Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Chris Anstey joins "The OT"


Another superb edition of "The OT" has arrived.


This week former NBA but current Melbourne Tiger player Chris Anstey joins us and discusses all facets of his career. He also feels as though the recent tinkering the Tigers did with their roster has them ready for another shot at the title.


Also in this edition Rod and I take a look at this rounds games. What an import round for most playoff bound teams?


And don't forget get we have a few competitions you can enter.


Enjoy!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

You guys are a joke.

JR, get rid of that other fool you with, hes too nerdy and geeky, what a wanker.

Drop the baggage and do it yaself JR.

Anonymous said...

Hey i didnt say that, Anonymous said... is my name.

Thief.

Put your real name in CLint Dogg

Michael from Perth said...

Well I forgot to grab the Podcast before leaving for work this morning so I'll have to wait until I get home again to have a crack at the new trivia question :)

All those who have listened already use your head start well!

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DJ Rod said...

keep tuning in Anon (Clint DAWG) - it doesn't matter if you hate it or not - you count as a download!

We win either way :)

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Michael from Perth said...

Wow I came back expecting more comments and instead found a suite of rubbish that had to be taken out.

Splendid show guys and I've answered the trivia question :)

DJ Rod said...

you're amazing!

Michael from Perth said...

I have to say that this weeks question was a little bit easier because their was a small sample of players who would have played enough games.

Thanks for the props anyway Rod :)