Podcast of the Saturday show, Gasper & Murray on The Sports Hub, with hosts Chris Gasper of the Boston Globe and Big Jim Murray from afternoons with Felger & Mazz.
The guys continue the conversation about NBA's all-star weekend, including Anthony Davis' comments about his willingness to come to Boston. Many listeners weigh in about Irving's decision to play in the All-Star game and they get some AAF and golf talk going, too.
The guys start the show talking baseball today. They touch on how surprised they are at the number of free agents out there right now, does this point to a problem brewing in major league baseball? They also talk about Mookie Betts and whether he deserves to get paid this season
In the first hour Chris and Jim revisit the Pats 2019 Super bowl win, they wonder where the team goes from here and about the health of the team. They wrap up the hour with a few comments from Sean McVay
In the final hour of Gasper and Murray they preview the big game and what to look for. They also touch on what Pats fans may need to worry about. We also get to 5 questions with Chris Gasper
Chris and JIm start the show talking about the OT rule effect, how it effects both teams good or bad, and is there a way to change it to make it more fair? They also wonder if Brandin Cooks will be a factor next week, and has Tom Brady embraced his inner bad boy?
In the final hour of Gasper and Murray they revisit the Miami meltdown, who would you blame if they don't win this game tomorrow and 5 questions with Tim McKone
Chris and Jim kick the show off previewing Sunday's game in KC. They take a look back at what happened earlier this season, how the team has changed and what they need to do to pull off a win. Soren Petro from Sportsradio 810 in KC joins the show to give his perspective of how…
Gasper and Murray continue to dissect the upcoming Pats-Chargers matchup, the impact the weather will have on the game and what the future hold for the Pats coaching staff after Bryan Flores is expected to head to Miami.
Gasper and Murray open the show breaking down the Pats-Chargers matchup that is looming on Sunday and what the biggest x-factors will be. They also look at Pats-Chargers history and touch on other playoff games across the NFL.
On the final hour of Gasper and Murray, Chris and Jim continue their preview of Wilcard Weekend, and discuss if Andrew Luck and the Colts can upset the Texans on the road. Also, which is a more attractive destination for Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels? Green Bay or Cleveland? Finally, Gasper and Murray wrap up…
Gasper and Murray begin today's show previewing one of the better sports weekends on the calendar in Wild Card Weekend. Which opponent is the best matchup for the Patriots in the Divisional Round? Plus, will the Pittsburgh Steelers actually shop disgruntled WR Antonio Brown in the offseason? And could the 49ers be a potential landing…
Gasper & Murray along with Tim McKone start out hot and bothered about the Celtics bad loss at home against the Bucks. They then transition to the Josh Gordon-less New England Patriots and how that will affect the 9-5 team with the finish line nearing. The Celtics show tips off at the noontime hour and…
The guys continue to discuss the streaking Celtics to start the show before diving back into breaking down the Steelers-Pats matchup that is looming on Sunday. How confident is the team that they will get it done? They wrap things up with 5 Questions with Gasper.
The guys open the show by previewing the Steelers-Patriots showdown coming up on Sunday. They also look back at the collapse in Miami and discuss the implications of the Chargers beating the Chiefs on Thursday night when it comes to playoff seeding for the Pats.
Gasper and Murray dive into the re-signing of Nathan Eovaldi with the Red Sox fr a four-year deal and whether he will live up to the contract. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald calls in to give his perspective on the Pats-Dolphins matchup and the guys finish the show with 5 Questions.
The guys open the show by dissecting the Patriots' recent road woes against Miami over the past decade and just how much they need to overcome them this weekend. They also dive into Rob Gronkowski's recent struggles and whether he will bounce back as well as the future of Josh McDaniels in New England.
In the final hour, Jim recaps the Thanksgiving day games and how trades have benefitted each winning team. Manish Mehta from the NY Daily News joins the show to preview the Pats/Jets game, his thoughts on Gronk's future and we end the show with 5 Questions with Sarge
Jim is flying solo today and starts the show by recapping the success of the Thanksgiving Day games and the teams who did make trades ahead of the deadline. He also wonders about Gronk's future with the team- is he just a luxury at this point?
In the final hour of the show Jim Murray and Joe Murray continue to dissect the injury and on field struggles of Rob Gronkowski this season and how the Patriots will bounce back after their bye. Greg Bedard of Bostonsportsjournal.com also joins the show to give listeners a preview of his exclusive interview with Tom…
Jim Murray is flying solo for Saturday's show and starts thinks off by looking at the status of Rob Gronkowski of the Patriots heading into the bye week. Was the loss against the Titans a fluke or indicative of the bigger issues the team has? And will we see Gronk in prime form again this…
In this hour the guys continue to Jimmy and Malcolm Butler trade talk. They touch on whose name goes first on different shows and why. And they touch on Marcus Smart's latest comments and why the coaches are doing their job, yet the players may not be doing theirs.
Adam Jones is in for Big Jim today and they kick off the show talking about the upcoming match up with Tennessee and Malcolm Butler. They each weigh in on the trade from last year as well as hear from you
The guys continue to discuss Rob Gronkowski's recent struggles in the red zone and just how long his future as a Patriot will continue for. They also dive back into the all-time QB debate with Brady, Manning and Rodgers before wrapping things up with five questions for Chris Gasper.
The guys open the show by debating Peyton Manning's spot in the hierarchy of all-time QBs ahead of the showdown between Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers on Sunday night in Foxboro. They also look ahead to the Pats-Packers matchup and the recent struggles of Rob Gronkowski in the red zone.
On the final hour of Gasper & Murray, the guys continue to analyze last night's Game 3 marathon, and also preview Game 4. Who should take the mound for the Sox? And will we see Drew Pomeranz make his post season debut tonight?