The NBA was one of the first dominoes to fall on March 11, when Rudy Gobert's positive test halted the league's season, and ultimately, sports. Now, it plans its return in a Disney World bubble. This week on Talkback, Adam Schein, John Jastremski and Noah Eagle explain what that return looks like and what it means to those inside and outside the basketball world.
Adam Schein, Syracuse class of 1999, is a sports radio host for Sirius XM and CBS Sports. He chats with Max Chadwick about his thoughts on the NBA's return, its importance in society and his favorite WAER memories.
John Jastremski graduated from SU in 2010 and now can be heard on WFAN in New York City. Jastremski, in his conversation with Brandon Ross, explains how sports talk radio continues without games to talk about.
Noah Eagle became the voice of the Los Angeles Clippers less than one year after leaving school, and his first season in the NBA has been on pause since March. Noah talks with Jenna Fink about calling the restart games from afar and the best game he called at Syracuse.