Tim Kawakami is one of the most respected sports writers in the nation and a leading voice in the Bay Area. With his wealth of connections, he lands top-notch guests on the TK Show and produces absolutely must-listen interviews.
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TK is joined by his Warriors Plus/Minus host Marcus Thompson to discuss the state of the Warriors.
TK sits down with 8 time NBA Champion (3: Head Coach, 5: Player) Steve Kerr!
Warriors owner Joe Lacob joins TK!
Tim Kawakami has his first return guest on this iteration of the TK Show in the form of Mr. Moneyball himself, Billy Beane. Billy opens up on Sean Manaea’s surgery, the thought process of starting relievers/bringing in starters later than usual and the reported locker room frustration at this unconventional take on pitching. Beans also reflects
Tim Kawakami is joined by the alter ego of the Internet-famous “Radio Ethan’” and senior writer for The Athletic, Ethan Strauss. First up, Ethan gives his Strauss-ian outlook on a team (and sport) that’s relatively new to him in the Oakland A’s before diving into the piece he wrote for The Athletic that talks in
Tim Kawakami is joined by a recent pick up of The Athletic, Michael Lombardi, to talk everything football. Lombardi talks being surrounded by some of the best football minds ever to start his career, the happenings with the Oakland Raiders involving Khalil Mack and Jon Gruden before popping over to the other side of the
Tim Kawakami is joined by San Francisco Giants CEO, Larry Baer, for a lively conversation on the Giants’ current season, their determination to stay under the competitive balance tax threshold this season, the timing of Buster Posey’s upcoming hip surgery, whether he believes the team can and should add a new marquee star, and whether the
Tim Kawakami is joined by one of the premier sports minds in the business, NBC Sports Bay Area senior insider, Ray Ratto. The duo go wall-to-wall with a compelling conversation about sports GOATs, transcendent Bay Area sports figures, the baseball Hall of Fame voting process and Jon Gruden’s Oakland Raiders. Host: Tim Kawakami Guest: Ray
Tim Kawakami is joined by Oakland A’s manager, Bob Melvin, fresh off bolstering his bullpen with the addition of Fernando Rodney. Melvin talks catering his strategy to the strength of the squad he has, how ownership and the front office have supported this by acquiring all these new players and a little bit of Jim Harbaugh.
Tim Kawakami is on vacation this week but as the old adage goes, “The show must go on!” And go on it does with special guest host Marcus Thompson, senior columnist for The Athletic Bay Area. Marcus welcomes Oakland A’s beat writer for The Athletic (and relatively new Bay Area resident), Julian McWilliams to the
Tim Kawakami is joined by Golden State Warriors general manager, Bob Myers, for a fantastic in-depth conversation right after DeMarcus Cousins’ introductory press conference. TK and Myers touch on a plethora of topics including his reaction to Cousins being labeled a “rental” for the NBA champions, the status of Patrick McCaw’s contract, whether the Warriors
Tim Kawakami is joined by The Athletic Bay Area’s Golden State Warriors beat writer Anthony Slater to chat about a plethora of topics. First, the goings on for the defending champions at Summer League in Las Vegas, the reactions to the DeMarcus Cousins signing and the increasing rumors of Kevin Durant possibly leaving the Warriors
Tim Kawakami is joined by NBC Sports Bay Area’s Ahmed Fareed to dive into the surprising success of the San Francisco Giants this season. The guys discuss Jeff Samardzija’s role upon his return from injury, Madison Bumgarner’s contract status and whether or not the Giants will pursue Bryce Harper in the offseason.
Tim Kawakami ventures down to Levi’s Stadium for a brick by brick chat with San Francisco 49ers general manager, John Lynch. Lynch opens up on everything Jimmy Garoppolo, the team’s current talent level and the drama that was the Reuben Foster saga.
Tim Kawakami is joined by a smorgasbord of elite NBA minds as Adrian Wojnarowski, Chris Haynes and Zach Lowe all come on to chat everything surrounding the 2018 NBA Finals.