Kyrie Irving is officially injury-prone
The Celtics announced that Kyrie Irving will miss the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs following surgery on his left knee. He’s scheduled to undergo another surgery and miss the next 4-5 months.
Colin’s takeaway is that Irving is clearly an injury prone player who wore down in his first season without LeBron to lean on. He was hurt at Duke. Hurt before LeBron. Hurt during the 2015 Finals with LeBron. And he’s hurt now. Some guys just get hurt. Irving is one of them.
Tiger is the most powerful athlete of this generation
Tiger Woods Masters return is expected to draw massive ratings as viewers tune in to see if Woods can win another green jacket after most thought he was finished. Even after years out of contention, Tiger is still far and away the most popular golfer on tour and moves the needle like no other.
Unlike icons in other sports who were eventually replaced by other stars, no golfer has come close to filling Woods. In terms of impact on a sport, Woods is the most powerful athlete of this generation.
– LeBron to the Sixers makes no sense
– Cowboys aren’t as far away from the Eagles as people think
– Colin’s 2018 NFL Mock Draft 6.0
Eddie House – FS1 NBA Analyst and NBA Champion is in-studio explaining why the Cavs can survive without a coach; why James Harden should win the MVP;
Michael Rapaport – Actor/Comedian and host of the I am Rappaport Stereo Podcast is in-studio talking Litigation LeBron’s barbershop controversy; and why the Giants should take Saquon Barkley.
Joe Banner – Former NFL GM joins the show to explain why he’s not enamored with this year’s QB class; why he thinks Jim Mora’s Josh Rosen comments are out of bounds; why Saquon Barkley to the Browns is a smokescreen.
Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst is in-studio discussing the news that Kyrie Irving is done for the year.