Noah Eagle talks about being the son of an icon in Ian Eagle, his chance to call the NFL on Nick and the LA Clippers being back.
Bobby Manning opens with some thoughts on the Derek Chauvin murder conviction in the death of George Floyd and the impact of it and last summer's protests, two different things. Then, Clippers broadcaster Noah Eagle joins Dome Theory to talk about being one of the youngest broadcasters in the NBA, the son of a broadcasting legend in Ian Eagle and how that influenced his approach. He weighed in on this year's Clippers, the Rajon Rondo addition, the hardest MVP race to decide ever and why he's more impressed by Jayson Tatum than any other player he's covered in his young career. Eagle also remembered calling the Bears-Saints playoff game last season on Nickelodeon and what the risk could mean for the future of sports broadcasting after it proved to be a massive success.