N The Zone For Week of 05-07-17

Girl Chat Sports and N The Zone: Vegas co-host Melissa Ferris joins the show to talk about the “Big 3” basketball draft that occurred in Vegas along with an update on their show with recent guest Nicole Powell of The Sportstyle.

N The Zone SEASON 2 – Melissa Ferris of Girl Chat Sports 05-07-17

Cecelia Townes of Gladiathers and N The Zone: Atlanta returns to talk everything going down on her website. Keeping you updated on everything women in sports. Touching on Kentucky Derby, tennis, boxing and more.

N The Zone SEASON 2 – Cecelia Townes of Gladiathers 05-07-17

We just can’t seem to go without Liquid Frosting CEO Brendolyn Marie as they discuss more on Mental Awareness Month. Suicide continues to be an issue that most people do not take seriously. So the convo continues on it and they get deep with some personal moments in their lives with family/friends that have ending their life to suicide.

N The Zone SEASON 2 – Brendolyn Marie, CEO of Liquid Frosting 05-07-17

Author Tonya Rush joins “N The Zone” for the first time talking about her fictional writings. How she got started writing, why she loved writing, plus being on social media and how it has beneficial and a little crazy for her and her upcoming projects along with being a sports parent.


An added bonus for your week as Stephanie Washington, the other half of Girl Chat Sports aka N The Zone Vegas talked about how she got acquainted with Girl Chat Sports, her Big 3 Draft experience that included meeting an NBA legend and her thoughts on former Cowboys QB Tony Romo heading into the analyst booth.

N The Zone SEASON 2 – Stephanie Washington 05-11-17



Boston’s Big 3 vs. Miami’s Big 3

So I’m up this morning and I see an intriguing video piece from a friend on Facebook and it showed the differences between the introductions of the Celtics Big 3 and the Heat’s Big 3. It’s a huge difference…It’s pretty much old school vs. the new school. It’s basically the 1990s vs the early 2000s. That’s hard to believe but it’s the truth. No pun intended for Paul Pierce. Only thing I need to see is the real press conference of the Heat. Don’t get me wrong this video speaks volumes between the two franchises. Meaning mostly LeBron’s comments about the title run for the Heat. So far, LeBron is 0-2 in the NBA Finals. But…these franchises are headed in different directions.  I understand that this is season 2 for Miami, and Boston is in season 5 which means that one franchise is going up and the other is falling from grace fast. So far (as of this post and date) Boston is ahead in titles between Big 3s, 1-0. Will that stand? After Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals…you will get your answer. So what’s the real difference? Penny for YOUR thoughts.

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