Woody Wommack

Woody Wommack

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Woody Wommack is an experienced sports journalist that lives in Orlando, Fla. He currently freelances for the Orlando Sentinel on a regular basis, and covers the NBA for Inside Hoops. He's met and/or interviewed many different athletes from all sports, including Michael Jordan, Hulk Hogan, Dwight Howard, Chris Paul, Greg Oden, Brandon Roy, etc. If you'd like to see a certain question asked to an NBA player that will be traveling through Orlando, just sumbit it to Woody via e-mail or message.

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  • Aron Glatzer posted 2331 days ago

    Aron Glatzer

    I think Maarty actually will have the most longevity in the league between him, Bryce and Malik. I'd kind of liken him to a Brian Scalabrine, who can board and shoot as a good role player off the bench.

    I graduated from the UO in 2004, took a sports reporter position at the Klamath Falls Herald and News that winter. After 16 months I decided to move down to the SF Bay Area and started freelancing for the Merc, LA Daily News, Chicago Tribune and others for the past two years. I've been with BR since January.

    Zander Freund is our community director and the guy to touch base with to get features prominently placed in the Beyond the Bleachers section, if that is something you are interested in.

    AG

  • Aron Glatzer posted 2331 days ago

    Aron Glatzer

    Hey man,

    This is Aron Glatzer and I'm a marketing manager for BR.

    I saw your interview with Westbrook and recalled reading your feature on Brook Lopez in the SJ Mercury News last week. We actually have a few things in common. I attended the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication, freelance for the Mercury News and actually once covered an AFL game for the Sentinel.

    Nice to have you on board, and I think you will make a strong asset for our Beyond the Bleachers section, which focuses more on player interviews than opinionated columns.

    Best,
    Aron