Going For 2: Episode 22 is LIVE!
Within the last week, we’ve seen a series of historic moments.
To start, we talk about the Washington Capitals and Alex Ovechkin hoisting the Stanley Cup. It was an important moment for hockey, no doubt, and we agree to a certain point. Listen to hear our reaction to the Stanley Cup Final as a whole, plus what we expect from Pittsburgh next year.
Next, we saw the Golden State Warriors win the Larry O’Bryant trophy. This showed that this Warriors team is one of the best in NBA history. We take a few shots at Kevin Durant, and then ponder where we think LeBron will end up next season. Do you agree with us?
The week of champions was capped off by Justify taking home the second Triple crown in just three years. We discuss Justify’s legacy in sports history and if we think Triple Crown-winning horses is something we should just come to expect now.
Moving on from that, we talk briefly about a new college football rule that Andy has very strong opinions about, while Jimi sees it as a good thing.
Before we get into the Xs and Os of World Cup soccer, we react to North America’s winning bid to host the World Cup in 2026. Then Jimi breaks down his top picks for this year’s tournament and gives his winner. Shocker, he goes with the favorite.
Finally, we give you our one awesome thing of the week. Jimi’s is a video that’s been making its rounds, and Andy gives you two for good measure.
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- Washington Capitals win Stanley Cup
- Ovechkin gets his cup
- Vegas falls short
- James Neal misses open net
- John Tavares is a free agent
- Ilya Kovalchuk coming back to NHL
- Penguins free agents
- Trade Kris Letang?
NBA Finals + Lebron James
- Warriors win the Larry O’Bryant trophy
- J.R. Smith is a bonehead
- Lebron still dominates the game
- Where will Lebron go?
- Lavar Ball talks about Lebron
- Lebron to Washington Wizards
Justify wins Triple Crown
World Cup Preview
- North America gets World Cup 2026
- Full World Cup preview
- World Cup Group of Death
- Germany is Jimi’s favorite