Daly Dose 01-22-19 Are the NFL refs to blame?

Tuesday on the Dose, we are recapping the holiday weekend and discussing all that we learned from a very interesting weekend in sports.

Super Bowl LIII is now set, but did the NFL officials have too much input on the final outcomes of both of the conference championship playoff games?

In the NBA, the rich seem to be getting richer, and one team has an impressive streak going.

We have a new number one team in college hoops, and one former world champions boxer’s career might be over!

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Daly Dose 07-17-18 Winners and losers from the NBA offseason

Tuesday on the Dose, we discuss the lack of quality sports to watch right now, and even look at a few options that are on Netflix to keep us busy.  

We look at the LeVeon Bell situation in Pittsburgh, and talk about why it doesn’t make sense for him to sit out regular season games.

Finally, with the NBA Draft behind us, and free agency slowing down, who are the biggest winners and losers from the offseason so far?

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Daly Dose 05-10-18 NBA free agents are coming

Thursday on the Daly Dose, the NBA season is winding down, and we take an early look at a few of the big name free agents that are going to be on the market!

The Boston Celtics are moving on to the Eastern Conference Finals, and we have a couple of odd stories coming out of Major League Baseball.

Finally, we get to our sports media overreactions of the week! Is LeBron James’ supporting cast significantly worse that Michael Jordan’s? Could LeBron be heading to New York to join the Knicks? And what was the deal with Tom Brady’s outfit at the Met Gala? We answer these questions and more!

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Daly Dose #117 Our NBA All-Star Improvements

This week on the Daly Dose, we look at a few very simple ways to improve NBA All Star Weekend. The dunk contest, the 3 point contest, and the All Star game itself were all a little underwhelming. Never fear, we can fix them all Daly Dose style!

We discuss a few trades around the league involving the Toronto Raptors, the New Orleans Pelicans, and the Sacramento Kings, and what in the world are the Los Angeles Lakers doing?

The UConn Lady Huskies are making history, the Dallas Cowboys don’t care about Tony Romo, and Tom Brady’s diet isn’t the only thing helping his ability to play at 40.

Finally, Cleveland Cavaliers PG Kyrie Irving thinks the world is flat, so we count down the Top 5 other things he believes!

Listen here: Episode #117 Our NBA All-Star Improvements!

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NBA Preview: The Pacific Division

Western Conference

Pacific Division

(Predicted order of finish)

NBA Pacific

1. Golden State Warriors

Kevin Durant decided if you can’t beat ‘em join ‘em, so he took his talents to the Bay area where the Warriors will be favored in all 82 games this season.

Unless they go up 3-1 in a playoff series. Then all bets are off.

 

2. Los Angeles Clippers

The Achilles heel for this team has been the lack of depth behind their starting five, so they went and signed Raymond Felton, Marreese Speights, and Brandon Bass.

So on paper, it looks like the Clippers have gotten significantly better.  

If they can stay healthy, and if the cards break just right, they could maybe…possibly…finish 2nd.

 

3. Phoenix Suns

Phoenix imploded last year, with injuries and team disputes disrupting any chances of success.  

The Suns are not without talent. Brandon Knight, Eric Bledsoe, PJ Tucker, and Devin Booker are a solid nucleus.

And rookie Dragan Bender should be interesting to watch.

And by “interesting” we mean disappointing.

 

4. Sacramento Kings

Kings VP Vlade Divac decided that he would completely rebuild his roster, and coaching staff, to try and keep troubled big man DeMarcus Cousins happy.

It didn’t work, and Cousins is still not pleased.

We are on Cousins’ side and would like to offer a realistic solution.

Make Boogie player/coach, and give us  reason to actually watch this dreadful franchise.

 

5. Los Angeles Lakers

Kobe Bryant finally hung it up, but they have some young talent like Jordan Clarkson D’Angelo Russell, and Julius Randle. And they signed some decent veterans in Luol Deng and Timofey Mosgov.

But until they get rid of some dead weight they are going to continue to struggle.

No not Swaggy P.

We meant Jim Buss.