The Sports Animals

The Sports Animals

Weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m.
They’re wild. They’re lovable. They’re house trained! “The Sports Animals” are guaranteed to liven up your afternoon drive, as Chris Hart and Gary Dickman bring you the latest sports headlines, score updates, commentaries, and interviews with the athletes, coaches and top sports personalities in Hawaii and from around the nation! Call or text 296-1420 to get in on the conversation or chime in on Twitter @SportsAnimals.

Chris Hart and Gary Dickman face off in Sports Trivia to see who really knows more about sports.

Sept. 16 – Josh Pacheco fills in for the guys on this mid-week edition and is still trying to reel over the game 7 loss from te LA Clippers to the Denver Nuggets and why the Clippers may be in trouble. Andrew Perna from Real GM talks about the Clippers and where they could go from here. And in college football, Navy football analyst Joe Miller joins the show and talks about how Navy can bounce back after losing big to BYU to weeks ago.

Sept. 15 – Josh Pacheco fills in for the guys and comes on after an exciting NBA Eastern Conference Finals game one between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics, and discusses how Bam Adebayo’s block on Jayson Tatum could be the best in NBA playoff history. Bryan Fischer from Athlon Sports comes on and talks college football and the Big 10 hot mic news. Also, after blowing a 3-1 series lead in the NBA Western Conference semifinal, is it time for the LA Clippers to make a change?

Sept. 14 – On this start of the work week, Josh Pacheco fills in for the guys and talks about the first Sunday of the 2020 NFL season and what was surprising about it. Dieter Kutenbach from KNBR talks about what happened with the San Francisco 49ers and their loss to the Arizona Cardinals, Eli Botteger from HeatCheck talks college hoops and how the virus is impacting the upcoming season. Also, what’s up with Monday Night Football?

Sept. 11 – The guys come on after game 7 of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinal game between the Raptors and Celtics, and they break down the game and why the Raptors won’t be defending their title this year. Kevin McGuire from Athlon Sports breaks down the college football season and Wayne Takushi makes a stop on the show to talk about North Shore Grinds.

Sept. 10 – The animals come on after the first game of the 2020 NFL season between the Houston Texans and the defending Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs. The guys look at their fantasy rosters as well to see how they did on day one and how the NFL season is shaping up.

Sept. 9 – Josh Pacheco fills in for the guys and comes on after a wild double overtime game 6 of the NBA Easters Conference semi-finals between the Toronto Raptors and Boston Celtics. Bryan Dee talks about the Milwaukee Bucks and where do they go after their early exit from the playoffs, and Joe Arrigo talks about what happened with Marcus Mariota. And what is a special teams kickoff going to look like this year, according to Hank Bauer??

Sept. 8 – Josh Pacheco fills in for the guys after a three day weekend and after a LA Lakers win over the Houston Rockets. But more importantly, Josh highlights the Milwaukee Bucks series loss to the Miami Heat and what it could mean for the future of Giannis and the team. Also, Collin Kaepernick has a Madden 21 rating now. Which notable quarterbacks is he higher than?

Sept. 4 – The guys are back, well at least for this Aloha Friday edition of the show. Eric Pincus from Bleacher Report talks about a Lakers game 1 loss to the Houston Rockets, RJ Ochoa from the SB Nation talks the Dallas Cowboys, and Richie Schuler from ESPN talks college basketball. Also, what Dr. T from Doctors of Waikiki talks the COVID-19 situation, and John Fink gives us all something to think about over the Labor Day weekend.