Headline Sports Podcast with Tony Renteria: Confidant Warriors head to San Antonio; After rough road trip A’s go home to host Boston tonight

May 18, 2017

MLB, NBA

San Antonio Spurs’ LaMarcus Aldridge (12) and Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant (35) work for position under the basket during the second half of Game 2 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

On the Headlines podcast with Tony:

#1 The Warriors have cut no breaks for the San Antonio in the last two games in Oakland winning game two by 36 points

#2 They still so much adeau that was made regarding Kawhi Leoanrd’s ankle as Leonard landed reportedly on Zaza Puchulia’s foot. San Antonio head coach Gregg Poppovich said that Zaza intentionally hurt Leonard Tony shares his take on the play.

#3 The Giants win streak ended at five games on Wednesday thanks to the fine pitching of Dodgers ace Klayton Kershaw who surrendered only a run and dropped his ERa to 2.15 now improving his record to 7-2.

#4 Dave talks about what was the key to the Giants five game win streak all won at AT&T Park

#5 The A’s had a terrible road trip in Texas and Seattle dropping five of six and to top it off they got shutout in the final game of the trip on Wednesday night by the fine pitching of Christian Bergman the Mariner starter got a two hit 4-0 shutout.

Tony talks headline sports each week catch him on the podcast here and often at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

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