Are you ready for the all-new MSG 150 show?
You all know about Bill and Alan, so let’s meet the rest of the team!
John played seven years in the NBA, starting his career with the Knicks in 1996. He also played for the Raptors, Pistons, Suns and Heat. Before the NBA, Wallace was a star at Syracuse and helped the school reach the 1996 National Championship Game his senior year.
Wallace loves talking Knicks and the NBA, and he was a regular on the 2018 MSG show “People Talking Sports*.”
Steve Kerr says the NBA is a better league when the Knicks are one of the top teams in the NBA. Is he right? Sam Morrill, Anthony DeVito, John Wallace and Ron Baker discuss the topic.
A Rochester native, John now calls the Big Apple home and is an Executive Board Member of Heavenly Productions Foundation, a 501c-3 charity based in Armonk, NY, whose mission is to help children in need.
Interesting fact on Wallace: He appeared in the 1998 Spike Lee film, He Got Game!
A former college basketball player at Southern Illinois (the same alma mater as Walt “Clyde” Frazier!), Camron is a two-time Emmy-nominated sports anchor and has an undying passion for sports.
He’s a Chicago native and has covered high school, collegiate and pro sports throughout his career, including working for the Big Ten Network and Overtime.
The sneaker drip continues… pic.twitter.com/jdAOn2bgJG
— Camron Smith (@camronsmith) March 9, 2019
Monica was a standout player and three-year captain for the Georgetown Hoyas from 2007-2011.
She has an extensive background in covering sports, both written and on-camera, and has had her work featured on ESPN and FS1.
— Monica McNutt (@McNuttMonica) March 7, 2019
She’s also a main fixture on Overtime and hosts the podcast Buckets, Boards and Blocks.
Filayyy, Camron Smith and Monica McNutt call the Mario Hezonja block on LeBron James at the end of the Knicks win over the Lakers.
A New Jersey native, Fernando played 107 games for the Tampa Rays in 2008 and 2009. Drafted out of Columbia University in 2004, he was the first latino Ivy Leaguer in MLB history.
Now a baseball analyst, Perez has written for many outlets, including MLB.com, Vice.com and the New York Times, and has also hosted VICELAND’s documentary series Vice World of Sports.
Hailing from Poughkeepsie, Julianne has extensive experience covering basketball for MSG Networks with the New York Liberty and college hoops with ESPN, CBS, the Big Ten Network and the Pac-12 Network.
Everythings bigger in TX & this feisty TX squad won the biggie! Congrats to Coach Gomez & the @LCUWomensBball on the 2OT thriller in the D2 Nat’l Championship!Couldn’t have asked for a more on @CBSSportsNet #D2Champs #NationalChamps #respect #cbs #marchmadness #micdrop🎤 🏆🏀 pic.twitter.com/DeF5TGxE3p
— Julianne Viani (@JulianneViani) March 30, 2019
Julianne was also a standout guard in college at Marist, and in high school was the 2003-04 New York State Player of the Year.
[The MSG 150 Airs Monday-Thursday At 8 PM On MSG Networks & MSG GO.]