Russillo and Ceruti talk about Kyrie apologizing to LeBron and why it's hard to take his words seriously, plus a debate over who's the NBA mid-season MVP.
- Kraft: Brady 'definitely the greatest player' ever
- Dombrowski: Red Sox unlikely to spend on closer
- Apologetic Kyrie sought advice from LeBron
- Underdogs? Patriots dare to 'Bet Against Us'
Robert Kraft reflected Thursday on the upcoming 25th anniversary of purchasing the New England Patriots and called Tom Brady "definitely the greatest player of all time -- not just quarterback in my opinion."
Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski said Thursday he doesn't expect to spend a lot of money on a closer.
Windhorst, MacMullan and MacMahon discuss Kyrie's apology, Doncic and the Mavs, James Harden's possible fatigue factor and much more
Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon Kyrie Irving's apology to LeBron (2:30), Luka Doncic and the Mavs (21:00), the Nets' win over the Rockets and the possible fatigue factor for James Harden (38:00).
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Can you guess who's golf bag this belongs to? There's 2 huge hints stitched on that pocket... 3rd Hint: Boston Red Sox. If you haven't guessed Roger Clemens yet, you lose.
Bomani is joined by Mina Kimes to discuss the Conference Championships coming this weekend in the NFL Playoffs, including the comical "underdog" story of the Patriots (6:25). Bo makes his final plea for the Rams to spare us a Super Bowl in Atlanta with the Saints representing the NFC (26:29) and they close with a nuanced conversation about problematic names that you just don't hear anymore (52:03).
After a wild-card weekend marked by upsets, the NFL's divisional round restored order to the playoffs: The home team won in all four matchups -- only...
After some Inside Heat from Philadelphia (5:14) & St. Louis (11:06), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss next week's Hall of Fame vote, the latest with Machado & Harper & more (16:37). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (35:35), a conversation with record-setting journeyman Oliver Drake (44:08) and longtime friend Chelsea Janes' goodbye to baseball reporting (58:49).
Bill and Field Yates of ESPN preview the AFC Championship matchup in the NFL Postseason of Patriots-Chiefs. Will the temperature be an issue for the quality of play? Will the Patriots target one player from the Chiefs to stop offensively? Will the Arrowhead Stadium crowd affect the Pats' offense? Does a loss for either team spell negativity in their future? Those questions and so much more answered.
Tom Brady wants us to think that no one believes in him. That's true, unless you ask any of his fans, supporters in the game and the media, or the millions who've already crowned him the GOAT.
The Lightning continue their reign at No. 1. Plus, who has the most Canadian provinces represented on their roster? Which team is heaviest? And much more.
In the wake of his pointed criticism of the Celtics' young players, Kyrie Irving said Wednesday that he called LeBron James to apologize for how he behaved as a young teammate in Cleveland and for not "seeing the big picture."
The Patriots know they are underdogs heading into Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs, and they're jumping on the opportunity to take advantage.