Kurtenbach: The Warriors have an $80 million problem — Monterey Herald


Kelly Oubre was acquired by the Warriors to replace Klay Thompson. But nine games into Golden State’s campaign, coach Steve Kerr should be looking to replace Oubre in the team’s starting lineup. The move to acquire Oubre had a price tag of $80 million for the season, prodigious luxury taxes included. It’s fair to say…

Kurtenbach: The Warriors have an $80 million problem — Monterey Herald

Leafs TV schedule


The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today the club’s 2020-21 regular season broadcast schedule. All Maple Leafs’ games will be televised live on Sportsnet (38 games) and TSN (18 games), while Sportsnet 590 The FAN and TSN Radio 1050 will once again divide games evenly between the two radio networks. The club’s radio broadcast schedule for games following March 6, 2021 will be provided at a later date.

Calling the action for all games on both Sportsnet 590 The FAN and TSN Radio 1050 Toronto are the longtime Maple Leafs radio duo of play-by-play commentator Joe Bowen and radio analyst Jim Ralph.

Broadcast coverage of the Maple Leafs will begin on January 9 at 7 p.m. when the team plays the Blue vs. White Game presented by Canadian Tire. The game will be held at Scotiabank Arena and broadcast on both Sportsnet and TSN.

This season Leafs Nation Network will continue to provide fans all the access and analysis they need as the season unfolds. The Leaf: Blueprint will take fans behind the scenes while, on Good Morning, Leafs Nation and Countdown, Joe Bowen, Danielle Emanuele, Scott Willats, Bob McGill and guests will provide in-depth pre-game news and notes as the 2021 NHL season unfolds.

A rundown of the Maple Leafs regular season schedule, with broadcast information, is available below.