Holley and Keefe discuss the brewing Celtics-Wizards rivalry and whether it can ever develop into something like the Celtics rivalries of yesteryear.

[0:04:47] ... to have seen them out of rebounder. Gonna bring this up again Amir Johnson and really placed fourteen point five minutes tonight. They were it was a do what so you could have given those minutes ...
[0:05:32] ... but Gardner as the locals to Dallas there's one guy I got PJ Tucker. Not not really what you get from keypad PJ Tucker you get the same thing from. You could theoretically get the same thing from Jae Crowder. Do you. Let let's TJ it now rebounds per game the rugged small forward only to read small forward on the decision average like six throughout our rebounds this year earning the 66 guys who. I really do the right person to say that Kevin guy who claims to be a rebound our Andrew Bogut. While the happening I am a stockbroker and I broke penetrator or ride dollars three rebounder right there are no longer traded. ...
[0:06:43] ... good player who was an aunt and yet he was and is Isiah Thomas. Al Horford all of these all of our guys can complain that's magic router and if you if you wanted to get ...





We close out the show with the best sound clips of the day!

[0:02:14] ... of that that's over an upset over the less than him and Andy Reid out of pitcher yesterday Jerry writes oh my god. He had react like gravy on this day it was marquee so if ...
[0:05:07] ... the silent last night or TNT called an ex clippers game. We've Brent Barry and Derek Fisher when it came time for big check three or promo for the NBA's Latino fan appreciation month the TNT crow that little ...
[0:10:44] ... Some phone calls only to be taken. Some phone calls don't. But Tiger Woods has been on immediate chore the past few days last but he appeared it was Scott their tolerance for senator and we ...
[0:11:47] ... of used to it because you never seen was how to humble Tiger Woods even go back ten years fifteen years Tiger Woods without a hat was it was odd site. And LeBron if he wants to hold onto it you know wait until the ...






We close out the show with the best sound clips of the day!

[0:02:14] ... of that that's over an upset over the less than him and Andy Reid out of pitcher yesterday Jerry writes oh my god. He had react like gravy on this day it was marquee so if ...
[0:05:07] ... the silent last night or TNT called an ex clippers game. We've Brent Barry and Derek Fisher when it came time for big check three or promo for the NBA's Latino fan appreciation month the TNT crow that little ...
[0:10:44] ... Some phone calls only to be taken. Some phone calls don't. But Tiger Woods has been on immediate chore the past few days last but he appeared it was Scott their tolerance for senator and we ...
[0:11:47] ... of used to it because you never seen was how to humble Tiger Woods even go back ten years fifteen years Tiger Woods without a hat was it was odd site. And LeBron if he wants to hold onto it you know wait until the ...






HOUR 4 - In the final hour of the show, Glenn and Lou recap some of the amazing details coming out of the Aaron Hernandez trial.

[0:00:18] ... Ku and mu and Christian but it only metaphor I hate to New England Patriots got him out and no matter who they play I'd like them to lose Tom Brady would probably like expresses gratitude for the FBI's assistance and her parents on some football jerseys audio on his behalf now. Right ...
[0:05:42] ... it Medea. Okay allegedly allegedly. So now. He is planned for the New England Patriots. He is concerned. That Alexander Bradley who know everything about the drive by shootings is either gonna turn imminent war. The two ...
[0:11:48] ... hear it when you listen to. This guy was playing for the New England Patriots. When all this stuff was going on Islam just described. He was probably speaking out of practice a back door trying to ...
[0:13:53] ... Malcolm Butler can't get right now and that's an extension by the New England Patriots. Certainly to his satisfaction it's unbelievable when you think about that and. What are the man with the greatest. The individual to ...






Kirk joined Gary Tanguay for last night's "Early Edition" and went off the rails in the A-block. He likely will never be back.
In HOUR 3 the guys get back into the Colin Kaepernick conversation, and talk about how there is this battle going on between the Kaepernick defenders and detractors, about how bad of a backup he really is.
HOUR 2 kicks off with a recap of how Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey was stolen. Glenn and Lou also get back into some Celtics talk and wonder how this team isn't MUCH better last year's team. Later in the hour, Colin Kaepernick's name came up due to some comments from Donald Trump, Jemele Hill, and Michael Smith.
HOUR 1 - Glenn and Lou get into the bad call at the end of the Bruins game. Lou is convinced Avery Bradley makes the Celtics go. The Bruins game had a playoff atmosphere. The guys also ask how much of a disappointment an early Bruins playoff exit will be, now that the team has proven to play better under Bruce Cassidy.

One of Bill Simmons’ signature pieces is his annual NBA trade value column. In it, he ranks the most valuable players in the league.

And now he says his former Grantland colleague, Jonah Keri, is stealing it from him.

In a tweet Tuesday, Simmons appears to chastise Keri for publishing an MLB trade value column on Sports Illustrated. Keri first started applying the concept to baseball players when he worked under Simmons, who served as Grantland’s editor-in-chief.

It’s possible Simmons is tweeting in jest. For starters, Keri wrote the same article on SI last year, and Simmons didn’t comment publicly. He also gives Simmons credit at the end of the piece, along with Fangraph’s Dave Cameron, who writes a similar column on his website.

“Thanks as always to Bill Simmons, who came up with the idea to rank all NBA players by trade value many years ago and urged me to start an MLB Trade Value series. Special shoutout to FanGraphs’ Dave Cameron, who’s been doing his own MLB rankings for the past several years,” Keri writes.

Given Simmons’ history of petty feuds, it wouldn’t be shocking if he were genuinely peeved. If that’s the case, he has little ground to stand on, considering ranking players based on their trade value is far from an original concept.

Perhaps Simmons is still stewing over the cancellation of his HBO talk show, “Any Given Wednesday,” which was discontinued last year after just 25 episodes.

Blog Author: 
Alex Reimer

One of Bill Simmons’ signature pieces is his annual NBA trade value column. In it, he ranks the most valuable players in the league.

And now he says his former Grantland colleague, Jonah Keri, is stealing it from him.

In a tweet Tuesday, Simmons appears to chastise Keri for publishing an MLB trade value column on Sports Illustrated. Keri first started applying the concept to baseball players when he worked under Simmons, who served as Grantland’s editor-in-chief.

It’s possible Simmons is tweeting in jest. For starters, Keri wrote the same article on SI last year, and Simmons didn’t comment publicly. He also gives Simmons credit at the end of the piece, along with Fangraph’s Dave Cameron, who writes a similar column on his website.

“Thanks as always to Bill Simmons, who came up with the idea to rank all NBA players by trade value many years ago and urged me to start an MLB Trade Value series. Special shoutout to FanGraphs’ Dave Cameron, who’s been doing his own MLB rankings for the past several years,” Keri writes.

Given Simmons’ history of petty feuds, it wouldn’t be shocking if he were genuinely peeved. If that’s the case, he has little ground to stand on, considering ranking players based on their trade value is far from an original concept.

Perhaps Simmons is still stewing over the cancellation of his HBO talk show, “Any Given Wednesday,” which was discontinued last year after just 25 episodes.

Blog Author: 
Alex Reimer