In our latest episode of the podcast, Albert took another crack at the controls. He checked in with Doug Feinberg of the Associated Press. The podcast is embedded below:
Here are some of the topics they talked about:
- Feinberg was at Belmont Park in Long Island, New York last weekend to cover the Belmont Stakes. While many hoped that California Chrome to be the first Triple Crown winner since 1978, it wasn't meant to be.
- How impressive has the 2014 rookie class been so far?
- Which WNBA teams have been pleasant surprises? Which ones have not?
- Is the Tulsa Shock still really that far from being a factor in the Western Conference?
- Was the Crystal Langhorne for Bria Hartley and Tianna Hawkins trade a good deal for both the Seattle Storm and Washington Mystics?
- What factors have helped the Phoenix Mercury improve from their campaign last season?
- Why aren't the Los Angeles Sparks starting as well as they could have so far?
- The WNBA All-Star Game allows people to vote for players through various sites and social media networks. But on their official ballot, how does the league or its teams decide which five to list? Some notable players aren't even listed on there.
Thanks, and we hope you enjoy the show.