Danny Ainge joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Celtics win over the Jazz, the talk surrounding his team tanking for the NBA Lottery, Rajon Rondo’s rehab and the Bill Russell statue.
The NBA Lottery poses plenty of risk for teams hoping to nab the top ping pong balls. Mike Gorman cautioned fans on wanting to be in the lottery Tuesday morning on Toucher & Rich.
Bob Socci of the Patriots Radio Network called in Monday morning to analyze the 55-31 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and the emergence of rookie wide receiver Aaron Dobson.
Toucher and Rich were joined by Boomer Esiason of WFAN and CBS Sports to talk all things NFL, including: The Patriots win over the Steelers, Tom Brady’s performance and Rob Gronkowski’s proposed TV show.
Why did the Patriots look so good, and the Dolphins look so bad in the second half of last week’s game? It all comes down to coaching, according to former Patriots linebacker Rosevelt Colvin.
Gresh and Zolak were joined by Patriots safety Steve Gregory, who has assumed a new role on the team with captain Jerod Mayo being out for the season. He also looked ahead to Sunday’s matchup against Pittsburgh.
Gresh and Zo have been talking about John Lackey’s transformation and image rehab. Jon Heyman gave his thoughts on the topic leading up to Game 6 Wednesday night.
Hall of Fame Baseball writer Peter Gammons called in to Toucher and Rich Wednesday morning to preview Game 6, and discuss what has been a truly memorable postseason run for the Red Sox.
Diego Fagúndez of the New England Revolution is one of the bright young stars of the MLS – and yet he’s only 18 years old and still in high school. T&R had him on Wednesday morning.
Patriots president Jonathan Kraft refuted some of the claims in the Aaron Hernandez story from Rolling Stone.