BATON ROUGE - The final "Nikki Caldwell Show" presented by Capital One Bank from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday at TJ Ribs on Acadian Thruway will feature two special guests, LSU women's basketball seniors Bianca Lutley and Adrienne Webb, who play their final regular season home game on Thursday.
Fans are invited to come out and be a part of the live audience at TJ Ribs. Both Webb and Lutley will join Coach Nikki Caldwell with the "Voice of the Lady Tigers" Patrick Wright.
The show can be heard on Talk 107.3 FM in Baton Rouge and to members of the Geaux Zone on www.LSUsports.net/live.
There will be a live question and answer segment for the audience with Coach Caldwell and the players. Fans can also call in and ask Coach Caldwell a question during the hour-long show at (225) 578-4826 in the Baton Rouge area or toll free (800) 315-8255 nationwide. Questions can be tweeted as well to www.Twitter.com/LSUwbkb.
Lutley and Webb will take the Maravich Center floor for one final time in the regular season at 7 p.m. Thursday against Alabama. Both will be recognized in a special pre-game ceremony beginning at 6:45 p.m.
Lutley, a native of Pensacola, Fla., is enjoying the finest season of her LSU career and is one of four Lady Tigers averaging double-figures. Lutley is fourth on the team in scoring with 10.0 points per game, and she's increased that average to 10.2 points per contest in Southeastern Conference play. She ranks second on the team in assists with 41, while also accounting for 26 steals.
Lutley came up big in LSU's last two wins, producing back-to-back 15-point games, including a clutch lay-up late that helped the Lady Tigers beat No. 7 Kentucky on Sunday in the Maravich Center.
Webb, a native of Madison, Ala., ranks ninth in the SEC in scoring this season with 13.8 points per game. She is also eighth in the league in field goal percentage at 43.6 percent. During her four years, Webb has cemented herself as one of the most prolific three-point shooters in school history, knocking down the fifth-most made threes with 155.
Webb ranks in the LSU career top 20 in career scoring with 1,245 points. She's produced three 20-point games this season and been a consistent scorer throughout her career with 71 career double-figure production games.