54 min

Awful Announcing Podcast Episode 55 - Adam Amin Awful Announcing Podcast

    • Sports

5:30 - In Watching "The Last Dance," when did the early memories of being a kid in Chicago watching the Bulls kick in?
7:35 - Did he ever try to emulate any 1990s Bulls when he was hooping it up?
8:42 - How and when did his father, as a Pakistani immigrant, become a huge Chicago sports fans?
10:36 - Their shared love of sports despite never going to a game in-person together
12:53 - The story of a really beautiful connected moment between his dad, him, and Steve Kerr
19:22 - How he views the series through the lens of his family/memories of watching the Bulls as a kid
22:18 - Did the documentary change his perspective at all of the 1990s Bulls?
24:50 - Does he envision more accessibility from teams and players in the future?
29:10 - Did he felt like there was anything left out from "The Last Dance" worth telling?
32:00 - On his competitiveness level and the feeling of having to outwork everyone in his path
37:33 - Is there a way to stay fresh as a broadcaster amidst COVID-19?
40:29 - Any surprise that both the NFL and CFB have operated with a "business as usual" mindset
44:00 - On how he ended up at FOX from ESPN / the relationships he's made at ESPN
48:10 - Nerding out on sports theme music, and now having Roundball Rock (NBA on NBC theme) as a broadcaster on FOX
50:40 - A petition to get the original MLB on FOX music back for FOX baseball

5:30 - In Watching "The Last Dance," when did the early memories of being a kid in Chicago watching the Bulls kick in?
7:35 - Did he ever try to emulate any 1990s Bulls when he was hooping it up?
8:42 - How and when did his father, as a Pakistani immigrant, become a huge Chicago sports fans?
10:36 - Their shared love of sports despite never going to a game in-person together
12:53 - The story of a really beautiful connected moment between his dad, him, and Steve Kerr
19:22 - How he views the series through the lens of his family/memories of watching the Bulls as a kid
22:18 - Did the documentary change his perspective at all of the 1990s Bulls?
24:50 - Does he envision more accessibility from teams and players in the future?
29:10 - Did he felt like there was anything left out from "The Last Dance" worth telling?
32:00 - On his competitiveness level and the feeling of having to outwork everyone in his path
37:33 - Is there a way to stay fresh as a broadcaster amidst COVID-19?
40:29 - Any surprise that both the NFL and CFB have operated with a "business as usual" mindset
44:00 - On how he ended up at FOX from ESPN / the relationships he's made at ESPN
48:10 - Nerding out on sports theme music, and now having Roundball Rock (NBA on NBC theme) as a broadcaster on FOX
50:40 - A petition to get the original MLB on FOX music back for FOX baseball

54 min

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