By @EvanPetzold LeBron James has officially left the Eastern Conference. Now, the Detroit Pistons have a chance to be the dark horse. With James’ move to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Pistons odds to win the 2019 NBA
With LeBron going west to the Lakers, the guys talk about how the move effects the playoff chances for the Pistons. (3:05) Also, will LeBron win a title over in LA? What is their plan with the
LeBron has made his choice to not stay in Cleveland and will become an unrestricted free agent. (3:46) Evan Petzold joins to talk about his most recent article on ESPN 100.9 FM that talks about Devontae Dobbs
By @EvanPetzold Michigan State fended off USC, Ohio State, Auburn, Alabama, Michigan and just about every other top college football program in the nation for one player: Belleville (Mich.) 2019 five-star offensive lineman Devontae Dobbs. Dobbs, ranked No.
By @EvanPetzold The Detroit Lions have not won a playoff game since 1991. Matt Patricia is ready to make a change. Let’s run. Detroit just finished minicamp and organized team activities and do not get back together until
MIDLAND, Mich. – More local sports talk is on the way with ESPN 100.9-FM (WLUN) as Michigan Media Network-syndicated Shep, Shower ‘N’ Shave hosted by Matt Shepard will begin airing weekdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Brad is joined by Michigan insider Evan Petzold for this week’s episode and they take a deep dive into the 2018 NBA Draft. Who out of the in-state players is in the best position to succeed, who
By @EvanPetzold The state of Michigan provided a ton of interesting storylines at the 2018 NBA Draft, as the Detroit Pistons selected Miami shooting guard Bruce Brown Jr. and traded up to also select Creighton point guard Khyri
By @EvanPetzold The Detroit Pistons have the 42nd overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft tonight and the team needs depth at the point guard position. Thankfully, Wichita State redshirt sophomore point guard Landry Shamet might be feasible.
By @EvanPetzold After an NCAA Tournament title, seven Final Fours, eight Big Ten regular-season championships and five Big Ten Tournament titles, it’s clear – Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo is more successful on the court than Michigan’s