Daly Dose 03-03-21 Lebron refuses to shut up and dribble…sort of

Lebron James reminds us that he will NOT just shut up and dribble! We also have a really disturbing sports story coming from Qatar as they prepare for the 2022 World Cup, and another alarming story coming out of the NBA!

Daly Dose 01-27-21 Super Bowl LV is set!

This week on the Daly Dose, Super Bowl LV is now set as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be meeting the Kansas City Chiefs in the big game. We recap the NFC Championship. Did Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur cost his team the game? The Kansas City Chiefs have one player that proved to be extremely valuable against the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship game. We also remember the amazing career and life of Hank Aaron, and we even have some really good news this week in college sports!

Then, we begin to take a look forward to both college basketball and the NBA seasons. But before we do, I explain why I am not particularly pleased with College Basketball right now, and why some of our leaders need to step up their game!

Then we examine some of the biggest storylines in college hoops. Who are the top teams? Who are some of the top players, and who are the best conferences in this odd season?

We discuss that lack of surprises that we can expect in the NBA, but there are a few teams that have caught our attention.

Finally, our Daly Dose Top 5 takes a look at five better options for getting out the vaccines for this worldwide pandemic. We have five options that can get us back on track quickly!

Daly Dose 10-21-20 Handing out our 2020 NBA Awards

This week on the Daly Dose, we are back after a short break, and we are discussing the current popularity of playing “make believe”. We are seeing so many people playing pretend in everyday life, and in the world of sports! This week, we look at a number of the ways that life today is forcing us to do a lot of pretending, and we talk about some of the crazy things that are taking place right now in the state of California!

Alabama head coach Nick Saban refused to sit out the Crimson Tide’s big win against Georgia, we have some good news for haters of the New England Patriots, but some bad news for most of the rest of the NFL, and the Los Angeles Dodgers flexed some serious muscle last night in Game 1 of the 2020 WorldSeries. Can the Tampa Bay Rays find a way to battle back?

Then, we are handing out some 2019-2020 NBA season end awards! We realize that no one watched the NBA Playoffs or Finals, but we are still handing out some awards for 6th Man, Coach of the Year, Executive of the Year, and the Most Valuable Player! 

Finally, following the Lakers NBA Finals win, Lebron James said he wanted some respect! Today, our Daly Dose Top 5 counts down five ways that we can show him some!

Daly Dose 10-14-20 The best of the Daly Dose

This week on the Daly Dose, we are reflecting back on a very tough day in Chicago Cubs history. Who is truly to blame for their painful memory?

Then, we are flashing back to the very first days of the Daly Dose Sports Podcast! In fact, it was even prior to the podcast! This week, we have a show full of clips from the old Daly Dose radio show, and we are revisiting some old Daly Dose Top 5’s!

In this episode, we counted down the Top 5 Denver Broncos Valentines, the Top 5 in game NBA dunkers, the Top 5 decisions ever made by Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, and the Top 5 toughest guys ever in the NBA!  

Daly Dose 09-16-20 What we learned from NFL Week 1

This week on the Daly Dose, we wish two historical sports greats a very happy birthday, and reflect on how great it is to have sports returning! 

The new AP college football is out, and we discuss why getting some new blood in the Top 25 is a really good thing. In the NBA, the Conference Finals are now set, as the Denver Nuggets shocked the Los Angeles Clippers, and the Miami Heat got a tough win against the Boston Celtics in Game 1. 

Then, we are reviewing the first week of the 2020 NFL season, and  examining what we learned from the opening weekend. We look at why the fans in Kansas City were booing, how to help the NFL broadcasts, why the Cleveland Browns are good for us, and why the Indianapolis Colts looked very familiar. 

Tom Brady found things to be different with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bill Belichick is up to his usual tricks with the New England Patriots, and we explain what has changed since last year for the Dallas Cowboys. The injuries are racking up, the Denver Broncos are hoping for a trade in, and we look at the best part of NFL Week 1!

Finally, with an impressive opening night by Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards Hilaire, we countdown the Top 5 debut performances by rookie running backs in NFL history!

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Daly Dose YouTube video 09-02-20 A glaring mistake made by the NBA

This week on the Daly Dose YouTube video, the NBA seems to have made a major mistake in their latest protest.

College football returned over the weekend, and while we are watching and cheering for it to have success, we have some suspicions that the Big Ten conference might be cheering for something else entirely.

Daly Dose 08-05-20 What we have learned from the return of sports so far

This week on the Daly Dose, it is the anniversary of American Olympian Jesse Owens winning gold at the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin. We discuss the insane pressure that he must have faced. 

The XFL finds some help from an unlikely source, and a group of college football players is making some demands, but they may not have thought them through completely. 

Then, we are examining some of the things that we have already learned from the return of sports in America so far. We look at why so many people in the American sports media seem to be against sports returning. We discuss why many seem to be cheering for another sports shutdown. 

Major League Baseball has returned, and we learned that there are certain approved ways of “breaking the rules”. Plus, we were reminded of a very important item about the game of baseball!

We also learned that the NBA could have some problems on the horizon, and NBA defenses clearly need some serious work.

College football conferences are making schedule changes, and we are pretty sure that we know why. And the NHL has proven to be pretty exciting so far…at least for some fans. 

Finally, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers stated that he believes his days in Green Bay are numbered. Today, we countdown the Top 5 teams where he could end up, if he leaves the Packers!  

Daly Dose 07-22-20 Our questions for the restart of the NBA season

This week on the Daly Dose, it is National Hot Dog Day, and we discuss that staple of American sports concession stands! 

A major sports story took place last week, but most of the media tended to ignore it. Major League Baseball is returning this week, but most of us will ignore that too.

Two NFL players are hanging up their cleats, but they are each in very different situations, and the former Washington Redskins franchise still has a number of problems to sort out.

Then, we are taking a close look at the restart of the NBA season next week. We have a number of questions for how this will all work. What is the playoff format? How will the play-in tournament work? Who will the neutral court in Orlando favor the most? What is going to happen if someone tests positive? We do our best to answer these questions and many more. 

Finally, we know that the finish to this season is going to be a little weird. Today our Daly Dose Top 5 counts down the Top 5 weirdest moments in NBA history!

Daly Dose YouTube video 07 01 20 The Patriots sign Cam Newton

This week on the Daly Dose YouTube video, the New England Patriots sign QB Cam Newton. What can we expect to see from that move?

The NFL made an announcement that isn’t the bad news people think it is, and they also announced they will be making some changes to stadiums this fall, which could present some unique challenges.

The NBA released their restart schedule, and the Los Angeles Lakers lost one player, but signed another. What repercussions could come from their roster moves?