TSN NBA Analyst Jack Armstrong joined Mike Hogan to discuss the health status of Kyle Lowry, the new look DeMar DeRozan & how the Raptors should approach defending LeBron James.
Ujiri: Lowry nursing some bumps and bruises
Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri discusses tonight's game vs. the Cavaliers and gives an update on the status of Kyle Lowry.
Stroman helps Jays get past Pirates
Marcus Stroman threw all six pitches - four-seam fastball, two-seam fastball (sinker), slider, curve ball, cutter and change-up - in his 1 2/3 innings Wednesday afternoon in a 4-1 Toronto win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on a toasty 28-degree day at McKechnie Field.
Anthopoulos: Plenty of competition at second, pitching staff
Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos joins Mike Richards in the Morning to discuss his team heading into spring training, breaking down the competition for spots in the rotation, bullpen and at second base.
Dreger: No problem with comments, but Kessel should look in mirror
TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger joins Mike Richards in the Morning to discuss Phil Kessel blaming the media for their unfair criticism of Dion Phaneuf, saying the comments were a show of character and leadership, but also seemed calculated and it appeared like he had an agenda heading into the scrum.
Leafs have asked too much of Phaneuf on and off the ice
Scooped up from the Calgary Flames in a blockbuster deal in 2010, Dion Phaneuf played a mere 26 games with the Toronto Maple Leafs before being named team captain. As TSN's Jonas Siegel writes, it was the start of a troubled trend, one in which the Leafs continually asked too much of Phaneuf, both player and person.
"I'm fed up over what's been said."
Phil Kessel has had enough. As TSN's Jonas Siegel writes, the Maple Leafs' highest-paid player and leading scorer lambasted the Toronto media for treatment of captain Dion Phaneuf he deemed “embarrassing." “Is it his fault we’re losing? No. Did he build this team? No. It’s not Dion Phaneuf,” said Kessel with as much intensity and anger as he’s shown in nearly six seasons as a Leaf.
French connection key to TFC's success in 2015
In late January, Toronto FC announced that they had signed Benoit Cheyrou. It came at a time when many casual fans were still getting caught up on the bigger news of the winter but, as TSN's Kristian Jack writes, sliding under the radar was perfect for Cheyrou
Argos sign international RB Scott
The Toronto Argonauts have signed international running back Bernard Scott. Scott most recently played for the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals.
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