Titus and Tate discuss the baton being passed from the FBI to the NCAA in the college basketball corruption saga, the NCAA’s ominous statement, LaMelo Ball’s playing overseas, and more (5:39). Then the guys talk with three-time NBA champion B.J. Armstrong about his three-peat with the Bulls, Toronto’s taking him in the expansion draft in 1995, the 3-point revolution, Big Ten basketball, his days playing for Iowa, the NBA draft, and more (31:50). They end the show with some shout-outs and closeouts (1:14:55).
The NCAA Is Coming, Bill Self’s Rebuttal, and a Blast From the Past With B.J. Armstrong
Titus and Tate discuss the baton being passed from the FBI to the NCAA in the college basketball corruption saga, the NCAA’s ominous statement, LaMelo Ball playing overseas, and more
The Big Ten is reportedly set to add USC and UCLA as new members. While this move seems ridiculous, it’s the culmination of where college sports has been heading—and a sign of where it’s heading next.
Evel joins Johnny to discuss how he was blindsided by production when they cast both him and his daughter on the same season, his hate/hate relationship with Jen Johnson, how social media and the proliferation of reality television has altered the medium, and more
Plus, Ryen offers his thoughts on the speculation around Karl-Anthony Towns’s next contract, and how the Pistons exited the Deandre Ayton sweepstakes, and James Harden declining his player option to help the 76ers
Last week, F1 and ESPN reportedly agreed to a new rights deal that will pay F1 between $75 million and $90 million per year over the next three years. John Ourand of ‘Sports Business Journal’ joined ‘The Ringer F1 Show’ to explain the deal and why F1 chose it over other offers.