Mike Francesa returns to WFAN & the Mad Dog has plenty to say about it! You can hear Mad Dog Unleashed weekdays from 3-6 PM on Mad Dog Sports Radio, SiriusXM Channel 82
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons connects with Chuck Klosterman to discuss Tiger Woods and his legacy through the lens of Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian's recent book 'Tiger Woods' (3:05); the NBA playoffs, including Anthony Davis and all five of Rajon Rondo's levels (42:20); and a quarterback-rich NFL draft (1:08:40).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons talks about a captivating NBA Playoffs first round (2:24) before sitting down with Viceland's Desus and Mero to discuss Yankees-Red Sox, Uber drivers, Kobe Bryant, The Knicks (of course), making TV shows, and getting to the bottom of the beef with The Breakfast Club's DJ Envy (18:50).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons talks about the bleakest Patriots outlook in recent memory in the wake of Tom Brady's hesitation to sign a new contract (4:12). Then Bill is joined by colleague and Spurs fan Shea Serrano to further discuss the Kawhi Leonard situation (16:33) before talking about the best new action movies and sequel hopefuls (45:45). Warning: There is a lot of 'John Wick: Chapter 3' talk.
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Joe House to talk NBA, including a breakout Giannis performance, the Knicks' hilarious coaching search, Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs, the 76ers-Heat series, and the Pacers' beatdown of the Cavs. Then they revisit the 'House of Carbs' NBA food cities pod with some feedback from the masses. You can find the official Ringer web store here: http://bit.ly/ringershop
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Justin Verrier are joined by Kevin O’Connor, Jason Concepcion, and Paolo Uggetti to react to the night’s triple-header action and assess the state of the playoffs thus far.
The Ringer’s John Gonzalez sits down with Joe House to react to all of the weekend’s playoff action, including the Washington Wizards’ electric comeback against the Toronto Raptors (2:29), the Philadelphia 76ers’ impressive rise to contention (23:59), the New Orleans Pelicans’ surprising sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers (32:03), and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ rocky road thus far (50:45).
The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor, Jonathan Tjarks, and Danny Chau debate the pros and cons of taking traditional big men in the draft (2:07), discuss how the Portland Trail Blazers should rebuild their team (12:18), and receive grades for their analyses (25:14).
In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy and Tony Keenan discuss the epic conclusion to the Irish Trainers Championship at the Punchestown Festival, as Elliott takes on Mullins for the title. Plus we preview the Feature races and the key Novice Grade 1's on each day of what could be, the best Punchestown Festival to date. See it all live on At The Races. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, SoundCloud, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
On this episode, STEVE'S LEAFS MELTDOWN (00:00), the rest of the Stanley Cup Playoffs (55:00), Bill Peters is fired and going to Calgary (1:18:00), Eugene Melnyk is STILL saying things (1:22:00), and the press conference: lame Harry Potter talk (1:30:00). Originally aired: FOUR TWENTY 2018 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/2YWyTROT7Ks Merch: https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirts Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
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Ahead of tonight's matches, listen to the UEFA Champions League anthem in full.
The Traders chat round five teams LIVE. For more Fantasy content, head to afl.com.au/fantasy
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss the NBA playoff matchups. They talk gambling stay-aways, questionable coaching, and give their playoff predictions.
John Barchard and Brandon Gowton look over the Eagles schedule and make their WAY TOO EARLY season predictions, chat about Worley's release and the biggest take aways Howie and Joe's pre-draft press conference. PLUS we announce which road trips we are taking with Phans of Philly #BGNTakeover
Michael Catherwood, Brendan and Bryan talk steroid use, TRT benefits, prescription pill addiction, Teen Mom, Oprah, Dr. Phil not being a doctor, Robert De Niro, Rudy the Cholo, Hollywood Medium, Dr. Drew's hog, PED's in entertainment, Shia Labeouf and Tom Hardy rapping, white Kanye, Megan Fox and much more!
We're checking in at the Melbourne airport en-route to Perth for our live show! We talk about the super-long round that was, the new DPPs and some initial thoughts ahead of round six. Make sure you tune into our LIVE show via Facebook (or the podcast) on Thursday night from 6pm AEST.
In this massive episode, Bud and Ingram discuss every relevant aspect of the spring game. From the recruits that attended, the fans and alumni that showed up, to the play on the field; we give you everything you need to know about FSU’s 2018 Spring Game. Brought to you by Louisiana Hot Sauce Resolution Home Loans and Madison Social Rate and review us on iTunes! Follow us on Twitter @Nolecast E-mail us at [email protected]
It was a good weekend for Mo Salah, Ander Herrera, Olivier Giroud and Napoli, and a bad one for Shane Long, Declan Rice, Harry Kane and Mauricio Pochettino. We discuss the weekend of glowing tributes to Arsene Wenger, and what they have tended to leave out. What kind of manager should Arsenal go for after Arsene? John Brewin joins us to discuss Wenger's remarks after yesterday's match expressing disappointment with the failure of Arsenal fans to portray an appropriate image of unity to the club's global fanbase. Might this suggest that Wenger is somewhat... out of touch? And we talk to Jack Pitt-Brooke about whether Spurs can be said to have bottled the Cup semi-final against Manchester United. And what are we to make of Mauricio Pochettino's repeated references to "another coaching staff" possibly being at Spurs in the not-too-distant future?