In The Front Row
By Shereen Rayan
About this podcast
IntheFrontRow, The best view of the sport, Here is the podcast of the Sport's Matches.

Episodes (Total: 27 / Page: 1)
June 22, 2017
Metta World Peace, a Queensbridge New York Native took on Skylar Astin, an actor, and singer who is known for his role on Pitch Perfect one and two, on Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle show and it was fantastic! You I go nuts for anything that happens in this world with my FLOAT, favorite Laker of all time. So I could not resist writing about this latest appearance on Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle. In round one, the first song Metta chose was Insane in the Membrane, because, “I’m kinda crazy, you know what I mean?” said Peace. In round two, the two contestants step it up a notch…both were worried about crapping their pants, haha. There is choreography, costumes, make-up, and pressure, “It’s going to be on point, just like Michael Jackson, ” said Peace, “It’s like all about the fourth quarter, game seven, I hope that I don’t crap my pants when I get out there,” Peace performed to Katy Perry’s Roar!  “This is definitely a miniskirt, they trying to say it’s not, it’s a miniskirt!” Astin dressed up in drag like Fergie and sang Milk Money. It wasn’t pretty but he won, probably because it took more guts? Who knows. But Metta […]
June 21, 2017
In the Front Row – The Best Views in Sports caught up with Devon Dotson, a Point Guard out of North Carolina to talk about his interest in Arizona Basketball
June 21, 2017
On the eve of one the biggest trades in the offseason, Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka traded D’Angelos Russell to the Brooklyn Nets for Brook Lopez and pick No. 27 in the first round – we talk about who we want for the No. 2 pick and lots more…some things you didn’t know about Jordan Bell…
June 20, 2017
In The Front Row – The Best Views in Sports. We had a chance to watch Class of 2019 Cassius Stanley a Shooting guard from Harvard-Westlake and talk to him after the Pangos All-American Camp.
June 16, 2017
In the Front Row – The Best Views in Sports were fortunate to be front and center to enjoy Arizona Basketball Wildcat Ira Lee in the Ballislife AAG and The Drew League (Thank you to Sam and The Drew League for their footage) Ira also played alongside Oregon State Beaver Ethan Thompson
June 16, 2017
In The Front Row – The Best Views in Sports. We got a chance to watch Charles Bassey at the Pangos All American Camp. After his game Shereen Rayan spoke with him about his scholarship offers and who he mirrors his game after. Akili Tate Made this Flick
June 16, 2017
On this week’s episode, hosts Chris Rodriguez and Devin White talk about the circus that is Mayweather Vs. McGregor and the negative impact it will have on boxing. We also dive in NBA rivalries, new and old; as well as the NBA draft. #BlueCollarSports is available on Soundcloud, iHeartRadio and iTunes. Find them Twitter @BlueCollarSprts <iframe width=”100%” height=”450″ scrolling=”no” frameborder=”no” src=”https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/328315897&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true”></iframe>
June 16, 2017
By Danny Kohan They say the third time’s the charm. Not the second, not the fourth, but the third. Why? I have no freaking clue. They just do. The Los Angeles Lakers are hoping that this random old adage holds true, as they prepare to make the number two pick in the NBA Daft for the third consecutive season on Thursday, June 22nd at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Yes, the Barclays Center, the saddest venue possible for such an event. Where fans of the home team Nets will get to up close and personally experience the awkward gut-wrenching vomit-inducing feeling of being present at their long-time ex-girlfriend’s wedding. Consensus number one overall pick, Markelle Fultz, should have been there’s. To have and to hold from that day forward, to love and to cherish till free agency do them part. Instead, as Fultz’ name is announced by the Warlock of Qarth Commissioner Adam Silver, they’ll be sitting there silently fidgeting, at that weird singles table next to Lil Dicky, a single tear rolling their cheek, while Danny Ainge caresses Fultz’ back and glances back at them with that evil patronizing shit-eating Danny Ainge grin. A top two selection in the […]
June 16, 2017
In The Front Row – Where you get the Best Views in Sports – DISCOUNTED ARIZONA WILDCATS GEAR CLICK HERE We went to the 2017 BallisLife All-American Game and interviewed two of the Arizona Basketball 2017 class, Ira Lee & Brandon Randolph, and boy did they dominate the game. Look forward to some dunks Wildcats fans!
June 16, 2017
In the Front Row, The Best Views in Sports went to The Ballislife All-American Game to catch all the action with Arizona Wildcats Ira Lee and Brandon Randolph, and we were NOT DISSAPOINTED! Bear Down!
June 15, 2017
  If someone told you to buy a fight for a hundred dollars between an undefeated champion, who’s regarded as one of the ten best fighters ever versus a fighter with zero boxing experience would you buy it? Well, that is what we have here. Floyd Mayweather, the undefeated boxing genius will face off against MMA superstar Conor McGregor, who has zero boxing experience. Yes, zero experience. Floyd Mayweather, although 49-0, has made a career of choosing opponents at the right time and when he knows he has the clear advantage. Despite what many Mayweather fanatics think, he is has been very smart and strategic about who and when he fights. On top of that, he is immensely talented and hands down the greatest defensive fighter in the history of boxing. He has done it once again and has managed to fool the fans once more. The challenger, Conor McGregor is seen by many as the face of UFC and an invincible-like fighter with knock power in both hands. Now he is in a whole different world. Different rules apply, different equipment, technique and a handful of other things play a factor. In this case, McGregor has simply bit off way more than […]
June 8, 2017
By Danny Kohan The 2016 NBA Finals rematch between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors pulled off what movie executives would deem to be an extremely rare feat, a sequel that not only lived up to the hype, but greatly surpassed the quality of the original. While the Cavs lost to the Warriors in six games in their first Finals match-up, they made the series much closer and much more entertaining than expected, considering they were without the services of both Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving for the majority of the contest. With both teams at full strength for the 2016 rematch, the sports media hype machine went into full effect, endlessly building up the event and touting it as the ultimate Hollywood Summer Blockbuster. A film for the whole family to enjoy. A sequel with more star power, more story lines….more shit blowing up. This was LeBron’s chance to finally deliver a championship for the city of Cleveland, a hardcore fan base that had witnessed unspeakable things and suffered far more heartache than any man, woman or child ever deserves. This was the Cavs opportunity to not only gain vengeance for their 2015 Finals loss, but to dethrone a squad […]
May 25, 2017
In March of 2013, Sports Illustrated named NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell the most powerful man in sports. For the cover shot, they chose an image of Mr. Goodell sitting atop the infamous “Iron Throne” from HBO’s hit show Game of Thrones (which was about to premier its third season). Oh, how apt that photo turned out to be. Roger Goodell, a man who rules the NFL with an iron first, sitting on the “Iron Throne.” It’s almost too perfect. On the television show, the Throne was forged from 1,000 swords that had been surrendered in a previous great war and melted down by the fiery breath of a dragon. Goodell, on the other hand, amassed great power and wealth (over $150 million as commissioner) on the melted down head’s of thousands and thousands of concussed former players. At the time of the photo, Goodell had already faced harsh criticism for the way he mishandled multiple issues around the League including: the referee strike of 2012, the concussion issue and the Saints “Bountygate” scandal. The man had become a walking case study on how NOT to handle a crisis. USA Today even released a poll in 2013 saying that he had just […]
May 20, 2017
In The Front Row – The Best Views in Sports with Shereen Rayan and Devin Hollier (Videographer Zack Missioreck) covered the Ballislife All-American Game and got the chance to talk to Bruins to be Jaylen Hands, Jalen Hill, and NBA Draftee TJ Leaf – we talk Adidas, Lamello Ball, Chris Wilkes, and more
May 17, 2017
In The Front Row Hosts – Shereen Rayan, Chris Rodriguez, and Danny Kohan Discuss the 2017 NBAIn The Front Row Hosts – Shereen Rayan, Chris Rodriguez, and Danny Kohan Discuss the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery, reaction and what’s next?
May 16, 2017
I grew up Spoiled. I grew up listening to the fast-paced enthusiastic (and often times comedic) voice of Chick Hearn describing every square inch of the game in front of me. I grew up with short-shorts and James Worthy goggles. In the Forum with seventeen five o’ five. With a trim and still lucid Jack giving players high-fives. With Dr. Buss. With Chick and Stu on the mic. I grew up hating the Celtics, with the only Green I could stand being A.C. I grew up with the joyful bounce and heart-racing anticipation of a Magic Johnson led fast break. With the sheer glee of a no-look pass and a smoother than silk “Big Game” James one-handed finish. With a bouncy Byron Scott perfectly aligned pull-up jumper and those sick sick hops…hops that Magic would routinely put to good use. I grew up with A.C. Green crashing the boards. Post Soul Glo jheri curl, but still celibate, cherry firmly unpopped, infused with a relentless Rodman-like get-the-fuck-out-of-my-way hustle. (Two guys who, by the way, as similar as their play was on the court, couldn’t possibly have been any more different off of it). With “The True Point God” Magic Johnson, utilizing […]
May 15, 2017
May 10, 2017
In the Summer of 2015, a single snapshot captured the imagination of the sporting world. There it was, in all its glory: LeBron James, Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade, three of the all-time greats at their position, sitting on a banana in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Simple, yes. But, oh, oh so mesmerizing. The fact that Wade’s wife, a famous actress in her own right, Gabrielle Union, also made an appearance, well that was the TMZ cherry on the banana split. That photo didn’t just spread throughout the normal NBA enthusiast corners of the internet, no, it spread like raging wildfire, through every crease, crack and ungodly crevasse of the internets. I’m talking Game of Thrones level, destroy every social media platform in its path, wildfire. (There’s a spoiler alert in there somewhere). Just take another look at that picture: They were all smiles then, not a care in the world. Living it up in the sunshine. Sitting on a Banana in the Bahamas with your Buddies. Now, that’s a great tagline. In fact, once Lavar Ball’s Big Baller Brand is forced to file for bankruptcy, and he is obliged to forego that Triple B logo, LeBron should claim […]
May 10, 2017
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May 9, 2017
The Arizona Wildcats took on the Stanford Cardinal at Bear Down Beach and Zona Zealots Contributor David Rosen was there to catch the action. Watch the full episode.