The 49ers' Kyle Shanahan is making his first Super Bowl appearance as a head coach. But he's been to the big game before, as the Falcons offensive coordinator when Atlanta infamously lost a 28-3 lead to a Patriots comeback. ESPN's Seth Wickersham explains how Shanahan can shake the ghosts of his football past.
Kobe Bryant's death shocked the world on Sunday. In the wake of the news, ESPN NBA insider Ramona Shelburne traveled to the site of the tragic helicopter crash, and to Kobe's Mamba Sports Academy. She joins Mina Kimes to reflect on the life, career, and legacy of this five-time NBA champion.
Skylar Astin and SGG jump on the line with the maj one to break down this weekend's rumble and come up with some fun possibilities for the Rumble winner and Mania.
JamesOn Curry holds a dubious record: shortest NBA career, ever. Just 3.9 seconds. And he didn't even touch the ball. How did Curry go from legendary high school superstar, to twists and turns and criminal setbacks, to his one shot on the court for the L.A. Clippers? The tale of his remarkably brief career holds bigger truths about life and basketball. ESPN basketball writer Royce Young shares the fascinating story of JamesOn Curry with host Mina Kimes.
Zach talks to ESPN's Dave McMenamin about the powerhouse Lakers (15:58), Kyle Kuzma's future (24:57), Frank Vogel's rotations, Zion's debut (2:14), and much more.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss Zion's debut, Jalen's hairline, Kyle Kuzma's future with Lakers, the Chiefs' high-octane offense and Super Bowl traditions.
The UConn Huskies have long reigned supreme in women's college basketball. But where they once seemed invincible, cracks have started to show. The Huskies have exited the tournament in the semi-finals the past three seasons, and recently suffered their first double-digit loss in years. ESPN basketball analyst LaChina Robinson explores the legacy of UConn, and whether the Huskies' dynasty is near its end.
Zach talks to Lakers guard Danny Green about late-career LeBron (2:16), why this is the most fun team environment he has ever experienced (18:44), those classic Spurs-Heat Finals, the Ray Allen shot (23:00), Kawhi's decision (33:34), much more.
Lakers head coach Frank Vogel was not first pick for the job. Or second. Even as he landed the top spot with "The Lake Show" and LeBron, questions swirled over how long he would last. Now, with the team leading the Western Conference, NBA insider Kevin Arnovitz breaks down the understated success of Vogel's leadership.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss the Celtics crushing Lakers, Dame Dolla drops 60 points, Harden's brutal shooting performance, the Chiefs defense and Brady's NFL future.
It's been two years since Larry Nassar was sentenced to life in prison for sexually assaulting hundreds of girls and women. We are still learning more about how gymnastics organizations and officials enabled his abuse. ESPN investigative reporter John Barr is co-author of the book "Start By Believing," about the culture of gymnastics and Nassar's survivors. He joins Mina Kimes to reveal new findings from his reporting.
Did you know today is the saddest day of the year? Well, Katie and Ashley tell you to treat yourself. (8:30) They also talk both AFC and NFC championship games. (25:00) Katie talks about George Kittle's "shirtless Jimmy Garoppolo" shirt. (49:00) And as always, they give you erotic news (1:29:11).
Bill is joined by Will Brinson as they react to the Chiefs and 49ers punching their tickets to the Super Bowl and what went wrong for the Titans and Packers
Super Bowl LIV is set! The 49ers sent Aaron Rodgers and the Packers...packing. Then, the Chiefs engineered another comeback victory to steal away the Titans' championship dreams. ESPN NFL insider Bill Barnwell breaks down how we wound up with the teams that will meet in Miami.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby preview the NFC and AFC Championship games, more Odell controversy, Brandon Ingram does major work and Holly Holm stops by the show.
First AJ Styles catches up with Rosenberg and talks Royal Rumble and then the Statless One joins the show to talk an interesting week in wrestling. Stay maj!
On Saturday two UFC legends collide on ESPN+ as Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone faces Irishman Conor McGregor, perhaps the most notorious fighter in mixed martial arts. ESPN Senior Writer Kevin Van Valkenburg visited Ireland to see how years of controversy, troubling behavior, and criminal allegations have affected McGregor's folk hero status at home.
Zach talks to ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz about the rising Grizz (1:07), the race for No. 8 in the West (12:38), the Nuggets, Jazz, Rockets, and Clippers, and Frank Vogel's coaching job with the Lakers (1:02:57).
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby break down Fultz and Luka's triple-doubles, Kyrie's bold comments, Zion's upcoming debut, Odell makes it rain and Yo Gotti stops by the show.
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