Bob Geoghan, the founder of the prestigious Capital Classic All-Star basketball game, and Bruce H. Williams, the former Baltimore Chief of Staff to the mayor, were the guests on the latest edition of ‘In And Out Of Sports’ hosted by D.C. talk show legend Butch McAdams.
In the first hour, Williams talked about how athletics helped to lay a foundation for him that would carry him into his career in corporate America. Williams was a long time executive for IBM. He also served as Chief of Staff to former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh in 2019.
In the second hour, Geoghan talked about founding the Capital Classic in Landover, Md., in 1974. He detailed some of the behind the scenes work over the years it took to put together the nation’s premier All-Star game.
The game has featured future NBA stars from Moses Malone, who played in the first Capital Classic, to LeBron James.
‘In And Out Of Sports’ is sponsored by Horton Funeral Service, Takoma Station, Elite Dental, and Germ Sweep. Click to hear the interview.