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Red Sox beat the Yankees with a walk-off homerun. The guys discuss why it was the best win of the season.
We discuss Roger the Dodger, and whether he'll ever show his face in Foxboro again.
In case you needed another reason to pull for Golden State in the NBA Finals , beyond the fact that LeBron James is an insufferable, self-absorbed, uber-sensitive narcissist and the city of Cleveland is a blighted hellscape
salacious, outrageous! And by that, I’m referring to the Cavaliers. What kind of team tanks so badly in the NBA Finals that opponents are openly lining up chicks for after the game with time left on the clock? That has to be the worst indignity
literally laughed out loud at least four times. And I can’t think of a better way to take us into the weekend during the NBA Finals . I really have to work on my Twitter Hatred game. Baseball is in full swing and you can be a part of the action all
a deal as it was made out to be, considering he averaged a 17-7-12 during a run that nearly resulted in a third NBA Finals appearance in five years. Remind you of anyone? A guy named Paul Pierce once wrapped his head in faux bandages for a postgame
to the greatest basketball player on the entire planet for a solid month in the spring of 2008, culminating in an NBA Finals MVP trophy raised over his head as LeBron James and Kobe Bryant lay in his wake. Along the way, there was a stabbing, a wheelchair and 24,021
Celtics and Knicks will be one of five games to be played on Christmas, with the Warriors and and Cavs set to tangle in a NBA Finals rematch, per ESPN’s Marc Stein . The Celtics haven’t played on Christmas Day since 2012, when they ran through Brooklyn
Michigan State. He reached a plea agreement in which he’ll pay a fine and restitution. And he’s coming off an NBA Finals in which he was suspended for Game 6 after hitting LeBron James in the groin. Despite it all, Green said he’s in a good
Tribune on July 4, stating he would be joining the squad that had denied him a chance to take the Thunder back to the NBA Finals mere weeks ago. The Celtics pulled out everything they had to try and swing the most prized free-agent their way. They brought some of their
Cleveland. Chris Bosh, who continues to deal with health issues, is the only Heat player who appeared in the 2014 NBA Finals still under contract with the team. Tweeted Heat owner Mickey Arison: Thank you @DwyaneWade for a great 13 yrs!. You’ve had a tremendous impact on our community and our organization
another ring the ensuing season, hitting a huge, game-tying 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds left in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Spurs to keep his team alive. Miami went on to win that game in overtime and secure the title in Game 7