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A Crazy NFL Season With Kevin Clark, Plus Jim Belushi on Cannabis, ‘SNL,’ and His Legendary Brother, John

Bill and Kevin Clark discuss an unprecedented NFL season, the NFL draft, and more before actor Jim Belushi joins to talk about his new show, ‘Growing Belushi,’ and much more

‘Bad Boys’ With Bill Simmons, Van Lathan, and Logan Murdock

Discussing the 1995 action thriller

Gerrit Cole on Being the Yankees’ Ace and Witnessing Aaron Judge’s Greatness

The guys are joined by the Yankees’ new ace to talk about staying intense with no fans in the stands, getting to know new teammates, developing a relationship with a new catcher, and more

Donna Brazile on Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris

Bakari is joined by political strategist, campaign manager, and analyst Donna Brazile to discuss Kamala Harris’s selection as Joe Biden’s running mate for the 2020 presidential election

Aaron Rodgers on His Packers Future, the Effects of COVID-19 on the NFL, and More

Aaron Rodgers competes as the first-ever contestant on ‘10 Questions With Kyle Brandt’

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NBA Restart Odds: The Western Play-in Race Reaches the Finish Line

Portland, Memphis, Phoenix, and San Antonio are all aiming for a chance at the postseason Thursday. Which teams have the best chance to qualify?

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Robert Covington Is in the Middle of a Revolution

The listed center for the NBA bubble’s biggest wild card stands at 6-foot-7. Here’s why the Rockets gave an undrafted senior from Tennessee State a shot in their 3-point laboratory, and why they brought him back to take their radical style to a whole new level.

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If Joe Biden Is the Democratic Party’s Present, Can Kamala Harris Be Its Future?

Biden selected the California senator as his running mate. Together, they’ll hope to unseat President Donald Trump, but they also have to defuse the tensions within their own party.

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Gary Kubiak Helped Shape the Modern NFL. Now, He’s Stepping Back Into It.

Kubiak and Mike Shanahan created the system that Matt LaFleur, Kyle Shanahan, and more coaches use today. And now the Vikings offensive coordinator is returning to show just how far it can go.

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“Hell Is Only a Word”: The Enduring Terror of ‘Event Horizon’

Paul W.S. Anderson’s space-horror film was maligned during its 1997 release, but has since gained a cult following and will be adapted into a TV series for Amazon. But the biggest question surrounding ‘Event Horizon’ still persists: Will we ever get a diabolical director’s cut?

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College Football’s Fractured Season Will Change How the NFL Operates

The college game is the backbone of the pros, providing players, coaches, and ideas. How will the NFL adapt with so much of the college season postponed, or mired in uncertainty?

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“We Just Brought the King of the Mountain of Sports Slurs to Its Knees”

For decades, Native activists have protested the Washington NFL team name. Now it is gone. To those who dedicated their lives to this fight, it’s a long-overdue moment of triumph—and what comes next is just as important.

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As the College Football Calendar Evaporates, a Meaningful Strand of Human Connection Does Too

The sport is at its best—and, oftentimes, its worst—when it connects disparate places and people together. It’s unruly and chaotic, much like the debate over whether it’s safe to play this fall.

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Aaron Rodgers Discusses NFL Protests and the Packers’ Plans for the Anthem

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers shares his thoughts on social injustice protests and more

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‘The Restart’: Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns Are Here to Stay

KOC hears from Booker, Cameron Johnson, and head coach Monty Williams on the improvements the Suns have made in the bubble

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The Ringer’s Updated Fantasy Football Rankings

Players are reporting to training camp and the 2020 NFL season is rapidly approaching. Check out our top 150 player rankings, expert mock, and more—and get ready to dominate your draft.

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Aaron Rodgers on His Packers Future, the Effects of COVID-19 on the NFL, and More

Aaron Rodgers competes as the first-ever contestant on ‘10 Questions With Kyle Brandt’

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‘Hard Knocks’ Episode 1: The NFL Prepares for a Unique Training Camp

Anthony Lynn revealed his positive COVID-19 result, the NFL showed off its safety precautions, and a Rams cornerback became an instant fan favorite

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Farewell Transmissions: The Sound of Summer 2020 Is the Posthumous Album

New releases from Jason Molina, Pop Smoke, and Juice WRLD aren’t easy listens, but they’re all true to their respective artists

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So What Exactly Is Going on With the Astros?

Houston entered this week five and a half games back in the AL West, and while the team has made up some of that ground, it’s been a concerning start to the season. What’s really wrong with this team, and can they get back on track?

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Seth Rogen’s Jewish American Tale

"Our DNA test comes back Jewish. You could find a severed finger and tell that it was Jewish." Here’s how Rogen came to make ‘An American Pickle,’ his most personal film to date.

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Which Bubble Breakthroughs Are for Real?

Is Michael Porter Jr.’s moment a fluke? Can Gary Trent Jr. continue to scorch the net? We decide what’s sustainabubble and what’s not as the seeding-games phase nears its end.

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To Make Sense of the West’s Play-in Race, Follow the Stars

Damian Lillard nearly single-handedly willed the Blazers past the Mavs and into eighth place. But he’s not the only marquee player in the running. It may sound simple, but the NBA’s last playoff seed could come down to star power.

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Reacting to Joe Biden Picking Kamala Harris for VP With Angela Rye

Plus, Bakari and Angela discuss what this means for America and what voters need to do moving forward

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The Big Ten and Pac-12 Cancel Fall Football Seasons

Kevin and Rodger discuss what the cancelation means for college football’s immediate and long-term future, how this affects the NFL season, and more

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Join The Ringer in Raising Money for World Central Kitchen

Donate now to help the heroes in hospitals and clinics who are fighting for us

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The Ringer’s 2020 NBA Mock Draft Lottery

If the Warriors land the first pick, who would they take? Plus, our Big Board expands to 50 prospects.

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Kamala Harris Is Biden’s VP. Bakari and Angela Rye Share Instant Reactions.

Plus, Bakari and Angela discuss what this means for the United States

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A Season Without College Football and a Sport Forever Changed

The Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed their fall football seasons, and other Power Five conferences may follow. How we got here reveals a lot about the infrastructure of college sports—and the factors that could determine their future.

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‘The Weight of Gold’ Is a Wake-up Call for Olympics Fans

Michael Phelps has won 23 Olympic golds, but his alarming documentary suggests a new goal: speaking out about mental health and encouraging other athletes to do the same

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The Eight Most Ridiculous Games From the MLS Is Back Tournament

In advance of Tuesday’s championship game, let’s look back at the best, worst, and weirdest parts of MLS’s return to action

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Remembering the Wrestler Kamala, 1950-2020

Remembering Kamala, the sweetheart African terror of the squared circle

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The Shark Week Superlatives

Discovery Channel’s much-hyped annual programming package has become increasingly ahistorical and fantastical over the years. Yet, it remains popular. So, our two resident shark experts dove in to discuss the best and worst that the week has to offer.

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The Life Span of Streaming TV Series Is Shrinking

The average show now lasts between three and four seasons, a development that’s changing television as a whole

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Is Verzuz a COVID Coping Mechanism?

Micah Peters and Justin Charity break down one of the most successful music ventures of quarantine

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T.J. Warren Is No Longer the Bubble GOAT, but He May Be the Key to the Pacers’ Future

The forward’s scoring tear is starting to taper off, but the success Indiana’s had with him in the starting lineup could open up new, franchise-altering opportunities

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It’s Win or Go Home at the Champions League

Europe’s premier soccer competition adopts an element of March Madness with a new knockout format, allowing for exciting new possibilities—and no margin for error