In the fourth episode of The Enes Kanter Show, Enes and Chris Forsberg are joined by actor Donnie Wahlberg to discuss the current Celtics team, a possible role for Enes on "Blue Bloods" and how he deals with New York fans.
2:00 - Donnie Wahlberg joins the show and discusses how much different this Celtics team is than last year. He gives his personal experience on how bad things turned last year,
5:20 - How does Donnie feel about Tacko-mania? Has he been caught up in the hype?
6:30 - How did Instagram help Enes and Donnie become friends? What role would Enes play as a guest star in "Blue Bloods"?
9:00 - Has Donnie dealt well with Knicks fans while filming in New York?
10:00 - What has been Donnie’s best moment of a Celtics fan in his life?
12:00 - What does Donnie think is the ‘ceiling’ for this year’s Celtics team?
17:00 - What is the weirdest request Enes has received on Cameo?
19:40 - Enes explains the Celtics snowball fight and why having fun off the court is important
22:00 - What was Thanksgiving at Kemba Walker's house like?
23:00 - What was the non-return of Kyrie Irving like?
25:45 - Did Enes have a bad experience with James Dolan?
27:25 - How is Enes so successful on the offensive glass?
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Matt Cassel and Tom E. Curran are talking Patriots-Texans in the latest Patriots Talk Podcast, as well as Tom Brady's responsibility in the Patriots offensive struggles. It's presented by CVS Health.
1:36 - Curran opens with his take on why everyone feels the need to place blame on Tom Brady for the failures of the Patriots passing game vs. the Texans.
12:28 -Cassel joins Tom to talk about just how responsible Brady is for the Patriots' recent struggles.
20:21 - Matt deconstructs three key passing plays that were poorly executed by the Patriots on Sunday: N'Keal Harry's failed under route that led to an interception, Phillip Dorsett's missed signal and Jakobi Meyers' miscommunication with Brady.
27:28 - Tom asks Matt about what Brady might have been saying to receivers on the sidelines and what the QB's expectations are for his pass-catchers.
34:48 - Turning the page to the Patriots' matchup with the Chiefs, Matt talks about what New England's offense needs to do to regain its confidence.
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Can we move past the Kyrie talk and focus on the big picture of this team? Kyle Draper and Chris Forsberg assess the C's in the early going.
3:05 - Following the Celtics' loss to the Nets in Brooklyn, Kyle Draper and Chris Forsberg give their big-picture thoughts on the team.
6:20 - The biggest shortcoming of the squad this season is on defense, so what's causing their inability to stop opposing point guards from going off?
10:44 - Is Marcus Smart the Celtics' early-season team MVP?
13:22 - Chris and Kyle discuss the growth of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown this season and debate how much the team should expect from them.
17:48 - Kyrie Irving flooded headlines this past week after he didn't play in Boston. Kyrie followed it up with a long Instagram post and Marcus Smart finished the conversation after the game Friday. So, are we finally done with the Kyrie talk?
28:12 - Chris and Kyle give their "my guy" of the week.
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