Tuesday, Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell preview Game 6 of the NBA Finals, discuss the latest news in the potential deal between the Celtics and Clippers and much more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!
Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell talk about the reports that talks between the Clippers and Celtics, examine why the deal appears to have fallen through and talk about what this means for Doc Rivers' future and who the Clippers will hire to coach their squad. Listen
ESPNBoston.com's Chris Forsberg gives his take on the breakdown of talks between the Celtics and Clippers, talks about the chances Doc Rivers will be back with the Celtics and discusses how Rivers would be received by Celtics fans. Listen
ESPN.com Heat writer Brian Windhorst talks about the adjustments he expects the Heat to make in Game 6, forecasts what will happen if Miami loses the series and puts the run of the Big 3 in perspective. Listen
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd says he believes he's the best quarterback in the country, discusses the expectations for the Tigers this season and weighs in on Johnny Manziel's recent use of social media. Listen
North Carolina coach Larry Fedora chats about his team's identity, the difficulties of inheriting a team dealing with NCAA sanctions, what it's like preparing to face Jadeveon Clowney and South Carolina the first week of the season and more. Listen
ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian says although Yasiel Puig is a very exciting player it's silly to think he belongs in the All Star Game. Kurkjian also weighs in on Don Mattingly's return to Yankee Stadium, Alex Rodriguez's progress, the potential trade market and the Mets' terrific young arms. Listen
U.S. Open champion Justin Rose discusses the thrill of winning his first major, his nerves when Phil Mickelson was on the 18th hole and the emotions of winning the tournament of Father's Day. Listen
- Russillo & Kanell
- Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell bring their own flavor to the sports talk game, mixing some pop culture in with the latest happenings in sports.