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That's 855-212-4CBS. We're waiting on the NBA Finals. Less than 24 hours away now at this point.
We've been waiting forever. We talked about, we'll talk more about this momentarily. We heard that Shannon Sharpe is no longer going to be on Undisputed. Good for him. I guess that'll mean less of a headache sitting across from that other guy who's just a yell box all the time.
It is Wednesday night. And so, in an hour from now, I'm going to share with you a new top six list. We're going to take a look at some athletes, ironically I told you about that yell box on FS1. We're going to talk about some athletes who need to stop talking. They just chat too damn much. Me, it's my job to chat. They pay me to come here and talk. These guys, they get a lot of money as well. A whole lot more than me. But I just wish they'd shut up anyway.
I wish they'd stop. And so I'll give you that top six list next hour. I also shared with you last hour, and shout outs to all my friends in Detroit, all my friends who happen to be Pistons fans. You got a new head coach. Monty Williams is the new head coach for the Detroit Pistons. And they gave him a huge deal. $12 million a season. Greg Popovich makes $11.5 million per season. Monty Williams got $12 million for six years.
That's $72 million total. And so they are expecting him to usher the Pistons back into relevancy with all of their young players. Cunningham, and Ivy, Wiseman, whoever the hell they decide to take with the fifth pick in the draft.
Either these dudes will develop together or somebody is going to get traded at some point for a veteran. And so Nick Nurse, we know Nick Nurse is going to coach the Sixers. Monty Williams is on his way to the Detroit Pistons.
Shout outs to all the fans of Detroit basketball. And as we continue on here in this hour, there's always changes in sports. You know, people move teams and people go back and forth and people quit, people leave, people get fired.
It's just like everything else in life, except for they do it publicly. And so this hour, I do want to talk to you about Aaron Rodgers. For whatever reason, his exit from the Green Bay Packers is still in the news. It's like, oh, well, we, we got a new update about his departure. We have a huge soccer star who wants to be a part of the NFL.
That's one hell of a change. And Bill Belichick, he hasn't changed one damn bit. Bill Belichick spoke to the media today, and then we'll, we'll talk about that. But right before we went to break, we discussed this speaking of change. If you sit down and watch FS1 or you like Shannon Sharpe or Skip Bayless, I don't watch it.
I only see the clips really when they go viral. Shannon Sharpe is gone from the show. It was announced this afternoon, or actually a couple of hours ago this evening, depending on where you live, that he is, he's come to a contract buyout with Fox and he's gone. And what happens with the show or who's going to join Skip Bayless?
I don't know. He's one of the most annoying people that I've ever heard in my life. And I can understand why Shannon Sharpe would want to go.
Outside of seemingly their own beefs on air, Shannon Sharpe, it was reported, it was a burglary at his house, at his home in Los Angeles. We know that he was the focus with the Grizzlies for a period of time. And I'm sure that there's a good deal for him out there. And let's be real, he's, he's made his money. You think he'll have other opportunities?
I think he will be okay. And if you want to know the biggest blow up between these two guys, do you remember this from a few months ago? This was on FS1 as Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless, they argued over Tom Brady and Shannon's just like, man, why, why are you making us personal? Listen to this. Still playing at a high level at 45 when you had to stop at 35. That's what you do. That's what you do.
Every time somebody, every time I call something in the question, I'm jealous. No, I did what I did. I never said you were jealous of Baker Mayfield. I did what I did. You make it seem like I was a bum. I'm in the F'ing Hall of Fame.
I got three Super Bowls. So what? He's way better than you were.
Way better. See what you do? You take personal shots. You would take a personal shot at me. Wait a minute. Talking about you would take a person glasses back on. Can I finish? You're willing to take a personal shot at me to say this man is better than me because I say he's playing bad because you just go disrespect him.
It's just so you know what is beneath your dignity. No. Well, I thought support him over anybody because he's the greatest player who ever played your game and it's by far. I'm going to have at it because I'm going to have that. You know, that was entertaining. I don't know if I could a sit there and watch it for an hour and then be I don't know if I could sit on a stage with him and do that for shove was six years, seven years, seven years there.
It's incredible man. Well, he's he's done and I think based on that clip can can you blame him for being done for saying I don't want to do this anymore. I'm not I'm not mad at the guy and by the way, I think we all know Shannon Sharp.
If he wanted to he can go across that table and snap that man into two pieces. Good on him. Good luck to whatever he does and for skip Bayless, whatever anyway, eight five five two one two four CBS. That's eight five five two one two four CBS. David is calling from Buffalo. You're on the JR sport brief show. What's up? Hey, Jr. Hope you're having a good night, man.
Thanks for taking my call. Want to jump in here and talk about Monty Williams getting the job with Detroit. I thought he got a raw deal with Phoenix. I think you know to me it just shows more and more how the players really run the NBA more so than any League out there. I think though Detroit is you know, a hard-nosed town Monty Williams was a hard-nosed player when he played and I think to me Detroit, you know has got enough draft capital, you know enough assets where I think he can build this team up in a couple years and really make them a team that you know is credible. I think they're a long way from being a championship contender, but I think to me that city's going to appreciate him.
I think that town, you know is a town where it's taught you that they're starving for winter. I mean look at all the teams there are struggling to me. I think this guy brings a winning attitude and a winning culture there and I it's a good move.
Yeah. Well, I mean, it's a start it's going to be much more dependent on on the talent that they have there Monty Williams can run around and be a great coach and be a master motivator, but how they develop the talent that they have is going to be the key and then ultimately it's almost a long shot. It's a real long shot. Not everybody wakes up and becomes the Golden State Warriors. Not everybody says, oh my God, we got we got Steph Curry. Oh my God, we we got Klay Thompson. Oh my God, we got Draymond Green and then you can just run that to a championship. Ideally, that would be the hope that you can at least move into contention with everybody that you draft but it's unlikely. I'm one of the guys that the Warriors drafted James Wiseman. They were hoping for continuity with him into the future and they shipped him out to Detroit because it's it's a young team. He's going to get playing time. There's not going to be championship level expectations and such. So yeah, we can go ahead and I will agree with you Monty Williams is a good coach and a good look and they have stability. But what is their GM Troy Weaver going to do over the next several years so he has a team that can compete and how are the players going to get better?
And so that'll be a massive question moving forward. 855-212-4CBS. John is calling from Anchorage. You're on the JR Sportbrief Show. What's up, John? Hello, can you hear me? I do. You're live on the radio.
Go ahead, please. Yeah, hey, I'm just on this Shannon Sharpe thing. I think Shannon, man, I don't know how he stuck in there for so long with that dude. I think Skip is arrogant. I don't know how these stations can keep pompous people around and pay them outrageous money to do that. On the flip side, not every athlete is a good broadcaster after they retire.
But man, I think Shannon Sharpe had his stuff together. I'll let you go here and get your feedback. Well, thank you, John, for calling from Anchorage. It's about being entertaining first. That's how it is. It's about being entertaining. And there were enough people who sat down and watched and were entertained and talked about it and gave stats and numbers and boosted social media, that there was enough money to be made.
Is it something that you can do in perpetuity? I'm not so sure. You look at, I mentioned this last hour, you look at Pat McAfee and what he does from a sports media perspective, look at how he produces content and what he does. It ain't debate, is it? It's not. It's just straight shooting like dudes are sitting around in the den.
That's really what it is. 855-212-4CBS. Hey, he's back. Austin is calling from Houston. You're on the JR Sport Brief Show. Hey, John, what's going on, buddy? How you doing tonight?
Excellent. Hey, man. Yeah, what's funny is I was trying to pull up that Shannon clip when Skip was disrespecting his Hall of Fame career.
And as soon as I turned it off, I heard you playing it, man. I think when that happened, I thought that was going to be the last straw for Shannon because he really is one of those dudes that kind of wears his heart on his sleeve, man. And when I heard Skip doing that, it's like Skip has loyalty to nobody. So once he came to Shannon's rack like that, I figured he was done. And I'm glad he is, man, because he he's got the character for TV or really anything he wanted to do. And Skip was holding him back, man.
He's just a bum. So I'm glad he's gone, man. I think all of your callers going to be glad that Shannon left. And I don't think Skip's time is numbered on TV also, to be honest. And we're all happy about that, I think. Yeah, I, I, I'm not well, I don't want to be the I don't want to be the grave digger, the undertaker, the pallbearer.
I don't want to be any of those things. But yeah, I think when you're you're 71 and you're doing this on sports and you see how how much is changing and so fast and you can certainly see the comments, there comes a point in time where it's no longer, hey, this is the Vince McMahon of radio or sports talk. I think there comes a point in time where people are just like, OK, man, we're over it.
And I think that that might be sooner than later. Hey, Austin, thank you, man. You be safe out there. All right, J.R., Chef, God bless you all. Take care.
No doubt about it. Let's go to North Carolina and talk to Dr. Freddie. You're on the J.R. Sport Brief Show.
What's up, doctor? Hello there, J.R. Yeah, just wanted to get get up on this game tomorrow night with the NBA finals and have a few conjectures there. First of all, I'd like to say very proud of the Miami Heat in the last game. They did what they needed to do as far as getting the team concept together, especially on the offensive end.
Pretty much they got they got something to work on now. They need to improve that every game. They need to do a lot of way for the ball, picking and rolling the screening away from the ball, get the lanes and the angles right. And, you know, they got to play physical and stay on the boards. And and that's what they got to do and stop the stop Denver from getting in transition, cut off those outlet passes wherever they're going out. And like I said, just attack on the offensive end and play great defense. And you keep the tempo under control.
You got to keep them under control. And I think they have a good chance to win. We got to see how the referee is going to call that big guy. He's been bumping and knocking everybody down. If he keeps letting him do that, get away with it. We're just going to see how they call it.
But Miami needs to see if they can draw some charges on that big guy. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, I do. Well, thank you, Freddie. Appreciate what you are a doctor of. I'm a doctor of sports and a life doctor, life observations and that kind of thing. You know, I like to watch the water, water, you know, the water in the ocean and all that and birds and all kinds of stuff, you know?
I like to watch nature, you know what I'm saying? But I go back a long way in basketball. But anyway, my father was a surgeon, general surgeon. Yeah. No.
Okay. And you're just a doctor of sports and nature. I'm a doctor of general things in life. Hopefully, keeping the finer points of life and keeping your mind on positive things. Hope.
Yeah. Am I a doctor? Can I be a doctor? Can I be a doctor? Well, you already a doctor.
When I listen to you, I hate even talk serious because that's this guy's really laid back and smooth. You know, I hate even talk like serious stuff, but, uh, I'm a doctor. I'm a smooth. I'm a doctor.
A doctor smooth. That's why you, you absolutely are. I want to tell you that if I ever met you, I don't know what you look like, but I know you're a doctor smooth and you, if you look like, if you look like you're talking at your conjecture, your, your presentation, if you look at like you talk, you're a smooth character.
I can tell you. Well, thank you, Freddie. I appreciate you. Thank you, man. Well, I'll try to be, I'll try to be a doctor like you. What part of North Carolina you from?
Well, I'm Eastern North Carolina, but, um, actually I'm from Kenston and we have a lot of basketball players that have come from here. You know what I'm saying? Okay. All right. All right. Well, you be cool. Okay.
Don't try. Please. Appreciate that. Yeah. Thank you. Okay.
All right. What you a doctor of a sports and life and the fish and the ocean and the sea. Did I just talk to God?
I don't, I don't think so. Just Dr. Freddie Lee is calling from Pennsylvania. You're on the JR sport reef show.
He doesn't sound like a doctor. What's up Lee? Hey Jr. How you doing?
Very well. All right. Yeah. I just want to say, uh, I've been watching that undisputed for pretty much since it started, but yeah, things like it's been kind of going down and you know, him and Jenny cap bumps in not too long ago. Who he points to Jenny tap.
He was a host of it. Oh, okay. Yeah.
One of the women. Yes. Right. I don't, I don't watch the show. So I don't, I don't know.
Yeah, I've been watching it. She, uh, she just something. He had a skipper said something about Mike McCarthy and his weight. Jenny tried to say, Hey, I didn't appreciate that. And yeah, basically said, I really don't care.
You don't get an opinion. And yeah. So it seems like, I don't know if he's, uh, he just seems like it's kind of getting rough. You know what I mean? He just, uh, maybe he's getting older. I don't know, but he looks like he's slipping. Cause like I said, when they first started, I loved the show and him and uh, Shannon seemed like they had the right combination for each other, but here lately it does.
It just seems like it's getting a little bit more, he told the female moderator on the show. It doesn't matter what you think. You don't get an opinion. Yeah, I can't be exact of it. I can't, like I said, I think this was maybe about a year ago.
I'll pull it up in like 30 seconds. I know exactly what he's talking about there. Yeah. I think he was pregnant at the time too.
Maybe, but I mean, wait, wait, wait. She was like, tell me what, tell me how she just recently had a baby too. So I don't know about anything. Are you TMZ?
You know, everybody's business. No, I'm not TMZ. I just watch that show all the time. I used to, the way my schedule was, I plopped down in there about seven 30 and it was, it used to be first take undisputed the herd. Oh damn.
CBS sports radio. Come on now. Oh yeah. Oh man. I wish they'd bring by Jason Whitlock.
That's who I really am. So JR, I do have that clip that Lee's referring to. It's basically them talking about Mike McCarthy.
Skip kind of alludes to the fact that he doesn't take Mike McCarthy that seriously because of his weight. If you want to hear it. Well, I do. Hey Lee, thank you for calling from PA. Let's listen together. Okay. Yes sir. Thank you. Thank you Lee. Hey, shut up. Let's hear it.
The most inspiring, but criticizing his appearance. I don't know if I think that is a fair shot for Mike McCarthy. I'm going to leave it at that. Chris, Chris, I don't think it is a fair shot. Well, I don't think that's a fair coach as fit as you skip. I don't think that's a fair shot.
I wouldn't want, I said it was a personal preference and I wouldn't want him to be my head coach that have not had the perfect ideal physique, including my college coach. So I don't think that's a fair shot. Okay. And I'm allowed to have an opinion. Yep. I am allowed to say whatever I want to say on this show. As you do too.
Chris Broussard will join us and he ran to Westbrook's comment and maybe I have more to say next. Yes. Yes. Yes. Oh, okay. Well Andy Reed is big as hell and he's a, he's one of the greatest coaches of all time.
What do I know? It's the JR sport re-show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. When we come back, we're going to talk about one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. People are still talking about his exit from Green Bay. You want to talk about Aaron Rogers, even though he's a New York jet and oh yeah, he's already, is it injured? Is he hurt? I, I don't know.
We'll find out. And then there's also, uh, it's also Bill Belichick. There's, there's a lot to do.
Just don't move. The JR sport reef show, CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the JR sport brief on CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the JR sport brief on CBS Sports Radio. I do think you're one of the best people in radio right now, hands down.
I've heard everybody, you got the gift and I appreciate, you know, your intelligence and your honesty. Call in now at eight five five two one two four CBS. It's the JR sport brief show on CBS Sports Radio. NFL teams are still running around OTAs except for Aaron Rogers. His name is still in the news because of a report from two years ago and also because Aaron Rogers still isn't playing because he's dealing with a little bit of a calf injury.
And so at this point, even though he is a New York jet, he's a glorified coach right now. And so a few days ago, Aaron Rogers talked about his leg and this is what he had to say about that calf. I just tweaked my calf and it's good photos there.
Just tweaked my calf in the little pre-practice condition inside. Decided to take it, take a bad day. I don't know. I mean, I don't think it's too serious. Okay. A little humor there from Aaron Rogers.
He's a little happy guy. Season hasn't started yet. They haven't played a game. He hasn't thrown an interception. The New York Jets, they have a record of nothing and nothing.
Zero wins and zero losses. And so Aaron Rogers can make jokes about his calf. Yeah, I look good in green. Yeah, I look good on the sidelines.
Yeah, I look good. That's happy Aaron Rogers. I think we've, over the past few years, we've all heard miserable Aaron Rogers. And so today, why today?
I have no idea. But the athletic decided to publish a report, which is an old report, basically confirming that Aaron Rogers wanted the Packers to fire general manager Guten Kunst when they selected Jordan Love. That he was ready to move on in 2021. That he wanted to be traded and he didn't get what he wanted until right now. And this is almost such a back and forth, even today, between the Packers and Aaron Rogers.
That you would think that this was a teenage love affair. Like I read a quote where it was basically, Aaron Rogers, I'm sure you've heard it by now. Well, Aaron Rogers stopped responding to our messages and he decided to make this decision. And so we had to move forward because we could not wait for his inactivity. And I saw a response from Aaron Rogers in this athletic article where he's just like, well, yeah, if he messaged me in the morning, then I responded to him at night or maybe the next morning. And I'm like, come on now. Like, what are we, what are we doing? Is, are y'all in high school? Like, can, can you blame him? He's like, yeah, I got the message on, on Monday morning.
I didn't respond until Monday night or Tuesday. So do y'all want to work together or not? It's obvious. And Aaron Rogers just had his feelings hurt. What else is new? We knew this already. We, we needed a new report in the athletic to tell us that he was feeling some type of way when they selected Jordan Love.
He said as much. He was on Dan Patrick show. Remember this? And he's like, Oh yeah. When he got drafted, I, I took some extra tequila that night.
Listen to this. I was drinking, I was drinking tequila. I mixed it up a little bit. I liked, I liked scratch bourbon and some sipping tequila that a friend of mine got me on. So it was tequila that night. Did, did the glass get, did you put more in it when the Packers were on the clock or after the Packers were off the clock?
I would say, uh, after probably. Yeah. But I didn't, uh, to my credits, uh, I didn't refill. Oh, okay. Well he's graduated.
Well, I don't know if it's graduating. He's he's yeah, I guess still drinking. Cause you got to drink the ayahuasca.
You got to drink it. So he's drinking tequila. He's drinking ayahuasca.
I heard him reference a couple of Brown liquors there. So yeah, Aaron Rogers likes to like to throw back a couple. Good for him. He's in the right place in New Jersey.
Good for him. And Hey, speaking of throwing back a few happy birthday to the greatest New York Jets quarterback of all time, the only one who's helped lead the team to a championship or the guarantee. We got to go back to 68 talking about Joe Namath, Joe Namath, Broadway Joe turned 80 years old today. I'm pretty sure he's tucked away in bed or maybe he's out having a drink.
I hope not. It's too hot for him to wear a fur coat, but, but happy birthday to Joe Namath. I like Joe Namath had a chance to meet him and his daughter a bunch of years ago. If you want to see, uh, me with, with, uh, Joe Namath, just Instagram, Twitter at JR sport brief, Joe Namath, just, uh, a great guy. Uh, there was that time.
He, he, I think he was over-served on television and he was talking to, uh, Susie Colbert. Yeah. Listen from ESPN. I believe, uh, everything that anyone else has to watch, uh, Chad play impresses me. The same thing.
It presses them. What does it mean to you now? And the team is struggling. I want to kiss you.
I couldn't care less about the team struggling. What we know is we're looking for next season. We're looking to make noise now and I want to kiss you. Oh yeah. Well, here you go. Don't be that, don't be that guy.
Don't drink too much and just, just want to kiss folks. Don't, don't be that guy. I like Joe Namath though. That's my guy. It's the chair of sport free show on CBS sports radio.
Happy 80th birthday to him. 8 5 5 2 1 2 4 CBS. That's 8 5 5 2 1 2 4 CBS. When we come back, we have gone from Aaron Rogers to Joe Namath. There was somebody else in the news today. His name is Bill Belichick. He spoke to the media. Uh, he took some responsibility for some things that have gone wrong here with the Patriots.
And then he was Belichick. You'll hear him on the other side of the break. And then I'll also, we're getting closer to a new top six list where we're going to talk about some athletes who just need to stop talking. It's the chair of sport ratio on CBS sports radio. You're listening to the JR sport brief on CBS sports radio.
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I'm going to be delivering you a new top six list. And tonight we're going to talk about the top six athletes who need to stop talking for a variety of reasons. Someone who stopped talking a long, long time ago, and it's become a bit, it's become a gag or it's just, it's Bill Belichick.
And there's always a reason for him to talk or not say anything. And more recently, Bill Belichick spoke to the media today and he was asked about the new England Patriots losing two OTAs basically because after an investigation, it was found that they were working too damn hard in their off season program, that the players, they were being worked too hard. And this was attributed to Joe judge who was leading a special teams workshop. And so as a result, Patriots, they had two OTAs taken away from by taken away from them by the NFL. And Bill Belichick, he personally was fined $50,000 by the NFL.
No big deal. I guess that means he can't put a extra television in his yacht and the world will continue on. The Patriots will be the Patriots. And Bill Belichick was asked about these workplace violations and it sounded cool. And, and then he started answering the questions about the two OTAs. Listen to this. Situations in the past is resolved when we moved on. So like I said, it was three phase two meetings. I'm responsible for it. So that's it.
Well, he's responsible for it. Okay. They were just meetings. They weren't even practices.
They were, they were just meetings at the team facility. It sounds like, like punishment to me. Right. I don't know.
What's that called? Detention. Do they still do that? Well, I don't, I don't know. I've got no kid in school. Shub, do you know, do you hear about kids still doing detention?
Does anybody know? So they call it, so they call it in school suspension is a more harsh way of doing that. There's no such thing as detention anymore because there is no way teachers nowadays want to stay after given what limited resources they already have to work with. So what's the difference? They gave it a different name. It's the same thing.
You, somebody got to stay. It's the same thing with, no, you don't. So in other words, teachers don't stay after school anymore.
They'll, what they'll do is instead of detention, kids will be removed from class and they'll have to be silent in a room and basically they just have to do the schoolwork the whole time and there's no socialization basically in the daytime. Yeah. I mean, that was my experience when I was teaching. Oh, I thought you were going to say this was your experience.
They did this to you. Okay. No, I mean, I'm in my mid to late thirties at this point where you and I, you and I had detention growing up. That's the thing of the past. Oh, I didn't have no, not me.
No, I mean we, we, we were, we were privy to it. Okay. Yes. Sure.
Yes. Well, what you just described, they make the kids in a daytime sitting in a room that sounds like solitary confinement. Or they should just listen to Bill Belichick press conferences.
That's a punishment in itself. Between him and, and, and Joe Missoula. Well, let's continue on with Belichick then. He was asked about DeAndre Hopkins. This is what Belichick had to say about that.
Yeah, I'm not going to comment on players that aren't on this team. Oh, thanks Bill. Well, if you thought he sounded short, curt or miserable and just listen to this one. I don't even know what that means, but whatever.
I don't know what anything means. I hear more camera clicking than Bill Belichick. Maybe, maybe Joe Missoula should stop watching Bill Belichick press conferences.
I don't know. I remember after that game four, he was very Belichickian in his responses. Listen to Joe Missoula. I think he's trying to be like Belichick.
Maybe. Listen to this crap. Just a connection of togetherness and awareness, a perspective, understanding, um, situation that we're in.
You don't really have a choice to do or die. So you got to stick together. Oh, well that was, that was, that was real short. Well, anyway, Joe Missoula, what a guy. Yeah. Stay, stay away from, uh, Belichick. I wouldn't, I wouldn't follow in that guy's footsteps.
Not when it comes to talking to the media. 8-5-5-2-1-2-4 CBS. That's 8-5-5-2-1-2-4 CBS. Bob is calling from Wisconsin. You're on the JR Sport Brief Show. What's up, Bob? Hey, JR. How's it going, man?
Very well. Are you in like the fifth dimension? Where you at?
I'm over in my garage and stuff and listening to you on the radio, working on my car a little bit. And he came up with this thing about Joe Naaman. And who doesn't want to be that guy?
I do. I mean, he was one of the coolest, most, I mean, he was smooth. He was great. Back in the day, he was the probably the only guy that could go walking around and stockings, sporting a fur coat. I mean, come on, and women all over him and everything. He made Mr. Coffee, Mr. Coffee. And the dude and so he has a few pops in him and he gets a little bit. I don't care, man. He is the man. Have you ever wore stockings and a fur coat? No, I can't say I have.
But I don't have that kind of cash and that kind of bling and that kind of look. Oh, well, he got away with it. He was wearing stockings and then he's wearing fur coats. And yeah, he was. Yep. Yeah. Between him and Walt Claude Frazier, those were interesting style choices.
Still, you know, it turned out throughout the years that other people, you know, evolved into that and it went that way. But I still think that he is one of the best icons that you know, he is smooth. He is. Well, let me tell you something, Bob.
If Marv Albert was wearing stockings is never too late for you either. Okay. All right. I'll catch it. See ya. Bob didn't want to say nothing else after that one.
Yeah, a lot of people don't remember that. Hey, do yourself a favor. Do not Google what I just told you to.
Or anyway, just drive safe. Hey, let's go to Chris from Buffalo. You're on CBS Sports Radio. What's up, Chris? Hey, JR. I think this is awesome with the comments about Skip Bayless and you were just making reference to talking crap.
If you really, it's about time this guy really got exposed. It's too long for your show. It's about a 12-minute bit. But if you go to YouTube and look up Mark Cuban's school Skip Bayless, he was on after a game when LeBron was playing Dallas in the finals. And Skip Bayless was talking all the vagaries where LeBron didn't want it enough.
And, and skip it. And Mark Cuban finally just said, you're just talking out of your box. Do you have any idea what defenses we were playing or do you know what we were doing? And Bayless tried to, you know, make it sound like he knew what was going on. And for like three minutes, Mark Cuban just told him, well, we were doing this defense on him. And actually LeBron made the perfect play every time and had nothing to do with him.
Not wanting it as much. And they pan over to the corner and Steven A's leaning back and he's got his hand over his mouth and he was barely holding it together. And if you want to see Skip Bayless looking like a fool, that's what you do.
It's the best video ever because he's an absolute buffoon. All right. Well, thank you, Chris, for calling from Buffalo. He's, he's highly paid. He don't care. I mean, you think he, you think he goes home and he cares?
No. Well, you know what? Eventually you get, you get, you know, pointed out for the fool that you are. I think it's funny this comes on the heels after talking about Belichick being a Buffalo fan. I've had to deal with that nonsense for a long time. So you got, you got the double for me tonight.
Thank you. You got a, you got a couple of games with Belichick coming up this season. So get ready for it. Okay, Chris. Yeah. I mean, I think that's going to be sweet for us. Oh, well, yeah.
I mean, well, if Mack, well, it depends on what they, what they're doing. Hey Chris, good luck to you guys. Okay. Thank you, JR. Have a great night.
No doubt. Hey, let's, let's stay close. Let's go to Canada though. Let's talk to Jay. He's calling from Toronto. What's up, Jay? How you doing there, JR? I'm okay. What's up?
Not much, man. First of all, I just wanted to say that, that Bill Belichick little interview piece that you were playing before that almost put me to sleep. So he's one of the most boring people in sports, but he's a winner.
So I'll give him a little bit of respect for that. But the main reason of my call is, I just wanted to get your opinion on Jamal Murray and because he's a good old Canadian kid here from Kitchener, Ontario, which is like 30 minutes from Toronto. I just wanted to get your opinion on him and his really brilliant playoff performance so far. And I also wanted to get your opinion on who maybe the Raptors should hire for their next head coaching job. I'll let you speak and thank you for taking my call tonight.
Well, sure, Jay, thank you for calling from Toronto. When it comes to the Raptors, who should be their next head coach? I don't know, man. I don't think it matters. I don't want to say I don't think it matters, but it doesn't because it's the Raptors.
Well, hey, let me, let me give you an answer. They need to bring somebody on who can, who's going to be there for the long run. What are the Toronto Raptors right now?
Pascal Siakam? Is that what the Raptors are? They're going to, they're going to stick around with him. It's not like, oh, we need to bring in a veteran coach to get us over the hump. It's not like, oh man, we need a young coach to grow with us. I don't know what the Raptors are doing.
It's like they're stuck between a rock and a hard place. Fred Van Vliet is, is, is pretty much available to go wherever the hell he wants. Scotty Barnes, is, is he what he is? I'm sure he's going to get better, but he hasn't gotten better fast enough. And so I don't know what type of coach they can bring in.
I don't think it matters until they upgrade the talent or at least say, we want to blow this up or try to compete. And then what do I think about Jamal Murray? I'm not shocked. I love watching him. He's a scorer. He's damn good. He just got hurt and he missed a whole year and now the world is getting a chance to see what he's doing. I remember really watching him and Gary Harris and it's just like, well, who's going to be the guy and who's going to be the guy. Well, we, we see who won out and the other dude, he's in Orlando right now. So good on Jamal Murray. He's, he can just light it up easy. It's the JR sport reef show here with you on CBS sports radio.
I'm going to tell you what's easy. You just heard from Belichick. Doesn't like to talk. We've heard and talked about Shannon Sharp leaving undisputed with Skip Bayless. We heard from Joe Missoula. When we come back on the other side, I'm going to give you a top six list of athletes who need absolutely need to stop talking for a variety of reasons. I got that list coming for you on the other side. You don't want to miss it.
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