High schools and high school sports across Washington are closed for the school year, but the Scorebook Live Today podcast has ramped things up.
Each weekday, analyst Dan Dickau is interviewing a special guest from across the sports and entertainment spectrum. Dickau hopes to both entertain and provide perspective to understand how uniquely sports can prepare one for a wide array of things.
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On Friday, former NBA player and Washington State standout Craig Ehlo joins. Ehlo was a 14-year NBA vet who played seven seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Ehlo averaged more than 10 points for five consecutive seasons, and was caught in the crosshairs of the ESPN documentary “The Last Dance,” when Michael Jordan hit his career-defining shot over the outstretched hands of Ehlo in the 1989 playoffs. He played for George Raveling at Washington State. Ehlo now lives in Spokane.
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