The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Wesley Morris of The New York Times to spend their last day together watching Spike Lee’s 2002 film, 25th Hour, starring Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Rosario Dawson.
‘25th Hour’ With Bill Simmons and Wesley Morris
Bill and Wesley discuss Spike Lee’s 2002 film starring Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Rosario Dawson
Plus, breaking down the Mavs defense and the Blazers without Damian Lillard
As an announcer, Romo plays to the level of the competition. Chiefs-Bills was football ecstasy, which meant he was at his giddy, exuberant best. The problem is that most games aren’t half as fun, and giddiness is no substitute for analysis.
Van and Charles discuss the reveal of a familiar character and the introduction of a new ship
Kevin is joined by Sheil Kapadia, Nate Taylor, and Ben Baby to preview this weekend’s NFL conference championships
Kevin Huerter on the Hawks’ Struggles, Defending Trae Young, and Alter Egos, Plus Anthony Edwards and T’Wolves Love With Analyst Jim Petersen
The Hawks guard joins Russillo to discuss his career and his hopes for the season, before Petersen discusses the impact of coach Chris Finch on Minnesota
It remains to be seen what Payton’s next move will be. But if and when he’s ready to return to the NFL, the league will be waiting for him.