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Jake and Dan are up late after the Denver Nuggets torched the Miami Heat in game 1 of the 2023 NBA Finals and they’re ready to talk about it, along with going through some of the major NBA news items of the day.
Yahoo Sports' Jori Epstein and Charles McDonald give their biggest takeaways from witnessing New York Jets and New York Giants OTAs before diving in to Charles' top five available free agents and their ideal landing spots.
Dan Wetzel and SI’s Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger break down all the latest developments happening right now at this year’s SEC meetings.
With Memorial Day weekend in the rearview mirror it's time to take a look back at the first part of the baseball season and determine if the Texas Rangers are legit World Series contenders.
The No Cap Room is back and this time, they’re explaining why a lot of other people are wrong. The perception of LeBron James is wrong, the rumors around Joe Mazzulla are wrong, and the talk about legacies in the NBA is obviously wrong. Listen to find out why!
Jori Epstein and Frank Schwab recap the biggest news to come out of the owner's meetings and the start of offseason programs around the league.
Dan Wetzel and SI’s Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger center today’s podcast around all of the different directions that live sports could splinter off into as cable and streaming networks take a bigger slice of the broadcasting pie.
Hannah and Zach are back with more baseball fun and games, as well as a long conversation with Tampa Bay Rays pitching coach Kyle Snyder about the frequency of pitcher injuries in today’s MLB.
Scott Pianowski and Dalton Del Don go pick-by-pick in a first round 12-team half PPR league format mock draft to see if Yahoo's fantasy staff made the right selection or if there was a better option on the table.
Charles Robinson and Charles McDonald kick things off by analyzing the latest reporting around the looming contract extension for Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow, who has indicated he may be willing to take a more team-friendly deal like Patrick Mahomes or Tom Brady. Burrow's comments are yet another sign that Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson's fully guaranteed contract was a complete outlier. They move on to discussing the new wave of investigations by the NFL into gambling policy violations. What needs to change about the current set of rules to ensure these violations don't continue? Next, the duo talk about the report that San Francisco 49ers QB Trey Lance has improved his throwing motion this offseason. Robinson points out that once these type of reports start coming out, it's usually a bad sign for the state of the quarterback's career. Later, Robinson and McDonald dive into second-year players who are primed for a breakout season, including Atlanta Falcons QB Desmond Ridder, Baltimore Ravens SAF Kyle Hamilton, Philadelphia Eagles DT Jordan Davis, New Orleans Saints CB Alontae Taylor and Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Rachaad White.
Jared Greenberg from TNT and NBA TV joins Vincent Goodwill to discuss problems in the Celtics locker room, Jimmy Butler being different, how the Nuggets built their team and the retirement of Carmelo Anthony.
Dan Wetzel and SI’s Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger kick off today’s podcast with the news surrounding paying players for their likenesses in video games, along with the Big Ten’s messy TV contract.
Matt Harmon and Andy Behrens share their list of the top 5 moves made this offseason that will have the biggest fantasy impact this season.
Jake and Dan are back with another fun episode of No Cap Room where they discuss “Playoff Jimmy” as a folk hero throughout time, Rui Hachimura as “The Jokic Stopper”, the best open head coaching jobs and Jake’s time at the NBA Draft Lottery and Combine.
Dan Wetzel and SI’s Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger kick off the podcast breaking down all of the events that transpired at the latest round of ACC meetings.
Yahoo Sports NBA Draft Analyst Krysten Peek is joined by Matt Babcock from Draft Digest for an immediate reaction to the 2023 NBA Draft Lottery, which saw the San Antonio Spurs getting the 1st overall pick and (probably) Victor Wembanyama.
Matt Harmon and Matt Waldman rank the best and worst fantasy fits for the top rookie QBs, RBs, WRs, and TEs.
Hannah and Zach go through the news of the day, including Aaron Judge looking sideways during an at-bat and causing controversy in the process, before playing a game and then discussing how great the entire AL East has been so far this season.
NBA reporting legend David Aldridge joins Vince Goodwill to preview the Conference Finals, talk through what’s next for the Warriors and 76ers and discuss Ja Morant getting in trouble with a gun again. Cassandra Negley joins the show to preview the 2023 WNBA season.
Charles Robinson and Jori Epstein kick off an exciting week of news around the NFL as the NFL schedule was released and rookie minicamps are officially underway. Charles and Jori start off by discussing the Cleveland Browns trading for pass rusher Za-Darius Smith. Combined with rumors surrounding RB Dalvin Cook, could the Minnesota Vikings be entering a period of "competitive rebuild?" How long can we expect QB Kirk Cousins to be there? Next, the duo discuss the sale of the Washington Commanders, which has been agreed to, but the owners still need to officially approve the deal. In other news, New York Jets DT Quinnen Williams has removed all mention of the team from his Twitter profile as he seeks a contract extension. The duo finish off the news portion by addressing the Ja Morant controversy in the NBA and how sports leagues should handle situations like this going forward. The NFL schedule was released last week, and Jori recaps her article discussing the biggest takeaways from the 2023 NFL schedule, including some high-profile QB battles, interesting playoff rematches and the season opener between the Kansas City Chiefs and Detroit Lions. Finally, Charles and Jori discuss some of the more intriguing soundbites to come out of rookie minicamps and decide whether they're buying what the teams are selling. The discussion centers around the Carolina Panthers and rookie QB Bryce Young, Indianapolis Colts rookies Anthony Richardson and Josh Downs, the Philadelphia Eagles and rookie DT Jalen Carter and the Tennessee Titans and rookie QB Will Levis.
Dan Wetzel and SI’s Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger discuss the possibilities of yet another summer that could include massive conference realignments in college football.
Matt Harmon and Dalton Del Don provide their instant reactions to the NFL schedule release and identify which games will define the 2023 season.
With Jake in Phoenix ready to attend Suns-Nuggets, the guys talk through last night’s Warriors win over the Lakers, the Knicks stepping up at MSG, how the All-NBA teams will affect the Boston Celtics and more.
Dan Wetzel and SI’s Pat Forde & Ross Dellenger examine the latest investigations that are taking place at the University of Iowa and Iowa State amid student athlete gambling allegations.
This week on the Bandwagon, Hannah and Zach try and figure out how Juan Soto ended up in a Petco for his calendar shoot, explore the already tumultuous relationship between Willson Contreras and the Cardinals, and chat with Craig Goldstein from Baseball Prospectus about appreciating umpires.