Sports gambling expert Todd Fuhrman describes the sea change in the wagering world, where you can find an edge at the book, and why mobile betting is the future.
Jocko Willnick offers his thoughts on useful rebellion, why discipline truly equals freedom, how to take control of your own mind, why donuts are telling you lies, and so much more. Plus, your voicemails.
Bob Costas on his first love of baseball, how to do a great interview, why he's not on Twitter, how things ended at NBC, and when firsthand gambling intel backfires.
Mike Krzyzewski joins the podcast to talk about Duke's big night at the 2019 NBA Draft, Zion's potential impact on the Pelicans, Kevin Durant's injury, and how he adapts to players 50 years younger than him.
In this episode, Urijah Faber discusses his comeback to the fight game at age 40, why he'll never cheat the sport, Henry Cejudo, and who would win in the cage; Tom Cruise or Justin Bieber?
Rex Chapman joins the podcast to talk about playing in the era of Michael Jordan, his recovery from addiction, and babysitting Steph Curry. Plus your voicemails.
World Series MVP and Atlanta Braves legend, Tom Glavine joined the podcast to talk about growing up as a two-sport star, what analytics can't measure, and how golf added five years to his baseball career. Plus your voicemails.
Friend of the Jungle and media personality, Roger Lodge joined the podcast and talked about his time hosting Blind Date, why Mike Trout wanted to stay with the Angels, and what living with John Stamos was like. All of that, plus your voicemails.
Episode 81 of the Jim Rome podcast features Bill Hader, the co-creator, star, writer, director, and producer of HBO's hit show Barry. Bill and Jim discuss playing a hitman, coming up with the idea for the show, the nerves that come with performing on Saturday Night Live, acting scared in It: Chapter Two, and starring in a TV series with Henry Winkler. All that, plus another batch of Listener Voicemails.
The president of basketball operations and General Manager of the Golden State Warriors returns to the podcast for Episode 80 to talk about this year's run in the postseason, desensitizing to the noise and criticism that comes with the job, the Steph Curry nobody sees, Kevin Durant's greatness, landing his first job interview with the Warriors, and the definition of success.
The Dallas Mavericks owner and business mogul joins Episode 79 of The Jim Rome Podcast and discusses his climb in the business world, off season trips with Dirk Nowitzki and Shark Tank.
Stanley Cup Champion and NBC Sports analyst Eddie Olczyk joins Episode 78 of the Jim Rome Podcast. They discuss the wild first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the difference between regular season hockey and playoff hockey, the upcoming Kentucky Derby, and Eddie's battle with cancer.
NFL Veteran and Super Bowl champion Trent Dilfer joins Jim for Episode 77. They discuss the upcoming NFL Draft and the quarterbacks coming off the board, throwing a punch at John Randle, coming into the league with high expectations, getting booed at an Outback Steakhouse, winning a Super Bowl, losing his son, and making the decision to become a high school football coach.
Former PGA Tour pro and Jungle Legend Steve Elkington joins The Jim Rome Podcast for Episode 76. Elk previews the Masters, tells some Colin Montgomery stories, talks Tiger's win in 1997 and his chances this weekend, Phil Mickelson, and the direction Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are trending.
Episode 75 of The Jim Rome Podcast welcomes Trevor Pryce, Jim's co-host from the RPO. Topics include: Trevor's pick-up basketball skills, Rob Gronkowski's retirement, saying no to Bill Belichick, the future of the Cleveland Browns, Blake Bortles, Kliff Kingsbury and more. Plus another batch of listener voicemails.
Three-time Super Bowl winner Mark Schlereth is the guest on Episode 74 of the Jim Rome Podcast. They discuss growing up in Alaska, picking Idaho over Hawaii for college, his unlikely journey to the NFL, removing a kidney stone and playing that night, Montana v Brady, the Cleveland Browns, and Kyler Murray.
The co-creators of Billions, Brian Koppelman and David Levien, join the podcast for Episode 73, to discuss the return of their hit show for its fourth season. They discuss chasing a career together, being unhireable in Hollywood, betting on yourself, and the idea of money versus power -- and how it drives both their television show and Wall Street.
13-year MLB veteran Aubrey Huff joins Jim for Episode 72 of the Jim Rome podcast. The two-time World Series champion shares his story of addiction to Adderall, what it did to his marriage, his spiral into depression, and coming out the other side.
The co-host of Entertainment Tonight joins Jim Rome for Episode 71 of the podcast, the first recurring guest in podcast history. They discussed Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, Spike Lee's Oscar win, Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian, Robert Kraft and more. Plus, another batch of listener voicemails.
Episode 70 of the Jim Rome Podcast features Ricky Williams. The Heisman Trophy winner talked about his second life, the warrior mentality, competing on Big Brother, his favorite football coach, being the only member of the Saints 1999 draft class, and his complex relationship with marijuana. That conversation, plus another batch of listener voicemails.
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