Holly Madison talks about her Sexy Santa Party on MSL

E! star and Playboy model Holly Madison joined Kevin Cerrito on MSL to talk about her Sexy Santa Party at Horseshoe Casino, her favorite big screen Santa Claus, living at a casino, working at Hooters, and much more.

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Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter host MemphiSport Live (MSL) every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm on Sports 56 WHBQ. MSL was voted 3rd Best Sports Radio Show in the 2010 & 2011 Memphis Flyer Best of Memphis poll. 

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MSL: 12.10.11


Hour 1:

Bill “Superstar” Dundee joins Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter to talk about his new book “If You Don’t Want The Answer, Don’t Ask The Question“, his strip club, the current state of professional wrestling, and much more. Plus the guys discuss the new football coaches at Memphis and Ole Miss, the Grizzlies 2011-12 schedule, Tiger basketball and more during the Starting 5.

Hour 2:

E! star and Playboy model Holly Madison joins Kevin Cerrito to talk about her Sexy Santa Party at Horseshoe Casino, her favorite big screen Santa Claus, living at a casino, working at Hooters, and much more. A first ever “Arnold Schwarzenegger Hotty Toddy impersonation contest” takes over an all new edition of Hang Up & Listen. Plus, the guys discuss Cerrito’s idea for a new Taco Bell menu item and the Super Bowl halftime show during Woohoos and Boos.

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Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter host MemphiSport Live (MSL) every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm on Sports 56 WHBQ. MSL was voted 3rd Best Sports Radio Show in the 2010 & 2011 Memphis Flyer Best of Memphis poll. 

Follow the MSL hosts on Twitter @cerrito @marcus_hunter

 

The Return of the Grizzlies

After a lockout that lasted 149 days, it is time for players to return and do what they love: Play basketball. The Grizzlies captivated the city with their playoff run last year, and are looking forward to returning to the hardwood.

“You do not realize how much you miss it (basketball) until it is taken from you,” Zach Randolph said about the NBA lockout.

“It’s a little different for me,”  Rudy Gay said, who suffered a season ending shoulder injury and was not on the court for the epic run the team made last season. “It is going on ten months now away from organized basketball. This summer I was traveling around trying to find a pick up game… I have not been able to practice in so long so I do not know what to expect,” he said.

The question remains: Will we see the same Rudy Gay that we saw in the 54 games he played in last season. Before Gay’s season ending injury he was averaging 19.8 points and 6.2 rebounds per game. Everybody in the Grizzlies organization is excited to have Gay back, especially Z-Bo. “We got Rudy back and I think that completes our team… last year we got to the second round, game seven, with one of our best players not being there,” Randolph said.

Now that Gay is back to full strength, there is only one big (literally and metaphorically) piece missing to the Grizzlies puzzle, free agent center Marc Gasol. “I hope he is on his way back now,” Mike Conley said when asked about the timeline of Gasol’s return to the team.

Gasol averaged a double-double during last year’s playoff run, and is an integral piece to this year’s team. His size and presence in the middle allows the Grizzlies to pressure the ball on the defensive end. Also, he usually gets to guard the other teams best low post weapon, keeping Randolph out of foul trouble and rested on the offensive end. “Obviously we need Marc… Marc is a big part of our team. We will still be a good team without him, but we will be a great team with him,” Gay said.

Even though they were a game away from being in the Western Conference Finals last year, the Grizzlies still feel like they are not being given the respect that they deserve. “It is obvious,” Gay said, “you have two teams playing on Christmas day who did not even play in the playoffs.”

Conley added, “As a team we will always play with a chip on our shoulder… we are not satisfied with what we did last season. We feel like we could have gone farther.”

The Grizzlies are motivated this year to do more than just make the playoffs and reach the second round. They have their eyes on an NBA championship this year, which is something fans should look forward to seeing, during another exciting season of Grizzlies basketball.

For a look back Grizzlies’ payoff run, check out the Top 5 Everything from the Grizzlies’ Game 6 win over the Thunder, Top 5 Everything from the Grizzlies’ Triple Overtime Loss to the Thunder in Game 4, the Top 5 Everything from the Grizzlies’ Game 3 Overtime Win Over the Thunder , or our Game 1 recap.

Also take a look back at the historic series with the San Antonio Spurs by checking out the Top Five Everything from Game 6, the Top Five Everything from Game 4, the Top Five Everything from Game 3, or our take on the Game 1 win.

For more Playoff fun, check out Shane Battier proves young people no longer  watch Animal House MSL presents “Have Grizzlies PA announcer Rick Trotter say whatever you like”Jerry “The King” Lawler talking Grizzlies on MSLTraveling NBA super fan James Goldstein on MSL,  and the Top 6 Beards of the Playoff Run.

CJ Hurt covers college football and the NBA for MemphiSport. Follow him on Twitter @churtj09.

Photo by Chase Gustafson.

Win Two Grizz Shirts Plus A “Believe Memphis” Headband

NOTE: THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANKS FOR ENTERING.
THE 12 HOLIDAYS OF MEMPHISPORT: SILVERTIP DAY The bears will soon be out of hibernation. We thought for a while that the bears might sleep through the winter, but just in time for Silvertip Day, the bears are coming out of hibernation, just in time to miss the entire Kardashian who-knows-what.

TODAY’S GIVEAWAY: On the sixth day of the 12 Holidays of MemphiSport we give away six gifts. Six lucky commenters will win a a Zach Randolph t-shirt from the Chris Vernon radio show, plus a ‘Believe Memphis’ shirt and headband courtesy of your Memphis Grizzlies. Silvertip Day is here. say it loud and proud.

TO WIN — ANSWER THIS QUESTION: When is the last time you overslept and what did you miss? Was it worth it? Leave your answer in the comments below. Six winners will be picked at random.

THANKS: Much love for our friends Chris Vernon and the Grizzlies. It’s almost time to grind. Season tickets start at $10 per game. And you can get cool Grizz gear from Vernon here. Wear the bear.

WHAT ARE THE 12 HOLIDAYS OF MEMPHISPORT? It is that time of the year again. It is our favorite time of the year. The holidays are upon us. And we at MemphiSport love to show our holiday spirit. This year we have special holiday themed giveaways planned for all 12 days of the most exciting days of the year. 12 days of giveaways. The 12 Holidays of MemphiSport. And you can still win other cool stuff by visiting these pages:

The First Holiday of MemphiSport: Caesar’s Day (Free Harrah’s Tunica stuff)
The Second Holiday of MemphiSport: Boggoween (Free Huey’s stuff)
The Third Holiday of MemphiSport: Drop the Strap Day (Free Memphis Heat stuff)
The Fourth Holiday of MemphiSport: Day of the Bird (Free Redbirds stuff)
The Fifth Holiday of MemphiSport: Memphis Solstice (Starry Nights stuff)