Chapter 3b: With the Shaq/Kobe era crumbling against a hungry 2004 Pistons team, Shaquille O’Neal tried to save the day with a memorable throwback performance. It ended up being his last great Lakers game. What did that night say about Shaq, that bizarre Lakers season, and a now-underrated champion from Detroit that wouldn’t roll over? Bill breaks it down with his former ESPN colleague J.A. Adande.
‘Book of Basketball 2.0’: Shaq’s Last Great Game (With J.A. Adande)
Chapter 3b: Bill and J.A. Adande rewatch Game 4 of the 2004 Finals and discuss what it meant for Shaq and the Lakers
Plus, previewing ‘Monday Night Football’ between the Lions and Packers
The first slate featured a whopping 21 interceptions, ranging from mundane to iconic. But which one was the funniest?
Larry also weighs in on pandemic fatigue, his issue with voter ID laws being called racist, and the Texas abortion ban
Mallory is joined by Andy Greenwald and TD St. Matthew-Daniel to analyze the ‘Hawkeye’ trailer and the new Tony Stark tale
All that, plus one reason to watch every other game
Can the Ravens rebound against the Chiefs? And can House hit a five-leg teaser?