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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 is joined by a roundtable of ESPN NBA reporters for a special Thanksgiving episode with Dave McMenamin, Tim Bontemps, Tim MacMahon, Nick Friedell and Kevin Pelton. The crew talks LeBron’s suspension following an altercation in Detroit, if Draymond Green can be an All-Star this season, what the ceiling is for the Warriors, Klay’s pro…
 
On today's episode, ESPN NBA reporter and podcast host Brian Windhorst joins Jason for a lengthy NBA discussion. During the interview, Windhorst discusses how the NFL has taken over the early part of the NBA season, how the Golden State Warriors have come roaring back this season after a couple of down years, if the Minnesota Timberwolves' repeated…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick recap of all the Thanksgiving NFL action. The Detroit Lions embarrassed themselves in the early game against the Chicago Bears. Dan Campbell continues to underwhelm as a head coach and right now all signs point to Detroit finishing the season without a win (again). In the afternoon game, the L…
 
Ryen shares a couple of stories from his travels to Chicago and New York City (00:51) before getting into some of the crazy college football coaching buyouts and why we’ve become desensitized to them (10:55). Then, he chats with Super Bowl champion and Hall of Fame running back Terrell Davis about Jonathan Taylor and the state of the running back p…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick thought on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' beatdown of the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is, in a word, terrible. It doesn't matter how many weapons the front office adds around him, he's never going to be a franchise quarterback... which makes it all the …
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on some big NFL Week 11 losses, including the Bills losing to the Colts, the Packers losing to the Vikings, and the Titans losing to the Texans, Chiefs-Cowboys, and more (0:32) before talking to Lakers beat reporter Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet about the on-court incident between LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart, t…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a few thoughts on the wild Sunday Night Football showdown between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Justin Herbert looked like a man amongst boys leading the Chargers offense up and down the field, and the better team came away with the win (even if they almost gave it away there t…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on which NFL teams he thinks will be looking to move on from their starting QBs next season (0:48). Then Ryen talks with Super Bowl champion Jonathan Vilma of Fox Sports about Patriots QB Mac Jones and OC Josh McDaniels’s recent success, identifying and exploiting weaknesses of a defense, the role of a defensive captain…
 
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN’s Tim Bontemps and Tim MacMahon to discuss the Celtics’ struggles this season, if their ceiling is lower than we expected as a team, how good the Knicks can really be, if the Suns are still favorites to return to the Finals from the West and what teams have a legitimate shot to make it out of the East.…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a few thoughts on the New England Patriots suffocation of the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Night Football. The Patriots defense completely manhandled the Falcons offensive line, and now suddenly look like a legitimate threat in the AFC. But before you start booking those Super Bowl hotel reservations, …
 
Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson is back for another episode of The Scoop and brought a bag full of his latest notes on the Wolves, Vikings, Twins, and Gophers. Guests on this episode include Arizona Cardinal TE and Waconia native Maxx Williams (17:23) as well as Totonto Blue Jays pitching prospect and Anoka native Trent Palmer (32:47).…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Warriors’ 12-2 start to the NBA season (0:33) before talking with legendary reporter Tom Rinaldi of Fox Sports about his long tenure at ESPN, ‘College GameDay,’ the U.S. Open and the Masters, Fox’s ‘Big Noon Kickoff,’ and more (12:17). Then, the creator of the Starz crime drama ‘Hightown,’ Rebecca Cutter, returns…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick thought on Steph Curry's virtuoso performance against the Kevin Durant and James Harden in Brooklyn. Curry was actually getting MVP chants in an opposing arena. Whether you like him or not, that man in special. Sticking in the NBA, Giannis Antetokounmpo made some headlines this week when he sa…
 
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN’s Nick Friedell and Cassidy Hubbarth to talk the incredible start to the season for the Warriors, what impact Klay can have when he returns, how Brooklyn plans to move forward with their roster and if Brooklyn can win a title as currently constructed.By ESPN, NBA, Brian Windhorst
 
On today's episode, Jason gets the party started with a deep dive into the San Francisco 49ers shocking beatdown of the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football. The Rams have been drubbed in back-to-back primetime games so naturally most of the talking heads will spend the rest of Tuesday morning telling you how fraudulent they are, how Matthew S…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Packers’ Week 10 win over the Seahawks, Buccaneers-Washington, Patriots-Browns, and the updated Bill Belichick–Tom Brady power rankings (0:34). Then Ryen talks to Super Bowl champion coach Doug Pederson about his first season away from the game of football in nearly 30 years, playing college ball in Louisiana, be…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into the Kansas City Chiefs demolition of the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football. Patrick Mahomes threw for over 400 yards and 5 touchdowns in the blowout victory, so of course everybody wants to know: Are the Chiefs officially back? Producer Rob G argues that this game said a whol…
 
Super Bowl Team Draft, Adam Amin on the Bulls, Plus Ben Solak on Whether Twitter Is Smarter Than NFL Coaches Ryen opens by drafting teams that can win the Super Bowl with Kyle and Ceruti (0:30). Then, he chats with the play-by-play voice of the Bulls, Adam Amin, about how Chicago’s offseason moves have panned out, what realistic expectations should…
 
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN’s Tim Bontemps and Dave McMenamin to discuss a memorable trip to the White House for Bontemps, the Lakers’ start to the season, the success of players traded from Los Angeles and the Bulls surging with their new pieces blending well together.By ESPN, NBA, Brian Windhorst
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick thought on Cam Newton's return to the Carolina Panthers. Nobody is really expecting much of out Cam on the field this season, but it does make for a cool story. That's about it. The big news of the day, however, took place out West as free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr decided to sign w…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a few thoughts on the latest scuttlebutt surrounding Odell Beckham Jr. According to multiple reports, OBJ would like his next team to be a Super Bowl contender with top-flight quarterback that will get him the ball. Of course he does. Beckham clearly still views himself as one of the elite wide receiv…
 
Russillo shares some NBA thoughts on the Hawks, Bulls, 76ers, and the Nikola Jokic–Markieff Morris melee (0:40). Then, Danny Kanell hops on to debate the latest College Football Playoff rankings, why he has Oklahoma so high, what to do with Cincinnati, and whether Alabama could get in with two losses. Plus he and Ryen revisit what it was like when …
 
On today’s episode, Jason kicks things off by running through the list of potential landing sports for Odell Beckham Jr. The New England Patriots make zero sense. Anybody who thinks that OBJ could become Randy Moss 2.0 is fooling themselves. Moss’ Patriots were led by Tom Brady and a Super Bowl-caliber defense; these Patriots are led by rookie Matt…
 
Brian Windhorst is joined by ESPN’s Kevin Pelton and Kevin Arnovitz to discuss Dame Lillard’s struggles to open the season, the 76ers successful start to the year despite the drama surrounding the team, the Cavs surprising start to the season, the Wizards’ strong performances and the state of dress in the NBA.…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a few words on the Pittsburgh Steelers' Monday Night Football victory over the Chicago Bears. Justin Fields looked pretty good against the tough Pittsburgh defense, but the biggest story to come out of the game had to be the shoddy officiating. Not only were they mostly bad throughout the night, but t…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on a strange NFL Week 9, including the Bengals’ fall from grace after losing two straight games, the Bills’ loss to the Jaguars, Rams-Titans, Chiefs-Packers, Vikings-Ravens, and more (0:39). Then Ryen talks with Super Bowl champion Trent Dilfer about the release of Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr., communicating with frustra…
 
On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob G kick things off with a deep dive into the wildest NFL Sunday that we've seen in years. Four of the week's biggest favorites - Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints - all got beat outright. None of it made any sense. The Tennessee Titans rolled over Matthew Stafford and th…
 
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Tim Bontemps react to the allegations of racism and misogyny with the Phoenix Suns' majority owner Robert Sarver, how the team is reacting to it and how they will move forward. Then the group talks the state of the Celtics after a big win before discussing the Lakers' shocking loss to the Thunder.…
 
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a few thoughts on the blowout loss suffered by his beloved New York Jets on Thursday Night Football to the Indianapolis Colts. It's one thing to get embarrassed on national television, it's something else to have the backup quarterback (Mike White) and the third stringer (Josh Johnson) move the ball d…
 
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