The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Joe House for the latest Redraftables to revisit the 2004 NBA draft, which included Dwight Howard, Andre Iguodala, Luol Deng, J.R. Smith, and others. The two also discuss how Emeka Okafor’s, Al Jefferson’s, and Shaun Livingston’s careers all could have gone dramatically differently if not for injuries.
Dwight, Iguodala, and Deng: 2004 NBA Redraft
Bill and House review a draft that would end up including a lot of sliding-door careers
Spurred by the release of the show’s fourth season, Erika and Jo take a look at the various relationships throughout the series
Steve Mosko, who helped oversee ‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘Shark Tank,’ and ‘The Crown,’ stops in to discuss his career beginnings, the changing landscape of television, and nepo babies
Dame is headed to Milwaukee in a stunning three-team blockbuster, potentially solving both the Bucks’ present and future problems
Raheem is joined by Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe to discuss Jermell Charlo–Canelo Alvarez
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