The Champions League Final is almost upon us! Liverpool take on Real Madrid in this years Final so Devang and Simon look back at the finest hour in recent memory for the Reds.
The Miracle In Istanbul is often regarded as one of the greatest finals in European Football. This one was a real joy to look back and experience all over again...
LeBron James is absurd. Just absurd. We go on a quick tour of his career before going through the 2013 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs.
Devang and Simon also examine James' legacy and ask how long can this continue.
Catch up with Devang's apperance on Real Good Show here: http://realgoodshow.com/blog/2018/5/9/episode-143-motion-crapture-w-devang-desai
I suppose Snooker isn't the first thing that comes to mind when someone says dramatic, but the 1985 World Championship Final was just that.
It remains the closest fought Final in the sports history between two amazing protagonists.
Simon leads Devang through a brief Snooker history lesson to learn about the greatest snooker match ever played.
Arsene Wenger is leaving Arsenal. Devang and Simon go through the history of Wenger, his highest points as a manager, and what his legacy is at the Gunners.
What next for Arsene Wenger? They both offer their opinions about what the Frenchman will do and who could possibly replace him at Arsenal.
With Devang out on his travels, The Sport Chronicle records our very first remote episode.
They dig into the history of the NFL Draft along with 5 of the biggest moments in the Draft history.
Finally, Devang and Simon look forward to predict their biggest surprises in the upcoming 2018 Draft. Laugh at our dreadful predictions in a weeks time!
This 23 year old sensation has taken the Majors by storm this year. But where did this all come from, what drives Ohtani every day, and what could be the ceiling?
Devang and Simon dig into this amazing story and try to catch you up as to why Ohtani is the best story in sport right now.
The Sedins glittering NHL Career is coming to an end as they announced their retirment from the league. Devang and Simon revisit the 2011 Stanley Cup, possibly both their highest and lowest points of their careers.
We also chat to Justin Morissette of Real Good Show about the Sedins and the Stanley Cup.
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In the 2017 NCAA Tournament, the UConn Huskies put their 4 year consecutive title streak on the line against the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
This one was a David vs Goliath clash which will be talked about for many many years to come.
Baseball is almost back and we are celebrating baseball's opening day with a special guest.
Derek Mayson is a proud member of Team Canada Fast Pitch Softball and joins us to chat over our favourite moments from Baseball's opening day.
Devang and Simon look back at the life of Roger Bannister who died this week at the age of 88. Bannister is the first man to break the mythical four minute mile mark in competition and was a true pioneer for the sporting world.
What a huge season it was for TFC in 2017. Simon interviews Devang about his beloved Toronto FC before our attention turns to the 2018 campaign as we interview Jimmy Conrad, former USMNT player and YouTube star.
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What a game we saw between Canada and the USA in the Women's Ice Hockey Gold Medal Game in PyeongChang!
Devang and Simon dig into that incredible game before rounding up their thoughts about the Olympics as a whole.
The 2018 Winter Olympics are here! Devang and Simon get stuck into their favourite moments so far before being joined by Jorge Mendoza of From The Back Line.
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On the eve of NBA All Star Weekend, Devang and Simon talk about the greatest performance in the Dunk Contest. Vince Carter broke all records and changed how we viewed the Dunk Contest forever.
Next we speak to Blake Murphy of Raptors Republic, The Athletic, and Vice Sports.
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It's two in one to start the year! We go back to one of the greatest tennis matches of all time to tie in with us watching Borg/McEnroe directed by Janus Metz Pedersen. We then tackle the 2018 Australian Open which starts in a few days time.