Alex Hoegler and Owen Munro discuss the week that has been in sports. Tom Brady was re-suspended after losing his case in a US Court of Appeal this morning and we talk about the potential ramifications on the Pats NFL title hopes (3:35). After last week's Sprotscast, another big deal landed down in the NFL world with Philadelphia moving from No. 8 to No. 2 with Cleveland. We look at whether it was the right move for Philly and Cleveland's propensity to not cash in on good deals (12:00). We then take a look on the ice where the Islanders eliminated the Panthers in somewhat controversial fashion (23:45); Pavel Dastyuk returning to Russia and Alex Radulov coming back to the NHL (26:00). We finally end up looking at Stephen Curry's injury and if that has any potential to stop the Golden State Warriors from an unbelievable season (42:00).
We are back after a brief internship-related layoff taking a look at the NHL and NBA playoffs in our season 2 premiere. We ponder what our favourite series has been in the NHL playoffs thus far, if we are concerned about the Raptors losing game one to the Indiana Pacers at home and if the Los Angeles Rams made too big of a splash trying to find their franchise quarterback. Also: new Games of Thrones-like music. Check it!
Today on the show Owen, Bryan and Alex talk about their greatest backyard wrestling moments, which included a broken chair and a broken body. That segues into the cage match that is the NBA season - can Golden State reach 73 wins? Is Oklahoma City the team destined to beat the Warriors? We then talk puck, including whether the Canucks should move Jannik Hansen, potential LA Kings splash move and if Ilya Kovalchuk will ever return to North America.