Thursday, June 27, 2013

Catching Up With Bob Lobel: Hernandez a "Punk" and Doc Rivers "Sleazy"

Join legendary sportscaster Bob Lobel and host Joe Parello as they discuss the biggest sports stories of the day and some of the most memorable moments in New England sports history. This week, Lobel calls out Doc Rivers on his "sleazy" move to get out of Boston with a Celtics rebuilding job looming, and comments on Aaron Hernandez' arrest.

Also, where does the Bruins' heart-breaking loss in game six of the Stanley Cup finals rank among the all time Boston sports disappointments? All that, and more, on this week's episode of "Catching Up With Bob Lobel."

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Anonymous said...

Interesting interview. Great perspective on the Bruins.

Would seem necessary to put gang workers into football + basketball. Something of a cover up on significant social issues in all sports.

Mr. Ainge has lost a few steps. Doc Rivers was ready to go many times.
Every year the newspapers reported he felt the tug to his family in Miami. The press touted him as a teaching coach until Ainge traded away the young 'uns. He never seemed to live that building role.

Anyway. Nice show. It's getting to be a habit!

Joe Parello said...

Glad you like the show Stephen! And yeah, having a guy like Bob Lobel makes putting historic moments, even the bad ones, into context very easy.