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

Today's show includes a discussion on the downtown ballpark and how City Hall voted 5-3 to approve $52.8 in bonds to fund the ballpark, and they decided to reject a request for $10 million more.

We also talk about how they officially broke ground to begin building the new ballpark today, and what kind of an impact it will have on El Paso.

We discuss the Eastern Conference Finals and how we feel the ageless Spurs will perform in the Finals.

Beau and I break down the Blackhawks vs. Kings series and the Bruins vs. Penguins series as well.

Finally, we talk about the upcoming Mayweather vs. Alvarez fight.

My special thanks to KTSM/KDBC Assistant Sports Director Beau Bagley for joining me on today's program.  If you would like to contact Beau you can email him at, bbagley@ktsm.com, or friend him on facebook at Beau Bagley Sports.

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 the Iceman and Beau Bagley on Deep Dish Sports.

"First off, we had Major League Baseball representatives in the city of El Paso today, that's never happened before in terms of a downtown stadium.  Had that not been pushed through, we would have never had Major League Baseball representatives, we wouln't have minor league baseball representatives, and wouldn't have had a new future for downtown El Paso as we know it."

"The Spurs are clicking at the right time, this could be their last go around so to speak with their age and team complexity."