Something for everyone this week. First, Craig joins Matt to discuss the Fantasy Suites on The Bachelorette before (29:00 minute mark) talking Kyrie Irving and the potential of Lebron to LA. Afterwards, Mike, Kyle, and Kevin come on to breakdown the latest episode of Game of Thrones titled “Stormborn”.
Matt and Craig get caught up on the NHL Playoffs, discuss the legacy’s of Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin, the NBA playoffs and draft results, and briefly talk the nightmare season for the Toronto Blue Jays. They then switch to some pop culture and converse about the first season of Riverdale, season five of Arrested Development, the new Bachelor spin-off, and CM Punk on MTVs The Challenge.
Craig joins Matt to discuss Tim Duncan announcing his retirement and the first half of the Major League Baseball season.
Matt and Craig make good on their promise to share the script for Mighty Ducks 4 (starts at 33:00 mark). But first they spend some time discussing Kevin Durant signing with Golden State and the future of the NBA.
Kevin and Rob join Matt for their weekly Game of Thrones episode recap. Afterwards, Craig stops by to discuss the Raptors in the conference finals and the fight between the Blue Jays and Rangers.
A true crossover episode as Kevin and Rob join Matt to recap the latest episode of Game of Thrones, and at the 45 minute mark Craig comes on to discuss the crazy weekend in Toronto sports plus the NFL Draft.
Craig, Bill, and Matt are back to discuss week 13 in the NFL as well as David Price signing with the Red Sox, Kobe Bryant announcing his retirement, and Matt compares the newest Leafs goaltender to porn stars (that’s right…plural).
Special Canada Edition of The Crossover: Craig (@NeedlesOnNews) stops by to discuss all the NHL and NBA trades and free agents signings.
Craig Needles (@NeedlesonNews) stops by to discuss the NHL and NBA Playoffs so far as well as breakdown and predict both finals match ups.
Craig (@NeedlesOnNews) stops by to discuss the Leafs hiring coach Mike Babcock, and the playoffs both NHL and NBA.