Kyler Murray's Ridiculous 'Homework Clause' + NBC Sports Boston Celtics reporter Chris Forsberg
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a few thoughts on the ridiculous 'homework clause' that got included into Kyler Murray's contract extension with the Arizona Cardinals. The fact that Murray's in-season quota is only four hours per week tells you that he must've hardly ever watched film on his own. Best guess? He may have watched about an hour all last season. Murray is so transcendent as an athlete that he's developed an unfounded arrogance as a quarterback. Later, NBC Sports Boston Celtics reporter Chris Forsberg swings to discuss why he doesn’t expect Kevin Durant will actually get traded to Boston, why the Celtics are even considering breaking up their young core that just reached the NBA Finals, how Jaylen Brown’s contract situation could play a role in any trade negotiations, how Brad Stevens has managed to seamlessly transition from the bench to the front office, what it was like covering the team during the Kyrie Irving Era, and much more! Click here to subscribe, rate and review all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Three Tiers of TPE Spiciness w/ Chris Forsberg (Ep. 212)
Celtics Reddit Podcast
Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston joins us to discuss Will Hardy's departure and the many spicy TPE and Free Agent acquisition targets for the Celtics. Plus, Chris discusses his experience covering the NBA Finals for the Celtics and makes a daring bet with Wayne Spooney regarding the upcoming Grant Williams contract extension.
NBC Sports Boston's Chris Forsberg joins the pod to discuss Al Horford's perfect complexion and his immense impact on perhaps the biggest Celtics win in several years. How will the rest of the series play out? Are there any takeaways from game 4 that should have fans feeling more or less confident? Plus, adjustments for game 5 and Grant Williams' contract extension.
455: Boston Should Have Made a Bigger Push for the Two Seed w Chris Forsberg
Chris Forsberg covers the Celtics for NBC Sports Boston and has the best hair on the Celtics Beat. Chris joins the program to discuss Rob Williams, Ime Udoka, and why Chris is NOT afraid of Kevin Durant and the Nets. Twitter: @chrisforsberg_ 3:06 Should the Celtics really be worried about the Nets? 11:05 Offensive progression puts C’s at the top at the contender list 14:21 What could derail the Celtics in the playoffs 21:10 When will we see Rob Williams? 28:43 Ime riding starters too long Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Friday, April 8th, 2022. Celtics Beat is powered by BetOnline.AG. Go to BetOnline.AG today and use the promo code CLNS50 for a 50% bonus on your next deposit!
Sports Hub Celtics Show: Where does Boston rank as a contender // Chris Forsberg calls in // KG’s jersey retirement
Sports Hub Celtics Show
(0:00) Analyzing the Celtics’ five-game winning streak and where they land in East(13:00) Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston joins the show (28:00) Talking KG’s jersey retirement with Brian Robb of MassLive.com
NBC Sports Boston Analyst and host of the Celtics Talk Podcast Chris Forsberg joins us to laugh in the face of a loss to the Pacers, review the “Grant instead of Horford” lineup, and Tatum’s true defensive ranking. Plus, how do the new 10-day guys impact the Celtics' buyout options? Later, Payton Pritchard player comps and the virtues of JR Bremer.
Assessing Celtics post trade deadline with Chris Forsberg
Brian Robb and Chris Forsberg dissect the Celtics after their first week playing together following the trade deadline. They also dig deeper into the additions of Derrick White and Daniel Theis and what they could signal about the franchise's plans moving forward.
Taking stock of Celtics trade rumors and deadline predictions with Chris Forsberg
Brian Robb and Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston analyze the latest rumblings surrounding Marcus Smart, Dennis Schroder and Al Horford along with whether the team's turnaround will impact the team's trade deadline decisions. The guys also make their predictions for what happens this week.
Trade rumors and turnaround talk with Chris Forsberg
Brian Robb and Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston look at some factors that could turn the Celtics season around after a three-game winning streak. The guys also get into trade rumblings for the week involving Jeff Green and Jalen Smith before debating some big picture questions for the group ahead of the trade deadline.
Prognosticating Boston's 2021-22 season with Chris Forsberg
Celtics Lab NBA Basketball Podcast
The Boston Celtics have played their first game of their 2021-22 preseason slate, giving fans around the world their annual first taste of mostly meaningless games to over-react to. And far be it from us at the "Celtics Lab" podcast to miss out on such cherished annual festivities.To that end, we brought on a special guest, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston, to try to predict what sort of a team we're going to see in the 2021-22 season based on lineups and rotations we may see little or even none of during the regular season. We also try our best to prognosticate the season from standings at the end of the season, hardware, and more.In the podcast's 69th episode (nice!) as the Celtics Lab, we dive as deep as ever with Chris into everything Celtics basketball with a dash of Red Sox aversion and even some hair care tips.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/celtics-lab-nba-basketball-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy