Adam Jones opens up the night leading up until Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Celtics and the Cavaliers with Matt McCarthy Terry Rozier's comments after Game 3 were eyebrown raising to Jones as well as the talk of the referees for Game 4; he might not even watch because of the officials tonight!
Jones and McKone react to the Red Sox almost shutout victory over the Orioles. It's a win nonethless but Manny Machado lasered a 2 run hr in the 9th inning to dampen David Price's day just a little from an exceptional outing.
Celtics Reporter at the Boston Sports Journal Brian Robb calls in and talks with Jones about everything Cletics as they are 2 wins away from the NBA Finals. They both try to get to the bottom of the laughing and applause LeBron James received after Game 1 to see if Brian Robb was involved with chuckle factory over there.
Well noted LeBron James follower in Brian Windhorst of ESPN was on Pardon the Interruption and was asked a series of questions regarding the Cavaliers and LeBron. Co-host of the show Tony Kornheiser phrased a question to Windhorst in a way that was interesting to say the least.
Michael Hurley of CBS Boston chats with Jones on the Boston Celtics and they're 2-0 series lead on the Cavaliers. Hurley touches on the growth of the C's and their chances the rest of this season as well as moving forward.
Adam Jones and Tim McKone bring up a take Matt McCarthy had yesterday on this show saying if the Celtics don't finish off the Cavaliers, then the C's season is a failure. Jones may be known as the Prince of Negativity but that opinion could be too storng for him... or is it?
Coincidentally when David Price is good to go and takes the mound, Dennis Eckerseley makes his return to the NESN Booth. We learn something in the weather today from Tim McKone which amazes us why David Price is pitching tonight.
What is the President of Celtics basketball operations, Danny Ainge's, best move (trade, signing, draft pick, etc) that has most impacted the Celtics positively to where the team is today? There are many good ones; Adam Jones and Tim McKone discuss.