Kris Dunn talks with the Sports Doctor about his first year in the NBA with the Minnesota Timberwolves and being traded to the Chicago Bulls. Dunn is back in New London to celebrate Kris Dunn Day on Friday August 18, with giveaways starting at 2:00 p.m. at 44 Williams Street. They're joined by Dunn's New London basketball teammate Doug Henton and their friend Nae'Quon Sutton. Sutton has kidney failure and needs a transplant. For information on becoming a kidney donor, contact Yale-New Haven Hospital at 866-925-3897.

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Keith talks with New London boxer Cassius Chaney about his boxing career, and gets his opinion on the upcoming bout between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.

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Zig Fracassi of Sirius-XM NFL Radio and Sirius-XM Sports joins Keith to talk about the NBA turning into a soap opera with Kyrie Irving trying to get out of Cleveland and Washington overpaying John Wall. Also, what's worse, being a Jets fan, or a Bills fan?

 

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The Sports Dr Keith O'Brien and the Legend Lee Elci talk MLB all star game, world series predictions and so much more. Icons in Sports, heavy metal bands and Lee's pride for Waterford baseball.

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East Lyme's Todd Donovan joins the Sports Doctor to discuss the best (and worst) pro ballparks in America. Donovan played 11 seasons in the minor leagues, making it as far as Triple-A with the Dodgers and the Orioles, before working with the Rays, the Diamondbacks, and now the Mariners as assistant director of player personnel.

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Joe Zone of WFSB 3 Connecticut joins the Sports Doctor to talk golf and baseball. How did the Travelers Championship start attracting top golfers? And how have the Yankees fallen out of first place?

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Mike Buscetto was a standout high school and college basketball player. Now that his son, Waterford High School junior Mikey Buscetto, is being recruited by college coaches, Mike provides Keith with some insight into AAU basketball and how it affects the college recruiting process. 

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Aaron Torres, senior writer at Fox Sports, joins the Sports Doctor to help diagnose what is wrong with UConn men's basketball and break down the NBA draft. Plus, the Sports Doctor goes head to head with Bryan the intern, who insists Lebron and the Cavs still have a chance in the NBA finals.

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Keith O'Brien and Mike DiMauro preview the CIAC state baseball tournaments and ask, can East Lyme and Waterford repeat their past successes despite their recent failures, who are the ECC sleepers to watch out for in the baseball tournaments, and how does Fitch softball keep winning? Plus, the Sports Doctor gives his pick for the NBA finals and offers some advice for Tiger Woods.

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Keith O'Brien interviews former Norwich Free Academy and University of Connecticut basketball player R.J. Evans about his new position as a graduate assistant at Louisville under Rick Pitino. Keith's second guest is former UConn-Avery Point baseball coach Roger Bidwell, who on Friday will be inducted into the NJCAA Hall of Fame. Also, Keith offers his thoughts on the Celtics' game three win over Lebron James and the Cavaliers.

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