ST. LOUIS — 5 On Your Side's Sports Plus Podcast leans on decades of St. Louis sports knowledge to dissect, analyze, debate, storytell and add historical context to the sports topics captivating the fans of the St. Louis metro area.

In the sixth episode of the Sports Plus Rewind, we look back on an interview with one of the most legendary figures in all of sports history. The great coach John Wooden visited the Sports Plus couch back in 1995 when the McDonald's All American Game was in town for a chat with Mike Bush. 

Mike and producer Corey Miller look back on that interview where Wooden talked about how he approached the game of basketball, what really mattered to him, what he thought of the game in 1995 and how he was able to build a relationship with Bill Walton at UCLA. Download, subscribe, rate and review! 

Watch: Mike Bush and John Wooden 1995 Sports Plus interview

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From Cardinals to the Blues, Mizzou to locals excelling on the big stage of the NBA, the Sports Plus Podcast has you covered.

It’s hosted and produced by digital producer and digital sports reporter Corey Miller and features a rotation of guests, including Frank Cusumano, Mike Bush, Ahmad Hicks and others.

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