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Bronny James’s Massive NIL Valuation, the Angel Reese–Caitlin Clark “Drama,” and Austin’s Thoughts on the New CBA

Austin and Pausha talk about Bronny James, both NCAA tournaments, and the evolution of the game

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Bryan Curtis on Jim Nantz’s Last Dance

Plus, 30 takeaways from the 2022-23 college basketball season

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‘NYNY’ Turns 2! Mets Struggle in Milwaukee, and Yankees Bats Slow Down.

Plus, Pittsburgh associate head coach Tim O’Toole talks UConn and the state of college basketball

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NCAA Tournament Wrap-Up, NBA Look-Ahead, and Masters Preview

House also shares his tips for attending the Masters

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The Improbability of UConn Hoops, Theo Epstein on Changing Baseball. Plus Ryen’s Solo Fantasy Baseball Draft.

Russillo shares his thoughts on the absurdity of UConn’s five men’s national championship wins since 1999

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The Huskies Enter Blue Blood Territory and More National Championship Reactions With J. Kyle Mann

The guys also talk Jim Nantz’s last dance and Adama Sanogo’s historic tournament

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National Championship Betting Preview

JJ previews the men’s national championship game between San Diego State and UConn and shares his favorite bets for the game

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Sit Your Punk Ass Down and Enjoy the Game

Jason gets into to the conversation surrounding Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese following LSU’s win over Iowa, what he saw from the White Sox and Cubs, and more

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LSU Had the Stars to Outshoot and Outshine Iowa’s Caitlin Clark

Kim Mulkey used the transfer portal to build LSU into a champion after just two years, and her biggest star, Angel Reese, upstaged Clark when it counted

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SDSU Survives, UConn Dominates, and More Final Four Thoughts With Bill Walton and J. Kyle Mann

Tate and J. Kyle Mann recap UConn rolling past Miami and San Diego State advancing past Florida Atlantic with a true buzzer-beater from Lamont Butler

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Winners and Losers of the Final Four

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark became a March Madness legend, while San Diego State gave us the first true buzzer-beater of the men’s NCAA tournament. Now that the championship game matchups are set, here are the winners and losers from the Final Four.

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Florida Atlantic Was Built for This—Whether the Rest of the NCAA Knew It or Not

The Owls’ Final Four run may seem surprising if you look at their gym, or their seeding, or their history. But this team—and a number of "Cinderellas" before them—has shown that sometimes, cohesion is more important than strength of schedule.

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Michael Jordan’s Hair Inspiration and the Pageantry of MLB’s Opening Day

Jason also explains why he’s more excited about the women’s Final Four than the men’s slate

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Part 2 of Hoops and Hops at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Plus, Dave, Chris, and Jeff Ma announce the ‘Dave Chang Show’ scavenger hunt competition: Las Vegas edition!

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Final Four Preview With Miami Coach Jim Larrañaga and J. Kyle Mann

Jim Larrañaga—men’s basketball head coach at the University of Miami—joins the show to discuss his team’s tournament run thus far, forward Norchad Omier, and more

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Final Four Preview, Jordan Hawkins Lovefest, and Who Helped or Hurt Their Draft Stock

KOC and J. Kyle Mann go through the Final Four and dissect the NBA potential of each team

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Elite Eight Recap, Play-in Watch, MLB Futures, and Way-Too-Early NFL Odds

The East Coast Bias boys also preview the March Madness Final Four and share their best bets of the night

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Winners and Losers of the Elite Eight

Forget about the blue bloods of college hoops—this March has been defined by underdogs. Here are the winners and losers from the Elite Eight as Miami, Florida Atlantic, San Diego State, and UConn formed the most surprising men’s Final Four ever.

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Hoops and Hops at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Dave, Chris, and Jeff Ma talk about the development of sports betting, Vegas becoming a sports hub, and some hidden food gems around Sin City

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Sweet 16, Elite Eight Recaps and An Opening Day Preview

Plus, Micheal Kay on Anthony Volpe being named Yankees starting shortstop

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A Mavs Tailspin, Luka’s Future, LeBron’s Feet, and Playoff Seed Dodgeball With Ryen Russillo

Plus, Bill and Ryen talk scariest Eastern play-in teams, the Warriors’ playoff hopes, the Grizzlies finding their groove, and more

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Elite Eight Recap: New Faces in Unfamiliar Places, Texas-Miami Thoughts, and Connecticut’s Unparalleled Dominance

They talk all things Elite Eight including Miami-Texas, Creighton-SDSU, Uconn-Gonzaga, and more

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Elite 8 Preview

JJ and SuperBook Sportsbook’s Art DiCesare handicap Texas-Miami and Creighton-San Diego State and look at the future odds for the Final Four and the National Championship

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Winners and Losers of the Sweet 16

As the men’s no. 1 seeds busted brackets, Miami enjoyed its best basketball day ever. Here are the winners and losers from the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16.

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Farewell to the No. 1 Seeds, Hello to a Historic Elite Eight, and More Sweet 16 Thoughts With J. Kyle Mann

Is this the most insane March Madness ever? Plus Alabama’s and Houston’s defeats and ranking the Elite Eight teams

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Sweet 16 and Elite Eight Leans. Plus, NBA Thoughts and Best Bets.

The East Coast Bias boys look back at the Sweet 16 games and preview the Elite Eight. Then they discuss who will avoid the play-in in the NBA.

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Markquis Nowell Went Home and Became a March Madness Legend

The Harlem native put on a show at Madison Square Garden, setting an NCAA tournament record with 19 assists and propelling Kansas State to the Elite Eight

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The Ultimate Kemba Candidate, UCLA-Zags Delivers Again, and FAU Makes History

Tate breaks down Gonzaga’s late-game heroics and recap’s FAU’s big win over Tennessee

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Men’s College Basketball Is in Its Upset Era

From Princeton and Fairleigh Dickinson this year to Florida Gulf Coast a decade ago, Cinderellas come from very different places. But there are common threads that have allowed these smaller, unheralded programs to shine in March.

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One Big Question for Each Men’s Sweet 16 Matchup

Can UCLA handle Drew Timme? Does Princeton have what it takes to keep up its Cinderella run? And can Texas run Xavier’s limited lineup off the floor? That and more ahead of the Sweet 16.

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Super Sweet 16 Preview With Ian Eagle, Cousin Sal, and Princeton HC Mitch Henderson

Plus, reacting to Rick Pitino as the new St. John’s head coach and talking updated Final Four odds

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Sweet 16 Preview, NBA Playoff Race Predictions, and Best Bets

The East Coast Bias boys review the opening weekend of March Madness, discuss the importance of home-court advantage in the Western Conference playoffs and pick which Eastern Conference teams will be in the play-in