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Legendary Democratic Consultant Bob Shrum joins Beats & Eats to discuss the state of the 2020 race.  Shrum, a political veteran, who has worked on such Presidential campaigns as Ted Kennedy (80), Al Gore (2000), and John Kerry (2004), weighs in on the recent events like Covid-19 which have changed the political landscape this year. 

A Zac Efron heat check, plus DJ finally watches Queer Eye, allowing for an overdue episode.  

Jeff Goodman and Bob Ryan are back and this time, on location, from the brand new (kinda) TD Garden! Recorded following the Celtics – Mavericks contest on Monday, November 11th. Goodman and Ryan give you another tour of the NBA with intense focus on the Knicks crazy press conference. Bob Ryan says, “In 50 years of covering the NBA, I’ve never

On today’s podcast we discuss the following topics: FIBA World Cup Gallinari’s importance to the Thunder Andrew Wiggins trade? Chris Paul stats from last season And so much more Thanks for listening and subscribe on iTunes! Support the people that support Down to Dunk, KP’s Cleaning Services and Payton Marie Photography!      

  All of Boston seems obsessed with Kyrie Irving and the circus Celtics’ season. The blame game is over. How do the Celtics move on? Legendary Celtic player and radio voice, Cedric Maxwell gives you his takes on what to do with Kyrie, how to deal with Rozier’s mouth and what Brad Stevens can do

Matt Vautour is a columnist for Twitter:@MattVautour424   3:14 Is this the best year in Boston sports? 4:37 Is not being watched as much good for Red Sox? 7:13 Should champions visit the White House? 15:40 David Price vs. the media   Subscribe to Red Sox Beat wherever you get your podcasts and

Cedric Maxwell and Josue Pavon are back for episode 3 of The Cedric Maxwell Podcast. EPISODE TEASER: Ep3 of the Cedric Maxwell #Podcast is here. Today, Max is talking about @KingJames & his contributions to charity, social issues, etc. Max: “Anybody who would tarnish what #LeBron did defies logic to me…” FULL EP HERE:

1:00 p.m. Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin In a rematch of last year’s first round, the Celtics are the underdog as they travel to Milwaukee to take on possible MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks. Both teams have rested for almost a whole week and are looking to take the first step towards the Eastern Conference

It’s been an entire week without Celtics basketball, but now the Boston Celtics are back and poised to take on the Eastern Conference’s top seed: the Milwaukee Bucks. With his ability to play Giannis Antetokounmpo well on defense and stretch the Bucks’ defense out to the three-point line, Al Horford is perhaps the biggest x-factor for

Brian and Michael break down the Celtics’ first round sweep of the Pacers by going over takeaways. What did we learn about the C’s during their dominant win and what will possibly translate over into a much tougher test in the Eastern Conference Semifinals? The guys also ask some big questions about the Bucks series

The Boston Celtics will look to complete a four-game sweep for the first time under Brad Stevens, as they take on the Indiana Pacers today in an elimination game. With the Milwaukee Bucks handling the Detroit Pistons last night ease, the Celtics and Bucks find themselves on course for a second-round battle. Plus, the Brooklyn Nets

The Boston Celtics matched their road win total from last year’s postseason run by beating the Indiana Pacers last night, 104-96. More importantly, Jaylen Brown, Kyrie Irving and the Celtics take a commanding 3-0 lead with a chance to end their first-round series on Sunday with Game 4 in Indiana. In route to becoming the




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With the Boston Celtics off since Sunday, the players have had plenty of time to rest, prepare for Game 2 on Wednesday against the Indiana Pacers and survey the rest of the NBA Playoff landscape. Plus, what does the DeMarcus Cousins injury mean for the Golden State Warriors? Subscribe to the Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes,

Earlier today, Danny Ainge said that the Boston Celtics could be the healthiest they’ve been all year as they enter the NBA playoffs. That may not have factored in Marcus Smart’s torn oblique injury, which will reportedly sideline him for as long as the first two rounds of the postseason, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowksi.

As Texas Tech and Virginia advanced to the NCAA Championship last night, the Boston Celtics had an opportunity to rest as the NBA regular season winds down. With only two games remaining, including tonight vs. Orlando, and Philadelphia winning at Chicago on Saturday, how does the rest of the regular season break down for the

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