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Congrats to Kansas, Playoff Standings, and Gearing Up for a Wild Finish in the NBA

Verno and KOC dive into the wild stat about Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert, discuss whether there’s any hope for the Lakers as they fight for the final playoff spot in the West, and more

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It’s OK to Love College Basketball and the NBA, Wilt vs. Russell Stories, and What’s Next for LeBron With Jackie MacMullan. Plus, Author Michael Lewis.

Michael comes on to talk about some of his books, including ‘The Premonition,’ ‘The Fifth Risk,’ ‘Losers: The Road to Everyplace but the White House,’ ‘Moneyball: The Art of Winning,’ and more

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National Championship Recap, NBA Picks for Tuesday, and MLB Over/Unders

Plus, JJ and Joe take a brief look at the Masters

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Kansas Made the Greatest Comeback in National Title Game History Look Easy

The Jayhawks mastered the art of devastating their opponents in short bursts. Now their legacy will live on forever.

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South Carolina Dominated the National Championship in Style

Dominance in sports can be boring. But in their victory, the Gamecocks proved that even a team that crushes their opponent night after night can create unique moments that you need to witness.

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Men’s National Championship Preview

JJ is joined by Alex Plavin to talk about how they landed on their futures of North Carolina and Kansas and predict the winner for tonight’s matchup

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‘New York, New York’ Turns 1 and Biggest X Factors for Mets and Yankees

Plus, Tim O’Toole joins the show to discuss the Final Four and Coach K’s legacy

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Most College Basketball Careers End With a Loss. But Nobody’s Has Ended Like Coach K’s.

Duke-UNC was a Final Four matchup for the ages. And in the end, a rookie coach trumped a legend—and Coach K went out at the hands of his underdog rivals.

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Final Four Betting Guide. Plus, Friday NBA Teasers and Early NFL Futures

Plus, JJ and House take an early look at NFL win totals

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The Duke-UNC Matchup of the Millennium Is Upon Us. Here’s What You Need to Know.

For the first time ever, the Blue Devils and Tar Heels will face off in the men’s NCAA tournament. The stakes are even higher than you imagine.

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Arizona Fails to Adjust, Duke-UNC Hype, and a Life Update From Jonathan Tjarks

Plus, breaking down the historic significance of UNC and Duke’s first NCAA tournament matchup

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The End of the Peacocks’ Run and Kyrie’s Return to Barclays

Plus, talking Yankees and Mets at spring training and Zach Braziller joins the show to preview the Final Four

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Vuc’s Importance, Enjoying This Year’s Madness, and Bulls Fandom With Lil Rel

Plus, reacting to Deshaun Watson’s introductory press conference with the Browns

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Winners and Losers of the Elite Eight

Blue bloods take New Orleans, the Saint Peter’s Cinderella run comes to an end, and North Carolina and Duke set up their first NCAA men’s tournament matchup

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Weekend College Hoops Picks

JJ recaps Friday’s Sweet 16 action and looks ahead to the weekend

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Winners and Losers From the Sweet 16

Saint Peter’s cemented the greatest Cinderella run ever, Gonzaga ruined our brackets again, and Duke and North Carolina could be headed for one of the biggest showdowns in college basketball history. Let’s break it all down.

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Saint Peter’s Is a Miracle

The Peacocks aren’t just a generational underdog story, they’re in the Sweet 16 after beating a system specifically designed to defeat them. We traveled to Jersey City to better understand the odds that this small MAAC team has overcome.

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Coach K’s Last Stand, the Tyreek Trade + the Jimmy-Spo Zapruder Film

Featuring Tyler Parker’s NBA Characters of the Year

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Coach K Is Leaving College Basketball. College Basketball Is Leaving the Era of Coach K’s.

Perhaps more than any other sport, college hoops has long been defined by its long-tenured and legendary head coaches. Is Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski the last of his kind?

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Analyzing the NBA Draft and March Madness With Titus and Tate

KOC is joined by Mark Titus and Tate Frazier to discuss Jabari Smith Jr., Chet Holmgren, and the NBA draft prospects no one is talking about

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Sweet 16 Breakdown

JJ is joined by Art DiCesare and Mike Carver to discuss their favorite picks and make revisions to their Final Four predictions

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The Worst Kentucky Loss Ever, Chet Holmgren Under Pressure, and More Tournament Reactions

J. Kyle Mann and Jonathan Tjarks also preview their favorite upcoming matches on the bracket

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NCAA Tournament Favorites, Sweet 16, and NBA Picks for Tuesday

After surveying Tuesday’s NBA card, JJ and Joe make family plays on the Knicks-Hawks and Bulls-Bucks games

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Peacock Magic, Yankees Whiff on More FAs and the Knicks’ Playoff Window Closed

JJ recaps the opening weekend of March Madness, including the run of St. Peters, before discussing what free agency moves in the American League mean for the Yankees

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The Chet Holmgren Hard-to-Evaluate Hall of Fame and Other Lottery-Related Madness Subplots With Ryen Russillo

Plus, Bill and Ryen discuss the new list of NBA title contenders in the Eastern Conference

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Ryan Poles Has Not Started the Clock and Cubs Fans Face a New Reality

Plus, Patrick Williams returns, and God bless the NCAA tournament

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Winners and Losers of the Second Round of March Madness

The Peacocks are here to stay. The defending champs are going home. And the most outrageous sequence in NCAA tournament history is ready to be parsed. Let’s break it all down.

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Who’s to Blame for the Lakers’ Disastrous Season

Plus, breaking down Coach K’s legacy at Duke with Sabreena Merchant

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Round of 32 Picks

JJ and Michael Fliegelman discuss their picks for Saturday and Sunday of the NCAA tournament

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Winners and Losers of the First Round of March Madness

The start of the 2022 NCAA tournaments was good for Peacocks, Spiders, and dominant defensive performances. It was not good for John Calipari and Kentucky.

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The Festival of Missed Jump Shots Returns, Maddie Lee on the State of the Cubs’ Rebuild, and the Bulls’ Free Fall

Plus, Jason discusses the reshaping of the Bears’ roster under Ryan Poles and how the Davante Adams trade affects the NFC North

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The Determination of Destiny

No. 1 South Carolina’s biggest X factor shows up when it matters most, largely because the big moments she stares down on the hardwood pale in comparison to what she’s endured in real life