Ball So Hard Sports

Ball So Hard Sports is a sports talk show airing Monday through Friday 3-5 p.m. on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 hosted by Armon "The Hammer" Williams and Marlon "Big Showtime" Jones. Make sure you are tuned in for this fast-paced entertainment show that carries you on your way home from work. Ball So Hard Sports is presented by Semper Fi Heating and Cooling. Follow the show on Twitter or Facebook.

Ball So Hard Sports presented by Semper Fi Heating and Cooling

Meet The Hosts: Armon Williams: Williams played college football at the University of Arizona where he earned First Team All Pac-10 honors in 1995 and 1996. He would go on to be drafted in the seventh round of the 1997 NFL Draft and played in the NFL from 1997-1999. After his Williams' football career, he became a professional standup comedian. His career took off after getting discovered by a talent scout out of LA who invited him to take part in a nationally syndicated XM Satellite radio show. And to which Williams would later go on to perform at the world-famous Hollywood Improv. He is a national touring comedian who has worked with such comedy A-Listers as: Patrice O'Neal, David Allen Grier, Mark Curry, Tony Robert, Deon Cole, etc. Armon also takes part in acting, modeling and is a television sports analyst. Marlon Jones: Jones is a native of Mesa, Ariz., and a Dobson High School graduate. At Dobson, he earned First Team All State, First Team All Arizona and All-American honors in basketball. He would go on to to play at Arizona State University on a basketball scholarship for two seasons before transferring to Westmont College in Santa Barbara, Calif. Jones finished his college career as one of the all-time leaders in field goal percent at Westmont College. After college, Jones and his family launched Desert Ice Enterprises, landing a contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks which lasted over 10 years at Chase Field, and up until the family sold the business. Jones has also spent time as a co-founder and co-host of the sports podcast, Cheap Shot Sports, and was an avid sports blogger for Off the Record Sports. For all of Jones' accomplishments, he was inducted into the City of Mesa Sports Hall of Fame for the class of 2016.