Parents should send their kids to Coach K, not LaVar Ball
LaVar Ball announced that he is forming a new basketball league that is designed for players who want to get paid to play instead of going the one-and-done route in college.
Colin thinks any player who opts to join the league is going to regret it, and pointed out that many of the biggest current stars in the NBA, including the entire core group of the Warriors title teams, played multiple years in college.
How are any 18-year-olds going to develop better in what’s sure to be the circus atmosphere of LaVar’s league? They’re not. For Colin, sending your kid to Coach K is always a better bet than sending them to LaVar Ball.
Belichick gave Jimmy G away to get back at Kraft for forcing him to stick with Brady.
Bill Belichick never gets the bad end of a deal, which is why so many were shocked when the news broke that he shipped Jimmy Garoppolo to San Francisco for nothing more than a 2nd round pick. Colin thinks he knows why, and it all stems from Belichick’s resentment over being forced to stick with 40+ Tom Brady, reportedly by directive of owner Robert Kraft.
Colin explained that he believes Belichick wanted to keep Garoppolo and deal Brady, as he’s done with almost every other aging Patriot star, and when he was overruled by Kraft, he let Garoppolo go for next to nothing out of spite for being forced to trade away the future and fly blind with an aging Brady.
John Lynch – 49ers GM joins the show to discuss dealing for Jimmy Garoppolo; why the deal was a no brainer; and how he plans to improve the team in the offseason.
Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show is in-studio to explain why the Big Baller League will be a bust.
Greg Cosell – NFL Films Senior Producer joins the show to explain how the addition of Ezekiel Elliott changes the Cowboys’ philosophy; and why Case Keenum has been successful.
Greg Jennings – FS1 Analyst and former NFL wide receiver is in-studio explaining why Aaron Rodgers won’t force the Packers hand by threatening to go elsewhere, as Colin suggests.