In association with At The Races: Emmet Kennedy, Kevin Blake and Peter T.Fornatale preview days Three, Four and Five of Royal Ascot and give you their top tips for one of the biggest highlights of the flat season. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, SoundCloud, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by the toughest guy in NBA history, Charles Oakley, to talk Michael Jordan stories, the difference between old-school and today's NBA, the Pat Riley Knicks, why LeBron should leave the Cavs, his MSG ban, and a slew of his NBA beefs on and off the court.
The Ringer's John Gonzalez is joined by Joe House to talk Kawhi Leonard rumors and odds for which team he ends up on (2:40), then John sits down with Tate Frazier and Riley McAtee to discuss potential top 10 NBA draft picks including Luka Doncic, Marvin Bagley III, Wendell Carter Jr., Mo Bamba, Trae Young, and more (32:15).
This week on Saturday Sport Jim Gavin talks to his Dublin troops ahead of the Leinster SFC final with Laois.
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The Ringer’s Chris Ryan sits down with Kevin O’Connor, Tate Frazier, and Danny Chau to answer questions surrounding the 2018 NBA draft. For more on the draft, check out our 2018 NBA Draft Guide at nbadraft.theringer.com.
Rog and Davo marvel at Mexico's 1 - 0 victory over Germany and recap Day Four of Rogue State 2018. Plus, special guests Timbers owner Merritt Paulson and Timber Joey.
Rog and Davo recap an England win over Tunisia that may begin to rebuild what's left of the Empire. Plus, the inspiration for "Moneyball," Barnsley owner, Oakland A's exec, and the G'est of all the FOPs, Billy Beane.
John Barchard and James Seltzer take a look back on some of the what ifs, favorite plays of the season and a lot more. Plus they dive into the mailbag to see if anyone on the BGNR crew has any hidden talents and John thanks BGNR listener for help finding the lost dog he was in charge of this week.
Rog and Davo recap this morning's win for Ronaldo and Portugal, marvel at upset-laden Group H, and applaud (completely unprompted and without any fear) host Russia's performance.
Tim Prister and Tim O'Malley analyze Notre Dame's latest commitments, continue our season preview plus take your questions on this edition of Irish Illustrated Insider.
Rog and Davo recap Day Three of Rogue State 2018, Live from the Showbox SoDo in Seattle, including Mighty Iceland's 1 - 1 victory over Lionel Messi and Argentina. Plus, special guests, Sounders majority owner Adrian Hanauer and Seahawk Tyler Lockett.
The new Premier League Anthem will be heard at all 380 matches in 2016/17
“For me, it was a way to stay connected—literally: tied to my free-range daughter by a length of 10-millimeter climbing rope, and connected to my own dream of being an adventurer,” says David Altschul. “And that was how I found myself, a few days later, on a ledge, high above the Columbia River, in the dark.” For the past decade, David has told the story of the infamous “Escape From Beacon Rock”--a failed attempt to climb a basalt monolith with his daughter, our producer, Jen. At age 72, it dawned on him that, rather than continue to tell the story of the failed climb, he could connect with his daughter by actually climbing Beacon Rock, and doing it this time as a ‘real’ climber.
The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor, Jonathan Tjarks, and Danny Chau discuss the puzzling news surrounding Michael Porter Jr.’s injuries (1:08) and the potential rise of former Kentucky forward Kevin Knox (7:26). Then, they bring on resident Memphis Grizzlies fan Chris Vernon (15:31), resident Orlando Magic fan Kevin Clark (32:09), and resident Chicago Bulls fan Tommy Alter (43:43) to discuss their respective team’s draft possibilities.
On this episode, Adam shouts out a fan (00:00) the Washington Capitals parade and visiting the White House (04:30), Erik Karlsson and Mike Hoffman (17:00), Sens Assistant GM Randy Lee (54:00), Nick Boyton's Players' Tribune article and fighting in hockey (1:04:00), who's going to sign John Tavares? and OEL's contract (1:30:00), the best Russian hockey players (1:38:00), and Mike Francesa (1:50:00).
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning and Mark Langdon of the Racing Post to discuss day five of the 2018 World Cup, starting with England’s last-gasp win over Tunisia. England’s success at set pieces, reluctance to utilise early substitutions and lack of a creative passer come under scrutiny from the panel, with Barry particularly disappointed at a Kane winner which removed his capacity to make fun of Max throughout today’s episode. In part two, we look at the other two games – a 3-0 Belgium win over Panama which felt a long time in coming and Sweden’s 1-0 win over South Korea which made Max question his commitment to watching every single game of the tournament. Finally, we look ahead to tomorrow’s games, including an opportunity for the hosts to qualify for the knockout stages, and Barry auditions for a spin-off pod.
John Barchard, Brandon Gowton & James Seltzer go over the roster as they are buying and selling Eagles players stock after OTAs & Minicamp. Are we underhyping Dallas Goedert? How does the secondary end up at the start of the season? PLUS we answer all of your Eagles mailbag questions
Rog and Davo break down Messi and his 10 friends from the Rosario YMCA falling to an imperious Croatia. Plus, Brazil see off Costa Rica with a pair of late goals and England's manager injures himself.