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Posted at 3:12 PM ET, 01/13/2011

Post Sports Live makes its debut

By Washington Post editors

LaVar joined Dan Steinberg, Cindy Boren and host Jonathan Forsythe on this week's webcast to discuss, among other things, what's wrong with the Georgetown men's basketball team, whether it's good for the Capitals to be in a fight for their division and this weekend's NFL playoff games.

Beginning January 18, Post Sports Live will stream live on washingtonpost.com every Tuesday at noon and be archived at washingtonpost.com/postsportslive.


By Washington Post editors  | January 13, 2011; 3:12 PM ET
Categories:  Post Sports Live  
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Comments

HOLY SPIT!

Upgrade? That place is freaking unbelievable!

LOVE the floor with the WP on it. Did you people know we're in a recession? This must have been made during the last Bubble.

Only Bubble fever could have prompted this design.

It does look "cold," though. It looks a bit sterile and cold. I think you could go a lot more "intimate," frankly. I mean, it IS a serious upgrade, especially considering your last set looked like an interrogation room down at the local police station.

Good Cop, Bad Cop, Cindy, and Scratchy Throat Steinberg.

Posted by: Thinker_ | January 14, 2011 5:05 AM | Report abuse

Nice to see you guys back--had a little trouble finding it. The set looks like something from that TV show "V", pretty spacious, impracticably so even. The sports nerds and Lavar make it fun and interesting, so I liked the new digs just fine.

Posted by: payo1 | January 16, 2011 2:11 AM | Report abuse

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