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June 6, 2021 100 min
In hour one, Ken talks about the Reds three straight wins in St. Louis against the Cardinals and how the next week is crucial towards their status as a contender or not. Sound bites from Tucker Barnhart, Tyler Mahle and David Bell are included from yesterday's 5-2 win. Ken then talks to NBA writer James Herbert of CBS Sports about the Lakers losing in the first round of the NBA Playoffs and if the end of the road has come for LeBron James. In hour two, Ken talks to the former lead singer of Styx, Dennis DeYoung, on, as he claims, his latest and final album being released, 26 East, Vol. 2. Ken then talks to Jim Foster, better known as Bengal Jim, on an event he is organizing at the Pro Football Hall of Fame on June 19th; it's a rally to push for more legendary Bengals players to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, players like Ken Anderson, Ken Riley, Willie Anderson and more. In hour three, Ken talks to Pro Football Focus's Seth Galina on a story he wrote proclaiming if Joe Burrow can improve on the deep ball passing, the Bengals will be back in the playoffs this year. Hen then talks to Ryan Fagan of the Sporting News on the Chicago Cubs surprise rise to contention this year even after getting rid of some key former players in the offseason. They also talk about the rest of the National League Central division and if the Reds three straight wins could be the start of something bigger.
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