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Episode 107: The SB, MLB Scandal and Earl Cureton on Roundball

It’s Just About A Pick’em.

It’s the latest No Filter Sports Podcast with Eli Zaret, Denny McLain and Bob Page!

  • He was a teammate of some of the great players in NBA history! Detroiter Earl Cureton is with us today.
  • EVERYBODY is looking forward to THIS one! The Chiefs versus the Niners in the Super Bowl.
  • Eli tells us Netflix has a new doc out on the tragic life of Aaron Hernandez — and a wild story it is!
  • The Astros’ pitch/sign-stealing scandal rages on. How do YOU and others feel about it? ESPN has an answer.
  • Hand the boys a napkin: They need to wipe the EGG of their faces about Sparky and some of his ex-players.
  • Wither the maybe-NOT-so-pathetic Pistons? Bob says things might be looking up —  and SIGN Drummond. Eli: NO!
  • Why haven’t the WINGS signed Gerard Gallant yet as the disaster rolls on unmitigated?
  • Eli recaps the UFC McGregor/Cowboy bout. DENNY for “Sports Person of the Year”? Someone in the mailbag thinks so!
  • And Detroit pro teams are bad. Uh, HOW bad ARE they? Those stories and much more right here!

Episode 102: Wanna BET, big shot? Then Hear THIS!

Sportsbook sign with people standing under it.

This will transform the gaming industry in Michigan.

It’s the latest No Filter Sports Podcast with Eli Zaret, Denny McLain, and Bob Page.

  • Noted sports gambling attorney, Dan Wallach, is on the show to talk about LEGAL sports gambling for YOU.
  • Another humiliation for Jim Harbaugh in another big game. Is HE the problem with U-M football?
  • Eli and Denny do you a solid by picking the weekend’s NFL playoff winners. Go bet against ’em and clean up!
  • What, was Denny STONED today?! He took one of Eli’s “special” pills and may have just started a, uh, HIPPER life!
  • Coaches come and coaches go. Nevertheless, the FLs’ image took an even further beating after their latest firings.
  • Two major sports deaths this week. The boys discuss the life and times of both David Stern and Don Larson.
  • Is the Tigers’ top pitcher, Matthew Boyd, on his way out of Detroit? SHOULD he be?
  • Bob updates us on that U-D “showdown” at Gonzaga. The Zags finished as 33.5 point favorites! Did you bet it?
  • Meantime, it’s Michigan at Michigan State Sunday as Bob wonders whether Juwan will soon overtake Izzo
  • Those stories, the Wings, Pistons, the Mailbag and much more right here.

 

Episode 52: The One and Only Dick Vitale, BAY-bee!

Illustrated portrait of Dick Vitale

He’s a basketball motivational evangelist.

 It’s the latest No Filter Sports Podcast with Eli Zaret, Denny McLain and Bob Page.

  • The boys welcome to the show their old buddy, Dickie V! And he opens up about his life as you’ve probably never heard before.
  • A contract extension for Al Avila? Why on earth NOW?! Bob wonders if Chris Ilitch is fit to run the Detroit Tigers.
  • Miggy, Gardy, now Nick (and Cowboy West?!): Everybody’s upset these days as even opponent broadcast crews laugh at the Tigers’ mess.
  • MLB hits the all-star break with more controversy:  a BIG home plate collision leads Denny on a rant and Bob to make a suggestion.
  • Yep, sure is great that the U.S. women won the World Cup Soccer Tourney, but Eli begs for some perspective — please!
  • And NFL labor negotiations are on tap throughout July. Is a strike or a lockout inevitable next year? Maybe not.
  • Those stores and much more right here!

Episode 28: TIGER IS BACK — AND THE BOYS GOT LOTS TO SAY ABOUT IT!!!

It’s not a sports story, it’s a cultural phenomenon.

It’s the latest No Filter Sports Podcast with Eli Zaret, Denny McLain and Bob Page.

  • An amazing golf phenomenon, true, but Tiger Woods may be a bigger cultural phenomenon, as Eli explains.
  • And Denny says WHAT? His ’68 Detroit Tigers were a better comeback story?!
    The Pistons begin their playoff humiliation, even leaving the TNT guys rolling in the aisles.
  • Is Michigan State now becoming the butt of national ridicule? Perhaps — and Bob will tell you why.
  • How are the Tigers doing these days? One short quote from an ex-New York Knicks star says it all.
  • Those stories and much more coming right up!