Harvey Araton, formerly of the New York Times, has covered sports in New York for more than four decades, and is also the acclaimed author of two memorable tomes: “Driving Mr. Yogi: Yogi Berra, Ron Guidry and Baseball’s Greatest Gift,” a New York Times best-seller in 2012, and “When the Garden was Eden,” a remembrance of the Knicks’ titles in the 1970s that became an ESPN 30 for 30 film.
On the latest edition of The Bank Shot, Araton joins host John Schmeelk to discuss his latest work, “Our Last Season,” which chronicles the friendship between himself and fellow MSG mainstay Michelle Musler. Araton and Schmeelk also dip into today’s Knicks, a look at James Dolan’s issues as owner, the role of the media these days in NBA reporting, and much more.
Listen below, and, as always, check out the archives for past episodes!
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