Daly Dose 07-01-20 Our Daly Dose Sports Mount Rushmores

This week on the Daly Dose, we wish a happy National Postal Workers Day to our favorite people in the world right now. We also remember on his birthday, that as great as Olympian Carl Lewis was, he had some flaws too. 

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?

Then, with Independence Day coming, we are building some American monuments of our own by assembling Mount Rushmores of some of the greatest sports figures in history. We make memorials for boxing, MLB, college hoops, the NBA, college football, and the NFL! Who are the best of the best?

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?

Daly Dose 06-03-20 Finding the positives during this pandemic

This week on the Daly Dose, we discuss why June 3rd is a very significant day in sports history.

The NFL is putting their new onside kick rules on hold, but we explain why their rule changes have already been an offseason success. 

NCAA Power 5 conferences are pushing to get their players paid, but we aren’t sure this won’t lead to a host of future problems, and Notre Dame football makes a change that could be good news. Meanwhile, the NBA and MLB are trying to come up with a plan to restart  their seasons, but they need to get on the same page very soon. 

Then, we discuss some of the positives that so many of us are experiencing through this pandemic situation, and why we have a number of reasons to feel good about sports moving forward. 

Finally, we are predicting the Top 5 sports documentaries that are going to be coming from this strange era! 

Daly Dose 02-19-20 Contenders and pretenders in CBB and the NBA

This week on the Daly Dose, we wish a happy birthday to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and discuss why he is one of the most hated figures in sports.

The New Orleans Saints got some good news, the Daytona 500 finishes exactly how NASCAR was hoping, and the NBA All Star Weekend provided some memorable moments. 

Then, we take a look at some of the true contenders and pretenders in college basketball and the NBA, as those seasons begin to heat up. Who are the teams to watch down the stretch?

Finally, we examine the Major League Baseball scandal, and we have noticed that the Houston Astros are getting more and more frustrated by it. Today, we countdown the Top 5 Houston Astros pet peeves as we get ready for the upcoming season!

Daly Dose 11-06-19 What to watch in CBB and the NBA

This week on the Daly Dose, yesterday was National Love Your Red Hair Day, and we take a look at some of the best red haired athletes in history. 

College basketball got started last night and we have already seen a few upsets, and we can expect a new No1 team next week. 

The first college football playoff rankings came out last night. Did the committee botch the rankings?

Last weekend, we saw a couple of college football teams get themselves back into the college football playoff picture, and one college football team is already pulling the plug on their head coach. 

The New England Patriots suffered their first loss of the season, and the Daly Dose I-Team explains why NFL fans should worry about Josh Gordon joining the Seattle Seahawks. 

Then, we take an early look at the college basketball and NBA seasons. Who are the top teams? Who are some of the up and coming teams? What new rules have been instituted this year? We preview a few of the top stories to watch this season in basketball. 

Finally, with the Houston Astros losing the World Series to the Washington Nationals last week, we countdown the Top 5 forgotten heroes that came up short in a championship game or series!

Daly Dose 07-31-19 The longest sports championship droughts

This week on the Daly Dose, we wish Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban a very happy birthday, and discuss the sports innovation he has contributed that we all still feel the effects today. Plus, the NFC Championship controversy is somehow still dragging on!

Then, as we are in the heat of the summer, we take a look at the longest sports championship droughts going today. Which teams from MLB, NHL, NBA, and the NFL have been waiting the longest for the ultimate ending to the season?

Finally, our Daly Dose Top 5 reveals which current pro sports players have played the most games without ever winning that ultimate championship ring!


Daly Dose 07-17-19 The true winners and losers from NBA free agency

This week on the Daly Dose, we are back with a brand new episode to discuss the TRUE winners and losers from a wild NBA free agency period. With all of the movement and shifting in power, which players and teams are going to benefit, and who came up short?

The men’s final at Wimbledon proved to be historic on Sunday, the NBA summer league has a new champion, there was an ironic tragedy in boxing, and we attempt to sit down with Philadelphia 76ers superstar Ben Simmons to discuss his new contract extension!

Finally, we are seeing a few players in the NBA team up in hopes of forming successful duos. Today, our Daly Dose Top 5 takes a look at five dynamic duos, that proved to be far less than dynamic!

Daly Dose 06-05-19 The MVPs and LVPs of the NBA

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, a college football coach takes a big risk, and the Golden State Warriors have a number of injuries heading into Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Can the Toronto Raptors take advantage? Plus, DeMar DeRozan says he has been a sacrificial lamb, but I think we all know who really brought the Raptors together.

Then our Daly Dose Hump Day power rankings take a look at which players made the biggest impact when they have been on the floor during the NBA season, and we also look at which players may have helped their teams the least!

Daly Dose 05-29-19 The best of the Daly Dose

Wednesday on the Daly Dose, we are remembering a Daly Dose from the early days of the podcast!

The 2015 NBA Finals were over, and the Golden State Warriors were the champions, and we were discussing how different the NBA is now, and what caused so many of the changes that we see in today’s era.

Then, we take a look back at the Top 5 choke jobs of all time in the world of sports!

Daly Dose 05-16-19 A little advice from the Dose

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!