"Second Chance" - Bill Schoening & Friends album.
More information about the album here.
Bill surrounded by his stats man, Walter Stoops and the radio network engineer, Eddie Morris.
When former Spurs forward Malik Rose accepted the 76ers' offer to be their full time television analyst, it was a homecoming for Rose, who was born and raised and played college ball in the City of Brotherly Love.
As much as Rose loves his hometown and enjoys his gig (he's now in his second season) Rose makes no bones about it: he misses San Antonio. When the Sixers came to town last week for a game with the Spurs, Malik's schedule was hectic.
"Even though I was born in Philly, this is home too", says Rose, who played eight seasons with the Silver and Black. "Everyone has always been great here. I am just always upset that I don't have enough time to spend with everybody. My TV producers (with the Sixers) are awesome. They allowed me to skip our pregame production meeting because they knew I had so many people to greet and say hello to. It's always that way here."
As soon as I completed my pregame radio interview, Rose was whisked off to do another interview, and then it was time to sign a few autographs and shake a few more hands. For Malik Rose, Philadelphia is not the only city for brotherly love. There is plenty of that in San Antonio as well.