Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, PSN’s managing editor, look back at Jordan Spieth‘s wild U.S. Open triumph – and what lies ahead at next month’s British Open – before digging into this week’s Travelers Championship in Connecticut.
Greg DePalma and Jan Levine, hockey writer for Rotowire.com, take a final look at the Chicago Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup crown and peer ahead to NHL free agency and this week’s NHL Draft. The Edmonton Oilers and Buffalo Sabres hold the first two picks, where Connor McDavid (right) and Jack Eichel figure to be first off the board.
The Golden State Warriors were PSN’s top pick in the preseason, and they didn’t disappoint as NBA MVP Stephen Curry & Co. ended a 40-year drought between titles.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ third Stanley Cup title this decade become the latest example of a team at single-digit odds providing nice insurance after hitting stride late in the season.
Scheduled Prime Sports Network podcasts for the week beginning Monday, June 22.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain tee up the final day of the U.S. Open, where a four-way tie exists at Chambers Bay between Masters champion Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and South Africa’s Branden Grace.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain preview the U.S. Open weekend, including discussions of Jason Day’s vertigo woes and another missed cut for Tiger Woods. Top players to watch that were not among early picks: Ben Martin, Brendan Grace, Tony Finau, Adam Scott.
Jon Hardoon, handicapper for TheSheets.com, joins Greg DePalma for a look ahead to weekend racing with previews of the Grade 2 Summertime Oaks at Santa Anita and Grade 3 Bed o’ Roses Handicap at Belmont Park.
PSN’s Jeff Shain, also a contributor for PGATour.com, joins Greg DePalma for an in-depth U.S. Open look as Chambers Bay takes center stage. World No.1 Rory McIlroy and Masters champion Jordan Spieth top the field.
U.S. Open: Chambers Bay presents the great unknown as golf’s top players try to solve the massive links layout just off Puget Sound. Is this the year for an under-the-radar winner?