1:24 - The Red Sox win on Tuesday night went just how you’d expect: Mookie Betts hit another home run and Chris Sale dominated. Evan Drellich, Tom Giles, and Michael Holley debate whether or not Betts can remain on his torrid pace all season.
5:22 - No Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski weren’t at OTAs and definitely don’t ask Bill Belichick about them. Tom Curran, Michael Holley and Andy Hart from Patriots Football Weekly discuss where the pair could be and what it means for the team.
10:31 - Cedric Maxwell joins Kyle Draper, Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tanguay to preview Game 5 for Celtics back in Boston and discuss adjustments that Brad Stevens needs to make to contain Lebron James.
According to a new book written by ESPN's Ian Connor titled "Belichick: The Making of the Greatest Football Coach of All Time," the rift between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick may have been even more serious than originally thought.
The book claims that following the 2017 season Tom Brady wanted to part ways with his longtime head coach.
"If you're married 18 years to a grouchy person who gets under your skin and never compliments you, after a while you want to divorce him," a source told O'Connor. "Tom knows Bill is the best coach in the league, but he's had enough of him. If Tom could, I think he would divorce him."
O'Connor writes that Brady seriously reconsidered his future in New England up until late March, but the Jimmy Garoppolo trade ultimately left Brady feeling obligated to stay with the Patriots.
"But in the end, even if he wanted to, Brady could not walk away from the game, and he could not ask for a trade. The moment Belichick moved [Jimmy] Garoppolo to San Francisco, and banked on Brady's oft-stated desire to play at least into his mid-forties, was the moment Brady was virtually locked into suiting up next season and beyond. Had he retired or requested a trade, he would have risked turning an adoring New England public into an angry mob."
"Belichick: The Making of the Greatest Football Coach of All Time" will be released Sept. 25.
1:11 - Bill Belichick didn’t have much to say about acquiring Josh Gordon. Tom Giles, Michael Holley, and Danielle Trotta discuss if Josh Gordon will be able to turn his career around in New England.
6:55 - Evan Drellich joins BST from Yankee Stadium to discuss the Red Sox bullpen blowing yet another save, and how David Price can help the Red Sox clinch the A.L. East on Wednesday night in New York.
11:45 - DJ Bean, Abby Chin, and Michael Holley talk about the ESPN top 100 NBA players list, where Jayson Tatum will be ranked in the top 30.
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