Carmichael Dave and Kyle discuss the Los Angeles Clippers and Philadelphia 76ers trade involving Tobias Harris. They also preview the Sacramento Kings game against the Houston Rockets, and the Kings' playoff chances. Dave Joerger joins the show. Also a man fought a mountain lion and won.
Carmichael Dave and Kyle discuss the Sacramento Kings win over the San Antonio Spurs. They also discuss Anthony Davis trade rumors and Super Bowl LIII. Jason March, Kayte Hunter and Lance Woods all join the show.
Hour 1 Segment 1: Carmichael Dave and Kyle discuss a form of entertainment they don’t like that much. Segment 2: The Kings smash the Hawks. Super Bowl LIII week continues. The New Orleans Pelicans erased Anthony Davis from their pregame video. Segment 3: Highlights from the Sacramento Kings’ win over the Atlanta Hawks. Segment 4: Best Super Bowl commercials […]
The New England Patriots are back in the Super Bowl and face the Rams, the same team they defeated in 2002 to win their first Super Bowl. 17 years later, the Patriots have been the constant in the Super Bowl.
Carmichael Dave and Kyle continue their look ahead at Super Bowl LIII with a heavier focus on the Los Angeles Rams. They also preview the Sacramento Kings game against the Atlanta Hawks, and chat about the future of the Sacramento Republic FC with lead investor Kevin Nagle. Cam DaSilva of the Rams Wire joins the show.
The Los Angeles Rams finished the season with a 13-3 record and defeated the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints to earn a Super Bowl birth. Los Angeles hasn't been perfect however and some of those faults have cost them some games.
Carmichael Dave and Kyle continue their Super Bowl LIII preview. They also dive into some Sacramento Kings rumors, NBA trade rumors, and they discuss the future of Anthony Davis and why the Los Angeles Lakers appear to be his destination no matter what. Henry McKenna of Patriots Wire joins the show to talk Pats-Rams.
The Los Angeles Rams head into their first Super Bowl since 2002 when they lost to the New England Patriots. The Rams have been a top team in the NFL the past two seasons and boast one of the top offenses in the league. In order to defeat New England, they'll need more than just the offense.
Carmichael Dave returns! Dave and Kyle chat about the Anthony Davis trade rumors, and how they affect the Sacramento Kings. They also talk about the Antonio Brown trade rumors, Super Bowl LIII and the NHL All-Star game.
The "Tuck Rule" is widely considered the play that kicked-off the Patriots dominance of almost two decades now. It shouldn't be considered that though. The play that started the Patriots dynasty happened in Super Bowl XXXVI.
Damien Barling and Jason Ross fill in. They preview the Sacramento Kings' game against the Memphis Grizzlies. They also talk about NBA All-Star rosters, and look at the John Harbaugh contract, Cam Newton's surgery and Antonio Brown wanting to play for the 49ers. Doug Christie joins the show.
Damien Barling and Jason Ross fill in for Carmichael Dave. They talk about their NBA All-Star starters, James Harden's streak, NBA trade rumors, Derek Carr wanting to fight the media, and Victor Oladipo's injury. Sam Amick of the Athletic talks NBA All-Star voting and trade deadline.
Not only are the New England Patriots the blueprint for building a Super Bowl team, they could be the blueprint for building a dynasty. At the same time, they might not be the best blueprint to a dynasty because of how easy they made it happen.
2018 was the second season under 32-year-old head coach Sean McVay for the Los Angeles Rams. McVay replaced veteran head coach Jeff Fisher after Fisher led the Rams to a 4-12 record in 2015. Since then, the Rams are 24-8 in the regular season, have appeared in the playoffs in back-to-back seasons, and will make their first Super Bowl appearance since 2001.
Damien Barling and Jason Ross fill in on The Drive. They break down the Sacramento Kings' loss to the Brooklyn Nets. They also take a deep dive on the NFC Championship, AFC Championship, and potential NFL rule changes that could come up as a result.
Sunday marks the eighth consecutive AFC Championship Game appearance for the New England Patriots and their 14th in 19 years. On the other side of the spectrum, the Kansas City Chiefs make their first appearance in the AFC Championship Game since 1969 when the Chiefs defeated the Oakland Raiders en route to the franchise's first and only Super Bowl championship.
Hour 1 Segment 1: Damien Barling and Jason Ross fill in for Carmichael Dave and break down the Sacramento Kings’ loss to the Charlotte Hornets. Segment 2: DeMarcus Cousins returns from his Achilles injury. History on NBA players with Achilles injuries is up and down. Segment 3: Lonzo Ball’s bad foul and Damien and Jason’s wardrobe choices. Segment […]
When these two teams met in Week 9, the game had a little bit of everything; a combined 80 points, an 18-point second half come back from the Rams, and a 72-yard touchdown pass to Michael Thomas that sealed the deal for the Saints that included a Joe Horn-esque cell phone touchdown celebration. Minus the cell phone, Sunday's NFC Championship Game between the Rams and Saints could feature the same high scoring and explosive plays we saw just two months ago.
Carmichael Dave and Kyle chat about the Sacramento Kings' win over the Portland Trail Blazers, and they discuss the ongoing Sacramento Kings rumors. They also look ahead to the AFC Championship and NFC Championship with the biggest questions for each team.