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 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).
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).
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.
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).
On this episode, Steve is a bad friend (00:00), what needs to go right in game 7? (15:00), What's the deal with Rask? (39:00), the Blue Jackets are going home (44:00), STEVE IS SO MAD AT THE MINNESOTA WILD (49:00), let's take a look at the 2nd round of the playoffs (1:11:00), Bill Peters is officially the head coach of the Flames (1:31:00), our thoughts on the tragedy that happened in Toronto on Monday (1:35:00), and Adam and Jesse's trip to Washington without Steve (1:43:00). Originally aired: April 24, 2018 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/U6zPDAhXXHg 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
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
Rog and Davo dissect Arsene Wenger's plan to leave Arsenal and his legacy in the Premier League. Plus, United beat Spurs in the FA Cup semifinals and Davo meets Sir Elton John at Watford.
Brendan and Bryan talk about their deteriorating health, Bryan's trip to the hospital, Brendan's belly rash, stolen merch story, Denver, Canada's unlikely national animal, wildlife trolls, recap of UFC Lee vs Barboza, Bret the Hitman Hart, Marc Maron, the human caboose, Brendan's belly rash, Bryan decides on a venue for his special and much more!
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?
Irish Illustrated Insider returns to recap the Blue-Gold Game and how much it changed our perception of the Notre Dame this fall.
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.
Leinster marched imperiously through to a first European Rugby Cup final since 2012 on Saturday, but Munster failed to complete the Irish double after a massively disappointing semi-final defeat to Racing 92 in Bordeaux yesterday - European Cup winners Shane Horgan and Barry Murphy assess the weekend's action. Are Munster just not good enough, or was Sunday a case of some really poor individual performances? Whatever the reason, it was a desperately disappointing display, and a sixth straight semi-final defeat since their last final appearance in 2008. Leinster on the other hand were exceptional against the Scarlets, and are now firm favourites to win a fourth European Cup. We analyse just how effectively they utilise all the various weapons at their disposal. Plus there's Scott Quinnell, Ken's travelling travails, bums in dressing-rooms, Simon gives James Ryan some gym advice, and fans give themselves a well-deserved pat on the back.
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).
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
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen provides an update on his team on the Big 12 coaches' teleconference earlier today.
Season 8, Episode 100 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Tuesday show, David Todd and I get right to previewing the 2018 NFL Draft one last time before it officially gets underway on Thursday night and that includes us talking about how much the quarterback position will likely dominate the first-round. David and I discuss a few major media mock drafts that have included the Pittsburgh Steelers selecting a cornerback in the first-round and why we struggle with those. We also rank the least-likeliest positional needs the Steelers have entering this year’s draft. Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin held their annual pre-draft press conference on Monday, so David and I go over the main talking points from that. We discuss new safety Morgan Burnett possibly starting the offseason off at the free safety position and the team deciding to pick up the fifth-year option on outside linebacker Bud Dupree. David and I go over my final mock draft of 2018 and discuss a few of the first-round options that seem to be in play. David lays down his bet as to who he thinks the Steelers will take in the first-round and we close things out with a tribute to former Steelers tight end Bennie Cunningham, who passed away on Monday. As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post. Thanks for listening and don't forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends! The new message hotline is (814) 429-YINZ
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.
Nesta semana falamos, claro, de Anthony Davis e do seu Pelicans que eliminou de forma incrível o Portland Trail Blazers por 4-0, do provável fim da Era Kawhi Leonard no Spurs, dos decepcionantes Cavs e Raptors e dos ótimos Pacers e Sixers. No NBB, a semifinal já formada entre Flamengo e Mogi, os problemas dos clubes brasileiros fora da quadra e o fantástico basquete apresentado por Bauru, que eliminou Franca em 3 jogos. No Espaço do Apoiador, Rodrigo Salomão fala sobre a não menos incrível Euroliga.
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Barney Ronay and Lars Sivertsen to look back over the last few days of football, starting with the announcement that Arsène Wenger is to stand down as Arsenal manager at the end of the season. We’ve got Andrew Mangan of Arseblog on the line to give us his take on the potential routes forward for both man and club. Barney and Barry nearly get into a ruck over the reasons for Manchester United’s success over Spurs, while Graham Poll comes under some criticism for his explanation of Southampton’s disallowed goal. We cover the Premier League, and Mohamed Salah’s PFA Player of the Year award, before rounding up the Football League. Paolo Bandini joins us to tell us about Napoli’s win over Juventus, which saw several thousands of fans greet the returning team at the airport – despite them staying in second, a point behind the six-in-a-row champions of Italy. We round up the rest of the major European action, with Jadon Sancho becoming the youngest English goalscorer in Bundesliga history and a surprise ex-Arsenal striker finally hitting a slice of form, before asking: which manager would be best equipped to survive the fallout from nuclear armageddon? Back on Thursday!