Greg DePalma previews Saturday night’s Go Bowling 400 from Kansas Speedway, where Ryan Blaney sits on the pole and there has been no repeat winner in the race’s first six editions. He also touches on the latest in the NBA playoffs, where the Washington Wizards have forced Game 7 with the Boston Celtics.
Playoff talk takes center stage, as Greg DePalma and PSN analyst Jan Levine look ahead to a pair of NHL Game 7 showdowns, including the Washington Capitals flipping the switch to bounce back from a 3-1 deficit to the Pittsburgh Penguins and a banged-up Sidney Crosby. Later, NBA analyst Jamal Murphy also drops by to discuss two sweeps and two tied series, plus the histrionics of LaVar Ball as the…
Greg DePalma looks ahead at Sunday’s Geico 500 from Talladega, where Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has the pole and Dale Earnhardt Jr. makes his next-to-last start on the famed superspeedway. Fords have held the edge at Talladega of late, and on the circuit in general. The NBA playoffs and Stanley Cup playoffs also get an update.
Greg DePalma and PSN basketball analyst Jamal Murphy preview the second round of the NBA playoffs, where the Golden State Warriors already have stirred things up among Utah Jazz fans by calling Salt Lake City boring with no night life. In the East, the Toronto Raptors look for revenge against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Greg DePalma previews Sunday’s NASCAR Monster Energy Series stop in Richmond for the Toyota Owners 400, where Dale Earnhardt Jr. makes his first start since announcing 2017 will be his final season as a fulltime driver. There’s also a recap of the NFL Draft‘s final day, where the Denver Broncos made Mississippi QB Chad Kelly the final pick, and updates on the NBA and Stanley Cup playoffs.
Following the NASCAR Monster Energy Series‘ traditional Easter break, Greg DePalma and PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune discuss whether Kyle Larson can keep the momentum and other observations from the season’s first segment. There’s also playoff talk with analysts Jan Levine (Stanley Cup) and Jamal Murphy (NBA).
Greg DePalma and PSN basketball analyst Jamal Murphy break down all eight opening NBA playoffs series and offer their predictions. The West remains the more volatile side, with our hosts divided on a winner – and by extension the NBA crown. In the east, the Boston Celtics clinched the No.1 seed over the Cleveland Cavaliers on the final day.
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Greg DePalma offers his take on a World Series that heads back to Cleveland with the Indians needing one more win over the Chicago Cubs, along with a review of weekend action in the NFL and college football. He’ll also look ahead to next weekend’s Breeders Cup, plus a glance at NBA futures.
Kyle McKeown of BasketballMonster.com and Greg DePalma walk through an extensive team-by-team preview to get you ready for the upcoming NBA season. Kevin Durant’s move to Golden State is making waves in the league while LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are working to defend their title.