Thursday, November 11, 2010

Let it (Eric) Snow!

There are few NBA players who can make the claim to have played in the NBA Finals with three different teams over the course of their career.

Well our next guest is one of them!

Eric Snow spent 4 seasons with the Cavs

As a rookie with the Seattle Sonics, Eric's squad faced off against Michael Jordan and his Bulls, he made a return back to the Finals in 2001 with 76ers and was forced to guard Kobe throughout the series.

His last trip came as member of the Cleveland Cavs in 2007 but his team fell at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs.

Eric Snow rolls through The NBA Breakdown to reflect on his NBA Finals memories and also chats about what it's like to play along side superstars like Allen Iverson and LeBron James.

Among his many basketball camps and charitable events, the former Michigan State product also fills us in on the "The 1st Annual Eric Snow Sports Verizon "Holiday Classic" which will feature the finest high school basketball players from the Georgia/Alabama area.

To learn more about Eric and his events, visit his website.

We'll also be joined by Steve Olenick, a sports and entertainment lawyer and good friend of the show based in New York.

Steve has counselled a ton of current and retired professional athletes, coaches, and sports agencies in connection with all aspects of sports and entertainment and gets us up to speed with the NBA lock out situation.

It promises to be fun filled and entertaining as always!

The NBA Breakdown - For hoops talk, the way it should be!

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