On Monday's podcast, comedian Will Noonan joined me in-studio. We discussed bad tipping, the upcoming blizzard in Boston, the Southie St. Patrick's Day parade, Patriots, Celtics, WWE, and more.
On Thursday's podcast, I opened the show reacting to some of the moves that were made in the NFL on Thursday, including the New England Patriots signing cornerback Stephon Gilmore. What does that move mean for Malcolm Butler? And how are Jimmy Garoppolo and Brandin Cooks related to all of that? Listen up to find out. Plus, some thoughts on the Celtics defeating the Warriors again in Golden State. And David Price needs to just stop talking. All that and more.
On Monday's podcast, I shared my New England Patriots theory that connects the dots between Adam Schefter's Jimmy Garoppolo report and the latest report that has the Patriots trying to acquire New Orleans Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks (25:50). Plus, I shared thoughts on the Celtics losing in Phoenix, David Price's visit to Dr. James Andrews, the Bruins, Draymond Green vs Adam McQuaid, the future possibility of this podcast on TV, and more.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to the latest Jimmy Garoppolo report (8:10). I also shared my thoughts on the Boston Celtics' win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, and I continued to be Isaiah Thomas' biggest defender (31:03). Plus, I praised the Boston Bruins for doing the right thing at this year's trade deadline, while crushing Ryan Spooner for whining about his old coach (21:04).
On Monday's podcast, I continued to question the Boston Celtics' plan moving forward and discussed the future of Isaiah Thomas in Boston (13:00). Plus, I opened the show with my reaction to the Oscars. And I shared some thoughts on what I think the Boston Bruins should do at Wednesday's NHL Trade Deadline (1:03:30).
On a special Thursday edition of the podcast, Brandon Wahlberg joined me in-studio, and we reacted to what went down at the NBA Trade Deadline, just moments after the clock struck 3 p.m. More specifically, we shared our thoughts on what the Boston Celtics did not do before the deadline, and what the future holds now that they've held onto this year's Brooklyn pick.
On Monday's podcast, Slaine joined me in-studio. We reacted to the Sacramento Kings trading DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans (8:10). Were the Celtics involved? I gave my theory as to why the Celtics didn't try to best the Pelicans' offer for Cousins. Plus, we discuss what we want the C's to do before Thursday's NBA Trade Deadline. We also shared our thoughts on the Darrelle Revis altercation, the future of Jimmy Garoppolo and Rob Gronkowski in New England, and what the next Ben Affleck Batman movie should entail.
On Friday's podcast, I discussed the state of the Boston Celtics at the NBA All-Star break (15:55). With the trade deadline next week, I had one message for Danny Ainge: do NOT trade Marcus Smart (22:00). I proclaim Smart to be untouchable, while reacting to the brutal foul call that cost the C's Thursday's game in Chicago. Plus, I told you what the Patriots' praise for Jimmy Garoppolo means for the quarterback's future in New England (41:50). And how about Claude Julien going to Montreal? I reacted to all that (53:10) and more.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to a successful weekend for both the Celtics and Bruins. The B's now have my full attention with a big win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night, but what's next for them? Plus, I'm still not done reacting to the New England Patriots' Super Bowl LI win. I also took a look at who the Pats should put the Franchise Tag on. And I reacted to some things I saw at the Grammys, including some serious questions I have about Adele and Beyonce, while closing out the show with some thoughts on Bray Wyatt winning the WWE Championship, and introducing wrestling insider General Gerry to the show.
On Friday's podcast, I reacted to the Boston Bruins firing Claude Julien (21:00). And I opened the show discussing some of the New England Patriots potential offseason moves, and got into the team's White House situation. Plus, some thoughts on a few new rules that Major League Baseball is trying to implement.