In the 16th episode of the O Sports Show, Beasley joins the guys again to talk about everything that has been going on in the world of sports. The guys talk about how the MLB is going so far this season which, later in the show, leads to Scott and Beasley reminiscing about the Yankees losing in the 2001 World Series. Apparently, Scott thought that Nomar Garciaparra had the notorious hit to win in 2001 but is quickly reminded that it was, in fact, Luis Gonzalez. Brock Lesnar was busted earlier this week for a doping violation after his fight against Mark Hunt. What is even more suspicious about this whole situation is that apparently he tested positive a little over a week before the fight. It’s apparent that he and Jon Jones will be suspended indefinitely. Henrick Stenson battled it out against Phil Mickelson in the Open Championship this past weekend to finally claim his first major victory at the age of 40. The biggest story that has happened recently was NBA great Tim Duncan decided to call it quits after 19 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs. So much is talked about how much he impacted the game of basketball as a player and as a person. Everyone on the show was very upset to hear of his retirement so suddenly. In this weeks Around the Horn, a champion is crowned as Beasley makes his debut for the game as well. Who will win? Tune in and find out! Be sure to also check out our sponsors listed below and everyone from the O Sports Show thanks you for your support and we look forward to you listening next week!
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