HOUR 4 - Glenn, Lou and Christian go over a great story in USA Today's "For The Win" blog, which talks about how LaVar Ball was a nuisance towards the head coach Chino Hills high school team, where Lonzo, LaMelo, and LiAngelo play.
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HOUR 3 - The guys get back into some Bruins talk and try to parse out some of the blame pie. Also, Glenn thinks Roger Goodell is lying, and that Colin Kaepernick is getting a raw deal.
HOUR 2 - What would happen if Charles Barkley fought Skip Bayless? Glenn mocks the top of the hour updates. The guys from "Pardon My Take" sneak onto an NFL conference call. Glenn, Lou and Christian discuss the proposed NFL rules changes.
HOUR 1 - The Bruins have now lost 4 straight and fans are starting to wonder if we may have overrated Bruce Cassidy's hot start. Do we blame the head coach and front office, or is this on the players?
HOUR 4 - Fortune Magazine named Theo Epstein the world's greatest leader. Fauria struggles to read a blurb about Shakira. ("Philanthropic" was especially tough.) Lou has a lot of fake Twitter followers. Tim Benz is interviewing porn stars.
HOUR 3 - We play some great audio of LaVar Ball going back-and-forth with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman, and react. Glenn, Lou and Christian also get into the idea of whether or not GM's will be scared to draft Lonza Ball due to LaVar's presence.
HOUR 2 - Ian Kinsler rips Puerto Rican and Dominican baseball players for showboating in the WBC. The guys get to talking about pimpin' home runs and we re-visit some comments Goose Gossage made last summer on the topic. At the end of the hour, the guys get into the red-hot Celtics who are only a game out of 1st place.
HOUR 1 - Roger Goodell is sending letters and doing radio interviews to let NFL viewers know that the product could be better. Goodell seems to think it's a "pace of play" issue, and the guys argue whether that's the case. They also get into some discussion about the NFL's ongoing attempts to tamp down touchdown celebrations.
HOUR 4 - The guys get into more talk about the negative ramifications of LaVar Ball's antics, and whether NBA teams will be hesitant to draft Lonzo, LaMelo, and LiAngelo. Also, the argue whether or not trading Isaiah Thomas is an option.