On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to Kawhi Leonard being traded to the Toronto Raptors. I also praised the Boston Celtics for giving Marcus Smart a four-year, $52 million deal. And I shared some thoughts on the Los Angeles Dodgers trading for Manny Machado, Bryce Harper winning the Home Run Derby, Rob Manfred calling out Mike Trout, and Brock Lesnar on the SummerSlam card.
On Monday's podcast, we reacted to some of the weekend's events, including Hulk Hogan being reinstated by the WWE, Extreme Rules PPV, producer Pete Needham winning his first Southie 3-on-3 tournament, and more. Plus, I took a look at the Boston Red Sox at the All-Star break, and mixed in a few rants about inconsiderate yuppies in Southie. Kind of a wild, all-over-the-place show. Enjoy.
On Thursday's podcast, we picked up the slack for the Boston Red Sox after they dropped the ball on "WWE Night at Fenway" on Wednesday night, by giving you a special edition of "Pic's Picks: Top 10 WWE entrance songs of all time." Plus, I reacted to David Price continuing to talk to the media, Papa John being a racist, and Isaiah Thomas wanting a one-year deal with the Celtics.
On Monday's podcast, after being out all last week for personal reasons, I had to drag producer Pete Needham back into the studio to help me get through the show, in which I reacted to LeBron James signing with the Los Angeles Lakers, Kawhi Leonard still in San Antonio, Demarcus Cousins to Golden State, John Tavares to Toronto, David Price struggling, Brock Lesnar returning to UFC, and much more.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to reports that the Boston Celtics are still trying to trade for Kawhi Leonard, while explaining that Danny Ainge must know something about Leonard's interest in playing in Boston that we don't. Plus, I shared my thoughts on Jameis Winston's three-game suspension, the Bruins waiting on John Tavares' decision, and David Price's latest postgame weirdness.
On Monday's podcast, I opened the show revealing some details on my new video-game show "Pic-up Ya Sticks" on YouTube, while ranting about companies stealing my ideas. I also reacted to the latest Hanley Ramirez reports, while explaining why I feel there's still a missing piece to the puzzle. I also shared some thoughts on the NBA Draft, LeBron James, the Bruins being considered by big-name free agents, and Julian Edelman's appeal of his four-game PED suspension.
On Thursday's podcast, I shared my thoughts on the NBA Draft and some blockbuster trades that haven't been made yet. I also explained why I keep talking myself into Kawhi Leonard being a great fit for the Celtics. And I reacted to Tom Brady's latest cryptic use of instagram, David Price mocking those who think he's stopped playing video games, and the Bruins' interest in Ilya Kovalchuk.
On Monday's podcast, I admittedly put on my fantasy GM cap and considered the possibility of the Boston Celtics acquiring both Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James this summer. With the NBA Draft on Thursday, the rumors surrounding both players will certainly be swirling, and the Celtics will undoubtedly be involved in those rumors in some capacity. But what would it take for Danny Ainge to land both players? Plus, I shared some thoughts on the US Open, the World Cup, and closed out the show praising WWE's "Money in the Bank" PPV.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to Kyrie Irving's latest comments about his current contract with the Boston Celtics, and I explained why I actually wouldn't be shocked if Irving was traded this summer. All I'm saying is, keep an eye on the New York Knicks.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to all the latest drama surrounding the New England Patriots, including Julian Edelman testing positive for PEDs. I also explained why it's OK to question Alex Guerrero and the TB12 Center now that Edelman has been suspended four games for that PED violation. I also shared some thoughts on the Golden State Warriors winning the NBA Title, the Washington Capitals winning the Stanley Cup, Kenny Omega winning the IWGP Heavyweight Championship, and CM Punk getting demolished at UFC 225.