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Audacy Adds ''Stacey King's Gimme The Hot Sauce'' Podcast


''Stacey King's Gimme The Hot Sauce''
''Stacey King's Gimme The Hot Sauce''

Audacy has partnered with "Stacey King's Gimme the Hot Sauce" podcast with Mark Schanowski & Friends, adding the show to its 2400Sports podcast studio portfolio. The show will be available on the Audacy app. WSCR-AM (670 The Score)/Chicago will support the podcast through on-air promotion featuring King.

After winning three rings as the center with Michael Jordan and the Bulls, King became a coach, voice of the Bulls, hot sauce king of Chicago and podcaster to share his stories, humor and insight about sports, movies and life with a style only a champion could provide. Every week, King entertains listeners with his thoughts on sports and current events, sharing inside stories and unique viewpoints from a group of sports experts while having a few brews, a few guests and a ton of fun.

Celebrity guests have included NBA stars and legends Trae Young, Kenny Anderson and Dominique Wilkins; Chicago Bears greats Jim McMahon and Anthony 'Spice' Adams; MMA stars TJ Dillashaw and Curtis 'Razor' Blaydes; MLB all-star shortstop Carlos Correa; ESPN analysts Jay Bilas and Michael Wilbon; comedian Arie Spears and more.

"We're delighted to add Stacey King's wildly entertaining podcast to 2400Sports' growing network of NBA content," said Audacy's 2400Sports Vice President and Executive Producer Lena Moss Glaser. "This show is a must-listen for Bulls fans and Chicagoans everywhere, and we're looking forward to delivering it to our listeners each week."

"I'm pleased to announce a partnership with Audacy and 2400Sports to grow the show and bring many more listeners to our insightful and entertaining podcast," added King. "We have great guests and add a lot of humor to our analysis which is what makes it so much fun. Audacy will be a great partner in reaching many more fans, especially as Chicago builds the Bulls, Bears, Cubs, Blackhawks and Sox into champions."

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