All good things must come to an end, and yes, that includes Making Plays. On the final episode of the year, Neil and Taylor dive into NHL and NBA playoff action, talk about the great “What ifs?” in sports, and share their favourite summer sporting activities that they are looking forward to.
It’s the most wonderful time of year! Neil and Taylor discuss March Madness and what makes it so great (despite day 1 being disappointing). They also discuss the Minnesota Vikings moving on from Adrian Peterson and fantasy sports.
Neil and Taylor are tired, grumpy, and hungry after a crazy week of CreComm but they sucked it up for this week’s episode! They discussed the NHL and NBA trade deadlines, Jay and Dan returning to TSN, Adrian Peterson, and college basketball vs. NBA.
Making Plays is finally live at 2pm! Neil and Taylor break down the INSANE comeback by the Patriots at Super Bowl 51, debate who would make the sports Mount Rushmore, and try to figure out the mess between Charles Oakley and the New York Knicks.
Taylor shares his hatred towards Dwayne Wade and brags about his elementary school curling career while Neil expresses his love for Tom Brady and calls out Rajon Rondo for being a hypocrite. All that and more on Episode 8 of #MakingPlays!
On this week’s episode of Making Plays, Neil and Taylor welcome former wheelchair basketball star Joey Johnson. Johnson represented Canada at five Paralympics, winning three gold medals and a silver. Johnson is now an assistant coach for the Great Britain Men’s National team. We discuss how Johnson got started in the sport, how wheelchair basketball works, playing college ball in Wisconsin, representing Canada, the Paralympics, coaching, and more!
On this week’s episode of Making Plays, Neil and Taylor discuss the Bombers heartbreaking playoff loss to the Lions, their experiences calling Bisons sports on the weekend, and their favourite sports broadcasters.
On this week’s episode of Making Plays, Neil and Taylor recap their weekend covering the men’s and women’s MCAC soccer championships. Also, in the spirit of Halloween, they discussed the scariest athletes, whether or not the Jets or Cubs should be scared, the NBA’s new Super Villians and which Raptors deserve to get their number retired (if any).
On this week’s episode of Making Plays, Neil and Taylor look back at the NHL Heritage Classic this weekend, talk about the Jets start to the season, Blue Jays, World Series, which teams in the NFL are the real deal and preview the NBA season.