With the 2020 PBA League Draft now in the rearview mirror, the focus returns to win the PBA players will able to get back on the lanes.
Although bowling centers are still mostly closed, some are open or will be opening this week. That being said, we’ll have plenty of content throughout the week if you need your bowling fix.
Here’s what’s coming up this week on FloBowling:
Monday, May 18
Two players who went early in the PBA League Draft will be featured in our series of slow motion releases. We will showcase Francois Lavoie, the No. 1 pick by the Las Vegas High Rollers, and Jason Sterner, who was picked at No. 7 by the Philadelphia Hitman.
We’ll also bring you the first part of a series of videos featuring some bad breaks during the 2020 PBA Tour season so far.
Tuesday, May 19
You’ll be able to watch the rebroadcast of every game from the 2019 PBA Tour Finals, which awarded a PBA Tour title to the winner last summer. Here’s the detailed schedule (all times Eastern):
11 a.m. - 2019 PBA Tour Finals Qualifying
3:17 p.m. - 2019 PBA Tour Finals Stepladders and Final
Wednesday, May 20
On FloBowling Live with Lucas Wiseman we’ll dissect the PBA League Draft with interviews with some of the top players and provide insight into each team’s roster.
Thursday, May 21
Technique Thursday will feature tips from the player who was picked No. 5 overall in the draft – AJ Johnson. He’ll tell us what a shammy is good for, explain why balance is often an overlooked key and how he works at being taller at the line.
Friday, May 22
The rebroadcast for Friday features one of the most exciting and crazy finishes of last summer as we bring back the 2019 PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles. Here’s the detailed schedule (all times Eastern):
11 a.m. - 2019 PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles Semifinals
2:05 p.m. - 2019 PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles Finals
Saturday, May 23
In the Player’s Perspective segment, Sean Rash, the No. 2 overall pick in the draft, will break down his victory at the 2016 PBA Detroit Open.
PBA Commissioner Tom Clark’s countdown of his favorite shows of the past decade reaches No. 3 as he recalls a monumental day for PBA superstar Jason Belmonte.
Sunday, May 24
In addition to a look at what’s ahead the following week, we’ll bring you the second part of our series of bad breaks from the 2020 PBA Tour season so far.