Play-by-play announcer and morning radio host Kate Scott

Before calling her first NBA game, Kate Scott from 95.7 The Game spent some time with Dave to offer her thoughts on the opportunity to wind down Women’s History Month. The co-host of the Morning Roast describes how the shot with the Warriors came about along with the challenges of doing a new morning show during a pandemic–establishing rapport with her co-workers through Zoom. Scott embraces the responsibility of being a role model for other women aspiring to break into the business and joy of being the owner/mother of Piper the rescue dog.

Kate Scott from 95.7 The Game makes her NBA play-by-play debut

 
 
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March 29, 2021

Kate Scott from 95.7 The Game makes her NBA play-by-play debut

"For a number of years, you're lucky if you're even breaking even let alone making any money. I still remember saying 'yes' to high school sideline up in Sacramento for $125. So after I would drive there and back with the gas and whatever cheap fast food I was buying that day., I'd get ready in a Target of Bed Bath and Beyond bathroom.....and just having one more thing to put on the resume reel. One more practice because it's all about the reps."
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Why Chris Filippi Embraced Challenge of 48 miles in 48 hours.

"Every day you've got to get yourself up. You've got to use that drive to...answer the bell. And that's one of the things that appealed to me about the 4 x 4 x 48 is that essentially what your doing is--you're not taking a punch. You're not in a ring. But there are similarities to a boxing match in that you need to answer the bell not once, not twice, but you need to do it twelve times."
July 11, 2020

KCBS’ Steve Bitker Beyond the Box Score: From Food to Trump

Like many during the COVID-19 pandemic, Steve Bitker has adjusted to working from home to be a continued radio presence on KCBS each morning from the […]
February 8, 2019

Bill Herenda’s Hollywood Breatkthrough

"If you're not nervous, that's a problem...Pressure is a privilege. I think that may have been Billie Jean King. And to really understand that and get after it, it's really important. And I think there's a balance, too. Of recognizing you are enough, too. And that's what Jenna Fischer talks about in her book that sometimes you don't have to be over the top--that you are enough."
November 19, 2018

Fuel for the Fire: Inside the drama at Golden State and a look at the NBA with Bill Herenda

"I think it's foolish to believe that teams don't have some type of dysfunction within them regardless of their record and place in the standings. And this, obviously has gone public But I feel this is more trending toward a bump in the road than an implosion because those guys realize how special it is what they have and I think they'll be hungry to rekindle it and get back to that level of play soon.
November 18, 2018

Beyond Bending: Yoga Pro Looks to Heal the World

"You have to learn to see yourself. You're hiding something. And not just the physical body. We're talking about everything goes on internally. The emotional body. That's why we go there--to heal, really because the yoga is really mental work.