We talk about anything and everything on a freestyle friday. Here's hour one with Pats, Sox and Bruins talk.
We look at four key moments when the Celtics faced off against the Atlanta Hawks.
We close out the week with the best in cuts and LAROY!

[0:00:47] ... Your playoff basically ended with you getting hit the base right like JR Smith has run it and I'm curious do you let that go do you forgive him or do you hold onto its bill. ...
[0:01:25] ... and I love the woods got an update from flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He's responding to the critics of his unique rendition of the National Anthem from Kobe's last game the other night penny. I ...
[0:02:43] ... Sports is masses in them and selflessness. He destroyed eighth ransacked. And Jack Nicholson and everybody is sitting courtside celebrating this Magic Johnson calling the greatest Laker no he's not. And Magid knows it Coakley ran ...
[0:06:07] ... Richard Michael my favorite goalie in the world that comfort you still patriots fan of this. They're rooting for that. Now that Salem Ali you know will present a new feature that we're introducing on final ...






Wow! Laroy Streat absolutely brought it this week! Boston Celtics Playoff Basketball as arrivied via Laroy Streat's Freestyle Friday. Check Laroy out every Friday via the Dale & Holley Show.

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What brought the Patriots to the point where they had to part with a fairly high first round pick? Lots of rumors are coming out and we're discussing it all.
We discuss the Bruins state of the season press conference in which it was made clear that Claude Julien is staying, and discuss other aspects of the team after today's media session.

[0:03:58] ... on tradable guy on this team and in fact after he said Patrice Bergeron ain't going anywhere. Emphatically. I he was asked later on about Tuukka Rask and kind of danced around that one lobe that. ...
[0:06:34] ... left all right just. Not the map that cult here are some Patrice Bergeron play with a punctured lung. And they play with a broken leg but took rats. Six and hockey play not not I ...
[0:17:22] ... coach this team right now. Now if you told me that that Joel Quenneville and Mike Babcock were all sitting there on the unemployment line. Does that mean Claude Julien would be back coaching this team I have no idea probably not bought bought what what he was saying as if not ...





Is this it for Pablo? Will he be gone by the time his DL stint is over or are the Sox going to let him get right? We discuss it all.

[0:02:41] ... take a short of short bench and shorten it even more. The Boston Red Sox have been in business for a long time I think they've they've come across situations where you gotta I've got to move ...
[0:03:27] ... lineup on opening of the. So I don't play I have to John Farrell said he wasn't a plan last night even if he hadn't committed outfielder I don't the government case but your game get ...
[0:04:23] ... shoulder hurts. Let me let me just correct the record here Gail. John Farrell left us yesterday and through bleep those guys -- backfield that what happened. That was the sequence and make sure it's to dated and order is it because of my belt buckle question how should I have not asked that because they thought it was it was exactly relevant to what it's what everyone's been talking about all weeklong. I honestly feel like Terry Francona would have had. A great one liner available just tell us. So has received it's happened before in the history of an ...
[0:05:42] ... his bell couldn't contain it on to talk about what what did. Dustin Pedroia sale about that and they all just uniformly discussed the about it it would that the break is Barbara. Where there was ...






Inspired by Golden State, we look at the four best teams ever in the four major sports.
We close out the show with the best sound clips of the day!
We talk with Sox Manager John Farrell for his weekly visit amidst a tough start for the Sox.

[0:00:00] ... Every Wednesday at this time we talked to the manager of the Boston Red Sox John Ferrell brought to you by our belly insurance were down near Fenway Park for the Sox and Orioles play tonight and ...
[0:03:32] ... Through seven games have talked a lot about the decision to attention Chris Young for Travis Shonn against lefties given it. Shot it better against lefties and young did last year but walk us through what would you seem. Well while what I see is a guy that we sign that has been very. Strong throughout his entire Major League career a lengthy Major League career which had a lot of success. Hitting left handed pitching that's what we signed Chris Young for that's what his role is. Granted the you know everyone can point to Travis show is being the guy that is the odd man out in this situation. Well what we're seeing is that we've got to bottom half of our order that is heavily left handed against a right in the starter. So when that left hander comes. Whether we've got men on base you've got to go get the first left handed hitter to insert young into that spot because. If you get into the second third left handed hitter there's always been a right handed pitcher with the exception of the other day which was the only time this season where the McFarland starts off the inning I'm in that sixth inning. You know this is a situation where there's always a right handed pitcher of warming. At the same time protecting against that right handed pitcher last night was the same case with a day warming in the bullpen so. If you don't go to the first left handed hitter you're gonna lose your matchup with Christiane. So the priority of Chris Young yes he's gonna play a pivotal role for us going forward. And that's the reason he was signed here. The way we ...
[0:07:41] ... get into the pinch hitting who gets pension for when he is Chris Young. That comes in the play is that because. If Brock called as a utility which again he would be that utility player ...