Headline Sports podcast with Tony Renteria: Did Warriors make a mistake not testing their players for Covid 19; PGA Championship cancelled in San Francisco; plus more

photo file from coachingclipboardl.com: Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers says it was not necessary to test players for Coronavirus because they are not interacting

Headline Sports podcast with Tony R:

#1 Are the Golden State Warriors making a big mistake not testing their players for Covid 19

#2 Warriors general manager Bob Myers said that there isn’t enough testing for Covid 19 and that the players aren’t interacting so Myers said there is no need for testing.

#3 The PGA Championship in May at Harding Park in San Francisco has been called off due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The PGA says their pushing to get it rescheduled.

#4 New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft shared his thoughts about losing former quarterback Tom Brady to the Tampa Bay Bucaneers saying that it was unfortunate to lose a great talent like Brady.

#5 The San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s have pledged to fund $1 million towards covering payment for their employees. The Giants CEO Larry Baer said he wants to provide peace of mind for the employees and the A’s said their working on a $1 million fund for their laid off employees in Oakland.

Tony does Headline Sports each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Headline Sports with Tony Renteria: Bickerstaff take over coaching reigns in Cleveland; NFL to add more playoff teams; plus more

cavsnation.com photo: New Cleveland Cavaliers head coach JB Bickerstaff will take over the coaching duties after former head coach John Beilein resigned

On Headline Sports with Tony R:

#1 The Cleveland Cavaliers John Beilein resigned as head coach and replaced him with JB Bickerstaff who is the son of former NBA head coach Bernie Bickerstaff who coached around the league for many years.

#2 The NFL are adding more playoff teams will this be a matter of making the post season more competitive or is the NFL just milking that much more

#3 The Kings have won four of their last seven games and host the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night at Golden One Center their coming off two tough loses to Milwaukee and Dallas

#4 The players in baseball are ready to riot as MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is under pressure by the players to take the World Series Trophy back from Houston and officially cross the Astros off as the 2017 World Champions

#5 The sign stealing scandal has dominated baseball so much its all anyone talks about will fights with the Astros turn the average fan off and they’ll go somewhere else?

Tony Renteria talks Headline Sports each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Headline Sports podcast with Tony Renteria: Raiders need to hit the playbooks in preparation of the Texans this Sunday; 49ers host the Panthers in hopes to stay undefeated; plus more

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On the Headline Sports podcast with Tony Renteria:

#1 The Oakland Raiders faced a very ready Green Bay Packers offense on Sunday as Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers threw for five touchdowns as the Raiders defense was no match for the Packers offense in the 42-24.

#2 The San Francisco 49ers may have not have scored a touchdown or set any kind of scoring records last Sunday in Washington, but they got by with three field goals kicked by kicker Robbie Gould that got the 49ers their sixth win to put them at 6-0.

#3 The Sacramento Kings opened up their regular season with a road trip in Phoenix. Is it tougher to open a season on the road or it really doesn’t make a difference?

#4 The Golden State Warriors open up their season tonight at Chase Center in San Francisco as they christen the new building for their first regular season game.

#5 Do you think the Astros get that backs to the wall feeling after dropping Games 1 and 2 at home against the Washington Nationals? The Nats are more than expected nemesis who broke it wide open in game 2 on Wednesday night.

Tony R does Headlines Sports podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com