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DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg

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Former Islander Rick DiPietro, Super Bowl champ Chris Canty and New York radio veteran Dave Rothenberg fill your midday with all things New York sports.

Former Islander Rick DiPietro, Super Bowl champ Chris Canty and New York radio veteran Dave Rothenberg fill your midday with all things New York sports.

Location:

New York, NY

Description:

Former Islander Rick DiPietro, Super Bowl champ Chris Canty and New York radio veteran Dave Rothenberg fill your midday with all things New York sports.

Language:

English


Episodes

DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg

6/5/2020
Will the MLB owners and players push differences aside? Cuddle, Marry, Trash the music edition. Tim Bontemps joins on NBA plans.

Duration:00:54:45

Hour 3: Tim Bontemps

6/5/2020
Tim Bontemps joins to say this is a great first step for the NBA but there are a lot more questions that need to be answered.

Duration:00:39:27

Hour 2: Cuddle, Marry, Trash Music edition

6/5/2020
The NBA has taken a great first step toward returning to play. Are you happy with their plan? Cuddle, Marry, Trash the music edition.

Duration:00:44:29

Hour 1: NFL Players video

6/5/2020
Will the NFL listen to its players and be more vocal on solving racial issues? Will the MLB ever get on the field this season?

Duration:00:53:38

DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg

6/4/2020
Is it surprising that Drew Brees had a misstep? Cuddle, Marry, Trash the MLB Pitching edition. Who should coach the Knicks?

Duration:01:10:47

Hour 3: Knicks Coach

6/4/2020
Should the Knicks be interested in hiring Mike Woodson as their head coach? Who do you want to see as the Knicks coach?

Duration:00:43:32

Hour 2: Cuddle, Marry, Trash

6/4/2020
What was Mike Norvell thinking? What advantages should the top NBA seeds get? Cuddle, Marry, Trash the MLB pitching edition.

Duration:00:43:53

Hour 1: Brees Misstep

6/4/2020
Drew Brees faces backlash after his comments about the flag and anthem. Should he have had a better awareness?

Duration:00:49:25

DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg

6/3/2020
Is it time to stop attacking and have educated conversations about race? Cuddle, Marry, Trash the NBA edition.

Duration:01:05:20

Hour 3: Puzzling Knicks

6/3/2020
Are things looking up for the NFL to start on time? Is it puzzling that the Knicks won't make a statement?

Duration:00:39:18

Hour 2: NBA Return

6/3/2020
The NBA owners will vote on a return to play proposal. Cuddle, Marry, Trash the NBA edition.

Duration:00:44:39

Hour 1: Educated Conversations

6/3/2020
Do we need to stop attacking and have educated conversations about race? Can sports help influence the discussion?

Duration:00:51:14

DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg

6/2/2020
Should conversations about equality be uncomfortable? Mike Tannenbaum and Jesse Rogers join the show.

Duration:01:18:19

Hour 3: Jesse Rogers

6/2/2020
Jesse Rogers joins the show to say MLB players and owners are miles apart because of mistrust and paranoia. Continuing conversations.

Duration:00:40:44

Hour 2: Mike Tannenbaum

6/2/2020
Mike Tannenbaum joins to say organizations have a great privilege to impact the community. Cuddle, Marry, Trash the NFL young edition.

Duration:00:43:49

Hour 1: Being Uncomfortable

6/2/2020
Should a conversation about equality be uncomfortable? Will we see a more exciting shortened baseball season?

Duration:00:51:18

DiPietro, Canty & Rothenberg

6/1/2020
Meaningful uncomfortable conversations are happening in this country. Buster Olney joins to say the MLB players and owners are embarrassing.

Duration:00:59:21

Hour 3: Meaningful Conversations

6/1/2020
Can meaningful action take place after the conversation about race happens in this country?

Duration:00:41:07

Hour 2: MLB Schism

6/1/2020
Are you concerned by how far apart the MLB players and owners seem to be? Marry, Cuddle, Trash the NFL skill position edition.

Duration:00:40:10

Hour 1: Buster Olney

6/1/2020
Conversations about race need to happen and they need to be uncomfortable. Buster Olney joins to say the owners and players are embarrassing themselves.

Duration:00:50:49