Mike Pesca

Mike Pesca appears in the following:

Always In The Zone, Syracuse Is Hard To Beat

Saturday, April 06, 2013

Any recreational league basketball team, any police athletic league squad and every group of 8-year-olds who wear the same uniform are, on the first or second day of practice, introduced to the 2-3 zone defense.

The coach will say, "On defense, you two short guys stay near the foul ...

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NCAA Men's Men's Basketball Tourney Down To 4

Monday, April 01, 2013

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Deflections: The Unofficial Stat That Measures Success

Thursday, March 28, 2013

The Louisville Cardinals are among the teams dominating at this year's men's Division 1 NCAA basketball tournament, which resumes Thursday night. The team credits harassing, active defense for its wins.

But there's something else at work, too: deflections. The team puts a lot of stock in them, though deflections aren't ...

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Weekend Winners Move On To NCAA's Sweet 16

Monday, March 25, 2013

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One Big Lie

Friday, January 18, 2013

We now know what many have suspected for some time: Lance Armstrong is a liar and a bully and cheat. Bob talks with NPR's Mike Pesca about Oprah's questions and Armstrong's answers during his Thursday night confession on OWN, Winfrey's TV Channel. 

 

David Byrne - Glass, Concrete & Stone

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Mid-Olympics Check-In

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

NPR sports reporter Mike Pesca checks-in from London to talk about this year's Olympic trends, upsets, and the controversial New York Times article on American runner Lolo Jones.

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Badminton's 'Detrimental' Conduct Rule, And Losing On Purpose

Wednesday, August 01, 2012

If the Olympic badminton players could be faulted for anything, it's for not throwing their matches better. Manipulating the draws in tournaments has a long tradition in sport. In the...

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