Category: Boston Sports Media

Dave Portnoy: “Goodell is a coward”

Dave Portnoy was denied the chance to watch a Monday Night Football game with Roger Godell. The President of Barstool Sports was the highest bidder for an NFL charity auction with a $250,000 donation. Portnoy won the right to enjoy a MNF game with Godell in the commissioner’s man cave. Despite Portnoy winning the prize, the […]

What Part 2 of “Lance” Should Dive Into

Last Sunday, ESPN released the first of a two part Lance Armstrong documentary. The two hour 30 for 30 went into detail about Armstrong’s upbringing, his first few years as a professional cyclist, and his inspiring battle with cancer. The two hours contained some interesting insight into Armstrong and the cycling world. However, there was […]

The Season That Could Have Been….

Coming into the 2019-2020 season the Boston Celtics were underdogs at best. There were no expectations except to see a young team work and play hard with little reward for the next couple of years before they’d be considered true contenders. The bell was rung in Philadelphia by former Celtic, Al Horford, to sound the […]

WBZ Re-airing “The Great 80’s” Sunday 11:35PM

Sunday evening at 11:35pm WBZ will show their classic special, “The Great 80’s”, about Boston sports in that decade. Hosted by legendary Boston broadcaster Bob Lobel, the program will touch on everything New England sports from those 10 years. Boston’s many sports victories from that decade will be mentioned, as well as a few heartbreaking […]

Derek Sanderson Interviewed On Spittin Chiclets

Former Bruin center Derek Sanderson recently talked to Barstool Sports’ Spittin Chiclets Podcast. The interview was released on the show’s Monday episode.  Sanderson played in 13 NHL seasons, with one year in the WHA. In 598 NHL contests he racked up 202 goals, 250 assists, and 911 penalty minutes. He won the Calder Memorial Trophy […]

Player Deconditioning – The Unmentioned Consequence in NBA Shutdown

We have heard of most of the negative aspects of the NBA’s decision to put the 2019-20 season on hiatus because of the coronavirus outbreak. But one major concern is the fact that even elite athletes, including professional basketball players, can become deconditioned in a very short period of time. Admittedly, two of the very […]