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Felger & Mazz: December 11, 2013

Hour 1

Felger and Massarotti were joined by Jermaine Wiggins and the guys opened the day discussing the Boston Celtics and Doc Rivers' return to the TD Garden tonight as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers. Rivers joined Felger and Mazz yesterday and Wiggy vented about the interview today. The guys also talked some New England Patriots. With injuries and the struggles on defense, are the Patriots still Super Bowl contenders? Getting back in to the Celtics, the guys go through some of the takeaways from last night's C's 104-96 loss to the Brooklyn Nets.

In Hour 2 of Felger and Mazz, the guys and Wiggy talk some Boston Bruins and Shawn Thornton's assault on Brooks Orpik. Was Thornton justified in his actions? The guys got back into the Doc Rivers discussion. When Rivers returns tonight as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, will he be booed? Mike and Tony went on to play this week's edition of 10 Questions with Wiggy. Before taking some questions from the callers, the guys got back into the Patriots. Are the Pats Super Bowl contenders?

Hour 2

Paul Perillo of Patriots Football Weekly joined Felger and Massarotti in Hour 3 to talk some Patriots. Are the Pats still Super Bowl contenders with Rob Gronkowski out? Should there be concern about Gronk's future? How come the Patriots have been struggling in the first half of games? What are football fan's least favorite things about the NFL?

Hour 3

In the fourth and final hour, the guys discuss the Boston Red Sox off-season and the Winter Meetings. Could Stephen Drew return to the Sox? What is Jon Lester's value? Today Major League Baseball has banned home plate collisions. Is this the right move? Before the Final Word with Marshall Hook, Felger and Mazz go rapid fire and see how the fans will treat Doc Rivers' return to the Garden as the head coach of the Clippers.

Hour 4


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