Cousin Sal is joined by the Degenerate Trifecta to go over Harry’s health, Jon Jones’s win, and even an inexcusable Knicks win (01:15), before they give out winners for Super Bowl LV (13:45), the NCAA tournament (26:00), NBA All-Star Weekend (33:45), and the most fun sport (outside of the big four) to bet/watch (39:45). They wrap up the show with their best bets that include this weekend’s Genesis Open and next weekend’s fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury (48:45).
NBA All-Star Weekend, March Madness, and Most Fun (Other) Sport To Bet/Watch
Plus: Cousin Sal and the Degenerate Trifecta discuss Jon Jones’s win, Super Bowl LV, and more
With the series finale on the horizon, Jimmy McGill continues down a path of self-destruction—while Kim Wexler starts on the long, difficult road to redemption
Lindsay and Kevin examine Kansas City’s revamped receiving corps and how they’ll affect Patrick Mahomes’s QB play before discussing Buffalo’s new OC, Ken Dorsey, and speculating whether he’ll be able to elevate Josh Allen’s game to the next level this season
The prolific rapper and streaming star who out-charted Drake last year is back with a new album that reconstructs the Black gospel experience
Jim and Simon chat about the growth of the game and where it’s headed, as well as reminisce on some of their glory days at Tigers
Gewirtz joins Rosenberg and SGG for a wide-ranging conversation about his experiences working for WWE from 1999 to 2012