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

Today's show includes a discussion on Lakers late owner Dr. Jerry Buss, and how some called him the "best owner in sports."

We also talked about the International Olympic Committee's unusual decision to get rid of wrestling in the Olympics beginning in 2020.  UTEP basketball including John Bohannon, and their remaining schedule is discussed as well.

We end the show by asking if Michael Jordan should come back and play in the NBA again.

My special thanks to ABC 7 Weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter Asher Wildman for joining me on today's program.  If you would like to contact the Wildman you can email him at, Asher.wildman@kvia.com, follow him on Twitter @Asherwildman7, or friend him on Facebook at Asher Wildman KVIA.  Don't forget to watch the Wildman on ABC 7 every Saturday and Sunday at 6 and 10pm.

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"What's amazing about Jerry Buss the owner is over the last 20 years,we don't talk about Jerry Buss the owner, we talk about the Lakers, we talk about Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal, it's not like he's the Jerry Jones or George Steinbrenner of his sport.  Yes he was darn good at what he did, but what made him so special and so great as an owner, was that he surrounded himself with the right people to do their jobs, and he trusted them to do their jobs."