Former Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Falcons QB, DJ Shockley, talks sports with some of the biggest names in the game. Football, baseball, basketball, golf... It's all here. And we'll throw in a little culture and humor for fun.
DJ's back and the boys discuss the expansion of the College Football Playoffs. The Hawks (and other teams) continue their march through the NBA Playoffs. Major League Baseball is steeping in it again. This time, they're coming after the pitchers, and they are not happy with the mid-season change.
Special guest DeShaun Tate sits down with Scott and they discuss all the 2nd round action in the NBA Playoffs. But first, they must catch up with some NFL news of special interest: Julio Jones is no longer a Falcon.
The NBA Playoffs are in full swing. The Hawks - Knicks series is starting to look lopsided. The now-well-known "June 1st Deadline" has passed. Now what? Marcel Ozuna decides that manhandling a woman is worth losing his career, and maybe freedom.
DJ chops it up with Charlie Ward about his Heisman winning college career and his uncommon transition into the NBA with the Knicks. They talk about common experiences under the tutelage of Mark Richt. DJ and Scott discuss the uncertain futures of Julio Jones and Aaron Rodgers.
The Hawks face the Knicks in the 1st round of the NBA Playoffs. Can you imagine Julio Jones in another uniform? And baseball is on an historic pace for no-hitters.
We look at the NBA Playoffs as they take shape and teams are jockeying for position. The Hawks are eyeing home court advantage in the first round. The NFL schedule is released, some interesting Week 1 matchups. DJ and Scott disagree on Tim Tebow news and how it's covered.
Contract and salary cap genius, Carlos Medina, a.k.a. Front Office Los. Los discusses the Falcons draft haul and gives insight on their front office and their cap situation. He also breaks down some of the tougher cap situations in the NFL after the Draft. Los also shares his thoughts on the Aaron Rodgers situation.
DJ and Scott discuss their experiences at Braves games with fans and mock their own top 10. Steve Wyche from the NFL Network gives his thoughts on how the draft is going to shake out: QBs, WR's, and trades! Steve also explains why trading Julio Jones makes sense for the Falcons.
DJ and Scott discuss a fun Masters weekend and some of the disappointing performances by some big names. Did Hideki Matsuyama earned a blank check from Japanese advertisers? More thoughts as we inch closer to the NFL Draft.
DJ and Scott reflect on exciting men's and women's basketball tournaments. Sam Darnold gets traded and DeShaun Watson's problems aren't getting better. Justin Kutcher, play-by-play announcer for the Washington Wizards stops by to discuss the Masters Tournament.
Mike Tyson discusses his early life, his meteoric rise, and eventual fall. Hear the story from his perspective and find out what big happenings he has on his horizon. DJ and Scott continue the NFL Draft discussion and March Madness.
Chris Kirschner covers the Atlanta Hawks for The Athletic. He gives his insight as to the firing of Lloyd Pierce, the team's 8-game winning streak, and John Collins trade rumors and looming free agency. DJ and Scott celebrate a terrific first weekend of March Madness and talk NFL free agency and the DeShaun Watson saga.
DeShaun Tate (@tatestakehoops) is back to preview the NCAA Tournament. Nobody knows more about college basketball than our man, Tate. He's gonna give you some upset alerts and tell you some big names to be wary of when you fill out your bracket. Tate also gives his thoughts on the developments of the last two weeks involving the Atlanta Hawks. DJ and Scott highlight some of the big NFL free agent signings and DJ firmly ...
DJ and Scott discuss Dak's big payday, reflect on the NBA All-Star Weekend, and look ahead to the Players Championship at Sawgrass. Oh, and Scotty D got recognized at a local restaurant.
The boys talk about JJ Watt signing with the Cardinals and if the Russell Wilson story is really a "situation" at all. The Hawks make a big move in Atlanta and speculation about Tiger's wreck! Then, Scotty D tries out his interviewing chops with a surprise guest!
DJ talks to Quinn "Moose" Ojinnaka about his football career, which he pursued simply because he was good at it. After 7 years in the NFL, Ojinnaka redirected his career to his passion... professional wrestling. "Moose", as he's known now is a rising sensation and he loves to inflict pain on his opponents.
Kirk Morrison was drafted by his hometown Oakland Raiders and he shined immediately. He tallied 636 tackles in his 5 years in Oakland, leading the team every year. Currently, Kirk is all over TV, radio, and podcasts primarily covering the LA Rams. He discusses his career and really digs into the Matthew Stafford - Jared Goff trade. What does it mean for the Rams? Kirk gives his thoughts on how the Rams got to a point where th...
DJ and Scott reflect on Super Bowl LV. They also look ahead to the NFL Draft and begin the discussion of how the quarterbacks will come off the board after Trevor Lawrence. The boys weigh in on the decision the Dallas Mavericks have made to not play the National Anthem before games. (Update: Since recording, the Mavericks and Mark Cuban have made statements addressing the situation.)
Matt Schaub overcame plenty of hurdles. From his time at Virginia to being the polar opposite of who he backed up when he was drafted, to injury setbacks after finally becoming "The Man". But he persevered and became the Pro Bowl, franchise quarterback of the Houston Texans. He was at the helm of some of the most successful years of the Texans franchise. Listen as he and DJ reminisce on their years together in the Falco...
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The World's Most Dangerous Morning Show, The Breakfast Club, With DJ Envy, Angela Yee And Charlamagne Tha God!
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.