Sports Martinis

Sports Martinis

Andy Everett and Jim Goodman have been a part of the San Antonio sports media landscape some 30-40 years. They have stories to tell that are behind the scenes. Things you may have never heard before. The early years of the Spurs, history of hockey in San Antonio, and things they have said or done on the radio and why. In the first podcast the explain the origin of the name of this podcast. It has nothing to do with James Bond. Sit back and enjoy Andy and Jim as they reminisce about the sports scene in San Antonio.... Show More

Episodes

May 6, 2020 33 min
Andy and Jim are joined by San Antonio Sportscaster Mike Lefko to discuss The Last Dance, Michael Jordan memories, and Jim's latest professional venture
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Andy and Jim discuss what behaviors sports fans may have to change as we move into unchartered waters.
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Andy and Jim discuss the latest Coronavirus Pandemic and it's affect on the Sports World.
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February 28, 2020 24 min
Andy and Jim discuss the latest cheating scandal involving the Houston Astros!
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February 28, 2020 24 min
Andy and Jim discuss the tragedy of the passing of Kobe Bryant
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Andy and Jim discuss the latest concerning the departure of the SA Rampage. And what it means for the future of sport in SA.
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The game of basketball has changed, and the 2019-20 Spurs are still adapting to those changes with a young roster in many key spots. Andy and Jim discuss the past, present, and future of the team.
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UTSA made a coaching change, and the early indication is that they've picked a winner. Andy and Jim discuss the changing of the guard for UTSA Football
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Andy and Jim welcome Dr. Robert Lowry to the Sports Martinis to discuss concussions and all the dangers that come with athletes who get concussed.
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Andy and Jim visit with Marty Owens, a former colleague of Jim's with tales from their time in minor league sports. The stories you've heard are probably true. Here's more of them.
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November 22, 2019 28 min
Andy, Jim, and former Associate AD at UTSA Brad Parrott discuss the NCAA's latest legislation paving the way for athlete pay for image and likeness
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Andy and Jim discuss the landscape of college athletics with former UT Athletic Director Steve Patterson
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Andy and Jim visit with Brad Parrott (former UTSA Associate Athletic Director) -- and learn that there paths all crossed at one time or another in a previous life.
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September 23, 2019 18 min
Part 2 of Andy and Jim's discussion with Brad Parrott (Former UTSA Associate Athletic Director) about the formation of UTSA FOOTBALL and the hiring of Larry Coker
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Andy Everett and Jim Goodman talk with Brad Parrott, a former Associate Athletic Director at UTSA about the formation of the UTSA Football Program
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This is the pilot show of Sports Martinis. Andy and Jim discuss how this podcast got it's name in of all places West Virginia.
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September 11, 2019 11 min
Golf is a big part of Andy's life. Andy and Jim talk about the sports origins in Scotland -- and some funny moments from the three golf pilgrimages to the home land Andy has taken. You will never hear about these stories unless you listen or go there yourself.
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Hockey has been part of the professional sports landscape in San Antonio for more than 25 years. Andy and Jim talk about its origins here when many thought ice hockey in the desert wouldn't last any more than ice in the desert would!
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September 11, 2019 13 min
Andy and Jim discuss some of the behind the scenes stories regarding the Spurs that you may have never heard of. We promise they are true and quite funny!
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September 11, 2019 13 min
Andy Everett and Jim Goodman talk about how the weirdest things on a broadcast often are the most talked about it. And often it has nothing to do with the game itself.
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