Bradley Lands on 'The Buzz'

by Nate Hinkel  on Monday, May. 14, 2007 12:00 am  

There will be no mistaking the voice of the newest addition at the state's largest all-talk radio station.

Massachusetts native Pat Bradley, a former four-year letterman basketball player for the Arkansas Razorbacks, will add some athletic prowess to "The Zone," a weekday show hosted by Justin Acri on KABZ-FM, 103.7 "The Buzz."

"Pat is a high-energy, hilarious and unique addition to 'The Zone,'" said Acri, program director at KABZ. "He wanted me to add that he has a great body, but I have to try to retain what little credibility I have left."

Acri and Joe Franklin host "The Zone" weekdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bradley was looking for work after the Arkansas RimRockers, Little Rock's NBA Developmental League team, announced last week it was planning to leave Alltel Arena for a new home court in La Crosse, Wis. Bradley was an assistant coach and executive with the team.

Bradley, who was known to have a quick trigger with the basketball and holds the all-time Southeastern Conference record for 3-pointers attempted (915) and made (366), said that will translate into good radio.

"I am also glad that I will be able to shoot off my mouth like I used to shoot the rock -- often and indiscriminately," he said.

Bradley also set an SEC record for drilling at least one 3-pointer in 60 consecutive games and ranks in the top 10 on the NCAA career list for 3-pointers.



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