Andrew Mulligan

Andrew Mulligan is host of The Crowd Goes Wild on Radio Sport and Prime TV.

Sports
Mar 12, 2018

Holy shit: the Blues and the Warriors just won on the same weekend

On Saturday the Warriors beat the Rabbitohs in a game of rugby league. On Sunday the Blues beat the Lions at rugby union. Today, Andrew Mulligan reports on a miracle.

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Sports
Feb 28, 2018

The Breakers success came from having the best owners in New Zealand sports

The New Zealand Breakers have announced a new ownership group including two former NBA players. It's yet another example of the Breakers outperforming the Warriors in Auckland's professional sports scene, writes Andrew Mulligan. 

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Sports
May 31, 2016

7 reasons Steven Adams' OKC Thunder won't win Game 7: An elaborate reverse-jinx

The time time has come to bid farewell to the Oklahoma City Thunder, who will definitely lose Game 7 of the NBA's Western Conference finals today, writes Andrew Mulligan.

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Sports
Apr 30, 2016

Good news! This isn’t the most depressing Warriors season ever (yet)

This Warriors season seems to be shaping up as a disaster, but still has a way to go before it’s officially worse than 2004, writes Andrew Mulligan..

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Sports
Apr 14, 2016

Which historic NBA game should you watch today? A Spinoff guide

Should you watch the Warriors’ try to capture the all-time NBA wins record, or see Kobe wheeze out the last breaths of his storied NBA career? Andrew Mulligan makes the call.

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Sports
Mar 2, 2016

Why All Blacks vs Wallabies has nothing on Breakers vs Wildcats

The Crowd Goes Wild’s Andrew Mulligan explains why the NBL finals match-up is the best rivalry in Australasian sport.

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Sports
Feb 20, 2016

Is Brooklyn just an apprenticeship for Sean Marks before he returns to Texas?

Sean Marks' elevation to Brooklyn Nets GM was seen by most New Zealanders as deeply unfortunate. But when Andrew Mulligan interviewed him he caught a hint that it's part of a bigger plan...

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