LeBron’s monster March is a message to the NBA
LeBron is having the best statistical month of his career in March, and Colin doesn’t thinks it’s a coincidence that it has come while head coach Ty Lue is away from the team and Kyrie Irving is injured in Boston.
Colin believes it’s LeBron’s way of showing that he is still the single most dominant player in the league, even without a coach. And while Irving sits on the sidelines after a rough first season as “the man,” LeBron is playing at the highest level of his career in year 15. It may be passive aggressive, and some people may not like it, but it’s not a coincidence.
Johnny Manziel still too risky for NFL teams
During his comeback attempt, Johnny Manziel has been open and honest when talking about his past struggles, but Colin thinks within some of his comments are cause for concern. Manziel recently said that he has been doing well staying on the straight and narrow, but has struggled in the past to maintain positive momentum for an extended period of time before going back to self destructive behavior.
Colin thinks Manziel is still too big of a risk for an GM’s to risk their reputations on when there’s still a question if he can consistently fulfill the most basic obligations of an NFL quarterback.
– Where Colin was right, where Colin was wrong
Steven Jackson – 14-year NBA veteran is in-studio discussing LeBron never getting injured; and why he is losing respect for the Spurs with their handling of Kawhi Leonard’s injury.
Doug Gottlieb – Host of The Doug Gottlieb Show and the All Ball Podcast is in-studio explain why the Spurs are crossing the line by talking about Kawhi Leonard’s health; and how Villanova became a powerhouse.
Bruce Feldman – Fox Sports College Football Insider is in-studio to talk about his interview with Johnny Manziel; if he’s actually changed; and why Josh Allen has big NFL question marks.