Felger & Mazz: May 10, 2013
Felger and Massarotti are broadcasting live from Hurricane O’Reilly’s on an Agenda Free Friday. Tonight is Game 5 for the Boston Bruins against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The B’s lead the series 3-1. Do the Bruins have to close it out tonight? Also, last night the Montreal Canadiens were eliminated from the playoffs by the Ottawa Senators. Jerry Thornton of Barstool Sports joined Felger and Mazz to discuss David Ortiz and his interview with Dan Shaughnessy. Is Ortiz acting like a diva? The guys also talked about Tom Brady’s outfit at the Kentucky Derby and the NHL Playoffs.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz talked about the Boston Celtics and their future after a first round playoffs exit. Danny Ainge feels that Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers will return to Boston. Is Danny Ainge ready to move on from Paul Pierce? Is Jeff Green a better option than Pierce? Mike and Tony went on to talk about Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia’s official protest of Astros manager Bo Porter’s pitching change. Finally, he’s always being accused of not having a take. So today Adam Kaufman has been given the chance to unleash some hot sports takes on Felger and Massarotti.
Chris Gasper of the Boston Globe joined Felger and Massarotti for Hour 3 to talk about tonight’s Bruins Game 5 against the Maple Leafs tonight. In four games, the Patrice Bergeron-Tyler Seguin-Brad Marchand line have only a combined 3-points in the playoffs. How can this line turn things around? Gasper goes on to give the guys his thoughts on the future of the Boston Celtics. Is it time for C’s to move on from Pierce?
In the fourth and final hour of an Agenga Free Friday, Felger and Mazz fielded calls on the topics they covered today. Do the Bruins have to close out the series tonight? What should the Sox do about their closer situation? Boston Bruins radio commentator Bob Beers joined Felger and Mazz to preview tonight’s Game 5 between the B’s and Maple Leafs. Finally, Squeaky Mazz and Mad Mike go back and forth in Friday’s edition of The Final Word with Adam Kaufman.