On Friday's podcast, I reacted to the NBA Draft, and more specifically, what the Boston Celtics did by selecting Jayson Tatum with the No. 3 overall pick. Watching Markelle Fultz get drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers No. 1 overall has me thinking of what could have been, and makes me wonder if the Celtics are making this too complicated. I also discussed a few moves that I would like the C's to make the rest of this offseason. Plus, some thoughts on David Ortiz' number being retired so soon.
On Monday's podcast, Brandon Wahlberg joined me in-studio to discuss the Boston Celtics' mindset at this week's NBA Draft, and we reacted to the C's trading the No. 1 overall pick to the Philadelphia 76ers. Is there a bigger deal in the works? And how does it affect their free-agent plans? We tried to get to the bottom of it all.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to the Golden State Warriors winning the NBA Championship, while giving some advice to Kevin Durant: opt-out and come to Boston, if you care about your legacy (16:15). Plus, I explained why LeBron James will leave Cleveland next offseason to join the Los Angeles Clippers. And I opened the show with some thoughts on Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor, now that it's official. All that and more.
On Monday's podcast, I had to record with my remote equipment because of the extreme heat inside the studio. So I walked around the back of Beantown Athletics with a microphone in hand, just ranting on the most important topics of my day. That included Sidney Crosby's legacy after winning his third Stanley Cup and second Conn Smythe trophy on Sunday night, why I wasn't rooting for the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup Finals, my prediction for Game 5 of the NBA Finals, what David Price and the Boston Red Sox should do to the lowly Philadelphia Phillies this week, and some random thoughts on Dunkin' Donuts iced coffees, and people who comment on sunburns.
On Thursday's podcast, we reacted to the latest example of the pussification of America, as Boston Red Sox analyst Jerry Remy was forced to apologize for comments he made about a Japanese interpreter during a game against the New York Yankees (7:40). Also, I took a side on the "David Price vs media" battle that picked up some steam on Wednesday (23:45). And I shared some thoughts on Golden State's win over Cleveland in Game 3 of the NBA Finals (40:18). All that and more.
On Monday, I reacted to a bunch of shit from the weekend, including the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles splitting their four-game series, the Golden State Warriors looking unbeatable after two games in the NBA Finals, and a Boston Globe photographer who was not allowed into Tom Brady's charity event with Best Buddies.
On Friday, producer Pete Needy returned from his wedding adventures. We reacted to Golden State's win over Cleveland in Game 1 of the NBA Finals (19:35) and shared some thoughts on the National Spelling Bee (32:30). Plus, I opened the show with another Dunkin' Donuts rant on National Doughnut Day (3:21), and much more.
On Tuesday, I explained what the return of David Price means for the Boston Red Sox this season, after he made his season debut on Monday. Plus, I shared some thoughts on the Stanley Cup Finals and NBA Finals. And I reacted to Tiger Woods and his DUI.
On Friday, I addressed the state of the 2017 Boston Red Sox, heading into Memorial Day Weekend. I gave you the good, the bad, and the ugly, while highlighting and reacting to Ken Rosenthal's column this week about some Red Sox players not liking manager John Farrell. Are certain players trying to run Farrell out of town? It sure sounds like it. And to that, I had a pretty clear message for Red Sox management: don't let the inmates run the asylum.
On Friday, Brandon Wahlberg joined me in-studio as we reacted to the Cleveland Cavaliers ending the Boston Celtics' season in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. We looked ahead to the future of the C's and discussed some potential moves they could make this offseason. And we gave our picks for the NBA Finals.