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The Rich Eisen Show mixes sports analysis with pop culture, humor and interviews. The show attracts the most recognizable names including Tom Brady, Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Regina King, Aaron Rodgers and Morgan Freeman. Now in its sixth year, the Emmy-nominated show originates out of Los Angeles, airing weekdays Noon-3pm ET/9am-Noon PT on SiriusXM and NBC Sports on Peacock TV. As Eisen said, “After all these years of seeing TV add ten pounds, I’m hoping phones and tabl ...
 
Mike Greenberg brings his unmatched depth of sports knowledge, fun and entertainment back to ESPN Radio on a daily basis. ‘Greeny’ will keep the audience up to date on the never-ending breaking news in the sports world that matters most to his listeners. He’ll be joined regularly by the biggest names in the game covering all angles of the sports world. If it matters in sports, it matters to Greeny. This is the home for hourly podcasts of the show.
 
Want to know the latest with the Utah Jazz? We've got you covered. We'll keep you up to date on the news and notes around the league. Plus, you'll hear from Jazz players and analysts who will give you the inside scoop on the team. Tune in every Monday and Friday to catch the Roundball Roundup.
 
The Holy Quadumvirate of nonsense and audible debauchery. And sports. The New York Times hails Too Hot to Handle, Too Cold to Hold as "For the last time, we don't write reviews for amateur and sophomoric podcasts. Please stop calling." THTHTCTH is your new favorite podcast because they don't let facts get in the way of the truth. You're welcome. Previous guests include: Fake Hakeem Olajuwon, Fake Alex Jones, Fake Nolan Ryan, Fake O.J. Simpson, and Fake Bill Cosby. Cornerstone segments: Barre ...
 
Bill Simmons’s new podcast breaks down the NBA's most important games, players, and teams, extending and reinventing his New York Times no. 1 bestselling book from 2009. Playing off the NBA’s dramatic changes during the past decade, Bill uses new commentary and fresh interviews with players and top media members to determine how the league has evolved and where it’s headed.Produced by Bill Simmons and Kyle Crichton Music by Jackson Lowe Lyrics and vocals by Tic Tac and Melatonin
 
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Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Nick Friedell discuss the confounding nature of this Clippers team on a nightly basis, Kawhi’s injury, what version of Mike Conley we will see in the playoffs if at all, Joel Embiid massively struggling to shoot, who can take big shots for the 76ers, the impact of the Hawks’ coaching change, the culture in Phoenix,…
 
ESPN’s NBA Insider Brian Windhorst and Rich discuss what happens to the Lakers roster if they bow out of the playoffs in the first round at the hand of the Suns, if Kawhi Leonard will leave the Clippers if they have another premature playoff exit, why the Celtics made their surprising front office shakeup, and if we can expect to see Sixers big man…
 
The chill wagon enters the playoffs watching a team with the best record in the league. The Jazz earn the #1 seed, and JP catches up with ESPN’s Brian Windhorst to recap the day. Here’s a rundown of this week’s episode: Intros. 6:20 — What to think about the Clippers chicanery 17:15 — Jazz are the closest thing to the 2000’s Spurs 26:25 — THIS LEAG…
 
In this episode, we examine the life and career of Spencer Haywood, a basketball Hall of Famer and one of the sport’s biggest stars of the 1970s. Haywood spent the latter half of his career battling a cocaine addiction at a time when the league lacked both an understanding and a policy for how to deal with a growing drug problem. We explore the cli…
 
Sports Illustrated Editor and ’60 Minutes’ correspondent Jon Wertheim and guest host Ryan Leaf discuss his new book ‘Glory Days’ about how sports and culture changed forever over the summer of 1984, the French Open decision makers doubling down on their stance to fine Naomi Osaka for not speaking with the media at Roland Garros, and why Novak Djoko…
 
Green Bay Press-Gazette Packers Columnist Pete Dougherty and guest host Ryan Leaf discuss the odds Aaron Rodgers actually follows through with his promise to never play for Green Bay again and what the impact on his legacy would be if that happens, how many games the Packers could expect to win with Jordan Love as the starting QB, how the Rodgers s…
 
Guest host Ryan Leaf tees off the hour previewing this week’s US Open and says why he’s no fan of “fake tough guy” Brooks Koepka and his loyal fans. Golf Channel Host Rich Lerner tells Ryan if Phil Mickelson, fresh off his historic PGA Championship win, can capture the U.S. Open this week at Torrey Pines, which other golfers in the field have the b…
 
Rich starts the hour with further reaction to the Packers’ CEO’s foot-in-mouth comments calling Aaron Rodgers “a complicated fella.” ‘Overreaction Monday’ returns with Rich’s takes on the Bucks title odds, Nikola Jokic’s controversial ejection, if the Suns can win it all, if the Clippers are gonna Clip in Game 4 vs the Jazz, and if the Sixers are t…
 
Rich kicks off the hour reacting to Le’Veon Bell’s tweets over the weekend ripping Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid, and wonders if the former All-Pro RB’s time in the NFL has come to a close. Rich react to Packers CEO Mark Murphy’s publicly saying that Aaron Rodgers is “complicated” and says how such comments could impact the disgruntled QB’s standoff …
 
Rich tips off the hour recapping the Suns sweep of the Nuggets and wonders if this is the year Chris Paul re-writes his playoff legacy. Rich and the guys debate of Nuggets center Nikola Jokic should have been ejected for his hard foul on Suns G Cameron Payne. With yet another injury to one of their big three stars, Rich weighs in on whether Kevin D…
 
Cassidy Hubbarth is back covering the playoffs in packed arenas. A returning RR champion Cassidy discusses what stands out about the series. Here’s a rundown of this week’s episode: Intros. 11:30 — Just watch Ted Lasso 16:55 — Donovan and Dwyane Wade 18:10 — Jordan Clarkson 21:30 — Lue vs. Snyder Plus, make sure to check out our newest podcast - Th…
 
Jeff in Detroit poses a question that gets the debate wheels turning: Is Steph Curry the 2nd-greatest point guard ever…and is he even a point guard?? Sticking to the debate them, the guys discuss if it’s okay to wear a jersey of your favorite player to a game. Rich breaks out a brand-new segment, “Crystal Ball It,” where he and the guys predict the…
 
The guys kicks off the hour debating which NFL team has the best wide receiver duo now that Julio Jones and AJ Brown have teamed up in Tennessee. Rich reacts to comments by Sean McVay and discusses how different the Rams’ offense will look this season following the trade for Jared Goff to the Lions for Matthew Stafford. NFL Network & CBS Sports NFL…
 
Rich tips off the hour recapping the Bucks Game 3 win over the Nets that saw some dreadful offense/good defense and the strange sight of Kevin Durant’s personal bodyguard rushing on the court when KD squared off with Milwaukee’s PJ Tucker. Rich recaps the Jazz shooting lights out to go up 2-0 on the Clippers and debates if Utah is not the favorites…
 
Brian Windhorst, Tim Bontemps and Tim MacMahon discuss the impressive performances from the Jazz so far, the outstanding play of Donovan Mitchell, the interesting lineup choices from the Clippers, if the Bucks are now officially back in the series, the offensive struggles of the Bucks and Nets and the keys to both the Nuggets-Suns and Hawks-76ers s…
 
Rams receiving legend Isaac Bruce and Rich discuss the lasting legacy of the Rams’ ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ offense, why the Julio Jones trade now puts added pressure on Titans QB Ryan Tannehill and what makes DeAndre Hopkins the best wide receiver in the NFL, and how he’s preparing for his year-delayed Hall of Fame speech. Rich reacts to comments b…
 
Saints Pro Bowl Safety Malcolm Jenkins and Rich discuss the Saints QB competition between Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill following Drew Brees’ retirement, Aaron Rodgers’ Packers standoff and why we’re seeing more NFL players use leverage against teams, the NFLPA’s stance on getting players vaccinated against Covid-19, and how he thinks former Ohio …
 
Rick opens the hour talking NBA Playoffs and reacting to the first camp comments from Packers QB Jordan Love as he prepares to be Green Bay’s starter should Aaron Rodgers follow through on his threat to never play for the team again. ESPN NFL Nation Packers Insider Rob Demovsky tells Rich that Love has been getting not just the majority of snaps in…
 
NFL Insider Ian Rapoport and Rich discuss the lingering Aaron Rodgers-Packers standoff and how each day Rodgers stays away from Green Bay’s minicamp benefits Jordan Love, how the Titans landed Julio Jones from the Atlanta Falcons, if there is a settlement on the horizon between Deshaun Watson and his accusers which could bring about a trade of the …
 
ESPN NBA analyst Jalen Rose and Rich discuss the possibility Juwan Howard could leave their alma mater Michigan to coach the Trail Blazers, why Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks have MASSIVELY disappointed in their two games vs the Nets, what (if anything) the Lakers should do with their roster this off-season, the wide-reaching charity work his …
 
Rich tips off the hour recapping the night in the NBA Playoffs that saw Joel Embiid drop 40 on the Hawks to even up their series, and the Clippers suffering yet another head-scratching loss, this time to the Jazz in the opener of their 2nd-Round series. With Packers QB Jordan Love set to speak to the media today, Rich breaks out a preemptive “What …
 
Greeny previews some of the action upcoming in the NBA Playoffs before talking about the emotion surrounding this week seeing his son graduate from high school. Sirius XM & MLB Network Host Chris “Mad Dog” Russo joins the show to weigh in on the sticky substances being found in baseball and how he’s waiting to see what comes from it in terms of how…
 
On June 17, 1986, Len Bias was picked second overall in the NBA draft. He was the next chapter in the book that was the 1980s Boston Celtics dynasty. Then, just two days later on June 19, 1986, he was dead of cocaine intoxication. In this episode, we talk about the 48 hours leading up to one of the sports world’s most crushing losses. Host: Jordan …
 
By his senior year at the University of Maryland, Len Bias was thriving. He was perhaps the best college basketball player in the country, earning burgeoning Michael Jordan comparisons, and going second overall to the Boston Celtics in the 1986 NBA draft. In this episode, we set the stage for how Len Bias, the Maryland kid, became Len Bias, the bas…
 
Tennessee Titans WR AJ Brown and Rich discuss the Julio Jones trade and if Brown’s continuous social media stumping for the All-Pro wideout helped make the deal happen, if Derek Henry or DK Metcalf is more or a beast in the weight room, why Jones turned down his offer accept Brown’s #11 jersey, and his reaction to Rich’s new “Tenn-tastic 4” nicknam…
 
Rich begins the hour reacting to Falcons Head Coach Arthur Smith’s priceless reaction when asked about the Julio Jones trade, and debates on whether some other receiver-needy teams should have made a bid for the former All-Pro WR. New Lions QB Jared Goff tells Rich what it’s been like for a lifelong Californian to adjust to his new surroundings in …
 
Rich kicks off the hour reacting to the less-than-shocking news that Aaron Rodgers did not show up for the Packers’ mandatory workouts this week and says if the disgruntled QB has a right to act on his grievances with the team’s front office. The MMQB’s Albert Breer and Rich if he’s surprised Aaron Rodgers actually went through with his Packers boy…
 
Greeny is joined by ESPN MLB analyst Buster Olney who weighs in on the Yankees' horrid offense and why it's time for Brian Cashman to start making moves. Plus, ESPN NBA analyst Doris Burke joins the show to help Greeny break down the NBA Playoffs and share why she believes the Nets showed what they look like when they are operating on all cylinders…
 
Brian Windhorst, Ramona Shelburne and Kirk Goldsberry discuss the voting for the NBA Coach Of The Year, then talk the domination from the Nets in Game 2 against the Bucks, the surprisingly good defense from Brooklyn, who is the key to the Nuggets-Suns series, the brilliance of Kawhi in the most clutch moments, the Jazz’s matchup with the Clippers a…
 
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