Ep. 105: Normalize Men Crying On TV (with Andrew Maraniss)

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Full Court Press: NBA Draft Recap, Phoenix Mercury Drama, and a Brittney Griner Update

An Interview With: Author of Inaugural Ballers: The True Story of the First U.S. Women’s Basketball Team, Andrew Maraniss

And Also: Rue the Cat, Softball Reference, Steph Cutlery, “We’re Pregnant”, Robinson Crusoe Sucks, Slenderman, BPA (Best Player Available), Bedazzled Dice Chains, Shitty Ramadas, Wahoo Nebraska, Rafael Nadal’s Capris, SUNY Plattsburgh

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HORSE is hosted by Mike Schubert and Adam Mamawala. Created by Eric Silver and Mike Schubert. Edited by Mischa Stanton. Theme song by Bettina Campomanes. Art by Allyson Wakeman. Website by Kelly Schubert.

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On HORSE, we don’t analyze wins and losses. We talk beefs, dig into Internet drama, and have fun. The NBA is now a 365-day league and it's never been more present in pop culture. From Kevin Durant's burner accounts to LeBron taking his talents anywhere to trusting the Process, the NBA is becoming a pop culture requirement. At the same time, sports can have gatekeepers that make it insular and frustrating for people who aren't die hard fans. We’re here to prove that basketball is entertaining to follow for all fans, whether you’re actively watching the games or not. Recently featured in The New York Times!

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