Thursday February 16th, 2017
The Drive with Big Al & DMac LIVE in studio talking James Dolan’s beef with Charles Oakley & Tony Romo expecting to be released. Earl Boykins joins the show just as the Nuggets hit the NBA All-Star break and shakes his head after their latest loss. Mike Klis joins The Drive to help Big Al & DMac out with criticism he’s heard regarding Russell Okung & Ryan Clady. Chad Brown joins the show as the one guy in the studio who actually played against Terrell Davis. Brown says Davis was the one player that could destroy a team’s hopes of winning.
DMac is mad right away. The weather is spectacular & DMac has garbage in his yard. The guys enter strange territory as Draymond Green & Charles Oakley weigh in on James Dolan & racism in the NBA. Earl Boykins is asked about where Draymond & Oakley’s comments are stemming from, and how bad the latest Nuggets loss at Pepsi was. If the Nuggets are serious about making the playoffs, Earl says they need to win games like that. The manner in which they beat Golden State surprised Boykins.
Raj Sharan laughs about Khy Kabellis scoring on himself in the DU game against NDSU. Players flip out, and it counts as two points. The guys dive into an article mentioning CU Buffs possibly recruiting an 8th grader. Mike Klis joins The Drive to help Big Al & DMac out with criticism he’s heard regarding Russell Okung & Ryan Clady. Al asks Klis about some names the Broncos can immediately eliminate from the free agent conversation & what players are on the hot-seat as free agency approaches. Listen to the interview HERE! Dick Vitale gives NBA a try & DMac says he is thoroughly entertained. Also, how close Brandon Marshall is to getting into the HOF.
Chad Brown joins the show as the one guy in the studio who actually played against Terrell Davis. Brown says Davis was the one player that could destroy a team’s hopes of winning. Terrell’s playoff success is clear & must be considered by the NFL, says Brown. Consistency was key with TD, and DMac asks Chad if Calvin Johnson’s three years of dominance were enough. Chad prepares for his hike of Mt Kilimanjaro and Chris Long’s charity. Also, the importance of stat accumulation when it comes to the Hall of Fame, if the history books could be written without Darren Sproles & Devin Hester, and Darrelle Revis trends down after his altercation in his home town.
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