This was a half-hour show I hosted looking back at the career of Dwyane Wade, including one-on-one chats with Wade and Pat Riley.
One-on-one chat with Dolphins head coach Brian Flores.
Heat center Bam Adebayo stopped by the set for our Sports Sunday show. The video of my interview is in the link below via Local 10.com.
One-on-one chat with new Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville.
My chat with Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra in between Games 1 and 2 of first round series versus the Sixers. Via Local 10.com.
My chat with Derek Jeter on his expecations for the Marlins before the start of spring training. Via Local 10.com.
I came back home to South Florida when I joined WPLG-Local 10 (Miami) in March of 1999. During my time here, I've kept busy by working in sports, news and even dabbled in entertainment. I am currently the station's sports director.
Although I'm originally from Weehawken, New Jersey, I grew up in South Florida, where most of my family still lives. I'm a proud graduate of the University of Miami with degrees in broadcast journalism and history.
I started my broadcast career as a sports anchor/reporter in Missoula, Montana. After a year in Big Sky land, I went on to work at WOTV in Battle Creek, Michigan as a sports anchor/reporter. Eventually I made my way back home to South Florida.
Since 2013, I've also been a proud member of the television broadcast team for the Miami Heat on Fox Sports Sun.
In my free time, I love going to the gym and talking sports, but most of my activities these days consist of keeping up with my daughters, Katelyn and Eva.
I'm involved in a number of community events and often speak at local schools. I also emcee numerous events throughout the year and am a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Various clips from my work at WPLG-TV and Fox Sports Sun