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March 13 2018
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Dec. 13: A Golden win for the Raptors
December 13 2018
ESPN's Amin Elhassan thinks that the Raptors showed they're a different team this year with their win against the Warriors last night, it's natural that Lowry and Leonard are still working out how to play together, Nick Nurse's coaching staff deserves a ton of credit, teams have to game-plan for Siakam now, and Kawhi is his early MVP favourite (12:36); NFL Network's Dave Dameshek weighs in on the strangeness surrounding the Steelers, Mike Tomlin's future in Pittsburgh, the rise of the Ravens and Browns, and his potential candidates for "Fruit of the Year" (30:59); MLB correspondent Will Leitch discusses the Yankees embracing their "Evil Empire" label, his MLS fandom, Troy Tulowitzki's exit from Toronto, and Paul Goldschmidt's arrival in St. Louis (49:50); Jon Campbell of Odds Shark gives his best bets of the NFL week (1:20:44); NHL on Sportsnet's Doug MacLean is looking forward to seeing how the bottom 6 of the Leafs and Lightning match up, thinks Toronto would have to make a move to compare to Tampa's D, Ken Hitchcock has already improved the Oilers, Canadian teams are wildly successful this year, Nylander will still take some time to get into game shape, and guys will become whole new players in the playoffs (1:35:10).
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Raptors' IQ allowing them to compete with Warriors
December 13 2018
ESPN's Amin Elhassan comments on how significant the Raptors wins over the Warriors are, Kyle Lowry adjusting to taking the backseat to Kawhi Leonard, the job done by Nick Nurse & his coaching staff so far, if teams are actively planning on how to handle Pascal Siakam, Serge Ibaka's renaissance, the way the Raps have handled Leonard, and how he ranks the East.
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Dec. 12: Kyle Lowry gets his groove back against Clippers
December 12 2018
Rob Wong & Travis MacKenzie take the reins today after big wins from both the Raptors and the Leafs (0:21); Maple Leafs defenseman Travis Dermott talks about growing up in Newmarket, why the Leafs wanted to win so badly last night, how much progress William Nylander has already made, and what it's been like to start a jam band with a few of the younger guys on the Leafs (12:59); Sportsnet's Ben Nicholson-Smith joins the guys from Vegas to take a look at Toronto's release of Troy Tulowitzki, what to expect from Charlie Montoyo, Russell Martin's future with the Jays, and why the chances of trading Stroman or Sanchez are at about 50/50 (30:25); Former NFL O-Lineman Geoff Schwartz, now with SB Nation & SiriusXM, thinks Patrick Mahomes can lock up the MVP this week, Baltimore's Lamar Jackson has been a great story but he's been propped up by playing terrible run defenses, Pittsburgh should still make the playoffs, and Amari Cooper has been a godsend for the Cowboys (48:43); Rob & Travis are very excited about all the movie trailers that came out this week (1:11:12); Sportsnet's Eric Smith has some thoughts on Kawhi Leonard's lack of Christmas cheer, Kyle Lowry getting his groove back, the Raptors victory over the Clippers, and he looks ahead to tonight's matchup against the full-lineup Golden State Warriors (1:18:56); Former NHLer Mike Zigomanis joins Rob & Travis in-studio to break down the improvement in William Nylander's play and his path to proper conditioning, why Mitch Marner is more dangerous when he's shooting, how Connor Brown filled in for Zach Hyman, the evolution of "toughness" in the lineup, why Marleau and Kadri have such good chemistry, and how important tomorrow's showdown with Tampa Bay is (1:31:12); Sean McIndoe, AKA Down Goes Brown, discusses his latest piece for The Athletic surrounding the Stanley Cup potential of the Leafs & the Lightning (2:04:04).
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Schwartz: Patrick Mahomes could lock up NFL MVP Thursday
December 12 2018
Former NFL O-Lineman Geoff Schwartz joins Wong and MacKenzie to weigh in on tomorrow's Thursday night matchup between the Chiefs and Chargers, Patrick Mahomes making himself quite the case in MVP running, Lamar Jackson getting another start with Baltimore this week, if the Steelers are moving away from Antonio Brown and the benefit of playing in warm weather.
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