Welcome back to the NBA Desktop! This week, Jason looks at Kyrie Irving’s divisive comments with the media (again), and breaks down all the excitement around the regular-season debut of the Pelicans’ no. 1 pick, Zion Williamson. He’s then joined by Ringer staff writer Micah Peters to react to these two stories and Ben Detrick to deliver spice on the Philadelphia 76ers and whether or not they should trade Ben Simmons or Joel Embiid. Plus, LeBron James’s Knicks recruitment, Dwight Howard’s dunk-contest entry, Kevin Harlan’s legendary commentary, and Vanessa Hudgens’s date with Kyle Kuzma.
‘NBA Desktop’: Zion Williamson Put the League on Notice
Jason looks at Kyrie Irving’s divisive comments with the media (again), and breaks down all the excitement around the regular-season debut of the Pelicans’ no. 1 pick, Zion Williamson
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Pitchfork’s Greatest Hits, Joe Biden Does Late Night, Richard Lewis Obits, and Revisiting ‘The War Room’ With Sean Fennessey
Bryan and Sean are here to talk about all the latest media headlines!