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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #109: Phil Jackson Doesn't Have A TV

Chief Triangle now pigeon. Plus: The Blackhawks Are Making Me Dizzy; The White Sox Are Regressing To Mediocre; Remembering Da Co-Coach; and The Cubs Are A Crumbling Prison.


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SHOW NOTES

* Steve Swisher is the father of Nick Swisher. He indeed wore No. 9.

00:25: As The Bulls Turn.

* No TVs in New York!

* Noah a Knick.

* So is Rose.

* Take Hoiberg next!

* Pigeon Phil!

* Win one for the Zipser!

* Gar Emery.

* Post-Traumatic Tim Floyd Syndrome:

* Bullsology.

* "Forman confirmed that there were no changes on the Bulls' bench regarding assistant coaches. There had been some speculation that Randy Brown could be moved to a front office role."

* Same owner, same dysfunction.

* Collectivism!

27:47: As The Blackhawks Turn.

* Rosenbloom: No Whining About The Andrew Shaw Trade.

* Blackhawks Bring Back Brian Campbell.

36:06: Remembering Buddy Ryan.

* Da Co-Coach.

44:54: The White Sox Are Kind Of Winning Again, Pretty Injured And Still Stink.

53:00 Cubs Scuffling.

* Trade Addison Russell!

* Save the IBB!

* Montero done.

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STOPPAGE: 5:06

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