On this episode, Vince and Annie are joined by Emmy Award–winning broadcaster Ernie Johnson Jr. to talk about the future of the NBA pending a decision from commissioner Adam Silver. Ernie also talks about the joys of being together with his family during this troubling time and how the adoption of his son changed his life for the better. Then he discusses some of his most treasured memories of a decades-long career in sports broadcasting.
The Future of the NBA, the Power of Family, and the Glory of Broadcasting With Ernie Johnson Jr.
The Emmy Award–winning broadcaster talks about the potential return of the NBA and shares decades’ worth of treasured memories
A Cavs Party, Brooklyn in Limbo, and Million-Dollar Playoff Picks With Brian Windhorst and Peter Schrager
Plus, checking in on the Ben Simmons situation in Philadelphia leading up to next month’s trade deadline
The New Yorker’s Jon Lee Anderson on Latin America, War Reporting, and ‘Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life’
The reporter joins Bryan to reflect on his career
Mark Feinsand joins to discuss the card values of David Ortiz, Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens
Plus, Musa and Ryan talk about the proposed French law to ban hijab in sports