NEW YORK– After the New York Yankees outlasted the Boston Red Sox in the first game of a double header on Tuesday afternoon by a score of 5-3, the Bronx Bombers followed it up in the night cap with a nail biting 2-0 victory to move ahead of the Red Sox in the wild cardContinue reading “Yankees Pass Red Sox in Wild Card Standings in Double Header Sweep”
The PA announcer at Gillette Stadium, John Rooke, joins me to discuss what it has been like broadcasting during the pandemic, and we also preview the upcoming NFL season for the New England Patriots.
The Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Pittsburgh Steelers already reported for training camp, and the other 29 teams are expected to begin their training camps tomorrow. So let’s discuss the biggest storylines to keep an eye on during camp. Aaron Rodgers/ Green Bay Packers- Aaron Rodgers has dominated the headlines this offseason once AdamContinue reading “Key Storylines to Watch as NFL Training Camps Open”
The Milwaukee Bucks won their first championship in 50 years as they defeated the Phoenix Suns in six games. Here are some of my key takeaways. Giannis Antetokounmpo- Giannis had one of the best Finals performances in NBA history as he had back- to- back 40+ point games. He also had one of the bestContinue reading “Key Takeaways from Milwaukee Bucks First Championship in 50 Years”
After an embarrassing loss at home to the Anaheim Angels 11-8 on Wednesday, New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner finally spoke publicly on the Bronx Bombers’ struggles this season. This also came after manager Aaron Boone said earlier in the week that this would be a big week for the team and General Manager BrianContinue reading “What To Make of Hal Steinbrenner’s Comments This Week”
Check out my reaction to the Brooklyn Nets losing game 3 to the Milwaukee Bucks.
Gabe Flaksman and Nick Aurigemma join me to preview the second round of the NBA Playoffs and give their finals predictions so far.
Brett Chaves and Alex Green join me to discuss Danny Ainge retiring and Brad Stevens being promoted to the front office in Boston. We also preview the offseason for the Celtics.
While it has been great to have fans back in the stands for NBA playoff games and hear the cheers after a big moment or boos after a bad play, there have been three separate instances where fans crossed the line and as a result have been banned from any future events. The first oneContinue reading “How The NBA Should Address Fans Heckling Players”
Watch my reaction to the New York Knicks beating the Atlanta Hawks 101-92 in game two of the first round of the playoffs to even the series up at one.