Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss Brady's comments on his time in New England this morning, when he knew he was moving on and an old interaction between young Jalen and Phil Jackson.
Zach talks to Paul Scheer of Black Monday and a million other things about his Clippers fandom (16:19), the Clippers transforming from underdogs to favorites, his comedy journey (30:25), "30 Rock," "Human Giant," and much more.
Katie, Ashley, and Jay take charge of April by diving into some very needed host chat, then... there are sports! They discuss Wrestlemania (36:45), The UFC / Baseball BioDome (58:49), and Hologram Roger Goodell (1:36:23). There's also a somewhat tardy Bachelor Update (1:17:51), A Very Cavallari Update (1:42:33), French News of the Week (1:51:44), The Pick 3 Game (1:59:08), and so much more. Get in the KAJ, already.
Jordan Love is one of the most divisive QBs entering this year's NFL Draft. He's known for his deep passes on the run...as well as his numerous interceptions. Fans and critics alike are curious to see if Love will live up to his potential, or if his flaws as a player will prove too big to ignore. ESPN's Tim Keown joins the show to explore Love's football prowess, as well as his complicated past.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss Brady-Belichick's relationship, MJ leaving the NBA to play baseball, Dana White's plan for UFC 249, the Bucs new uniforms and Jalen's fresh cut dilemma.
Bill is first joined by Todd McShay as the two discuss the process of scouting quarterbacks and what is important to see from a QB. Then, Bill Connelly joins Bill to break down Joe Burrow's rise from QB transfer to most likely the first overall pick
Zach talks to Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe about life in quarantine, Megan becoming a worldwide celebrity (24:21), the future of their sports, the hardest they've laughed at a movie (55:34), much more.
Sources tell ESPN Senior MLB Insider Jeff Passan that Major League Baseball has a plan to resume in May, gathering all teams and isolating them in Arizona to minimize coronavirus risk. Hear the story of how that might work, and who's on board. Then, a firsthand look at how baseball has returned to South Korea. Scrimmages there are leading up to preseason games slated for later this month. Jeff Passan talks to pitcher Dan Straily, formerly of MLB, now of the Korean Baseball Organization's Lotte Giants, to detail the precautions his team is taking to keep their season on track amidst the pandemic.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss the NBA's hall of fame class, the Rams' interesting logo, how to perfectly cook crab legs and ask if Scottie Pippen underappreciated.
What if champions of men's and women's college basketball were somehow able to be crowned in 2020? The NCAA canceled both tournaments due to COVID-19. If you can't help but wonder what "might" have happened, we have you covered. FiveThirtyEight's Neil Paine shares results from the data-crunching site's highly precise tournament simulations. And ESPN's Myron Medcalf gets to dream about who should hold the title from the men's and women's brackets this year.
Zach talks to Pau Gasol about COVID-19, Kobe Bryant, his playing future, and more as part of the NBA's NBA Together campaign.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby talk if drafting Tua is worth a gamble, Petyon Manning's mind games and family bonding.
No sports during quarantine? WWE begs to differ. It's broadcasting Wrestlemania 36 this weekend -- after recording it on a restricted set -- with no audience. How did WWE pull this off, and why does Wrestlemania seem to be such a touchstone in this moment? ESPN's Greg Wyshynski steps out of the crease and into the ring to talk about how and why WWE is carrying on through the crisis.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss the Cavs' 2016 Game 7 win over Warriors . Plus, LaMelo buys a team, Big Truss works out with AB and Jalen's Jordan memories. #GTGTPWTW
Tom Brady is a Buccaneer. DeAndre Hopkins is a Cardinal. And Cam Newton is still looking for a new home. NFL free agency in 2020 has been a wild ride so far, all while the uncertainty of this sports hiatus plays out in the background. ESPN NFL Insider Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected team decisions in the offseason, and the successes and failures in team deals so far.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby talk Dame's comments on the ideas for the NBA to come back, guarding Michael Jordan and KD's 2K matchups.
The KAJ get together for, can it be, the last day of March, to complete one last bracket: the best board games. They start with a voicemail about dominant hands (00:16), then dive into the sweet sixteen (30:38). Later, a voicemail about little victories (2:24:20).
The Green Bay Packers are seen as one of the NFL's most traditional franchises. Their midwestern, mom-and-pop approach to running the team sets them apart in today's cynical times. But did that reputation rise from the ashes of arson? Today, ESPN Senior Writer Dave Fleming tells a tale of a mysterious blaze that helped the Packers survive potential extinction.
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