A Slice Of Sully: Airing Grievances With The NBA And League's Star PlayersScott Sullivan has a lot of problems with the NBA and star players forcing their was off teams, and now you're going to hear them!
A Slice Of Sully: Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup PreviewThe long wait for the Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup Final continues. But WBZ-TV's Steve Burton and Scott Sullivan are here to help you fill the void with another edition of "A Slice Of Sully."
Bruins-Hurricanes Eastern Conference Final Predictions The Boston Bruins are back in the Eastern Conference Final, set to take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the right to play for a Stanley Cup.
A Slice Of Sully: Celtics Need To Keep The Ball Moving Against BucksAfter showing off some great ball movement in Game 1, the Celtics played too much hero ball against the Bucks in Game 2.
Celtics-Pacers Playoff PredictionsHere's how the WBZ sports crew anticipates this series will play out.
A Slice Of Sully: Will We Get Another Epic Bruins-Leafs Playoff Clash?Here we go again. The Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs will once again battle in the first-round of the NHL Playoffs, with the puck dropping on the series Thursday night at TD Garden.
A Slice Of Sully: Red Sox Need To Kick This World Series Hangover The Red Sox spent much of their spring talking about repeating as World Series champs. Perhaps they should have focused more on April than October.
A Slice Of Sully: Celtics A 'Colossal Disappointment So Far' -- Is There Time To Flip The Switch?Not much is going right for the Boston Celtics.
Sports Final: Everyone Loved Nick CafardoThe Athletic's Steve Buckley and WBZ-TV's Dan Roche remember the life and career of late Boston Globe columnist Nick Cafardo.
Sports Final: Do Red Sox Need To Add A Veteran Closer Ahead Of 2019 Season?The Red Sox look poised to repeat in 2019, but they have one glaring hole on their roster: A proven closer. Do they need to add one to the mix before the season begins?
Are Red Sox Being Arrogant By Not Signing A Closer?In the latest edition of Slice Of Sully, WBZ-TV sports producer Scott Sullivan wondered if this is an arrogant decision, or whether it might all work out once again for the Red Sox.