We wrap up the Celtics season by speaking with Celtics president Danny Ainge about this past season and the team's future.

[0:00:01] ... hotline is the guy who heads up the basketball operations for the Boston Celtics Danny Ainge Danny it's dale and Michael and Jackie -- -- -- doing -- doing pretty well power unit hijacking a dear ...
[0:11:10] ... veteran guys that -- -- recent branded -- and in particular and Gerald Wallace accepted their roles in and you know body into the -- Didn't create slots when things didn't go their way. I -- ...
[0:17:35] ... in the second and a injured soldier and eager Bradley. And even Jeff Green I mean I think that he. You know I didn't like some things that -- needs to do to. Be better and ...
[0:18:47] ... to care. Danny Ainge is the president of basketball operations for the Boston Celtics by the -- Jackie's in here today and we're thrilled he has. But our co host on Monday and somebody knew growing up Steve Lyons said the say hello. Great. Played bass boat people through our childhood. A signal pretty good by the way. Hope we're very nice. Getting we appreciate time thank you so much and best of luck this summer. All right guys give my best to mr. line and I'll do that banks. -- -- That is -- president of basketball operate. Since the Boston Celtics. Com eight. He he is remarkably forthcoming for an executive I mean there -- certain things he can't say and or or ...






We discuss Rajon Rondo's end of season comments and overall attitude towards the Celtics with Jackie MacMullan of ESPN.

[0:00:38] ... oil analyst -- him -- he's asked the first question of every Doc Rivers press conference and now does it with Brad Stevens to. In he's never afraid ask any question while he -- they're a ...
[0:01:34] ... that. Here's the thing in our -- When he first starting around Ray Allen ray -- like. OCD does everything the same way you know to come to you read the exact time she Avis said ...
[0:03:59] ... They are just here to see Rondo with KG was pierce was Ray Allen was -- for that matter so. If they wind up with -- -- indeed they wind up with -- Parker who did ...
[0:05:11] ... as a well you never now because you always go back to Tony Parker apparently the first round Ginobili secular MacKey in and that they were European players and that's why there's there's always a reason ...






We wrap up the Celtics season by speaking with Celtics president Danny Ainge about this past season and the team's future.

[0:00:01] ... hotline is the guy who heads up the basketball operations for the Boston Celtics Danny Ainge Danny it's dale and Michael and Jackie -- -- -- doing -- doing pretty well power unit hijacking a dear ...
[0:11:10] ... veteran guys that -- -- recent branded -- and in particular and Gerald Wallace accepted their roles in and you know body into the -- Didn't create slots when things didn't go their way. I -- ...
[0:17:35] ... in the second and a injured soldier and eager Bradley. And even Jeff Green I mean I think that he. You know I didn't like some things that -- needs to do to. Be better and ...
[0:18:47] ... to care. Danny Ainge is the president of basketball operations for the Boston Celtics by the -- Jackie's in here today and we're thrilled he has. But our co host on Monday and somebody knew growing up Steve Lyons said the say hello. Great. Played bass boat people through our childhood. A signal pretty good by the way. Hope we're very nice. Getting we appreciate time thank you so much and best of luck this summer. All right guys give my best to mr. line and I'll do that banks. -- -- That is -- president of basketball operate. Since the Boston Celtics. Com eight. He he is remarkably forthcoming for an executive I mean there -- certain things he can't say and or or ...






We discuss Rajon Rondo's end of season comments and overall attitude towards the Celtics with Jackie MacMullan of ESPN.

[0:00:38] ... oil analyst -- him -- he's asked the first question of every Doc Rivers press conference and now does it with Brad Stevens to. In he's never afraid ask any question while he -- they're a ...
[0:01:34] ... that. Here's the thing in our -- When he first starting around Ray Allen ray -- like. OCD does everything the same way you know to come to you read the exact time she Avis said ...
[0:03:59] ... They are just here to see Rondo with KG was pierce was Ray Allen was -- for that matter so. If they wind up with -- -- indeed they wind up with -- Parker who did ...
[0:05:11] ... as a well you never now because you always go back to Tony Parker apparently the first round Ginobili secular MacKey in and that they were European players and that's why there's there's always a reason ...






We discuss the Red Sox early season woes with manager John Farrell, as well as his views and faith in MLB's new instant replay system, and the continuity in the Sox outfield.

[0:04:01] ... dodge a ball whether to hear from an injury perspective with both Dustin Pedroia and -- you are. Yeah I think so you know I you know that there are some short term situation that we've ...
[0:06:25] ... particular physical look at shortstop as -- -- operational. When I -- Jake Peavy -- forty pitch inning for your early in last night's game I would've given zero chance he would have gotten it through ...
[0:09:19] ... some stability at the lead off positioning your batting order and is Grady Sizemore at least closing to the point physically where that could happen. It's cool it yet and I would -- actually -- spot. ...
[0:10:06] ... a reason for doing everything from shore but the numbers suggest that Dustin Pedroia as a lead off guy. Is not so good what's the what's the reason for putting him. You know like Michael that ...






We discuss the Red Sox early season woes with manager John Farrell, as well as his views and faith in MLB's new instant replay system, and the continuity in the Sox outfield.

[0:04:01] ... dodge a ball whether to hear from an injury perspective with both Dustin Pedroia and -- you are. Yeah I think so you know I you know that there are some short term situation that we've ...
[0:06:25] ... particular physical look at shortstop as -- -- operational. When I -- Jake Peavy -- forty pitch inning for your early in last night's game I would've given zero chance he would have gotten it through ...
[0:09:19] ... some stability at the lead off positioning your batting order and is Grady Sizemore at least closing to the point physically where that could happen. It's cool it yet and I would -- actually -- spot. ...
[0:10:06] ... a reason for doing everything from shore but the numbers suggest that Dustin Pedroia as a lead off guy. Is not so good what's the what's the reason for putting him. You know like Michael that ...






We discuss the Red Sox after our interview with John Farrell, and Dustin Pedroia in the lead-off position has become a hot topic.
We discuss the Red Sox after our interview with John Farrell, and Dustin Pedroia in the lead-off position has become a hot topic.
We discuss the Bruins first round matchup vs the Red Wings, and why many national folks think this series could be the one to watch for an early round upset.
We discuss the Bruins first round matchup vs the Red Wings, and why many national folks think this series could be the one to watch for an early round upset.

[0:01:04] ... games that we went with Adam Oates. You know Brad hall the Brendan Shanahan days and then I was gone I was gone at age sixteen knows that plane and seventeen excuse me Germany went to ...
[0:05:52] ... bit nervous about it tail and little nervous because you know the Detroit Red Wings have made the playoffs 23 straight years and of great historic. One of the best franchise in sports and I've agreed I'm ...
[0:07:35] ... it's a power play there. They're clearly the better team I think Mike Babcock. Gave you a glimpse. I'll break -- -- by a great deal of what basically psychological game plan is at the very ...
[0:09:42] ... of of effort. Jimmy Howard has played an entire season for the Detroit Red Wings. He's been up and down there he's been count I'm -- and a big part of that I'm not blaming Jimmy Howard by the way. A big part of that is the fact that the Detroit Red Wings. Have a very young and inexperienced defense -- and and people talk about the inexperience on the bruins' defense. That the Bruins are actually much more experienced. Specially Stanley Cup experience and the Detroit Red Wings are. That's been the prob that's been the Achilles heel for the red wings this entire season. And I don't see that ...