Nick, Jon and Megan talked about the unpredictability of the NFL season (1:52), Eric Bledsoe being the latest example of why athletes should never tweet (15:37), the Dodgers-Astros World Series (23:30), Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s sex life (31:46), the kind of people who say “you’ve never been in a fight” (39:36), Halloween (45:59), how people who discover things must have felt (58:00), how empty Little Caesar’s Arena is (1:12:36) and more.
We were joined by friend of the show Megan Gayer to talk about the Raptors big playoff win over the Pacers and the Pistons game against the Cavaliers. Jon was in attendance for the Red Wings Game 3 win over the Lightning (22:55). The definitive ranking of Red Wings players based on their attractiveness (39:45). We finished off with rapid fire on Ethiopians sweeping the Boston Marathon, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Ronda Rousey, Kawhi Leonard and Eddie Lacy (52:10).
Nick and Jon discussed last night’s Red Wings loss and where they think the rest of the series is going, how the Raptors and Pistons will fare in the NBA playoffs (12:30), Kobe Bryant’s final game and overall career(23:30) and why professional sports teams shouldn’t sell advertising on jerseys (45:20). Then finish off with some rapid fire on Percy Harvin, Thon Maker, the Rams-Titans trade and how fat Pablo Sandoval is (1:02:10).
Nick & Jon talk about Jon’s recent appearance on Valenti & Foster on 97.1 The Ticket. The current state of the Detroit Red Wings and look ahead to the NHL Playoffs. (00:42 – 11:40)
The baseball season is underway and it took 3 games for Blue Jays manager John Gibbons to say something stupid. We love how homerific local broadcasters are. New season, same old Tigers bullpen. (11:40 – 27:10)
LeBron James is heating up. Are the Raptors legit contenders? Now that the Warriors look human, it doesn’t look like such a cake walk to the championship. (27:10 – 41:15)
The debut of the completely original, not at all stolen from every other sports show segment RAPID FIRE. Today’s questions: Does the Warriors getting the win record matter? Is Erik Karlsson the best offensive defensemen since Orr? Is a Tiger-less Masters relevant? Should Thon Maker be allowed in the NBA Draft? Was the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship the best game ever?
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