The D.A. Show
The Nets signed Joe Johnson earlier this week and reports are that they are also looking to try and sign Dwight Howard. Sal Licata from SNY TV join D.A. to discuss what the Nets are doing, the Sox and Yankees and the NHL.
The Mothership connected again as Gresh & Zo are still away on vacation and D.A. started things off discussing his July 4th holiday. D.A. then dove into David Ortiz’s contract complaints.
With Ray Allen about to start his free agency tour on Thursday, The DA Show had SI’s Chris Mannix on to break down the whole situation.
The Mothership once again connected early as Gresh & Zo enjoy some time off this week. D.A. started things off discussing the latest issue with the Red Sox starting rotation.
Continuing the Celtics talk from earlier D.A. was joined by Jeff Goodman of CBSSports to discuss Kevin Garnett’s new deal, the picks the Celtics made in last week’s draft and Ray Allen.
Adam Kaufman is back for another edition of “5 Questions,” this time joined by Damon Amendolara to get his takes on the hottest stories in Boston sports.
Gresh & Zo are out for the week, so Damon Amendolara has jumped into their slot to cover. Over the weekend we learned that Kevin Garnett signed a 3-years, $34-million extension with the Boston Celtics. Is this good for the Celtics?
Boston Celtics legend Robert Parish joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The DA Show Tuesday night to talk about his “Big 3″ days, Larry Bird, and LeBron James.
Red Sox chairman Tom Werner made some comments on Monday that got 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Damon Amendolara a little fired up.
D.A. started things off breaking down some of the comments Theo Epstein made on Felger & Massarotti about the “monster” the Red Sox have become. Then moved on to discuss the Boston Celtics with ESPN’s Ryen Russillo.
Thanks for everyone who came out to The 2nd Annual Sports Hub…Who’s Your Caddy? Classic. Check out the team pictures.
The guy that wore a bag on his head to the Red Sox game wasn’t the first person embarrassed by their team. Check out these other fans over the years who went to games and hid their identities from everyone.
Matt Light officially announced his retirement at The Hall at Patriots Place after 11-years with the New England Patriots. Check out these pics of the three-time Super Bowl champion from over the years.
The Patriots fall to the Giants 21-17 in Super Bowl XLVI.
Patriots beat Ravens 23-20 for the AFC Championship and will make their fifth Super Bowl appearance.