Welcome to another edition of Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman Brandon Cohn.

Today's show features a discussion on the Final Four.  We break down both games and pick our National Champion as well.

We talk about the future of UTEP basketball and how next year's recruting class is the best ever in the program's history.  We also discuss Coach Tim Floyd and what his future plans are.

Finally, Greg talks about some of  his NBA experiences including what it was like briefly playing for the Chicago Bulls and participating in pick up games with Michael Jordan.  He also mentions what it was like playing for Phil Jackson, and winning an NBA championship with the 2001 Los Angeles Lakers.

My special thanks to UTEP basketball assistant coach Greg Foster for joining me on today's show.  If you would like to contact Greg you can friend him on Facebook at Greg Foster.

If you would like to contact the Iceman you can email me at, bcohn@krod.com, follow me on Twitter @buddies1023, or friend me on Facebook at Brandon Cohn.  Don’t forget to listen to the Iceman on Crunchtime every Saturday from 10-1pm on 600 ESPN El Paso.

Here is Deep Dish Sports with the Iceman and Greg Foster.

"That's the best thing about the NCAA Tournament is that anybody can get beat on any given night, we've seen that throughout the history of the tournament that David can slay Goliath."

"A lot of people don't know this, but I was actually a Chicago Bull for some time until my nemesis Luke Longley came off the injured list and they released me, so I could be easily sitting here talking to you about 5 or 6 championship rings.  On the flip side when I was in Chicago for a short time I played with guys like Scottie Pippen and pick up with Michael Jordan."