Mike Wilner takes listener calls after the Blue Jays 9-3 win over the Orioles.
April 22nd, 6 pm: Fox Sports MLB Insider Jon Paul Morosi and Sports Illustrated’s Michael McCann join Bob McCown and Butch Carter.
Ben Ennis & Mike Wilner look back on the Blue Jays 5-4 roadtrip.
April 22nd, 5 pm: Sportsnet NHL Insider Nick Kypreos and Olympic Curling medalist Kevin Martin join Bob McCown and Butch Carter.
April 22nd, 4 pm: Toronto Star Raptors reporter Doug Smith and San Jose Sharks TV analyst Drew Remenda join Bob McCown and John Shannon.
Tim and Sid talk NBA officiating with basketball analyst Paul Jones.
Improving their screen-and-roll defence is just one of the adjustments the Raptors have to make if they hope to bounce back from game one’s 94-87 loss.
Despite effectively neutralizing the experience difference between both clubs for the first three quarters, the Nets veteran savvy eventually proved to be too much for the Raptors in game one.
Dropping four of their last five games, the Brooklyn Nets seem to have engineered a first-round meeting with Toronto. The Raptors haven’t missed the slight and they’re using it as fuel.
As all but one of Canada’s NHL clubs miss the playoffs, front office changes are being made, each with the hope of bringing about a ‘culture change.’ What does that mean? Not much.
Maybe the most overlooked player on the Raptors’ roster, Nando De Colo has nevertheless shown glimpses of something special
NBA expert and Raptors’ broadcaster Eric Smith offers an inside look at his ballot for the NBA’s end-of-season awards