By Mark Paulette, When I handed out report cards for the Boston Red Sox after one month of play, I was accused by my fellow ‘Drivers’ as being overly generous and soft on the struggling Sox. Now, with 82 games in the books, I can assure you that any patience with this team has long […]
By Mark Paulette, The 2019 NBA Awards took place Monday night in Santa Monica, CA. Rather than run through the best of the best in 2019, let’s flip the script and award the worst of the worst. It’s the 2019 NBA Razzies, as voted on by the listeners of The Drive. Worst Lead in a […]
By Mark Paulette, Mark had a chance to talk with Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy before his appearance in Brewer on Tuesday night. Hear from the two-time Super Bowl champ as he recalls being dealt to New England and his first feelings on joining the Patriots, plus his pre-Pats days hatred of Bill Belichick and […]
The Voice of the Celtics, Sean Grande, stopped by to chat with Jim and Mark on Monday. Grande took on the role of Danny Ainge, previewed an ‘unprecedented’ summer in the NBA and did his best to convince us he’s not a Celtics’ homer.
By Aaron Jackson, Last week I broke down five different scenarios or paths the Boston Celtics could take given where they now find themselves. To recap, those scenarios were: 1. Trade for Anthony Davis (very unlikely since they’ve agreed to a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, albeit not officially yet). 2. Trade up for […]
Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston joined the show on Tuesday to discuss Kyrie “ghosting the C’s” as well as predict where some of the top names will land this summer.
Sean Deveney joined the show Monday to react to the NBA’s weekend blockbuster deal that sent Anthony Davis to the Lakers for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and the #4 pick in Thursday’s draft. How does it effect the Celtics and the power structure in the NBA? Find out below.
By Aaron Jackson, We’re less than a week away from the NBA draft, with the Boston Celtics being an incredibly interesting team to watch. They have three mid to late first round picks in a draft that is widely considered to be a top-heavy year. They’re also a team that wants to win now, but […]
By Mark Paulette, I will maintain, and argue with anyone who thinks otherwise, that last year’s Red Sox team was not likable. They were uber successful. They far exceeded expectations. But they were not likable. The team was machine-like. Play ball, win game, repeat. It was clockwork, and it was done at a clip few […]
Joe McDonald of The Athletic joined the show Tuesday evening to preview Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. He offered his thoughts on Game 7 and admitted, should the Bruins win, it will be one of the sweeter moments of his professional career.