Conor's Sketches - It's Not Coming Home featuring Des Cahill, Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate, Ger Loughnane, Conor McGregor and more on RTÉ Radio 1's Saturday Sport
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Kevin O'Connor and Shea Serrano (1:55), Joe House (44:25), and Bill's dad (1:12:15) to examine all the angles involved in the Kawhi Leonard–DeMar DeRozan trade.
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Chuck Klosterman to discuss the Golden State Warriors acquiring DeMarcus Cousins and how long their dominance in the NBA can last (01:56). They also debate whether a starting five of all LeBron Jameses would be better than a starting five of any other player in NBA history (21:12). Then they talk about soccer trolls (52:30), the current and future state of MLB (54:28), and the Chappaquiddick scandal in light of it being turned into a movie (1:33:22).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Kevin Clark to discuss the NFL offseason, why it's so different than the NBA offseason, sports gambling's potential impact on the NFL, and story lines for next season, including the aging elite quarterbacks and talent-stacking through free agency, (4:00). Then Bill sits down with his daughter, Zoe Simmons, and comedian, actor, and director Bo Burnham. They discuss Burnham's new film, 'Eighth Grade,' his directorial debut; capturing the essence of eighth grade; doing stand-up comedy; the YouTube audience; internet subcultures; and more (53:20).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons sits down with the legend himself Denzel Washington to talk Knicks, Lakers, Yankees–Red Sox, playing against Ray Allen in 'He Got Game,' making sports movies, filming fight scenes, and his new film 'The Equalizer 2,' which premieres July 20 (4:30). Then Bill calls up his pal and Rival CEO Nathan Hubbard to talk about seeing Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, and Christopher Cross live in concert this past weekend, and what a "Yacht Rock Palooza" might look like (50:55).
Roy, Calvin and Warnie look across the relevance of the new DPPs. The boys question whether Dangerfield is a must-have as a forward considering round 17 was the first time this year he posted a score higher than his 2016/17 Fantasy average. Prioritising trades and which premiums are ripe for the picking with two weeks to go until finals.
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Bud and Ingram are back to discuss everything FSU football! This episode of the Nolecast includes talk on Virginia Tech, FSU's schedule compared to Florida and Miami's, and some Buy or Sell!
Rog and Davo recap the World Cup Final from a makeshift studio at the Budweiser Live Final Experience in NYC. Plus, England Belgium in THE BIG ONE. And a look back at the past 32 football-filled, glorious days that made up Rogue State 2018.
In episode 3 of the MLHS podcast, Gus Katsaros joins the show to discuss The Big Three contracts, the Leafs’ systems, the state of the defense, and much more. The Big Three contracts (#2:30) The state of the defense (#17:30) The evolution of Babcock’s systems from 2015-16 to now (#32:30) Leafs vs. Marlies systems (#40:00) How do the Leafs stack up with Tampa Bay? (#43:30) Are Holl or Rosen ready to make the jump? (#47:50) How will the minutes shake out between Tavares, Matthews and Kadri? (#49:30) How will the left wing depth chart shake out? (#54:45) Is Jake Gardiner going to be a Leaf this time next year? (#61:00) https://mapleleafshtostove.com/
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Ahead of tonight's matches, listen to the UEFA Champions League anthem in full.
FAI director of competitions Fran Gavin has revealed he has been given "commitments" from Bray Wanderers officials that they will pay their players, but failure to meet them will involve sanctions being imposed on the club from as soon as Monday. Gavin, speaking exclusively on RTÉ Radio 1’s Saturday Sport, said he had a long meeting with those in charge at the Carlisle Grounds last night that produced a development.
Live from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Chris Ryan, Jason Concepcion, Shea Serrano, Daryl Morey, Joe House, Haralabos Voulgaris, Cousin Sal, and Dave Chang to discuss how Twitter would react to historical NBA moments, the evolution of the NBA, the legalization of sports gambling, meals to eat on death row, and more.
Live from Boston. England lose. Rog weeps. Davo looks forward to the third place game (The Big One). Plus, New England Revs manager and U.S. footballing legend Brad Friedel guests.
Here ends a bizarre, uplifting, brilliant, outrageous World Cup - France are champions after a 4-2 win against Croatia, in a game where bafflingly they managed to play poorly for large stretches, and still win comfortably. Ken was there to witness Pogba, politicians and a penalty decision that shaped the game. For this latest VAR controversy, Ken peaks into the mind of the ref during the World Cup final. We speak to Philippe Auclair about this French team, their cautious, under appreciated, ridiculously-garlanded manager Didier Deschamps, and a beautiful 20 years of success. We talk to Dario Brentin in Zagreb about Croatian pride in defeat, Modric's perjury charges, and how politics has always been a murky force in their football, and will continue to be despite this magnificent month. Plus there's reaction on the streets of Dublin to the World Cup final, Vladimir Klitschko, Putin's poodle Conor McGregor, umbrellas, and Ken's team of the tournament.
Bem amigos do Bola Presa, mais um podcast no ar! Nesta edição seguimos falando das contratações de Free Agents. Comentamos a esquisita situação do San Antonio Spurs, que viu Tony Parker ir embora para o Charlotte Hornets, decidiu não igualar a oferta do Memphis Grizzlies por Kyle Anderson e renovou com o trio Davis Bertans, Bryn Forbes e Rudy Gay. Também falamos de Tyreke Evans e de outras boas adições do banco do Indiana Pacers e ainda discutimos o futuro de Carmelo Anthony, que deve ser dispensado do OKC Thunder e já mira o Houston Rockets. O que NÃO FOI PAUTA foi a troca de Jeremy Lin para o Atlanta Hawks, a ida de Kenneth Faried para o Brooklyn Nets e a contratação de Isaiah Thomas pelo Denver Nuggets. Tudo isso aconteceu horas depois da gravação. Fica para a semana que vem =( No Both Teams Played Hard falamos sobre namorados afobados, conhecemos uma crise de pânico contornada pelo Bola Presa, batemos no imediatismo da Copa do Mundo, conhecemos casais que se chamam de "momô" e ainda palpitamos sobre o gosto esquisito do Danilo para games. Nesta edição Carinha do Jabá: 2:30 Basquete: 5:15 BTPH: 55:05
The guys discuss the Dana White/Stylebender drama and talk Brendan's trip to Spokane, Bryan's trip to Syracuse, Brendan's first spit shoey with Tai Tuivasa and Tyson Pedro, Russian gangsters, the team's upcoming trip to Chicago, mystery smells, Brock Lesnar's teeth, trypophobia, armless stabber, Sacha Baron Cohen's "KinderGuardians", Michael Jackson's chemical castration, Tom Cruise's dating history, Scarlett Johanssan's transgender role controversy and much more!