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Tim Micallef and Sid Seixeiro debate the hot-button issues from the world of sports. They also talk about other stuff. Cool stuff.

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Tim Micallef and Sid Seixeiro debate the hot-button issues from the world of sports. They also talk about other stuff. Cool stuff.

    April 1: Masai Ujiri and the Importance of Physical Distancing

    April 1: Masai Ujiri and the Importance of Physical Distancing

    The guys talk about the beer they have in the fridge and the importance of April Fools Day. Arash Madani (23:48) discusses the cancellation of Wimbledon and what the NFL season might look like. JP Arencibia (43:47) on life in Florida, dropping weight after his baseball career, and the latest from around the MLB. James Palmer of NFL Network (1:07:27​​) talks about the upcoming NFL Draft. Toronto Raptors President of Basketball Operations Masai Ujiri (1:31:58​) opens up about how he’s balancing life and work during the COVID-19 pandemic, the league’s reaction to Rudy Gobert’s confirmation of the virus, and his message on safety to people today. Colby Armstrong (1:53:05) delves into how he’s been passing the time and his dreams of joining the next Olympics. Plus, Samuel L. Jackson reads a special message for everyone not staying at home. 







    The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hr 19 min
    Headliner: Masai Ujiri

    Headliner: Masai Ujiri

    The Toronto Raptors President of Basketball Operations discusses how he’s dealing with life, work, and the importance of staying safe during this global pandemic. 

    • 14 min
    March 31: Reminiscing on Kawhi Leonard’s Iconic Game 7 Winner

    March 31: Reminiscing on Kawhi Leonard’s Iconic Game 7 Winner

    Tim and Sid relay some breaking news on how long Toronto will be going without public events. Jeff Blair of Writers Bloc ( 22:03 ) discusses sharing a birthday with Sid, the first thing he will do once the quarantine is over, and his thoughts on the future of the NBA season. Matt Devlin (45:43) gives us a full breakdown of how Scotiabank Arena felt after Kawhi Leonard hit the game-winning shot in Game 7. Jim Treliving (1:09:28) of Dragon’s Den details what his day looks like while trying to run a business and what he remembers while sitting courtside for Kawhi’s series clincher. Chris Johnston ( 1:23:08 ) gives us the latest update on the extended self-quarantine in the NHL. Marc Spears of ESPN ( 1:34:47 ) calls in to talk about quarantine life in the Bay Area, what he’s binging, and what the NBA season could look like if they resume. Alvin Williams ( 1:55:38 ) details his plans for post quarantine life, who his favourite wrestle was, and if he thought Kawhi’s Game 7 winner was going to go in. Plus, Tim’s Dad Joke of the Day. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hr 19 min
    March 30: Sid Seixeiro Birthday Extravaganza

    March 30: Sid Seixeiro Birthday Extravaganza

    Mom and Dad Seixeiro join the show to wish Sid a Happy Birthday (6:53). Jonathan Osario of Toronto FC (24:27) talks about the outreach he’s done for young fans during this hiatus and has a message to front-line workers. Stephen Brunt (41:01) calls in with a birthday message for Sid. Dallas Green of City and Colour (49:38) talks about watching Raptors Rewind, how he’s spending his days in quarantine, and his love of sandwiches. Gerry Dee (1:11:08) stops by to explain how he’s keeping his kids active in the house and how he’s handling not being able to work. Ken Reid (1:26:34) drops in for an update and to offer his birthday wishes. Ariel Helwani (1:34:01) discusses whether the UFC is going to pull off an event in April, what backlash Dana White might be facing if they go ahead with an event, and the WWE going ahead with a taped version of Wrestlemania. Elliotte Friedman (1:57:30) talks Zdeno Chara’s comments regarding Tuukka Rask and his relationship with chicken wings. Plus, a very special birthday message from Doug Gilmour.







    The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    March 27: The Body Break Rivalry Is Reignited

    March 27: The Body Break Rivalry Is Reignited

    Tim and Sid talk to Shi Davidi about how this hiatus will impact MLB service time. Donnovan Bennett joins us for an update on how he’s passing the time with a new child in the household. San Jose captain Logan Couture talks about the possibility of starting the Stanley Cup Playoffs as soon as the NHL returns, his reading hobby, and who would be the worst Sharks teammate to be quarantined with. Hal Johnson and Joanne McLeod finally get on the show to talk about their upcoming race against Sid and offer tips on working out at home. Colby Armstrong helps feed the Body Break Rivalry. Olympic gold medalist Donovan Bailey on how he’s staying in shape mentally and physically during the quarantine. Plus, an old friend Cabral “Cabbie” Richards catches stops by.

    The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hr 19 min
    March 26: Staying Positive On What Should Have Been Opening Day

    March 26: Staying Positive On What Should Have Been Opening Day

    Tim and Sid discuss what would have been Opening Day in Major League Baseball. Ben Wagner joins to talk Blue Jays and deliver a special opening for the show. Kevin Blackistone of the Washington Post breaks down his latest article on sports franchise owners stepping up to help during this crisis. Bob Glauber of Newsday stops by to talk about the effect Tom Brady joining the Buccaneers will have on the NFL. Brian Burke explains his definition of truculence and who the toughest player he ever saw was. Canadian Country music star Brett Kissel calls in to talk about missing the Edmonton Oilers and how isolation is influencing his music writing. Kevin Barker brings us some stories from Opening Days of the past and his movie picks while staying home. Plus, the dad joke of the day, and a huge donation from Drew Brees.

    The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

    • 2 hr 20 min

Customer Reviews

ChaseMcNeill ,

States fan for life

I’m a die hard Philly sports fan and I love listening to these guys take on sports especially hockey, hysterical quick with and a wealth of knowledge really make it an enjoyable listen. Keep it up guys, with love from Philly🤙🏼🤙🏼

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Hilarious Duo!

Watched Tim and Sid growing up ever since they were on The Score, and they put a fresh and comedic spin on sporting news. Keep it up boys!

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