Category Archives: sportscasters

Remembering Phyllis George

Doug Miles remembers former Miss America, sportscaster, TV personality and former First Lady of Kentucky Phyllis George who passed away at 70 on May 16. 2020.





“Sports Talk” Remembering the 1970 N.Y. Knicks Championship

Doug Miles goes back in the sports time machine 50 years to May 8, 1970 to remember the N.Y. Knicks vs. L.A. Lakers in game 7 from Madison Square Garden in NY City. Known as the “Willis Reed” game.






50th Anniversary of the NY Knicks First NBA Championship

50 years ago on May 8, 1970, the NY Knicks won their first NBA championship in a classic game at Madison Square Garden over the Los Angeles Lakers. Known as the “Willis Reed Game”, here is the original broadcast as aired on ABC with Chris Schenkel and Jack Twyman.






“Sports Talk” Guest Philly Basketball Legend Sonny Hill

Philadelphia basketball legend Sonny Hill who was the first black color analyst on CBS NBA Game of the Week and longtime radio broadcaster in Philadelphia joins Don Henderson and Doug Miles to talk about basketball, Wilt Chamberlain, Earl Monroe, Bill Bradley, the Eastern and Baker Leagues and more.






“Sports Talk” guest Mark Cannizzaro Author “Seven Days in Augusta: Behind the Scenes at the Masters”

Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk with NY Post columnist Mark Cannizzaro about his book “Seven Days in Augusta: Behind the Scenes at the Masters”. Book link available below:






“Sports Talk” Guest ESPN College Basketball Analyst Jimmy Dykes author “The Film Doesn’t Lie: Evaluating Your Life One Play at a Time”

Doug Miles talks with ESPN College Basketball broadcaster and former Coach Jimmy Dykes about his book “The Film Doesn’t Lie: Evaluating Your Life One Play at a Time”. Book link at www.coachjimmydykes.com






“Sports Talk” with Don Henderson and Doug Miles guest WENG’s Rich “Spitz” Spedaliere






“Sports Talk” guest Basketball Hall of Fame Exec. Pat Williams author “Lead Like Walt”

Doug Miles and Don Henderson talk with basketball Hall of Fame Executive and co-founder of the Orlando Magic Pat Williams about his book “Lead Like Walt: Discover Walt Disney’s Magical Approach to Building Successful Organizations”. Plus, Pat’s proposal to bring baseball to Orlando (Orlando Dreamers). We also hear from Baltimore Orioles Manager Brandon Hyde at spring training in Sarasota and Don meets up with Pete Rose in Las Vegas.






“Sports Talk” Guest Sam Carchidi author “The Big 50: Philadelphia Flyers”

Don Henderson and Doug Miles talk with sportswriter Sam Carchidi about his book “The Big 50: Philadelphia Flyers, The Men and Moments that Made the Philadelphia Flyers” (Triumph Books) on “Sports Talk”. We also give some thoughts on the Super Bowl.






“Sports Talk” Guest J.J. Kapp Author “Joe Kapp, The Toughest Chicano”

Doug Miles and Don Henderson talk with J.J. Kapp, the son of legendary Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Joe Kapp about his book “Joe Kapp, The Toughest Chicano”. This is the 50th anniversary of Super Bowl IV where Joe led the Minnesota Vikings against the Kansas City Chiefs. Book link https://www.joekappbook.com/about-the-toughest-chicano