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Tony Reali and four reporters from across the country debate about the hottest issues in this sport of competitive banter.

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Tony Reali and four reporters from across the country debate about the hottest issues in this sport of competitive banter.

    Putting It Together

    Putting It Together

    Tony Reali and the national panel talk the importance of James Harden impressing in his return and the NBA setting the record for 3-pointers again this season.

    Finding Excitement

    Finding Excitement

    Tony Reali and the national panel talk the most exciting game on the NFL schedule so far and what we learned about the Lakers last night.

    Standing Up

    Standing Up

    Tony Reali and the national panel talk Westbrook breaking the all-time triple-double record and the back and forth between Kent Bazemore and Bradley Beal.

    The Same But New

    The Same But New

    Tony Reali and the national panel talk a postrace failed drug test from the Kentucky Derby and the Jags signing Tim Tebow.

    Do You Worry About Seeding or Health?

    Do You Worry About Seeding or Health?

    Tony Reali and the national panel discuss whether you worry about seeding or health of players… we’re looking at you Lakers and Nets. 

    Battling It Out

    Battling It Out

    Tony Reali and the national panel talk the chaotic battle between the Capitals and the Rangers before discussing the Angels releasing Albert Pujols.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

dartichok ,

KO

I don’t know even if it’s the show I am talking about.

kane-o ,

One suggestion....

MORE BOB RYAN!!!!

Razon04 ,

A once great show not so great anymore.

I use to enjoy this show a lot. It was a great format for general sports talk. Sports often are a back seat for a one-sided lecture on a social issue. I would be fine with social issues and the impact on sports being discussed if both sides were presented. Plus, the list of banned phrases the talking heads can’t say is stupid and doesn’t even make sense.

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