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From the Elser Hotel in Downtown Miami, Dan Le Batard, Stugotz and company share their unique perspectives on all-things sports, pop-culture and more. This is the place for original content from Le Batard and Stugotz, including the daily “Local Hour” generally focusing on the South Florida scene, the Big Suey, and a few more surprises along the way.

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To wrap up the show, we touch on Chael Sonnen saying that Conor McGregor had to withdraw from UFC 303 because he is in rehab. We also get to an image of Landon Donovan circling the internet following a hair transplant, and Greg Cote can't get his atrocities right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Florida Panthers reportedly canceled on Jason Taylor in order for Jack Nicklaus to bang the drum tonight. Was that the right decision? This sparks a debate in the room... Drive for your life: Jack Nicklaus at 84 years old or Chris Cote? Then, Netflix is a winner all of a sudden as the streaming wars continue to dominate the future of television. Plus, Greg's neighborhood parking situation, Against the Spread, and a compromise on the "McOverrated" billboard in Edmonton. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Schur has been mysteriously missing from this show for a while, but he happened to be on our show schedule for the day after his Boston Celtics won banner No. 18. After he explains the confidence the Celtics group chat felt all year and how Boston fandom works these days, he delivers his June Observations in order to roast our crew and tell Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, Mike Ryan, Coach Spo, Jeremy Taché, and all of Heat Culture to go to hell. Then, we steal a segment from The Greg Cote Show and launch a new clapping competition on the Dan Le Batard Show. Does everyone need a 5-pack in order to have the loudest possible clap? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"Crying in the Press Box: the Charlotte Wilder Story" coming to bookstores near you. Charlotte Wilder joins the show after her Celtics added another Championship banner last night. She shares the emotions she felt watching her team win, her "I told you so," and how Boston fandom works before drinking Heat tears. Then, Mark "The Messiah" Messier joins us with his Elbo Room hat to explain why Greg Cote's "McOverrated" take is wrong, the most fun he ever had in a season, and to play a game of Penalty Shot for Your Life with a shocking result. He also debunks some old rumors from a title celebration with the Cup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's cast: Dan, Stugotz, Greg Cote, Chris, Billy, Mike, and Roy. The Boston Celtics won their first Championship in 16 years last night, so we're forced to start in the only place we can: Greg Cote's mustache and Mike Ryan's fury that Dan wants to put up McOverrated billboards in Edmonton. Then, the crew finally discusses the Celtics overwhelming dominance en route to their title including why Al Horford should have won the sentimental MVP, Mike's remaining questions about Jayson Tatum, the Celtics decision to party in Miami, and how the Boston media manipulated the Blazers into gifting the Celtics Jrue Holiday. As you can tell, this show is not bitter AT ALL about the Celtics victory. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jessica wants a pair of Crocs after Brooke Shields' outfit choice at the Tony Awards last night. The show gets into the epic final round of the U.S. Open and Chris doesn't understand why fans were chanting "U-S-A" after Rory McIlroy missed a clutch putt. Also, a little too much feet talk for some reason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We kick things off with Stugotz's Weekend Observations including a Draisaitl jungle, Top 5 Cups, a lie about Roy, the dash before the derby, and Top 5 Athletes Whose Names Connote Things We Do On Father's Day. Then, a soccer player died, came back to life and scored a goal, but Stugotz still doesn't care about the sport, so Billy and Jess continue their plot to ruin Tom Brady's future Hall of Fame induction. Also, you have to hear Snoop Dogg and Paul O'Neil discussing Elly De La Cruz. Plus, Roy joins us after finally landing back in South Florida following his epic adventure to watch the Panthers get blown out in historic fashion in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aaron Rodgers continues to behave like Aaron Rodgers as he is set to miss mandatory mini camp for the New York Jets. As rumors circulate that he may be missing this camp for a ayahuasca retreat, Dan and the crew discuss the way Rodgers is being covered by the media and how it differs from how it would be for other athletes, if Rodgers' "spiritual journey" has changed his perspective on work and football, why Rodgers continues to act like he's a target, whether or not Rodgers cares about what we think (he does), and if Dan and Mike are egomaniacs. Plus, let's talk about ANOTHER QB! Tom Brady not only got Jay-Z to perform at his Patriots Hall of Fame induction, but he tried his hand at the UFL broadcast over the weekend, and Mike thinks he crushed it. Also, Jessica and Billy hatch a plan to ruin Brady's ACTUAL Hall of Fame induction from the inside. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Stugotz and Mike are furious with the play and demeanor of Luka Doncic's performance in this NBA Finals, and his stellar performance in Game 4 has somehow only made their anger stronger. Then, refs in all sports are pretty terrible, huh? Was Angel Reese's comment about referees even about Caitlin Clark? Did you know a MLB umpire was suspended for gambling? Did you know he called a "perfect game" in the World Series? Plus, Kyrie Irving's maturity since leaving Boston, a bidding war between Chris Cote's wife and a fan, and getting used by Dan Hurley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's cast: Dan, Stugotz, Chris, Billy, Jessica, and Mike. Ahhhhhhh, the smiling face of Sergio Garcia. Dan kicks off this week with an important question: would it be funnier to see the Boston Celtics blow a 3-0 Finals lead or this show blow a 3-0 Finals lead? The crew discusses the Oilers 8-1 blowout of the Panthers in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, Roy's rough trip to Edmonton, Mike's disgust with this show's Connor McDavid dialogue, and a new Billy Gil game featuring Chris Cote's Game 5 tickets. Then, Jessica discovers a fact about the lack of rats in Edmonton after Dan and Stu float the idea of a "McOverrated" billboard in Edmonton. Plus, do fathers ever get what they want for Father's Day? Also, a discussion on Charles Barkley's sudden retirement announcement and whether or not he could be swayed into changing his mind. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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POSCAST - On the Move!

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Our intrepid nomads Joe and Mike are taking their nonsense to a new land. On the way out they talk about the Celtics domination (until Friday), the Mariners dreams and the right way to answer the phone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Katie Sits down with Andraya Carter, one of ESPN’s “big three trio” covering women’s basketball and the WNBA, who shares her surprising career beginnings as a crown-molding salesperson before finding her way to the sideline. they also talk about nothing at length… oh. sorry. we mean Andraya’s pet snake, “nothing.” Megan sits down with three-time national champion climber, Sasha Digiulian, who has over 30 first female ascents around the world and, in case that’s not enough, is the reason we have rock climber emojis. They discuss Sasha's start at 6-years old, training everything down to (up to?) her fingertips, and lessons learned in the making of her new HBO MAX documentary “Here To Climb” releasing on June 18. Christian Polanco takes us behind-the-scenes with USWNT members and recent TST champions Ali Krieger and Joanna Lohma. and, Good Follow correspondent Logan Hackett talks with legendary softball player Cat Osterman about Athletes Unlimited’s new pro women’s softball league. of course, it wouldn’t be a show if we didn’t also introduce a new good follow - hoop york city founder and all-around badass, Alex Taylor.  Join us as we wish a happy Father's Day to all kinds of dads: bio dads, step dads, new dads, brothers who are dads, loving dads, challenging dads, dog and cat-lady dads, and even future dads who don't yet know they're about to be dads… HFD! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Roy Bellamy and David Dwork return for a new episode of The Hockey Show directly after the Florida Panthers beat the Edmonton Oilers 4-3 in Edmonton on Thursday. The two are joined by the Miami Herald's Jordan McPherson to break down everything from game three of the Stanley Cup Finals. After Jordan leaves and Roy books his flight to Edmonton for game 4 he reveals an injury that left him with an impromptu appointment with the Panthers trainers. Finally, the two answer live fan questions from their postgame show as it is broadcast to YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Meadowlark Media CEO John Skipper and Nothing Personal's David Samson are back with another episode with host of Pablo Torre Finds Out ... Pablo Torre! Welcome to The Sporting Class! It’s time to talk about women’s sports and where it’s currently at in the media landscape. Caitlin Clark is a shooting star. The Olympic team decided to leave her off it. The WNBA is readying for a new TV deal at the perfect time so what will that money look like? This whole episode is a deep dive into the growth and money that the WNBA is chasing. Then, it’s time for the final thoughts. Here’s what we weren’t able to get to in full. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sara Civian of the Too Many Men podcast joins the show to discuss all things Stanley Cup! She chats with the crew about Mike's Conn Smythe take, how the Panthers have contained Edmonton, Paul Maurice's obvious influence on the franchise, and why Florida Panthers fans are DEFINITELY very classy, super chill, and easy to root for. Then, a debate breaks out over the NBA Finals and specifically Luka Doncic as Mike and Tony question how his conditioning has played a factor in Dallas' 0-3 deficit. Plus, LPGA star, Charley Hull, joins the show to discuss going viral for smoking cigarettes on the golf course, how she handles the anxiety and loneliness of golf and a lot more, all while Stugotz pretends like he would actually quit cigarettes and be able to get her to Augusta. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ramona Shelburne is uncompromising.  The longtime ESPN reporter and proud Los Angeles native welcomes Dan to her beloved city and speaks to the heart of why she's never wanted to leave "home".  Days after her father's passing, Ramona opens up about how she's been moving through life without her "biggest fan" and how her parents have cheered her on from her days as a star college athlete to becoming one of the best sports writers in the game. Ramona also shares untold stories of how her relationship with Kobe Bryant grew from beat journalist to friend and the many ways his life and legacy will forever impact her own. Ramona details the crazy behind the scenes from her coverage of former Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling’s scandals that led to his lifetime ban from the NBA and how she produced the story into the new FX series, CLIPPED.  FX’s Clipped: The Scandalous Story of LA’s Other Basketball Team is now exclusively available on Hulu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's cast: Mike, Chris, Billy, Jeremy, and Tony. The job is not done with a game left to win to hoist a Stanley Cup, but after last night's Game 3 win, Mike and the rest of the Shipping Container celebrate the Panthers dominance through three games. The crew chats about their superstition masterclasses involving their wives, why Chris Cote has a reason to root against the Cats in Game 4, and Mike's "hockey hipster" pick for the Conn Smythe Trophy. Then, is the weather really that bad? Really, Dan? Plus, an attempt at talking basketball, the UFL championship, a legendary Tom Brady speech, and UFC 303. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After watching his parents on last week's episode of GBF, Adam Schefter joins the show to give a full break down of Shirley and Jeff Schefter. Plus, what is the hold up with Tua and Dak contracts after Trevor Lawrence gets paid. Mikey gives his top 5 places Aaron Rodgers was instead of at minicamp and Billy thinks Chris Simms is trying to make him mad with his top 40 QB rankings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The crew was quite literally rained out of the studio early today, so to make up for our lack of Hour 2, we are giving you Mystery Crate A DAY EARLY! Some of the Craters are upset that they couldn't perform during the latest Shootout Showdown, everyone laughs at Tony's tiny umbrella, Lucy shares her experiences as a seat filler at the ESPYs and the crew discusses the horrors of forgetting to put on deodorant. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The show is ending early because the apocalypse is approaching... no, seriously. We've got to wrap things up and get home. Before we do, Dan and the crew discuss the most interesting aspects of the Dan Hurley interview while Roy TRIES to get some Panthers talk off the ground and constantly gets interrupted. Then, David Samson and Adnan Virk join the show to share their Top 5 Food Scenes in movie history. And...that's it! Get home, South Floridians! Stay safe out there! Stay tuned for a mystery in Hour 2... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Nicholas Metivier

McOverrated is more of an indictment of the people doing the rating, no? Under achiever and under perfomer are more personal ly directed towards CMD.

Jun 17th
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Ross

there are no rats in Alberta. they patrol the borders.

Jun 17th
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Christian Favero

would Dan give a shit or criticize Aaron Rodgers if he was a liberal or black?

Jun 13th
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Christian Favero

Lebatard likes to point out and talk about the divide in the country. so his solution is to make fun and criticize half of the country's belief.

Jun 11th
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jay cherry

Mike, still a douchebag

Jun 10th
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jay cherry

Mike, you're a douchebag. Even worse now on the latest episode

Jun 8th
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Rozz

q

May 28th
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Rozz

check the Habs Stanley Cup when they won 10 ot games on way to cup. '93 maybe or '87. left a lot of teams shaking their heads. Great moments make good goalies great !

May 28th
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jimbeetle

i quit watching the NFL. just not entertaining anymore.

May 17th
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Adam Balogh

best show on the planet !!! you listen you will be addicted!!!

May 9th
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Adam Balogh

i could write a book for all the reasons why these guys are the best !!! i love them !!!!

May 8th
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jay cherry

Mike, you're such a backstabbing mother a@#$5&-

Apr 24th
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jay cherry

Mike, you're such a backstabbing mother fucker!!!

Apr 24th
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jay cherry

Mike, you're such a a backstabbing mother fucker !!!!!!

Apr 24th
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jay cherry

Mike, you're such a a backstabbing mother fucker !!!!!!

Apr 24th
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Adam Balogh

wholly shit professional athletes are fucking stupid !!! wow !!!!

Apr 20th
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jay cherry

You guy's suck, I gave the new so called format a chance and wasted my time. You and the whole cast bent over. Fuckin sellouts......

Apr 19th
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Christian Favero

for the love of God! do we need to start a gofundme for Caitlin. she is gonna make $76.000 for 4 months. i won't make that much this year and I live in California. so I'm sure she'll be fine. she's getting market value for her profession. since we're here when are we gonna stop advertising athletes salaries. I'm not jealous or hating if that's what the market dictates good for them. but $800m, $400m, $200m contracts. $50m a year. that's monopoly money for playing a game. we don't need to know.

Apr 18th
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Rozz

I grew up in mtl. Guy lafleurs signed a 350,000 dollar contract. Molson owned the Habs so to help out i swore to drink $350,000 in Molson ex. pretty much accomplished that about 5 yrs ago. aGuy got drunk one night and smashed his Monte Carlo . Headline in Sunday paper "Lafleur didn't score last night but he hit a post.. He would hide inn. hallway. during games and smoke. tell stu that. love yas

Apr 18th
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Rozz

maybe tkachuk boys would have been playing no matter where they lived since papa Keith had a long illustrious nhl career . just sayin'

Apr 18th
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