On this episode of Over/Under 98.5: Joe Murray and Dan Lifshatz preview the NFC North, discuss the latest in UFC, and much more.
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Gasper and Murray: George Floyd protests, Mass. opens up to pro sports, and the NBA's restart format (Hour 1)
Chris Gasper and Jim Murray discuss the protests around the country in the wake of George Floyd's death and Killer Mike's passionate speech in Atlanta.
On this edition of the Sports Hub Golf Club, Hardy gives his recap of The Match, which featured Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.
The Bruins are excited to get back to work.
Five years into his NHL career, Sabres superstar Jack Eichel can't hide his frustration with Buffalo's losing ways.
The latest edition of This Week in Social Media has Christian Arcand breaking down the latest pitch from Jose Canseco and the war of words between Dan Orlovsky and Damian Lillard. Listen to the Adam Jones Show weeknights from 6-11 p.m. on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
In the latest Blair Binge Project, Adam and Christian review Jeremy's latest show choice of GLOW on Netflix. Listen to the Adam Jones Show weeknights from 6-11 p.m. on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
It's a Fill in the Blank Friday on Game of Jones as Adam fields questions on Danny Ainge, NFL fans, Tim Tebow and much more.
Michael Hurley of CBS Boston joins the Adam Jones Show to discuss Mass. allowing practice, the Bruins' road during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and more.
There's a new chapter in the feud between Barstool Sports and Roger Goodell after the NFL commissioner turned down Dave Portnoy as a charity auction winner.
Adam and Christian discuss an ESPN column which outlines how much each franchise is committed to their current quarterback with financial commitments. The guys aren't surprised to see where the Pats are in the rankings and how fluid their situation may be at the spot year-to-year.
Adam Jones opens the show reacting to the announcement from Governor Charlie Baker that will permit local pro teams to re-open their practice facilities.
That fresh start that disgruntled Bruins winger Peter Cehlarik wanted will come in Switzerland.
In the fourth and final Hour of an Agenda Free Friday, Felger and Mazz continued to take calls on everything from the week.
The Boston Celtics will get back to work at their training facility next week, the team confirmed.
During Hour 3 of Felger and Mazz, Mike and Tony continued to discuss the idea of virtual crowds, the return of MLB, and the new NHL playoff format.
While the return format is still being decided, the NBA has found a date of interest when it comes to restarting the season.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continued to talk about the return of sports and MLB negotiations. The guys also discussed The Match: Champions for Charity. Who is the next pairing that you’d want to see? Finally, they talked about the idea of using fake crowd noise. Listen to Felger and Mazz weekdays from 2-6 p.m. on…
Felger and Mazz and Jim Murray shared some opening thoughts before taking calls on everything from the week in the world of sports.
Isaiah Thomas lasted just 2 1/2 years in Boston. But in that time, he authored some amazing performances that should stick with Celtics fans forever.
In this hour: Zolak and Bertrand react to possible guidelines for going to a game at TD Garden… And, we wrap up the show with Fake Promo Friday!
In this hour: Zolak and Bertrand continue with reaction to the NFL rule changes, including the change to the onside kick that did not pass for now.
Mass. governor Charlie Baker is expected to announce Friday that sports teams are allowed to resume practicing in Boston.