Big Ben Maller gets rolling with WEEI Late Night and he's talking all Celtics. After winning game 2, Ben naval gazes at how good this team could be with Kyrie and Hayward playing, or would the chemistry of the team be thrown off by the addition of two superstars. Would Terry Rozier have still risen and proven his worth as he has if Kyrie Irving was healthy? Can the Celtics really beat the Cavaliers and then have a shot against either the Warriors or Rockets in the Finals?
Hour 1. Patrick breaks down the Red Sox win over the Yankees and tals on how mentally weak David price is. Gilroy is joined by Dan greenberg of Bar Stool Sports to talk Celtics and Cavs. Dan pick the Celtics to win the series.
The second and final hour of WEEI Late Night gets rolling as Patrick Gilroy takes a look ahead to the next series facing the Celtics which is a rematch with Lebron James and the Clevelan Cavaliers. After what everyone has seen thus far, do the Celtics have a shot against the Cavs or is this just going to be another dusting by Lebron?
Hour 1 of WEEI Late Night gets going as Patrick Gilroy raves about the Celtics performance and resilience in Game 5 of the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs against the 76ers. After allowing a double digit lead to evaporate the Celtics maintained a close game and came up huge to secure a win. Gilroy takes a look at the series as a whole and examines how a team riddled with injuries was able to overcome the odds and take down the up and coming 76ers.
Hour 2 of WEEI Late Night gets going as Big Ben Maller conitnues to discuss the Bruins Game 3 loss to Tampa Bay. Then Ben takes a look at the Celtics and 76ers playoff series in the NBa and Joel Embiid made a few comments on how the volume of the fans at TD Garden haven't been an issue, but Ben thinks otherwise!
3rd and final hour of WEEI Late Night, Ben Maller tries to figure out if Mooke Betts is better suited as a number 3 or 4 hitter in the lineup instead of being in the lead off spot for the Red Sox. After smashing 3 home runs in a single game for the fourth time in his career, it's an important debate to be had.
Hour 1 of WEEI Late Night is underway as Big Ben Maller takes you through the Bruins Game 3 loss to Tampa Bay and Ben tries to figure out if the loss should be on the coach or on the players. Ben then discusses Terry Rozier's success thus far in the NBA Playoffs and feels that the Celtics should not let Rozier go even in a major trade. Lastly, Ben pokes fun at Charles Barkley as he apologizes to Draymond Green for saying he wanted to punch him.
Pattrick Gilroy holds down late night talking Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, and breaks down the latest comments from Patriots QB Tom Brady. Dan Greenburg of Barstool Sports joins the show in the second hour to break down the Celtics Game 1 win versus Philadelphia.
The shorthanded Celtics survive the running of the Bulls in Chicago with outstanding perfomances by Greg Monroe and Jaylen Brown. Is there still hope for the Green Teamers or are they headed for a one and done? Barstool Sports writer Dan Greenberg gives his opinion.