High schools and high school sports across Washington are closed for the school year, but the Scorebook Live Today podcast has ramped things up.
Each weekday, analyst Dan Dickau is interviewing a special guest from across the sports and entertainment spectrum. Dickau hopes to both entertain and provide perspective to understand how uniquely sports can prepare one for a wide array of things.
On Monday, Derek Nesland talks about bringing Evergreen High School (Vancouver) a 1995 state basketball title, playing for up-start Portland State and the many places basketball has taken him. Nesland is the president of Courts for Kids, a nonprofit that partners with communities around the world to bring multi-purpose courts to areas for kids to access sports.
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Special episodes will be released every weekday during the stay-at-home order, in addition to the weekly sports news conversation podcast with reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles released Thursdays.
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