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The Lakers and Pelicans wasted no time in kicking off a game of offseason musical chairs in the NBA. What does Davis in L.A. this early in the offseason mean for the rest of 2019 free agency? Plus, does this make the Lakers title favorites, or do they have a lot more work to do? Hosts: Chris...
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons recaps Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Toronto's first ever NBA title, Golden State's injuries, Toronto's sound game plan, what Kevin Durant's next year may look like, and more (1:45). Then Bill sits down with actor Adam Scott to talk about the first year of 'Jimmy...
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In an emergency podcast, Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han, Dave McMenamin and Kirk Goldsberry discuss the Lakers trading for Anthony Davis, how fair the terms of the trade are and what L.A. does next with their remaining cap space.
In a thrilling Game 6 of the NBA Finals, the Toronto Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors to win their first championship in franchise history. Host: John Gonzalez Guest: Kevin O’Connor
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On today's final episode of The Drop with NBA TV, the guys discuss the Raptors 2019 NBA championship, what it was like to be in the locker room and live in Jurassic Park, the Warriors' valiant effort, Leigh's press box etiquette, and what's next in store for the show. Turn up. Love you, guys....
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All eyes on Old Trafford for the most eagerly awaited match of the tournament as India and Pakistan face off. In this pod you’ll hear from Waqar Younis on what it’s like to play and coach in these games, plus a brilliant account of what this fixtures means to fans with Doosra podcast host Aatif...
Max Rushden, Lars Sivertsen, Michael Butler and Chris Paouros discuss a record-breaking World Cup win, follow-throughs, Wales in trouble, Lionel Messi making a lot of money and the perils of being a non-league referee. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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Freddie Fittler's Blues are feeling the pinch after a loss in Origin 1 and Matty, Finchy and Kenty give their take on what needs to happen next plus some classic Mario Fenech tales. Download Australia's No.1 podcast.
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Brendan's back from filming a new movie role and Bryan's back from hanging with Matt Mitrione and the 2 ton club. The guys talk Instagram racists, UFC 238, Cowboy Cerrone's new haircut, upcoming Vegas trip with the team, The Beatles, Bill Burr's rant on Yoko Ono, Voodoo p****i, Bryan's swinger's...
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Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han, Tim Bontemps and Nick Friedell react to the news of another to-be free agent injury in the Finals (1:30), the future of the Warriors (13:50), the champion mettle of the Raptors (23:50) and Kawhi the kingmaker (42:20).
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Michael Vaughan, Sir Alastair Cook and Jonathan Agnew reflect on England’s ‘perfect performance’ to beat West Indies by 8 wickets, but there are concerns about injuries to Eoin Morgan and Jason Roy. We hear from Joe Root, who scored a century and took two wickets, as well as Morgan and an angry...
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HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to recap a roller coaster of a Game 5, KD’s injury, Kawhi’s impressive play, a depleted Warriors bench, a dangerous Raptors squad, Game 6 implications, how KD’s injury may affect free agency, Gym Corner, the Stanley Cup final, and more!
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Emma Saunders, Izzy Christiansen, Lindsay Johnson and Vicki Sparks discuss the World Cup so far - hearing about a broken sink in Nice and the pain of missing out on the tournament through injury, as well as asking whether it has had lift off in France.
We briefly preview what the Warriors have to do to make up for the loss of Kevin Durant for the remainder of the Finals (more Boogie?) (1:30). Then, we run through each big-market team with cap space and wonder whether KD’s injury has dramatically affected their offseason plans...
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Brian Windhorst, Zach Lowe, Andrew Han and Kendrick Perkins offer instant reaction to the Toronto Raptors' Game 6 win over the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals on the floor of Oracle Arena. Special cameo by 2019 NBA champion Marc Gasol.
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Hear from Philippa York on whether Wout Van Aert is the next Sean Kelly For the second day in a row Wout Van Aert showed a clean pair of heels and dispatched with his rivals to win the stage at the Critérium du Dauphiné. The only difference this time around was that he won a messy bunch...
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A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Chris Wesseling bring you the latest update on the Patriots and Texans with regards to Nick Caserio (5:39) and what it could mean for the teams. The heroes spin around the second week of mandatory minicamps and get you...
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- Does Kawhi get enough credit for being a star on offense? (00:20)- How will KD’s injury affect his free agency? (6:07)- Should the Lakers give up Kyle Kuzma for Anthony Davis? (9:05)- Does Rich Paul have too much power over the Lakers’ future? (24:27)- Will Hard Knocks be good or bad for the...
A room filled with heroes- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling and Gregg Rosenthal bring you all the latest news around the NFL including Cam Jordan signing a 3 year extension (11:23) , Shurmur not ruling out Daniel Jones starting over Eli Manning (16:36) and a paintball injury between...
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HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Joe House to recap game 4 of the NBA Finals, Kawhi’s historic playoff run, game 5 predictions, NBA Summer moves, and more (2:05). Then Bill sits down with boxing heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr. to talk about his exhilarating fight with Anthony...
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On Thu.'s episode of The Starters, Trey checks in from Oracle to set the scene for the final game at the arena, explain which team is under the most pressure, and the recipe for a Warriors Game 6 win. Tas and Leigh discuss if the Raptors can bounce back, whether Klay will finally have an...
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In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast we look back at stage 6 of the Critérium du Dauphiné. Julian Alaphilippe came out on top after winning from the early break and Philippa York gives her expert analysis on the Frenchman and who he compares to from the last two decades. We also hear...
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Welcome to a special episode of Pull Up, coming to you all the way from Beijing! CJ gives an update on his tour of China and talks about the passion the country has for the game of Basketball. CJ and Jordan also discuss Kevin Durant’s unfortunate injury and the distasteful reaction by the Toronto...
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While in NYC for Bellator 222, Chael links up with the man himself, TJ Dillashaw! Join Chael and TJ as they discuss DC vs. Stipe, Uriah Faber, shoulder surgeries, Brock Lesnar and a lot more. Don't miss this one! Go to BuyRaycon.com/CHAEL to get 20% OFF your earbuds order!  Download the...
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Caroline Barker is joined by England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs, former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis and Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes in Le Havre as England book their place in the World Cup knockout stages after a 1-0 victory over Argentina. The panel analyse England’s...
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Check out who nailed their Origin predictions, how NRL stars prepare differently for the big stage and Robbie Slater talks about the dangers of playing against Maradona. Join Matty, Kenty and Finch for the best rugby league podcast in the game.
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Game 5 of the NBA Finals was headlined by Kevin Durant’s league-shaking Achilles injury and punctuated by an unusual number of bizarre moments (4:39). Plus: Teams around the league prepare for movement in the fast-approaching NBA draft (41:33), and the Memphis Grizzlies hire Taylor Jenkins as...
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Brendan's in studio on Wednesday this week to recap UFC 238 and talks impressive performances by Henry Cejudo, Tony Ferguson and other MVP picks of the night, Tony's chances at a title shot next, Dustin Poirier pay discrepancy and upcoming fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov, Cowboy Cerrone's future,...
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Max Rushden, Jonathan Wilson, Lars Sivertsen, Mark Langdon and Suzy Wrack discuss the opening weekend of France 2019, the conclusion of the Nations League, disrespect via kitchen utensils and an Ultrasling 3. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
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Zach Lowe, Brian Windhorst, Cassidy Hubbarth, Andrew Han and Kendrick Perkins offer instant reaction to the Golden State Warriors' Game 5 win over the Toronto Raptors in the 2019 NBA Finals on the floor of Scotiabank Arena.
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Colin discusses the NBA Finals and explains that injuries were  the major factor. He believes the Golden State Warriors dynasty is over and G Steph Curry will need help. Colin also has more on New Orleans Pelicans F Anthony Davis, and where the NBA is most likely headed. Guests include Chris...
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The tampering allegations by the Patriots, the Texans' failure to build around Deshaun Watson, and the Raiders on ‘Hard Knocks’ (0:35). Then, Joel Corry on deciphering Carson Wentz’s confusing new contract, the Eagles' future, the Cowboys' path forward with the Dak extension, and the way...
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Welcome to the second part of our European special on the Blood Red channel to see how the leading clubs on the continent are going to react to Liverpool winning the Champions League. In part one, we spoke to writers who cover Ligue 1 in France and the Bundesliga in Germany, and if you missed the...
 
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Join Gordon Tallis, James Hooper, Anthony Maroon and Paul Kent for hour two of the Triple M Sunday NRL Show.
Hear from Brailsford, Poels, Dumoulin and Porte from the Criterium du Dauphiné   Wout van Aert won the stage, Adam Yates pulled on yellow but the major talking point on stage 4 of the Critérium du Dauphiné was the news that Chris Froome had crashed out with several fractures and will miss the...
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- Are injuries the only reason Golden State failed to 3-peat? (:14)- Did Kawhi deserve to win his second Finals MVP? (25:57) - Did the Raptors deserve to win their first NBA title? (48:06) - Shocked the Warriors are favorites with KD and Klay in limbo? (59:57)- Did this Finals put a stain on...
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On this week's show I'm joined by Philippe Auclair to discuss FIFA and some of the wider issues that are affecting football right now – from internationals, World Cups, nation state finances and vested interests who are shaping the game for financial and commercial interests rather than sporting...
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Colin says the Raptors won because of injuries and isn't sorry if that offends Canada. He thinks we are now entering a time of parity in the league because no team will have 3 stars next season. FS1 NBA Analyst Chris Broussard talks about if the Warriors are in trouble moving forward and if Kawhi...
Join Gordon Tallis, James Hooper, Anthony Maroon and Paul Kent for hour one of the Triple M Sunday NRL Show.
 
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The Toronto Raptors push ahead to a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals after defeating the Golden State Warriors in dominant fashion. Host: John Gonzalez Guests: Dan Devine, Kevin O’Connor
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Kevin Durant suffers an Achilles injury in his first game back, but the Golden State Warriors manage to pull out a win against the Toronto Raptors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Host: John Gonzalez Guest: Chris Ryan
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After a busy and incident packed race, Jennie and the team debate whether Sebastian Vettel’s five second penalty was fair or whether the Ferrari driver should feel a little hard done by. Lewis Hamilton went on to win the race to extend his lead at the top of the championship to 29 points. Jack...
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It's Origin time and Matty, Kenty and Finchy dissect both teams, the controversial picks and a game looming as a classic, recount the best of Tommy Raudonikis and Matty recalls Mitchell Pearce's sleepover at the Johns household.
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Alastair Cook chats England's task against the West Indies, whether or not Jason Roy could feature in the Ashes, the sleepless nights he had when leading England, and is joined by old friend Graeme Swann to reminisce about their days in the slip cordon. Plus, we check in with Eoin Morgan to ask...
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Penrith have gone from bad to worse, Mitchell Pearce has hit top form and the Knights are now running hot and Matty Johns pays tribute to two legends who passed away this week in Bob Hawke and Quentin Pongia. Join Matty, Kenty and Finch for the best rugby league podcast in the game.
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Pressure is mounting on NRL coaches, an Origin rumour that won't go away, a grudge match of epic proportions and the song Matty can't get out of his head.
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The rumours are true! To celebrate another season of the Football Ramble coming to a close, we’re digging deep into the archives at Ramble HQ to bring you ten Best Of episodes, featuring some vintage Ramble moments. It’ll keep you going over summer before we return with new shows in July, and...
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