Chris Villani gives his thoughts on why this Celtics team has been disappointing in the postseason, thus far. Joe calls in from the cape and is interrupted with a shocking result in the cape.

[0:01:35] ... given some credit by yet weighed out for eleven games. You've got Rajon Rondo. Being for a good chunk of the season. Be. Key contributor key cog in the dysfunction that was the Chicago Bulls we will for awhile here. They lose Taj Gibson in mid season talk about blown the whole thing up and meet season ...
[0:03:04] ... we saw last year. And that leads me to believe that yes. Isiah Thomas is playing with a heavy heart I given credit for for Piniella now appearance suit up a notch Urich good. And and ...
[0:06:58] ... fill out this roster take a little bit more the heat off Isiah Thomas get another school were out there. If that team is able to come back and we all kind of come back here ...
[0:10:13] ... you saw them make sort of that those adjustments they needed 200 Doc Rivers. Ultimately win a championship. This year's team is ever gonna be as talented as 2008 but can't they at least make the kinds of adjustments they need to. Not guarding the perimeter in the same way creating allowing a little bit more space for Chicago and operate there to take away some that's based on the interior getting the ball. Inside in their own right trying to find another scoring optionally create another scoring avenue. The take some of the pressure up Isiah Thomas the fact he can't get his own shot. These are the types of things that I really wanna see going forward and ...






Tomase and Villani discuss the news of Aaron Hernandez's suicide and who people should have sympathy for. Brad Stevens importance is debated by callers and quick take on the Boston Red Sox.
Chris Villani is joined by John Tomase to breakdown both Bruins and Celtics postseason issues. They question if the Celtics can comeback after losing both home games to start the series. Nostalgia kicks in when talking about NBA Jam.
Chris Villani and Keefe discuss how good Chris Sale is after the Sox win in Toronto. The guys talk about why the stat of wins is overrated in the current MLB. Callers compare Sale to Pedro. Will Price pitch in 2017?
Chris Villani and Keefe discuss how good Chris Sale is after the Sox win in Toronto. The guys talk about why the stat of wins is overrated in the current MLB. Callers compare Sale to Pedro. Will Price pitch in 2017?

[0:00:48] ... I find maddening that I find frustrating. And I really wanna hate. John Farrell's decision to go to Craig Kimbrel and I think you're you're Chris Sale at a 102 pitches he's cruising obviously strikes out ...
[0:01:25] ... Territory when it comes to efficiency tries and Mikey I can't hate John Farrell for this particular decision to pull Chris Sale even though. Three and a half seconds after it happened it was the first ...
[0:03:29] ... lies the second part of the reason why. I just can't crash John Farrell for this particular decision because I think this has. So much to do what he's thinking even in and we just did in about two seconds their sights and John Farrell think a couple of steps down the line here and they should the limitation of camera. Who apparently is fight to get. ...
[0:11:36] ... where he finished second cy young and he was he was terrific Jon Lester is always had some really good years. But no sales on another level X sales you only got it you can really ...






Hour 4. Christian cracks up at the birth of a baby Giraffe. The conversation switches to the Celtics as Christian previews their next play-off game. Also, some thoughts on Jae Crowder.

[0:14:25] ... everybody went in except you know one guy debenture was OK with Gerald Green. You know what one point in eight minutes. I mean everybody sucked is the point. And you know even Marcus might offensively ...
[0:24:03] ... it's not work. I know but then what do you do with Amir Johnson you give more minutes huge red co this is what it is out. Absolutely to no absolute arsenal which oracle is a ...




Hour 3. Story time this hour whether it be Red Sox locker room antics or chicken bones. Christian keeps you updated as the Bruins mount a comeback in game 3 against the Senators.
Christian is in for Mut and he is joined in studio by Evan Drellich. They discuss the Red Sox win today and David Price’s return timetable.
Christian is in for Mut tonight and he is fired up for some play-off hockey. Christian previews game 3 as the Bruins prepare to face off against the Senators at the Garden tonight.
Chris gives his final thoughts for the show on Celtics game coming up. He also talks with Ty Anderson about the Bruins after their game. He also brings up the story about Eli Manning selling fake memorobilia.