This week on the Daly Dose we are looking forward to the holiday weekend! With Memorial Day being a time for remembrance we recall a few things that we miss in the world of sports. From the big hits in football, to the days before instant replay, to real sports news there are a number of things that have us feeling nostalgic.
This week on the Daly Dose, we take a look at the wild weekend that was the 2017 NFL Draft! Who were the winners and losers as NFL teams selected the top collegiate talent? NFL writer Dillon Brooks stops by to discuss which teams got better, and who may have fallen short!
The NBA conference semifinals are under way, and Clint and Dillon give you their picks in each series, and a few things that have stood out so far.
This week on the Daly Dose, we are discussing the reality television show that is the 2017 NFL Draft! Longtime friend of the show, Larry from Centennial stops by to discuss the yearly phenomenon that is the NFL Draft. We play a game of “You make the pick” and discuss all of the bizarre things that we may see on draft night.
Our picks for who will win the NHL Stanley Cup this season, and we also play a game called “Name the real hockey player”.
The NBA playoffs are heating up, and we share what we have learned from the games so far.
And this week we count down the Top 5 greatest NFL Draft classes of all time!
Listen here to Episode 126: The 2017 NFL Draft Preview
Longtime Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney passed away last week, and wee look at one of his draft classes that might be the best ever in NFL history. The 2017 NFL Draft is coming next week and there are a few teams that could take a QB despite already having a franchise QB on their roster.
We give an NBA Playoff preview, as we look at which series are more likely to go seven games, which one is most likely to have an upset, and which one is likely to have a team lose their voices from whining.
Cleveland general manager David Griffin has decided to bring in top Hollywood acting coach Doug Wright to improve the technique of LeBron James.
Griffin explained. “We decided that his technique was really lacking and that we needed to make a move. It has become painfully obvious that LeBron hasn’t really had any formal training so we decided to make a change. We feel like Doug Wright can help us right away.”
Wright feels like he is up to the challenge and is looking forward to working with a talent like James. “LeBron clearly has a passion for the stage! But his methods are very outdated! He looks like a soccer player most of the time! I mean, hello! It’s not 1986, LeBron and you’re not Diego Maradona!” Wright raved. “This is 2016 and we need you to be more like Draymond Green!”