The Basketball Broadcast from Beef O’Brady’s

Posted by Andy Durham on December 30, 2008 at 3:29 pm under College, High School, Professional | Read the First Comment

The Basketball Broadcast from Beef O’Brady’s will be back on the net this Wednesday at 4pm. That’s tomorrow at 4 from the Beef O’Brady’s Sports Restaurant on North Elm Street.

We will be setting the stage and putting the final touches on the upcoming basketball tournament from the Coliseum with Coach Robert Kent from Page,(his Pirates face Grimsley on Thursday at 4pm) as our guest. We will also welcome in Coach Freddy Johnson from Greensboro Day, his Bengals are the top seed in the tournament.

Tournament directors/Chairmen Kevin McCoy and Jim Gentry will be on hand to answer any last minute questions that may be popping up as the tournament draws closer.

A full New Year’s Eve of basketball talk from Beef O’Brady’s on Wednesday at 4pm and you can catch it all LIVE or watch it back on tape here at GREENSBOROSports.com. Just click on the Basketball Show at the top of the page and you are on National TV.

Join us along with the great staff at Beef O’Brady’s for the Basketball Broadcast prior to the Tournament coming up this WEDNESDAY AT 4PM.

You will get the Best Basketball in the Business at Beef O’Brady’s. Over 40 TV’s for your sports vieweing pleasure at BEEF’s. BEEF’s a family atmosphere where the kids eat FREE at BEEF’s on Tuesday.

Beef O’Brady’s on North Elm Street just down from the BP Station on the right, and just past the Pisgah Church Road intersection…….

Check out their Ad here at the site on the right and be sure to click on the Basketball Show link at the top of our Home Page on Wednesday at 4pm to see and hear Robert Kent, Freddy Johnson, Kevin McCoy and Jim Gentry.


  • Larry said,

    Grimsley will beat Page by 15 and it won’t be pretty. The Whirlies are set to shock the seeds and finish number one with Manley MVP.

    Most Valuable Period.

    This time it belongs to us Grimsley. Girls last did it last year and it’s the boys turn this year.