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The first daily sports news podcast that covers everything from the world stage to the hometown. The Athletic, home to the best storytelling in sports, and Wondery, the company behind “Sports Wars” and “Gladiator,” take you beyond the box score. With the help of The Athletic’s more than 400 sports writers and editors, co-hosts Kavitha Davidson and Anders Kelto dive deep into the biggest and most fascinating stories of the day. New episodes every weekday morning. The Lead. Sports up close.
 
What happens when you give a microphone to some dude who really loves sports, strong opinions, and cursing? You get Robb Unfiltered. Based out of Richmond, Va., I’ll discuss my love/hate relationships with my favorite teams and how the national landscape of sports and sports media shapes how we look at sports. You can find me on Twitter @RobbUnfiltered. You can also email me at robb9crock@gmail.com.
 
From NBA related topics to norms and rituals of the sport, two basketball fanatics from Toronto debate, discuss, and debunk everything that has to do with that game where people dribble a leather sphere for 48 minutes. Join these two amateur basketball experts, as Boni attempts to complete a thought, while Felix flourishes in Spanglish. Will you understand the words that are coming out of their mouths?
 
Daily mini-podcast featuring one thought per day delivered to you at 6am ET. Learn something new, get inspired and adopt a positive mindset in 5 min max. Meet your host: Olga Nesterova is former pro world champion athlete, UN diplomat, NBA/NHL/WNBA halftime entertainment turned entrepreneur, tv network executive, producer and tv show host.Olga is president of Onest TV Network, CEO of Onest Media Productions and head of Artists 4 Justice nonprofit initiative. Having lived in 4 countries, Olga ...
 
Less stands 4 Leadership, Equality, Empowerment, Education, Empathy, Social Injustice, Sports, Suicide Prevention, Solutions. Interviews from the 1st Black Super Bowl MVP, Doug Williams to ESPN'S Jay Bilas, The NFL's first full-time African-American women's position coach, Jennifer King, WNBA player, Essence Carson, MLB All-Star, Heath Bell, Civil Rights Hero, Dr. Richard Lapchick, Judy Sweet former President of the NCAA, NBA Champion & Head Coach, Sam Vincent, Steve Lavin, Bobbie Kelsey, L. ...
 
Legendary Laker swingman, "Coop," lends his view on today’s NBA game in comparison to how basketball was played in the 1980s. From lighthearted comments to serious analytics he and a co-host Ari Temkin as well as guests including Showtime Lakers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Pat Riley and Byron Scott, will discuss current basketball games both from a player and a coaches perspective. Known for his defensive skills, highlight dunks and tenacious defense, Coop will break down the do's an ...
 
Rhian’s Hope is a weekly podcast, hosted by Rhian Rogan, about those who are using their platform to inspire hope in others. Each episode is an exploration of the challenges and opportunities that paved their path and the hopes they have for the future. rhianshope.com
 
Locked On Women's Basketball is the only daily podcast covering the world of women's basketball. Join an all-star lineup of hosts as they discuss the latest from the world of women's hoops, from the WNBA to the NCAA and the international circuit. Start your week off with Gabe Ibrahim (Her Hoop Stats) and former Miami Hurricanes center Amy Audibert as they recap the weekend that was. Writer and podcaster Erica Ayala (The IX newsletter) brings her critical eye and deep connections to Tuesdays ...
 
Hosted by Pat Ralph, Eli Horowitz, and Emma Leyden, the Excelle Talks Basketball podcast provides fans and listeners with a deep-dive analysis of the WNBA and women's college basketball. At Excelle Sports, we're at the center at the women's sports universe and covering women's sports like never before.
 
Welcome to “The Tidal League Podcast” a show that will shine a light on the stars of the NBA and WNBA both on and off the court and give them opportunities to share their thoughts on the game and on the world events that impact our lives. We ask the questions you want to know the answers to. We talk to the biggest stars of the game and the talent that manages them. Our in-depth conversations give you, the fans, the chance to really know your favorite players and hear what matters most to the ...
 
Bright lights, centre court, multimillion dollar contracts and adoring fans. That’s what most of us imagine when we think of the world of professional athletes. But what is the story behind the images? What does the road to stardom look like? What does it take to get there? Who better to answer these questions and many more, than the moms who were there every step of the way.“Court-Side Moms” is the first of its kind to focus solely on the experiences of professional basketball player’s moth ...
 
Sports Fluent the Coach & AK. NFL Coach Hue Jackson & Anthony K. will interview your favourite players, agents and analysts from the NBA, NHL, MLB WNBA, CFL, NFL and around the world of sports. It’s all about sports, finance, entertainment with an eye on social justice and equality every week. anthonyk@sportsfluent.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sports-fluent/support
 
Refinery 29's award-winning podcast is back for season 4! In this five-part capsule collection, host Elisa Kreisinger dives into the world of the professional female athlete to explore how they've survived and thrived in a sports-loving country that doesn't alway love them back. Did you know that the highest grossing sport for women is tennis? Or that the US exports many of our best female athletes to China and Russia because they pay them a livable wage? This season we talk with soccer lege ...
 
Steve Levitt, the iconoclastic University of Chicago economist and co-author of the Freakonomics book series, tracks down other high achievers and asks questions that only he would think to ask. Guests include all-time Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, WNBA champion Sue Bird, Operation Warp Speed chief Moncef Slaoui, and neuroscientist/actress Mayim Bialik. People I (Mostly) Admire is a production of the Freakonomics Radio Network.
 
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In the wake of the WNBA unveiling new team uniforms for its upcoming 2021 season, one version of the Dallas Wings' jerseys has come under fire for the history behind its design. On April 8, the WNBA, in partnership with Nike, released three different uniform editions for each of the league's 12 teams: the Heroine Edition, Explorer Edition and Rebel…
 
Lynx boss Cheryl Reeve on her chat with Alex Rodriguez and Marc Lore, drafting Rennia Davis and signing Asheika Alexander. Supported by Rudy Luther Toyota (https://www.rudyluthertoyota.com/,) Vibe realtor Cara Quinn (https://caraquinnrealtor.com/) & Glory Ramsey of Successful Marketing Group (https://www.instagram.com/successfulbizowners)…
 
Aaron Barzilai (@basketballvalue) joins Megan Gauer (@megangauer) to breakdown the 2021 WNBA Draft. They react to all twelve first round picks, the Dallas Wings' strong draft class, draft night surprises and more. Make sure to subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Please rate and review the Her Hoop Stats podcast to help others find it wh…
 
Erica is back with a BONUS EPISODE. Hear her react in real-time to what was a wildly unpredictable WNBA Draft. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has …
 
Hello! This week, Chris and Paul talk about a wide range of topics, including MLB’s new Mother’s Day caps; the NFL’s new proposal to change the rules on uniform numbers; MLB’s annual Jackie Robinson Day commemoration; the new slate of WNBA uniforms; and the ongoing saga of the Braves’ memorial patches. Plus there’s the Question of the Week and more…
 
Cleavon aka @Cleavon_Davis joins the crew as we chop it up about sports and life. We discuss the riots going on in Minnesota. We help a roommate find his way out of a bad living situation. We also discuss the WNBA and the NFL QB double standard along with much more.By Lawz,Jeff,Aaron and D
 
In a special episode, and taking a new spin on things, "The Tidal League Podcast" brings together 5 female movers and shakers in the world of sport to give their take on what it's like to be a woman in a male dominated arena. These incredible women talk about their place in this world, the changes that have occured over the years, the fight for equ…
 
On April 22nd 1996, sporting history was made when the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) was founded. It was a huge moment for women's basketball and sport. The concept of a professional women's basketball league wasn't new. Previous attempts to start a women's pro league had failed but the WNBA had two things going for it: the backing…
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. The Kremlin chief liked what he saw. Here was a candidate he could work with: a man campaigning as an American who pledged to withdraw U.S. forces from Europe, pursue a path of cooperation with Moscow and dro…
 
The trappings of spycraft we see in the movies—the tiny cameras, the furtive code words uttered into pay phones, the trench-coated figures darting about in the shadows—are now so familiar that they come across as anything but secretive. But in real life, a spy has to merge into his or her surroundings like a whisper. You couldn’t cast a more convin…
 
The NFL Draft is fast approaching and LSU's Ja'Marr Chase is widely expected to be the first receiver to come off the board. Chase burst onto the national scene during the Tigers undefeated championship run in 2019, but he raised some eyebrows by choosing to opt out of the 2020 season over COVID-19 concerns. Today, we're joined by The Athletic's La…
 
This week we talk to the owner of the social justice education firm JenFryTalks, former volleyball coach Jen Fry, to speak about how whiteness operates in sports. Jen Fry facilitated workshops in the sport’s world on issues of anti-racism and inclusion. We also have “Choice Words” about why Minneapolis cancelled their games following the police kil…
 
First, Dana asks Chief Biden Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci about the administration’s decision to temporarily pause the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Next, Dana presses National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan about President Biden’s decision to end the war in Afghanistan, as well as the Kremlin’s treatment of Russian opposition leader Alexe…
 
Abraham Lincoln is one of those individuals whose stature is so large that he has become engulfed in myth—myth that often replaces reality. In poll after poll, the man who died on April 15, 1865, has consistently been ranked by historians and the American people as our greatest president. Both political parties claim to represent his values and nev…
 
When America sent its sons and daughters off to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq, it enlisted a second Army in the fight against global terrorism—local allies, to help build bases, support our forces, and perhaps most vitally, interpret. These interpreters served as our cultural and linguistic bridge to the society around us. We could not have perform…
 
Mare of Easttown sounds like it’s going to be a YA equestrian novel or a Masterpiece miniseries set on a Victorian farm. In fact, deceptively stodgy title notwithstanding, it is a poignant, richly observed, if occasionally over-the-top HBO crime drama starring Kate Winslet, in her first big TV role since winning an Emmy in 2011 for Todd Haynes' Mil…
 
Join Hootie Hoot as he follows up his recent podcast with Super Bowl Champion Ryan Harris with an interview with Los Angeles veteran, Inglewood raised, and Crenshaw High School basketball legend, the humble and spiritually connected former NBA CHAMPION for my Detroit Pistons, Tremaine Fowlkes. He shares his incredible story as he chronicles his jou…
 
After federal health agencies in the U.S. recommended a temporary halt on using the Johnson & Johnson-Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on April 14 convened a 13-member Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to review the six reports of unusual blood clots occurring in people vaccinated with…
 
Oluchi Omeoga, a co-founder of the Minneapolis-based organization Black Visions Collective, was at home on April 11—just a few blocks away from the deli where George Floyd was killed last year—when they first heard about the police shooting of Daunte Wright. Omeoga, who has been engaged in activism and community work for eight years in the city, re…
 
When the first COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna were authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in December 2020, most people breathed a sigh of relief since both shots were shown to be between 94% and 95% effective in protecting from COVID-19 symptoms. But public health experts warned that nobody really knew how long the…
 
While much has been made of the tense March 18 exchange between American and Chinese diplomats in Anchorage, Alaska, one area became an unlikely candidate for cooperation: outer space. During a press conference after the meeting, Jake Sullivan, the U.S. National Security Advisor, pointed out that the Perseverance rover that recently landed on Mars …
 
The universes are expanding. The cinematic universes, I mean. Disney+ got off to a slow start with its original content rollout, relying largely, in its first year of existence, on the streaming sphere’s most voluminous archive of children’s entertainment, a few no-brainer expansions of popular brands (the Muppets, High School Musical), several mil…
 
We heard about the storm a week before the rains. Manny figured they wouldn’t be a problem. Jae disagreed. The news called it a minor inconvenience—a flash flood at most—but we’d learned not to lean too deep into forecasts. In the morning, Houston felt sticky. Our heels slapped across the floorboards. We plodded around the house, yawning and stretc…
 
Join Hootie Hoot as he follows up his recent podcast with Super Bowl Champion Ryan Harris with an interview with Los Angeles veteran, Inglewood raised, and Crenshaw High School basketball legend, the humble and spiritually connected former NBA CHAMPION for my Detroit Pistons, Tremaine Fowlkes. He shares his incredible story as he chronicles his jou…
 
First Hue Jackson to TSU interview. Why is Justin Fields slipping in the draft? What’s wrong America...Chauvin, Wright and more. Plus Correcting Marshall - NBA guaranteed contracts. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sports-fluent/messageS…
 
She spent nearly a decade as an undercover C.I.A. operative working to prevent terrorism. More recently, she hosted The Business of Drugs on Netflix. Amaryllis Fox — now Kennedy — explains why intelligence work requires empathy, and she soothes Steve’s fears about weapons of mass destruction.By Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher
 
Aari McDonald had sign behind her to correctly pronounce her name as she became the first Arizona player to be drafted in the first round of the WNBA draft. She went #3 to the Atlanta Dream. Congrats to Igor Shesterkin for becoming first Rangers goalie since 1955 to have shutouts vs the same opponents in consecutive team games. Rangers play a home …
 
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended on April 14 that states shelve doses of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine for at least a week while regulators investigate the cases of six recipients who developed blood clots within two weeks of their inoculations. Even though the pause will be longer than some expected, th…
 
INDIANAPOLIS — Eight people were shot and killed in a late-night shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, and the shooter killed himself, police said. Multiple other people were injured Thursday night when gunfire erupted at the facility near the Indianapolis International Airport, police spokesperson Genae Cook said. At least four were hospit…
 
President Joe Biden will forgo the usual video call for his first in-person meeting with a foreign leader on Friday, when Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, who is fully vaccinated, meets Biden at the White House. A new president's first meeting slot with a foreign leader is normally reserved for top allies.…
 
In recent weeks, Molotov cocktails, bricks and bottles have met barricades and water cannons as towns and cities in Northern Ireland faced some of their worst rioting in years. Mobs made up mainly of teenagers from both loyalist and republican neighborhoods have clashed with police, who struggled to keep both sides apart at a "peace line" in Belfas…
 
This post discusses, in detail, major plot points of the Amazon Prime Video series Them: Covenant. It isn’t often anymore, now that we have so much TV on so many platforms, that an upcoming show achieves the visibility to draw controversy before anyone has seen it. But, for better or worse, Amazon’s anthology series Them broke through the static.…
 
Last weekend, there was a fresh new voice calling out the starting lineups inside Chase Center, and getting Golden State Warriors fans hyped in the process. It belonged to Aaron 'Showtime' Taylor, a man who cut his teeth as a basketball announcer inside San Quentin State Prison -- and who spent more than 25 years behind bars. The Athletic's Marcus …
 
Without a doubt, to be considered one of the best teams in NBA history, you need an outstanding coach. A coach that transcends what plays out on the basketball court. Think of Phil Jackson, Larry Brown, and Gregg Popovich; all of which have NBA titles. But what about other great coaches who just missed the mark? In this episode, Boni and Felix emba…
 
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