, June 10, 2019 Hour 1

Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show
Steve Jones Show - Monday, June 10, 2019 Hour 1
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Topics: Red Sox legend David Ortiz shot in his native Dominican Republic, how much playing time will Kevin Durant get in game 5, did Queen Elizabeth call for pizza and Prince Phillip turns 98 today!

Steve Jones Show – Friday, May 10, 2019 Hour 2

Steve Jones Show
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Steve Jones Show - Friday, May 10, 2019 Hour 2
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Guests: Sports columnist Dieter Kurtenbach (The Mercury News) returns to the show, this time calling in from shootaround in Houston, prior to game 6 of the NBA Western Conference Semifinals between the Rockets and Golden State Warriors. Then we wrap up the week with Steve’s brother Kevin Jones!

Durant Leaves OKC; Joins Golden State

By Cliff Brunt/OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Kevin Durant is joining All-Stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson with the Golden State Warriors. Durant announced his decision on The Players’ Tribune. He can’t officially sign until July 7. His decision has been the most highly anticipated move of the summer. The 2014 MVP and four-time scoring champion led the Oklahoma City Thunder to the NBA Finals in 2012, and to the Western Conference finals in four of the past six years – and he’s only 27. He recovered from a broken bone in his right foot that cost him much of last…

Warriors Return To NBA Finals

By Matt Moore (CBS Sports) The Golden State Warriors advanced to their second straight NBA Finals Monday night with a 96-88 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals.  The Thunder led the entire first half and dominated in most areas of the game, but in the end, all that really mattered was Stephen Curry.  Curry was back to his usual phenomenal self, hitting ridiculous contested 3-pointers. He kept hitting, and eventually the Thunder’s composure broke under the strain.  Curry finished with 36 points on 7 of 12 shooting from the 3-point arc, matching…