Posts Tagged ‘Internet Radio’

The War Room: You CAN’T Miss This Show!

Friday, November 16th, 2012


Message for those who hit us every week saying “damn, I missed the show this week”.  There is NO SUCH THING as missing our show.  It’s a podcast.  It is meant to be heard WHENEVER you have time to hear it!  Just in case you weren’t aware, here are ALL of the various ways to listen to The War Room:

LIVE on Thursdays from 6-8pm ET by clicking “LISTEN LIVE” at, by dialing 323-410-0012

 to listen LIVE by telephone, or at

Fridays at 7am, 1pm, & 7pm ET at

Sundays & Tuesdays at 3pm ET at

Fridays right here on our blog at

Here’s how you can listen to ANY episode we’ve EVER recorded at ANYTIME you want to hear them in your whole, entire life:

On Itunes – subscribe at

On our RSS feed at

On our own FREE mobile app – Just search “War Room Sports” in your App Store or in Google Play (IOS app acting up a bit at the moment but we’re working on an upgrade – Android is fine)

On Stitcher SmartRadio (on the web or the mobile app) at - enter promo code “TheWarRoom” (one word)

On Google Listen – Get the app in the Google Play Store

Long story short, if you own a computer and/or mobile device (which all of you do), there is NO SUCH THING as “missing our show”.  If you WANT to listen, there is a way.  If you don’t, that is your choice, but we’d prefer that you do.

This has been a War Room Sports public service announcement.

Happy listening everybody…and thanks for your support!

The Staff at War Room Sports

Does LeBron James have the potential to be better than Michael Jordan?

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

Ronnie Brewer Visits The War Room!

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

New York Knicks shooting guard Ronnie Brewer will be in The War Room this Thursday, October 25th to discuss the upcoming NBA season, his thoughts on his new team, playing in “The Big Apple”, the Ronnie Brewer Foundation, and more!

Tune in Thursday, October 25th at 6pm ET to hear our conversation with Ronnie!  To tune in, go to and click the “Listen Live” button…or dial 323-410-0012 to listen LIVE by phone.

In the meantime, check for Ronnie Brewer on Twitter @RonnieBrewerJr, check out his Facebook fan page at, and check out his website at

You should also join the War Room Sports Facebook page at and follow us on Twitter @WarRoomSports!

Finally, if you own an Android phone or tablet…an I-Phone, I-Pad, or I-Pod, please go to your Google Play and/or App Store and download the FREE War Room Sports mobile app!  It’s the VERY BEST way to stay up on all of our media content from one central location!

Mortal Kombat, featuring MMA Fighter Kyle Sefcik (Ep 117)

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

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The Social Side of Sports Episode 116

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

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Kiss My Mascot!!!

Monday, March 14th, 2011

As an adult when I go to sporting events at times I get irritated by the mascots. They run around act a fool and sometimes get in the way of the actual event. I sometimes wonder if they are even necessary.

Back in November (2010), the old Sixers and Flyers arena, The Spectrum, was set to be demolished. On tv as they were showing footage from events in the arena they flashed pictures of the old Sixers Mascot Big Shot. I had not seen Big Shot in years because he had been replaced by a steroid using hyper active bunny named Hip-Hop.

Big Shot


At the moment I saw Big Shot all sorts of memories popped in my head. I thought of going to Sixers games as a kid with my father, uncle or grandfather and watching Dr. J and Magic put on performances that make the current NBA look like a minor league. I thought of watching Charles Barkley playing his heart out and intimidating players that were Bigger, Stronger, and Faster than he was. I thought of watching Michael Jordan play live and putting the fear of GOD in Hersey Hawkins just by looking him in the eye.

What I realized when I saw Big Shot was he represented the moment when I fell in love with hoops. So maybe mascots do play a part in the sports world. Maybe there are kids right now at Sixers games who are watching Hip-Hop and are falling in love with the game. I doubt it though. Later in life when they see Hip-Hop they may think of Evan Turner stinking the place up or Elton Brand being abused by every other teams’ big men, or Andre Iguodala being asked to do more than he should.

On second thought maybe I should be giving credit to Dr. J, Maurice Cheeks, Moses Malone, Charles Barkley, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Larry Bird and many of the legends I had the privilege of watching play at the Spectrum.

I guess mascots can represent both the good and bad. Unless of course we are talking about the Phillie Phanatic because he kicks a$$ no matter how good or bad the Phillies are.

The G.O.A.T Mascot!

What do mascots mean to you? Do they matter at all? Or am I just tripping?

Jimmy Williams

Marvin Lewis wants changes or he’s leaving! FOH!

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

Turn Out The Lights: Dallas Cowboys Version

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Are rookie contracts getting out of hand?

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

Is Phil Simms an all time great QB?

Monday, December 6th, 2010