· Talk show host in Los Angeles for 15 years.
· Twice named “Los Angeles’ Best Sports-Talk Show Host” by the Los Angeles Daily News.
· Covered every team in the L.A. area and did pre and post game shows for the Dodgers and UCLA sports.
· Broke the story about Shaq coming to the Lakers in 1996 and also broke the story about UCLA basketball coach Jim Harrick getting fired in 1997. Both stories were picked up by CNN and the local CBS station sent crews for an interview.
· Was a high school all-state basketball player, also played in college and was a high school coach for five years.
· Was once picked up in the air by a playful Shaq and lifted over his head after I ripped him on the air one day.
· Run the most successful sports website in Los Angeles, TheSportsgod.com, where I write a column every day, handicap games and have a staff of writers contributing once per week. It’s like picking up a sportspage every morning.
· I’m best known for being opinionated and “bringing it” everyday, which has me in trouble most of the time. My motto is “It’s better to have an opinion and be wrong than not to have an opinion.”
· I’ve been chased out of most local locker rooms by angry athletes after things I’ve said on the radio.
· I once said on the air that new Monday Night Football sideline reporter Lisa Guerrero was “only in the business because she was pretty” and she actually found me one day at Staples Center and went off. She was furious and told me off for about five minutes. She demanded an apology and I told her I’d give ger one if she could point out one thing I said which wasn’t true. She stormed off, never to speak to me again. Somehow, my career managed to continue, despite that devastating setback!
· My nickname is “The Sportsgod,” because of my supposed knowledge of sports and uncanny ability to predict games and the point spreads!
· I immediately hang up on any caller who refers to a team as “us” or “we.” Whenever a caller says “We won,” I correct him and say, “No, THEY won. You watched.”