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Who will be returning to the Carolina Hurricanes this offseason?

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Who will be returning to the Carolina Hurricanes this offseason?

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June 10, 2022 2:47 pm

Luke DeCock of the News & Observer joined Adam Gold to discuss the upcoming offseason for the Carolina Hurricanes, including Vincent Trocheck, Martin Necas, and others.

Also, sports betting picks for the weekend by Adam & Dennis.

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This is the Adam Gold Show. We threw out these four options for you. You can decide that we should do one of these or go somewhere else. That's the advantage you have.

If you think you're the only vote, by all means, you can call and set the agenda yourself. The choices were Billionaires Club. According to Forbes magazine, Tiger Woods is also a billionaire in sports. LeBron James is a billionaire. Michael Jordan. We don't have a lot of sports billionaires. We have people who own sports who become billionaires.

Jordan, of course, is in several sports now. Not only the owner of the Charlotte Hornets, but he's got a race team in NASCAR. He's a big fisherman guy. Yeah, a boat at the big rock. He does have a boat at the big rock.

We have Billionaires Club. We have the NBA Finals Game 4, which is bringing up the rear. Bolts go for three straight. By the way, did you see the Rangers fan sucker punch? See the video of that? No. Lighting fan walking out of MSG last night? No. Rangers fans doing that? No, I don't believe it. Shocking?

I believe someone was faking being a Rangers fan to do such thing. Shocking, I agree. Apparently facing six criminal charges. Oh, okay. Hey, look. That's trouble.

Is Tony La Russa too old? Oh, I just saw the hit. Oh, yeah. See, that's quality punch, right? Yeah.

That lightning fan out cold probably was halfway there anyway, judging by the way that person was walking. But still, you can't cold-cock somebody like that. But I believe that's... I mean, a crime was committed.

Yeah. A legit crime was committed. Whether jail time will follow for something like that, I don't know.

I don't know how it's going to work. But that was a criminal act. I mean, it's assault, all of that. There was a criminal act, sort of, a hockey criminal act, nearly committed by Jacob Truba.

I'm going to self-edit here. Did you see the Truba? Yeah. Attempted elbow to Andre Palazzo in the third quarter? Oh, yeah. Third quarter.

Jeez, what a dope. Third period? It was the third inning. Top of the third. It was bottom of the third, actually. Oh, it was the bottom of the third?

Yeah, it was definitely the bottom of the third. My gosh, excuse me. What an idiot.

I just can't. Anyway... That's going on the rewind. That is absolutely going on the rewind. Here's the thing. If you're Jacob Truba... First of all, not if you're Jacob Truba. We know what Jacob Truba was about. Yeah. We knew what he was about with the Max Domi hit. And all the freaking apologizing by NHL people. Well, you know, Domi's going down.

Man, look at the freaking video. Domi's head level never changes. Jacob Truba, because the target was put on Max Domi's back by Max Domi at the end of Game 3.

All of these things are true. Max Domi did something stupid at the end of Game 3. He went after Ryan Lindgren, he cross-checked him in the back.

Like, no need for that. I totally agree with Gerard Gallant after the game. So, Max Domi's got a target, and Jacob Truba took the opportunity to pay Max Domi back, lined him up, and did exactly what he intended to do. Exactly what he intended. He launched into Max Domi, and all of that finished through the head. Was point of contact necessarily to the head?

No. But it was pretty close, and he finished through the head. And he lined him up. It was obvious. But the Hurricanes ended up short-handed there, because Stephen Lawrence came in and was given the instigator penalty.

Meanwhile, Jacob Truba also cross-checked Lawrence in the face. That was not called. You wish they were better. You wish the officials were better.

They weren't. But the bottom line is, Jacob Truba is a dirty player. And we talked to Ken Danico, three-time Stanley Cup champion from the New Jersey Devils, now with the NHL Network, and he says Jacob Truba is the best in the NHL in making the guilty look innocent. Best in the NHL at it.

And I agree. Truba's always been that player. Did it to Sidney Crosby. Did it to Max Domi.

I actually said this during the playoffs. I thought this hit on Seth Jarvis was legit. I did not think that hit was bad.

I didn't. And of course, I understand Kane's Twitter losing their minds when I said I thought the hit was fine. I've spoken to people within the Hurricanes organization, all agree.

It was fine. Can't do anything about that. That's part of hockey. But Truba tried to get Andre Palat yesterday. Palat just ducked it. His head was up and he saw it coming and he went under it. But the NHL won't do anything because Truba didn't actually make contact.

And you can't get somebody on an attempted penalty, although you should. Anyway, that was my, by the way, Tampa's great and I think they'll close it out tomorrow in game six at home. Is Tony La Russa too old? That was our winner, Dennis. I mean, the answer is yes.

Yeah, that's the answer. Why was Tony La Russa hired by the White Sox? Why was he even hired? So, look, this doesn't have to be about walking Trey Turner in a one-two count with the first base open in the sixth inning of a game you trailed by one. It doesn't have to be about that. And I said this earlier, it wasn't the worst thing I've ever seen. It just wasn't. It wasn't the worst thing I've ever seen in baseball. I mean, I think it's not the right play, but I also don't think it's necessarily egregiously bad.

I mean, I said this earlier, if I were La Russa, I wouldn't go up there saying one-two in the count, blah, blah, blah. I would simply say Max Muncy's hitting 160. Trey Turner's hitting 300. I've got a base open and another run in scoring position. I'm going to take my chances with a 160 hitter.

That would be the better answer. Going to one-two count and blah, we left it. Nah, man, don't do that.

Don't do that. Right? But just saying, I mean, Trey Turner's the reigning batting champion in the National League and he's hitting 300. That would have been a much better answer for Tony La Russa. But the answer to the question, is Tony La Russa too old? Yes. That's the answer. My big thing is that we've taken the nuance of baseball out.

It's gone. In terms of everything's just determined by a number now. What's the point of even having a manager if we're just going to look at a spreadsheet and determine what you're going to do next? For example, when the Rays and the Dodgers are playing in the World Series, you have your best pitcher on the mound in a must-win game. But analytics told you, no, I've got to go to my bullpen. No, that's my best pitcher. I want him having the ball. For taking Blake Snell out, right?

Yeah, for Blake Snell. But here's my thing. You're 100 percent right. But here's my thing, is that whatever happened to, I have a one-two count on a hitter. Like, okay, he's hitting 300.

Okay, great. I still have a 70 percent chance of getting the dude out. What's a greater odd?

I'd get Muncie, whatever. No, you have a one-two count on a guy. Don't intentionally walk. Again, analytics are just taking over the game to the point where there is no more game. You are absolutely correct about this because here's the better play.

This is where you lose fans. Again, I don't think it's the right play. To me, the mistake Tony La Russa really made was making it about he's this with a one-two count, all of that, right? Because putting the guy on is not my move. You know what the move is?

Oh, it's a one-two count. I have first base open. My pitcher does not have to make a pitch that you can hit. I can throw three more balls out of the strike zone and try to get you to chase a bad pitch and get yourself out.

That's what I can do. Tony La Russa apparently didn't trust his pitcher to do that, so he put him up there against a guy who could hit one out the other way. Again, Max Muncie, career-wise, better against left-handed pitching than right-handed pitching. I'm sure that's somewhere on Tony La Russa's spreadsheet. But maybe it was in fine print and he didn't have his reading glasses because he's a billion years old. Yeah. I don't know. My whole thing is you have a one-two count on the guy. Go get him out. Right. And again, first base open gives you the luxury of not having to throw a pitch in the strike zone to get him out. And again, we look at analytics, and analytics have hurt baseball more than they have helped baseball. Analytics have given us, oh, home runs are way better than singles, which they are. But always going for the home run has given us home runs, strikeouts, and walks, the three true outcome game that we have now. So we have lower batting averages. We have fewer balls put in play. The game's slower. It's no good. With base running, nobody puts stress on a pitcher or defense right now to open up a gap between the first baseman and the second baseman for a hit through.

No one does that anymore. The game's just ruined, in my opinion. And this is where baseball is going to die out and continue to fizzle out because of this. Well, it's not going to fizzle out.

I think it will. But I'm serious. Look at the fan base for baseball.

It's older. Exactly. You're not building any sort of young fan base because this is what your game has become. We'll see if that continues. I actually think that we're going to start seeing more and more.

I think we already are starting to see more and more young people who are into it based on some of the athletes that we now have in the game. But one thing analytics have given us, which is good for baseball, less bunting. I disagree. What, you like bunting? Why not? It leads to fewer runs. You like fewer runs? You into fewer runs?

I like nuance and strategy in the game. Again, there are times where the bunt is acceptable. I'm not even going to say the right move, like the sacrifice bunt I'm talking about. Not bunting for a base hit or suicide squeeze. A suicide squeeze. Give me that all day. Those are fun.

Those are great. Fun plays. More fun plays. A sacrifice bunt, there's nothing fun about a sacrifice bunt. In fact, East Carolina's sacrifice bunted in the first inning did not score as a result. Nobody out, man, on first sacrifice bunt. You already got three runs in. I can't. I just can't.

I would not bat if my coach told me to do that. I'm sorry. You can have this. I'm out. You can have this. All right. Luke DeCock's going to join us from the NNO. We do this every Friday. Next.

Thank you very much. How can that actually come back and bite me? Well, because, and this is a thing that we, it's a mirage. You see mirages.

I've written in the desert before. You see what's water ahead, but it's not there. Well, your financial mirage is thinking that that total balance in your 401k or your IRA is yours. We have two people that want to get ahold of it. Two uncles.

Uncle North Carolina and Uncle Sam. Right. Both of them are going to do some damage to that balance, depending on what kind of other income you have. You could lose 40% of your value.

So if you're looking at a million dollar IRA, maybe it's only worth $600,000 to you. So how do we get around this? Well, you don't get around it because you end up in jail if you try to do that. But you can do tax planning to minimize the effect of taxation into the future. The tax train is coming at them.

We need to make sure to minimize the effect of the derailment of our financial accounts. And for the next 10 people, we'll do it at no cost or obligation and put together your very own tax and retirement plan. 800-661-7383 or text ADAM to 21000 for Coach Pete DeRuta. My friend from the News & Observer, columnist, reporter extraordinaire, Luke DeCock, who joins us every Friday. No agenda today. We don't have any games to cover.

We're not just off of the end of our season. But we are going to talk about the games here. So I'll ask you the question we put on Twitter. Is Tony La Russa too old, Luke? Yeah. See, that's the right answer, too. We don't even need to know for what.

We just need to know. No, I'm too old for... Yes, too old for... Not too old to retire. No, he's the perfect age. He might be... Well, he's not too young to retire. He's beyond... He's past his sell-by date.

I don't know. Tony decided to walk Trey Turner. I just thought his answer had to be... He didn't have to be condescending about it. And I think that's where a guy like Tony La Russa kind of goes off the rails is when he insists that he's smarter than everybody. And I don't think there's anything in his sort of whatever we're calling this third career that indicates he's smarter than anyone these days. I mean, maybe in 1986, he had things figured out that no one else did, but I'm not sure in 2022.

I don't know. It's not 1983, Adam. Let's put it that way.

They're not winning ugly. No, he doesn't have Ron Kittle to run out there anymore. Yeah, he just doesn't have those guys. Look, he was better when he had, you know, Maguire.

He's very pro-Maguire. When he had Maguire and Sosa or Kenseko and all of those guys in Oakland and the great pitching staff. He was much better when he had that Eckersley out of the bullpen. He was good in St. Louis.

Yeah, I mean, it's not the same. The White Sox were better before he got there. How did we end up on a Tony La Russa tangent? Because I asked you if he was too old.

Because I was just talking about Tony La Russa. I had a very short answer for that and we've managed to get to that. That's my fault. Not at all what I was prepared to talk to you about today.

All right. Let's get to ice real quick. We had exit meetings last week and this guy said this and they want to return. Everybody wants to return. Hurricanes have 10 free agents.

Unrestricted, restricted. There are really four major ones. Tony D'Angelo, Martin Neches, Vincent Trojcek, Nino Niederreiter. If we wanted to throw a fifth one in there and say Ethan Bear, I don't think he's major. But of those first four, how many do you think are back and what do you think the number is?

I think two. I think two are back and I'll tell you, I think Trojcek's gone. I think he's going after the brass ring and that's fine. You know, the Hurricanes made the offer sheet for Yasperi Kokiemi with the theory that he would eventually be a top six center. I don't know that he's ready yet, but you can either do a stopgap fill of the Trojcek hole or roll the dice with Kokiemi and hope he's ready to take a huge leap forward.

The other one is Tony D'Angelo. It's been such a good fit for him here. He's got a really, really weird arbitration case. I don't think he has nearly as much leverage as people think he does. Just because of it would be an absolute gong show of an arbitration hearing with a guy who was bought out and all that.

All those things that delivered him here. So I think it would be smart for both Tony and the Hurricanes to find a deal that keeps them out of arbitration. I think in arbitration, the Hurricanes come out smelling like a rose because there's nobody you can compare him to given his up and down history. So I think he has less leverage than most people do.

So that's one and one. I think Nino will be back. I think what he did with Jordan Stahl and Jesper Vost, he may not be the goal scorer he was earlier in his career, but I think he's established that he can be a legit two-way forward who's got some size. Obviously, he did not score in the playoffs.

Not many people did, but he's capable of getting hot. And I think probably the question there, as you and I have talked about in the past, is it going to end up being term and sort of, can you get a deal that doesn't box you into a corner? I think two years maybe for Niederreiter at a reasonable price makes sense for him, makes sense for the Hurricanes if he's willing at this point in his career to transition into sort of from a top six to a top nine role. And then Marty Neches, the things he said publicly coming out of the exit interview that he didn't feel he and Rod Brind'emore were on the same page and he wants to play center.

Like, what plan is this guy living on? Rod Brind'emore gave him enough rope to leash up a team of oxen. I mean, it was insane. No other coach in the league would have still had Marty Neches on the power play during the Rangers series. Not a single other coach in the league. And then to come out and say that you want to play center when you're barely doing your job at wing, you haven't earned that. This is a guy who, yes, we pick on Marty Neches because his upside is ceiling is so high, but I feel like we reached the point with him and maybe we had before this season where it's time for a change of scenery because I just don't know that it's going to work for him here as we didn't see any of the moments in the playoffs that we saw last year against Nashville, where he was going to, he took over not even a game or a period, but took over a sequence and changed the game. He was a complete non-factor in the postseason.

Just an udder and just a 0.0, the Blutowski of forwards in the playoffs. Now, the flip side on this is he's probably got more, despite his disappointing season, he's probably got more trade value than he did a year ago because his case for a new contract is so weak now. Like he basically took care, like if the hurricanes want to keep them, that's fine.

That's their decision. I wouldn't do it, but obviously I'm not the GM and I shouldn't be. They can get Marty Neches signed for a price that is not what they were preparing to pay him a year ago. That is also going to make him attractive to other teams because he's not going to come at the price, quite frankly, that a guy who was drafted where he was should be at this point in his career. He's not there as a player. He's not going to be there as a contract either. So that's why I got a two and two out of the four guys you mentioned.

I agree also on two and two, but I disagree with one of them. I actually don't think Nino or Trojcek will be back. It would be great if Nino, Trojcek definitely not, but if Nino would were to accept like a, you know, eight and a half over two, then yeah, but I don't know. Nino is probably going to get a little bit more than that on the open market is just a guess.

Maybe he won't. And if that's the case, if he comes back on a cheap two-year deal, then that would be great. I actually think that Neches, I don't know what kind of value he has as a one as a stand-alone in a deal. Like I don't think they can get a first-round pick in return for him.

Not a good one. So and I think that if you're going to use him, you either have to use him as part of a deal to bring back something significant or you're hoping to recoup a first-round pick. And I don't know that either is, you have to throw in a lot more with Neches to get something significant back. My understanding is that first of all, I tried to sign him in the off, last offseason, offered him a pretty good deal.

He wanted to roll the dice and shoot for the moon, what Smetchnikov was getting, and it obviously did not work. I like Neches maybe on a two-year deal that maybe pays him an average of about three, three and a half. And I think that maybe the comfort of having two years gets you more in Neches. And they could just let him play center in the preseason. They know he can be a good wing. Just play him at center in the preseason and let him show what he can do. And if he can play center, then they have options. Then they can put him as a second-line center. And play Kokaniemi as a third and play Stahl as a fourth. But I also think that Jack Drury is going to be part of this mix anyway.

DeAngelo, I think Tony will be back. And I think the number will be less than people would expect for somebody who was at about 0.8 points per game this year. And actually was almost at one point per game for a good chunk of it until the last month or so when Tony didn't really have a good April.

He had a good series against Boston, didn't have a good series against the Rangers. And then we'd have somebody to be mad at if Martine Neches is back. Well, my feeling on Neches is yes. The problem of will we have an issue with Neches' salary solved itself.

He bet on himself and lost. But I just feel like if Martine Neches was going to be the player that we've seen flashes of consistently, if he was going to be a top-six center, if he was going to be a top-six goal-scoring winger, we would have seen it in his contract year. That was the time for him to take a huge leap forward. We didn't see a good year for Andre. In Andre's contract year, we didn't see a good year.

Yeah, but he had less time in the league. This is a player Martine Neches has been given every opportunity. I just don't see it at this point.

Maybe I'm wrong. I think there's issues to discuss with Sveshnikov and Aho and what is their ceiling for real. I think we all know what Martine Neches' ceiling is.

I just don't know at this point that he's ever going to get there. Let me ask you, I know you're a horse racing guy. The Belmont, we did not have the Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike in the Preakness. I actually don't even know who won the Preakness, which is sad, but once Rich Strike wasn't running it, I wasn't paying attention. I have a pick for the Belmont, but I want to hear what you have to think about the Belmont. Rich Strike seems like it would be a great pick with the way he closed the Derby, shot out of a can in the last furlong. Who do you like at Belmont Park? I like Barbara Road. I did have early voting in the Preakness.

My brother and I, we hit the public attack on that. But obviously, nobody who has any idea what they're talking about had Rich Strike in the Derby. Barbara Road, I like the way he's training. I think he's got a decent running style for this race.

I have some concerns about whether the pace will fit him, but at 10 to 1, which he was at one point, I haven't seen what it's going down to today. Some of the horses that are taking money, Rich Strike, We The People, I'm not as big a fan of. I think Barbara Road is a pretty good value and a pretty good horse. We The People, just for current events, is a great horse. No? If you're picking horses based on names, that's a good one.

Is there a better way? Heck, if you were picking the Derby based on names, you might have landed on Rich Strike. Early voting on the Preakness, also very topical.

I like Barbara Road. I think that's where I would go in the bell mind if I were a gambling man, which of course I am not. Final thing. Duke ahead of the curve when it comes to hiring essentially a general manager, a manager of NIL for their basketball players. John Shire, this recruiting is certainly not an issue. They seem to be ahead of the game when it comes to these types of things.

Yeah, yes and no. I think, yes, they're ahead of the game on where things are going. They have a good sense of that. I mean, part of that, I think, is when you're talking to the top of the top elite level recruits on a daily basis, you get a sense of what they're thinking.

And so you can adjust your strategy accordingly. I'm sure that's true for Kentucky and UNC in Kansas as well, that you really can have a finger on the pulse of what those recruits are thinking, what that generation is thinking. And in Duke's case, being a private school, unlike those other schools I mentioned, they can go and act on it right away. It's not a state employee position.

You can create any job you want. So the flip side is, as we get deeper into the NIL era and we get into collectives and things like that, you know, I think there's another, Duke has sort of been able to elide the philosophical question of do these one-and-dones fit with the ethos of an elite academic institution? Does having athletes who are not necessarily on a degree track, although certainly some of them have come back and gotten their degrees, you know, does that fit what we want to do as an institution? I think NIL for schools like Duke, Stanford, Northwestern, maybe Notre Dame, you have to ask yourselves, is this why we are participating in college athletics? I think that's going to be more of an issue for schools like Duke and Stanford and other sort of academically-oriented FBS schools than it would be for, you know, a big state school, a Michigan or whatever.

Well, I was going to say, how is it different? I mean, Michigan's a great school. Carolina's a great school.

Virginia's a great school. They happen to be state institutions. How is it any different?

They're bigger, for one thing. And the competitive athletics is more of a revenue driver. I think when you get to the mission of these academic institutions that think of themselves as academic institutions first and foremost, not as land-grant institutions, not as state flagship universities, there becomes a sort of question of, is this why we got into this? You know, and look, I'm 100% pro-NIL. You know that.

We've talked about it. I think it's great that even though the implementation has been weird, I think it's great that players are getting a piece of this pie and they should have years ago. But I do think when you get into the question of what is college athletics supposed to be, and the NCAA has lost control of that entire discussion, I think there are people on the academic side who may raise a hand at some point. I think Duke's one of the schools where that could happen. That could happen and should happen from the academic side everywhere because nobody, heck, Luke, we don't have to go back that far. 20 years ago, 22 years ago, the ACC doled out $9 million in shared revenue to their then nine member institutions.

In 2000, the number was $9 million per school. That was tops. That was ahead of the SEC.

Nobody foresaw this is where we would be. If we were still at a normal level where it wasn't a billion-dollar industry, we probably wouldn't be having any of these conversations because it would be more along the lines of college sports. But it's not. These are now all feeder systems for the pros and their major moneymakers. Everything is just different. It just has to be looked at differently. That's what I think.

It's the live tour. Have you watched? Did you go online and watch any of it?

Oh, God, no. I have zero interest in watching a bunch of- I watched about 30 minutes of it yesterday. It looked like golf to me.

It just didn't look any different. I'm not any kind of PGA Tour loyalist, but I'm so anti-live tour, Newcastle United, all of this sports washing stuff. As far as I'm concerned, the great thing about it is the nonsense that comes out of people like Phil. I don't hate Bryson as much as some people do. Patrick Reed's wife on Twitter, all that stuff.

You can compartmentalize it, put it over there, it's fine. I think what Graham McDowell said was unconscionable. Some of what these golfers have said, reading the talking points, is grotesque and sick. The inability to process where the money is coming from and try to pretend that it's otherwise.

But you know what? Pro golfers, a lot of them, not all of them, a lot of them, they're greedy. A lot of people are greedy. If money is what really matters to you, then go crazy.

Go with it. It's not how I would approach it. I think the PGA Tour, like we talked about last week, needs to change in response, but I think to a certain extent, that's probably long overdue. And you need to create more guaranteed money. You need to create more of a softer landing for guys at the top while still creating that ladder to get from the Corn Fairy Tour to the Fed Ex Cup playoffs. You can do all that without destroying the tour.

You just kind of have to break away from some of the things that have been in place for a long time. I think the PGA Tour can do that. And as you and I have talked about, these guys on the live tour, they're not getting world golf ranking points. Next summer, when they got to go to Rockville and sectional qualify for the opening or go to Aberdeen to qualify for the British, they're going to have a hard time.

It's good for the guys who have already established and already done their thing, but it's not good for the up-and-comer, except financially, which maybe that's all they care about. Luke DeCock of the News & Observer, I appreciate your time. Talk to you next Friday, sir. All right, man.

Good to talk to you. anniversary, wherever you get your podcast. That's where L he just went yards.

It wasn't where L before it is now 72 Pirates there in the fifth inning. Here you go. They're having a good old time in Greenville. So you're on a heater. I am.

What are you? You are almost you're almost into the black compared to where I was. Yes. Well, here's the thing. I've actually over the last week have gone about plus 700.

Yeah, absolutely. You're you're completely on fire. All right, sir. Let's place bets. I am at plus 229 95. You're at minus 1740.

It's still way better than you were. So let's go. Place your bets. Place your bets. I bet you slice into the woods a hundred bucks. Gambling is illegal with Bushwood, sir, and I never slide. Okay, you can hold me.

All right. Give me your lacrosse bet. Oh, you're getting a couple of them. I'm sure we are. Because sure we are tonight. Give me the chrome over the Redwoods with a win. Redwoods have some injuries. What are you?

What are you hammering my guy? Nikai Montgomery. I look I look trust me. I like Nikai. I like I like Miles Jones, but too many injuries on defense. Couple other midfielders out, including Sergio Perkovich, Anthony DiMeo. Those guys are out.

John Sexton's out on defense. Give me the chrome over the Redwoods and parlay that archers over. Actually, I forget the other archers are playing today. I missed that one up, but give me the archers as well with the win today over the chaos. Actually miss wrote that archers over chaos plus 265.

Okay, so it's archers over chaos Chrome over Redwood Redwood. Yes. I'll be there tonight. Plus. Oh, it's right. You're headed down, right? You're headed down for that.

So you'll know right away. Plus 265. Excellent. All right. Uefa Nations League because every day I have to do it have to do it man. What a grudge match. This is I Ireland Scotland.

Oh, Ireland, Scotland. What a grudge match. Let me a draw at plus 190. Okay. All right, second one.

I have here. Yeah, PLL tomorrow in Charlotte. I won't be there for either of these games.

How come I have something in tomorrow evening back here in Raleigh. So I can't can't stay for both. Give me the Atlas and the cannons going over twenty four and a half.

Okay, right over twenty four and a half. And give me the whip snakes minus one and a half goals against the water dogs plus 271. I like Atlas and cannons. That's a very interesting matchups whip snakes and water dogs. I think are the same thing. Don't far from it. I think they're the same far from it. I could be wrong.

They just whip snake sounds like something that lives in water. Okay, and that's what a water dog is. All right, so I don't know. Okay, you all I'll take your word for it. Just mark down wins now. I will not be able to fact check.

I will not be able to tell you any different. All right, I've got tomorrow's hockey game. Tampa Bay is going to wrap this sucker up. I'm tempted to go as far as to pick a final score of nothing, but I'm not going to do that. I'm just going to take Tampa minus a goal and a half at plus 155. Okay, Tampa minus a goal and a half plus 155.

I don't hate that bet. All right UFC 275 this weekend flyweight championship in the women's division Valentina Shevchenko. Give me a win by TKO knockout or DQ for Shevchenko plus 180 against Talia Santo. Isn't this the same fight that happened the last three weeks? No same fight. I mean, I did pick someone last week to win by you pick a UFC fight and basically every Friday.

Yeah, then I've won a majority of them didn't Shevchenko just fight. No, no, no, they don't fight every week. No, okay. Goodness. I think they should wow.

I think they should fight every week. All right. Give me Steph Curry to have a double-double tonight. Okay, Steph Curry double-double at plus 800 Wow. Okay.

Yeah. I mean, I'm I'm hoping that he'll get a lot of assists tonight. I think I think Boston still winning. I wonder what the odds are for dream on green to have double-digit points not get plus 18,000.

Might be worth probably what they are. This is the Adam Gold show. June 19th, 2006, but it all started May 6, 1997 with the announcement that the Hartford Whalers were coming to North Carolina.

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