HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by the toughest guy in NBA history, Charles Oakley, to talk Michael Jordan stories, the difference between old-school and today's NBA, the Pat Riley Knicks, why LeBron should leave the Cavs, his MSG ban, and a slew of his NBA beefs on and off the court.
The boys talk Fantasy straight out of the Queen's Birthday game. For more AFL Fantasy content, head to www.afl.com.au/fantasy
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons talks with Kevin O'Connor about the upcoming NBA draft, the trade value of the no. 1 pick, how this year compares with recent drafts, who will claim Luka Doncic, what the Cavs might do, and more (3:22). Then Bill sits down with actor, writer, and producer Nick Kroll to talk about old-school sports radio, 'The League,' TV streaming culture, 'Big Mouth' Season 2, filming 'Uncle Drew,' hosting award shows, and more (55:48).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons, still coming down from the NBA Finals, talks LeBron's hand injury, the media aftermath of a finals sweep, and legacy implications for Kevin Durant and Steph Curry (3:15), before sitting down with Bryan Curtis to revisit NBA Finals narratives, the NBA replay, the NBA and NFL offseasons, and more (24:28).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by his old friend Jalen Rose to talk about what NBA players do in Cleveland, Kawhi Leonard's "Pre-Agency," some of Jalen's NBA seasons, the Kardashians/Jenners' impeccable NBA scouting, all-time greats, LeBron's next move, where Kevin Durant may end up in the next few years, Jalen's new morning show schedule, and more.
Ken goes to Russia tomorrow battling accusations that he has been spreading orientalist brain-rot via the pages of the Irish Times. Has he anything to say for himself? Has Putin got to him? Then Tim Vickery and Jonathan Wilson join us for our big World Cup preview. After finding out their respective earliest World Cup memories we turn to what we can expect on the field. Can Brazil rescue the reputation of South American international football? Can Argentina shake off their fatalism and prove themselves worthy of Messi? Are Germany and Spain getting enough respect? What would Jonathan's Auntie Doris have made of it? And can England find a new way to disappoint? Getting ready for Russia, good luck!
Ahead of tonight's matches, listen to the UEFA Champions League anthem in full.
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Rog and Davo countdown the sleeps until the World Cup and preview the Five Big Questions (there are actually six) ahead of the tournament. Plus, Rog becomes an American.
On this episode, baseball .500 is a myth (00:00), we interviewed Mats Sundin! (15:00), THE LEAFS WILL GET LUCIC... again (22:00), the Caps Stanley Cup bender (30:00), Ilya Kolvalchuk is coming to America (42:00), will the Canadians be contenders next season (52:00), Mike Hoffman and the Ottawa Senators (1:01:00), and the press conference (1:16:00). Originally aired: June 11, 2018 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/57USZo_L8cE 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
On this episode, Adam shouts out a fan (00:00) the Washington Capitals parade and visiting the White House (04:30), Erik Karlsson and Mike Hoffman (17:00), Sens Assistant GM Randy Lee (54:00), Nick Boyton's Players' Tribune article and fighting in hockey (1:04:00), who's going to sign John Tavares? and OEL's contract (1:30:00), the best Russian hockey players (1:38:00), and Mike Francesa (1:50:00).
John Barchard, Brandon Gowton & James Seltzer go over the roster as they are buying and selling Eagles players stock after OTAs & Minicamp. Are we underhyping Dallas Goedert? How does the secondary end up at the start of the season? PLUS we answer all of your Eagles mailbag questions
Kefin and Jo look at one of wrestling's most controversial non wrestlers! The former head writer of WWE, WCW and TNA we chart a course through Vince Russo's writing style, impact and legacy.
Brendan and Bryan discuss Bryan's psoriasis scaring kids, UFC 225 and judging, CM Punk, rowdy Carolina crowds, NBA finals and Lebron James, girls googling Bryan and Brendan's net worth, smuggling money in bungholes, Kratom updates, animal attacks, unwillingness to return purchased items and much more!
The Milkmen sat down this week to discuss the weekends action from a cash cow point of view.
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The Ringer’s John Gonzalez sits down with Chris Ryan and Kevin O’Connor to discuss whether the anticlimactic sweep in the Finals is good for basketball (3:45) and debate which team LeBron James might head to over the summer (22:56).
The All-Ireland hurling championship was always going to claim a few high-profile early exits, but it's still hard to believe that two of last year's All-Ireland semi-finalists, Tipperary and Waterford, are gone already. Michael Duignan is in studio to help us look back over Clare's seminal win over Tipperary in Thurles, and Kilkenny's ten-point turnaround against Wexford which saw them come back from the brink and land in a Leinster final. Shane Horgan watched Ireland against Australia, and has reasons to be cheerful despite the fact we got schooled in the air, at the breakdown and in contact. It's going to be an interesting week for Joe Schmidt, but Shane has a specific solution in mind for the threats posed by Folau, Beale and Pocock. Plus there's Ken's Presidential Time, the GAA's World Cup survival strategy, MO Salah goes down Grozny way, and bad news for Eddie Jones and his acolytes (Ken, for example).
John Barchard, James Seltzer and Brandon Lee Gowton talk about what they're most excited about for the upcoming Eagles season. The guys also discuss Carson Wentz's recovery, Nate Studfeld's development, and more. Plus, the crew has a little fun discussing things that are popular but shouldn't be.