Talking Cedric Jackson with Project Spurs

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Last night I was interviewed by ProjectSpurs.com during their Spurscast Live post-game show following the Spurs-Knicks game. (San Antonio won 97-87.) Anyway, they wanted me to share my expertise on Cedric Jackson and discuss what kind of player the Spurs were getting. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the first few minutes of my interview are cut off from the archived podcast, but the good news is that my Skype recorded the full thing.

So I uploaded it in two parts to YouTube, which you can listen to below. Much thanks to Michael De Leon and everyone at Projec tSpurs for having me on the show:

Part 1


Part 2







I also shared some thoughts on the Spurs' call-up of Cedric Jackson with Kurt Helin of NBC's ProBasketballTalk blog.

In other news, my weekly post is up on D-League Digest today. With March Madness just around the corner, I examine the D-League standings like a bracketologist and offer my playoff projections. For the full article, click on over to D-League Digest.

2 comments:

sa2ny2004 said...
March 11, 2010 at 7:46 PM  

Hey Matt. This is Jeff, Co-Founder of Project Spurs. Awesome interview and appreciate you taking time to do this for the site.

Oh and one more thing, NICE SITE! Love the look. Keep up the good work and we want you to keep coming back to Project spurs for all our D-League news

Matt Hubert said...
March 11, 2010 at 10:49 PM  

Thanks Jeff, I appreciate the kind words, and I look forward to further collaboration in the future.

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Blog Talk BayHawk is an unofficial Erie BayHawks blog covering the NBA D-League. It features opinions and information about the NBADL and the Erie BayHawks. Blog Talk BayHawk is written from a basketball fan’s perspective to fill In the gaps left by professional journalists’ coverage of BayHawks basketball and the Erie professional basketball scene.

Matt Hubert is a 25-year-old writer and basketball fanatic born and raised in Erie, Pa. He graduated from Mercyhurst College in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in English and a dual concentration in writing and creative writing. Matt's not wavering from his stance as a lifelong Los Angeles Lakers fan, but he will cover the BayHawks' NBA affiliates in Cleveland and Toronto when it makes sense to do so throughout the year.

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