NBA Resting has become "Straight Up Disrespectful"
Chris Broussard is understanding of the 'player rest' issue, and knows that it would be near impossible to regulate how often coaches should play their players and what not...
but THE NETS!?!?
Last night the Brooklyn Nets rested three (really six) players against the Bulls and were subsequently blown out of the gym, costing the Heat a spot in the postseason. What were they resting for, you ask? Well, the start of next season is only 6 months away. Can never be too cautious.
Listen below to Chris Broussard breaking down the 'disrespect' shown at this point with Jason Smith
Adam Silver is the Parent Who Doesn't Want To "Parent"
Adam Silver is someone who yearns for approval, and doesn't want to go to war with any of the players because he doesn't think he can win.
The NBA players are walking all over him at the moment, and he doesn't have enough of a spine to put his foot down. The Brooklyn Nets just rested starters for the last game of the season. Let's just think about that for a second.
Jason Smith believes Adam Silver is that parent who doesn't want to discipline the kids, and actually has trouble "parenting" when it gets difficult. Listen below and find out why.
Carmelo Anthony Era in New York was a Waste
When Carmelo Anthony arrived in New York, the team had plans to bring in multiple other stars to launch the era of Knicks dominance behind Carmelo's local legend.
Safe to say it didn't work out that way.
Jason Smith explains why the Camelo Anthony era in New York was a complete waste of optimism, time, and effort on the part of everyone involved. Listen below.
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Emmy-award winning producer and NFL Network host Jason Smith brings his extensive experience in Sports Talk entertainment to late nights on FOX Sports Radio, providing analysis on the day in sports and updates on the games in play, while engaging in entertaining conversations with listeners to close out the day and prepare for tomorrow.
About The Host
Emmy-award winning producer and NFL Network host Jason Smith has returned home to FOX Sports Radio, where he began his broadcasting career in 2000. Hosting FOX Sports Tonight, weekdays from 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. ET/7 p.m. – 11 p.m. PT, he brings his extensive experience in Sports Talk entertainment to late nights on FOX Sports Radio as he provides analysis on the day in sports and updates on the games in play, while engaging in entertaining conversations with listeners.
Smith is also the host of NFL Fantasy Live on the NFL Network during football season. He previously hosted a variety of programs for ESPN Television and Radio, including the weekly nationally-syndicated All-Night, heard in over more than 500 markets in the United States. Smith won an Emmy-award in production working on SportsCenter before making the transition behind the microphone.
A native of Staten Island, New York, Smith is a graduate of Syracuse University where he earned a B.A. in English. He loves his wife, daughter and the New York Jets (not necessarily in that order).