We check in with 'Pags' and find out why he thinks the Olympics would be a boom for Boston.
We check in with the great Stephen A. Smith of ESPN for his take on the movings and shakings in the NBA.
We discuss another DUI for Josh Gordon, and how marijuana is apparently more important to him than his career in the NFL. Plus some harsh words from Cris Carter.
We tackle four topics all related to big decisions about pro players leaving their respective teams in 2014.
We discuss the future of Lebron, and therefore the ENTIRE economy of the state of Ohio.
We become the GM of the Sox and decide the future of this struggling ball club.
Danny Picard, filling in for Dale and Holley, had Brian McPherson of the Providence Journal on the show to discuss the lack of productivity with the Red Sox.
Louis Zamperini passed away yesterday, sparking a conversation about tremendous athletes who fought for their country during the prime of their career. Dale, Holley, and DJ talked about Zamperini, Rocky Bleier, Pat Tillman, and of course, Ted Williams.

[0:04:43] ... career at Notre Dame in one season in the NFL with -- Pittsburgh Steelers Rocky Bleier volunteered to serve his country during the Vietnam War. After being wounded in action and told by doctors he would ...
[0:05:59] ... a heck of personal -- Iraqis okay -- Iraqi playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers either playing linebacker or running back. And being a tough reliable player that's what you always envisioned and he went exactly yeah. That's that was his story he -- that player. Your and three were to Arthur. I'm pretty. After three successful seasons with the Arizona Cardinals Pat Tillman turned down a multimillion dollar contract offer to join the US army. Along with -- brother Kevin a then member of the Cleveland Indians organization. You know my he's my great grandfather was a Pearl Harbor and a lot of my family has given up you ...
[0:13:47] ... winner earlier who Roger Starbucks. Father and -- Jackie Robinson. We at Arthur Ashe. The one who was mental judgment. Notes I'm fortunate to throw -- earlier this morning -- powers and I went. We know ...





The biggest move the Bruins have made so far this off-season is the Jarome Iginla, who recently signed with Colorado. DJ Bean is the 3rd man in with Dale and Holley to discuss some hard cap numbers the B's are looking at, and who else could have already played their last game as a Bruin.

[0:06:44] ... or not driving but sitting in their cards -- is all screaming Chris Kelly. That's three million I wouldn't adopt he's making five point three that's right so Kelly on his own that would have done ...
[0:07:51] ... a sudden he's gone like well you go because. We're gonna lose Chris Kelly and Donna and Dick Bennett. Listening to guide you guys never told me that was the oxygen it's an excellent point I ...
[0:09:28] ... to that. That's where you could have been able to fit in Jarome Iginla -- are we talking about salary cap mismanagement here. Made you can now I think it's more than the Chicago Blackhawks the ...
[0:10:45] ... have been given out over the last 48 hours in in the National Hockey League. It's unbelievable to think what what money is out there -- -- So what's gonna happen now what does this mean for. ...






A discussion about NBA free agency led back to MLB free agency. Dale, Holley, and DJ Bean then got into the realization that, typically, when a player reaches the end of a season with out a contract, they likely don't return.