The Basketball Show
The Basketball Show with host Paul Sir. Western Canada’s Only Basketball Exclusive Show every Saturday @ 10:00am
The Basketball Show will feature an exciting blend of local and provincial stories plus national, international, NCAA and NBA hoops topics!
Join Paul as he welcomes guests for exclusive interviews, along with lively discussions about all that is current in the game of basketball.
The Basketball Show airs Saturdays at 10:00am on TSN 1260
Paul Sir is joined by Yvonne Ejim, Edmonton Stingers coach Jermaine Small and Alan Horton the voice of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Basketball Show: November 16: Hour 1
Paul Sir is joined by Denise Dingard the Director of Canada's women's basketball team, and Chuck Cooperstien, the voice of the Dallas Mavericks.
The Basketball Show: November 9: Hour 2
Brian Swane is joined by Ben Krikke and Xavier Moon
The Basketball Show: November 9: Hour 1
Guest host Brian Swane is joined by Bridget Carleton of the Canadian women's basketball team, and Ryan Wolstat of Post media to discuss the Raptors.
Guest host Brian Swane is joined by Paul Sir to discuss FIBA 3x3, Shay Colley of Canada's women's basketball team and Brynn Maskewich of UCLA's women's basketball team.
The Basketball Show: October 26: Hour 2
Paul Sir is joined by Joe Morgan of The Sporting News to discuss Kawhi and the Clippers and Scott Stinson from post media to talk about the Toronto Raptors
The Basketball Show: October 26: Hour 1
Paul Sir is joined by Brandon Brock, assistant coach for the Golden Bears and Stingers, Steve Sir of Team Edmonton 3x3 basketball team and Lisa Thomaidis Head Coach of the Canadian women's olympic basketball team.
The Basketball Show: October 19: Hour 1
Paul Sir is joined by Jordan Baker, Michael DeCourcy of the sporting news to talk NCAA basketball and Brandon Clarke of the Memphis Grizzlies.
Paul Sir is joined by Kyle Alexander of the Miami heat and Nickeil Alexander Walker of the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Basketball Show: October 12: Hour 1
Paul Sir is joined by Brody Clarke of the Edmonton Stingers, Kayla Alexander of Canada's womens basketball team and Mariol Shayak of the Philadelphia 76ers.