Thursday, October 29, 2020

Gabe Ibrahim

Gabe Ibrahim is an attorney and a WNBA reporter who has proclaimed himself a sports historian. His life changed when the Miami Hurricanes were robbed of a national championship in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl and, frankly, he has never recovered. On Ball Through The Ages, you’ll hear him bemoan Miami’s football program, gush over Boris Diaw’s functional thiccness, and make extremely complicated analogies to books and tv shows intended for children.

Alex Lange

Alex possesses a mysterious day-job that is definitely not being a lawyer. He enjoys splitting his allegiance between Ohio State, the Celveland Cavaliers, the New York Yankees, and the New York Jets. (A Thanos-like balancing of obnoxiousness and not-so-loveable losers). He will frequently remind Gabe of the fact that Miami is terrible, obsess over perfectly set screens, and pine for offensive rebounding. He will also do his utmost to use his depressingly detailed knowledge of second and third tier midwestern college towns to make obscure geographical references from his time competing in intercollegiate Speech and Debate.

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