Nicki Jhabvala, Fan Insider and writer for the Athletic, sat in with D-Mac today!
In the first hour, D-Mac and Nicki relive Tiger Woods’ historic comeback victory at Augusta National yesterday. Where does Tiger’s return to the top rank among all-time great sports comebacks? Broncos’ kicker Brandon McManus, who caddied for Zach Johnson at the Par 3 Tournament during the Masters, joined the program to share his experience at the tournament. D-Mac says Avalanche fans need to keep the faith now that the team is returning to Pepsi Center with the series tied 1-1.
In the second hour, D-Mac and Nicki discuss Chris Harris Jr.’s contract situation. With only 10 days left until the draft, are both sides headed toward an inevitable split? Will the Seahawks meet Russell Wilsons’ self-imposed contract deadline and, if not, how could his departure shake up the landscape of the NFL? After a disappointing outing in Game 1, can the Nuggets bounce back and avoid a second home loss at the hands of Derrick White and the Spurs? D-Mac says the Avalanche will have their heads on straight heading into Game 3 against the Flames tonight and dives into the story of Cale Makar, who will make his NHL and Avalanche debut tonight.
In the third hour, D-Mac and Nicki discuss Tiger Woods’ epic comeback at The Masters over the weekend! Is it the greatest comeback story in sports history? Does Tiger have a chance to be the greatest American Athlete of all time? D-Mac and Nicki each give their ideal draft scenarios for the Broncos. What is the best course of action when it comes to the 10th overall pick? Broncos’ kicker Brandon McManus, who caddied for Zach Johnson at the Par 3 Tournament during the Masters, joined the program to share his experience at the tournament.
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