CPTV Sports’ Game Time Show ran the gamut this week. From basketball to hockey to football.
Though none of them were live, this week’s guests included:
Simsbury boys basketball coach Greg Stillman, who talks about his team’s 12-1 record and star junior E.J. Crawford. “I haven’t seen him, at any point, where he thinks the moment is too big for him. He has that calm, cool collected attitude when he’s on the court.” Simsbury plays New Britain Friday night.
Host John Holt featured Prep 7-foot center Paschal Chukwu. “Being No. 1 puts you on the spot. Everyone wants to take you down. Everyone brings their A-game. We haven’t played an easy game yet. Everybody’s brought their A-game. …That’s how you get to prove if you’re legit or not.”
They also spoke on some of Connecticut’s Letter of Intent football signees
Ervin Philips joined the show to talk about his commitment to Syracuse:
“It feels great. It’s a relief. I’ve put a lot of hard work in just to get to this point. I’ve been waiting for it for a long time. …I felt like I fit in with the coaching staff and the coaching scheme and the whole thing they want to do with me as far as playing offense, in the running back and slot positions.”
Marcus Outlow talked about his commitment to Boston College:
“It’s a blessing. It’s just huge for me and my family for this day to come. I really enjoyed the process and really thankfully of what Boston College offered me and offered my family as well and I’m really excited for it.
“The BC education in itself was a huge standout to me. In case football doesn’t work out, I want a great degree to fall back on in this world to be successful.”
Check it out on CPTV Sports. They broadcast Game Time every Thursday at 7 p.m.