Thursday on the Daly Dose, a listener asks our advice on surprising his wife, and we are happy to help in any way that we can.
The Milwaukee Bucks get a win in Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals over the Toronto Raptors, but we did notice one area of concern. The Utah Jazz could be interested in signing point guard Mike Conley, although there could be a few drawbacks. The New York Jets make yet another move that has most everyone scratching their head.
Then, we take a look at some of the biggest sports media overreactions of the week!
Should Denver Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco be tutoring rookie Drew Lock? Is James Harden going to finish his career without an NBA title? And was Kawhi Leonard’s Game 7 shot just lucky? We answer these questions and more today on the Dose!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, the New Orleans Pelicans win the Zion Williamson sweepstakes, as they get the top pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
The Golden State Warriors continue to look very strong in the NBA Playoffs, even without Kevin Durant in the lineup, as they roll over the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.
Tiger Woods is being named in a lawsuit that makes very little sense, and then we take a look at which teams in Major League Baseball are spending the least amount of money on player contracts, and which teams are spending the most. Can money really buy happiness in MLB?
Tuesday on the Dose, we know how difficult it can be to declare winners and losers from an event like the 2018 NBA Draft, but we look a little closer, and we have found some very deserving participants!
W name a few teams, a few coaches, a few players, and even a parent as our winners and losers from the NBA selection process.
We also have some breaking LeBron James news that we aren’t so sure about, and another NFL player is trying out the appeals process.
Monday on the Daly Dose, we are recapping the weekend in sports by taking a closer look at what we learned!
In the NBA, Dwight Howard is on the move yet again, and we now know why. There were a number of talented players that went undrafted in the NBA, where will they end up? Carmelo Anthony is going to remain in Oklahoma City for another season, and that could be working against LeBron James ending up in Los Angeles.
In the NFL, Jameis Winston could be in more trouble than we originally thought, and Brett Favre is taking a hard stand against youth football.
We also saw a major comeback in World Cup 2018, an important rule installed in college football, bats taking over in the NCAA World Series, and a surprising team playing well in Major League Baseball!
It is Friday, and we are taking a look at some of the biggest moves in last night’s 2018 NBA Draft. What concerns do we have about Trae Young? What impressed us about Mikhal Bridges? Did the Denver Nuggets get a steal in Michael Porter?
We also preview the weekend in sports including some Major League Baseball series tha might be worth watching and a few games in World Cup 2018.
Finally, we take a look back at the Top 5 best undrafted NBA players of all time!
Thursday on the Daly Dose, we preview tonight’s 2018 NBA Draft with our Daly Dose Mock Draft, as we predict the top 10 selections coming tonight! Will the Phoenix Suns go with DeAndre Ayton?
Where will Real Madrid star Luka Doncic end up going? Who will the Cleveland Cavaliers select considering the LeBron James situation? Will anyone take a chance on Oklahoma point guard Trae Young in the first 10 picks? What could the Golden State Warriors do tonight to upset NBA fans everywhere?
We also have an early trade in the NBA, and some proof from Russia that soccer is a game we should all get on board with!
Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we discuss some breaking news stories including a new Netflix season that sports fans will love. We also have breaking NBA and World Cup news.
The 2018 NBA Draft takes place tomorrow in Brooklyn, and we look at a few teams that keep coming up big with their selections, as well as a few that are struggling.
Finally, our Daly Dose Hump Day Power Rankings reveal the five highest paid players in the NBA this past season. What do most of them have in common? And which of these players didn’t perform at a level worthy of their salary?