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The Overtime May 16, 2021
Justin Riebman talks about the Washington Capitals defeating the Boston Bruins 3-2 in overtime in game one of their series to kick off the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Rombauer winning the 2021 Preakness Stakes, The Los Angeles Dodgers signing longtime MLB veteran first baseman Albert Pujols, and the class of 2020 NBA Hall of Fame Class having their in-person ceremony and the legends inducted.
The Overtime May 14, 2021
Justin Riebman talks about Philadelphia Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto placed on the COVID related injury list, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Corbin Burnes setting the record for strikeouts, the WNBA starting their season Saturday and Rider alumni Stella Johnson entering her second season on the Washington Mystics, and George Kliavkoff, the president of entertainment and sports for MGM Resorts International getting hired as the next commissioner of the Pac-12.
The Overtime May 13, 2021
Justin Riebman talks about the NFL Kickoff game being announced after the 2021 season schedule getting released, New York Yankees ace Garret Cole reaching a major milestone, Miami Heat guard Victor Oladipo having season-ending surgery, and the Green Bay Packers signing veteran quarterback Blake Bortles.
The Overtime May 12, 2021
Justin Riebman talks about Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan passing away at age 37, New York Yankees third base coach Phil Nevin testing positive for COVID-19, Former Washington National Bryce Harper's welcome back to DC, and the Tampa Bay Lighting making NHL history by starting three black forwards on the first line.
The Overtime May 11, 2021
Justin Riebman talks about Boston Celtics Jaylen Brown out the remainder of the season, The Jacksonville Jaguars expected to sign former NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow, Buffalo Sabars Star center Jack Eichel's relationship with the organization going downhill since getting hurt, and Russell Westbrook breaking the all-time record in NBA triple-doubles.
The Overtime May 10, 2021
Justin Riebman talks about the NBA fining New Orleans Pelicans General Manager David Griffin, New York Mets Jacob DeGrom pulled from his start Sunday, The New York Knicks defeating the Los Angeles Clippers, and Washington Capitals Alex Ovechkin purchasing part of the NWSL team the Washington Spirit.