On Monday's podcast, Danny Picard reacted to Tiger Woods winning The Masters, the Boston Celtics winning Game 1 of their first-round playoff series with the Indiana Pacers, Nazem Kadri's cheap shot on Jake DeBrusk in the Bruins vs Maple Leafs series, Chris Sale starting in the Bronx, and a whole lot more.
On Friday's podcast, Danny Picard opened the show reacting to the Boston Bruins losing Game 1 of their first round playoff series to the Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-1. Danny shares his thoughts on Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask, and how he believes the time is now for Rask to earn his ultimate trump card. Plus, Danny gave his NBA Playoff predictions, and reacted to the Celtics losing Marcus Smart to an injury (26:12). Also, reaction to Magic Johnson stepping down as Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations (35:38). What happened? All that and more.
On Monday's podcast, Danny Picard opened the show with his reaction to WrestleMania 35 and the G1 Supercard. Plus, Danny gave his Stanley Cup prediction, took an early look at the NBA Playoff brackets, and tried to figure out what's been happening with the Boston Red Sox.
On Wednesday, Sports Illustrated pro wrestling insider Justin Barrasso joined Danny Picard in-studio to preview all of WrestleMania 35 and the G1 Supercard. We also reacted to John Oliver's HBO piece on the WWE's treatment of its wrestlers, looked ahead to what the future holds for AEW, and much more.
On Monday's podcast, Danny Picard opened the show with his thoughts on the Xander Bogaerts contract extension with the Boston Red Sox, and explained what it means for Mookie Betts. And are the MLB balls juiced more than ever before this year? Plus, there's some movement with "Gronk Watch 2019" (36:05). And Danny answers the question, "Who has a better chance to win a championship this year, the Boston Celtics or Boston Bruins?" (39:27)
On Thursday's podcast, Danny Picard closed out the show with his 2019 MLB predictions, from division winners to World Series champion (40:17). Danny opened the show discussing Conor McGregor's retirement, and reacting to audio of agent Drew Rosenhaus already discussing a comeback for his client Rob Gronkowski (15:41).
On Monday's podcast, Danny Picard opened the show with his reaction to New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski announcing his retirement via instagram. But it all comes with some questions. Is this really the end? Or are Gronkowski and his agent Drew Rosenhaus at it again? Also, Danny reacted to Chris Sale's five-year extension that he signed with the Boston Red Sox over the weekend (44:55), and how it's the exact same deal that was proposed on "The Danny Picard Show" last month.
On Thursday's podcast, Danny Picard opened the show with reaction to Mike Trout's $430 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels, and discussed what he believes would be a fair contract for both Mookie Betts and the Boston Red Sox. Plus, Danny shared his thoughts on the Boston Celtics losing to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night, and explained why he actually enjoyed Marcus Smart's push on Joel Embiid, even though it might have cost the C's the game.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to the Conor McGregor lovefest in Boston during St. Patrick's Day weekend, while looking ahead to what McGregor's future holds. Is he heading to the WWE? And if so, who would his WrestleMania opponent be next year? Plus, I shared some thoughts on Duke being the favorite to win the NCAA Tournament, the New England Patriots' next offensive free-agent target, and Isaiah Thomas returning to the TD Garden.
On Thursday's podcast, I opened the show reacting to some of the biggest NFL offseason moves so far, including Odell Beckham Jr getting traded to the Cleveland Browns. Plus, I explained why I once again trust Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots to make the correct free agent decisions (23:02). Also, I had a strong response to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith (42:34), who recently claimed that Boston sports fans "prefer their superstar to be white." And I closed out the podcast explaining how I know that Major League Baseball listens to "The Danny Picard Show." (1:05:14)