Janice Scurio of CHGO Sports joins us to discuss the Chicago Sky's season, the chances of the team repeating as WNBA Champions, whether Candace Parker will retire after this season, Emma Meesseman's importance to the team, Dana Evans breakout, WNBA expansion, and more.
John Buffone is back from sabbatical and hosts this look at the newly minted Chicago Bears schedule. Later, Danny Shimon provides capsule reports on each of the Bears' opponents.
Co-Host/Producer/Director: Aldo Gandia
Nick Murawski has put together a sizeable following on social media as he's a fountain of opinion and analysis on the Chicago White Sox. Vinnie Parise is your host.
Carl Eames and Salim Suterwalla provide a thorough discussion about Marvel's latest Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Spoilers
Among the topics that Evan McLean and Ross Read discuss:
- What kind of numbers can Justin Fields post in 2022
- Coincidently, during the live taping of the news broke that the Bears signed two WRs
- Tarik Cohen's essay on his family tragedies
- The NBA playoffs
- The new Kendrick Lamar song, The Heart Part 5
There's much more. All of it packed into 60 minutes!
Long-time Chicago Blackhawks analyst Tab Bamford offers his thoughts on the team's re-build in the show's first period.
In the second, Vinnie Parise and Frank Mueller catch you up on the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs.
In the final stanza, the guys go through a myriad of topics: baseball, Dr. Strange, food and more.
The Chicago Bears made the entire draft class available for the media and they were impressive. They talked like leaders. The head coach, Matt Eberflus, and his three coordinators spoke publically about their philosophies and relayed early impressions of the rookies.
The guys talk about the season finale of Winning Time.
After Dan leaves, the Tooch and Jordan Silveira team up to share their thoughts on the burgeoning (?) franchise and anticipate the upcoming schedule release.
The guys welcome Gabrielle Starr to talk about the White Sox sweep of the Red Sox! Plus, show hosts Joe Mandel, Vinnie Parise, Steven Zim Zimmerman and Chris Gonzalez break down the upcoming series with the Guardians and Yankees!
Producer/Director: Joe Mandel
Executive Producer: Aldo Gandia
Courtney Cronin from ESPN and Chris Emma of 670 The Score join in the first in on the season finale of Draft On Tap. The second half of the show is dedicated to reviewing the play of Velus Jones, Braxton Jones, and Jaquan Brisker.