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Max Homa on Goal Setting and How He Wants to Improve

House and Hubbard also talk Bryson DeChambeau and preview the Wyndham Championship

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Chris Cuomo, Reinventing the NBA Draft, and the Olympics Viewing Nightmare

Bryan and David unpack Chris Cuomo’s role at CNN amid sexual harassment allegations against his brother, talk through the reinvention of the NBA draft, and more

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Wrapping Up the Olympics, the ‘He’s All That’ Trailer, and ‘The Princess Diaries 2’

Plus, Liz, Kate, and Amelia discuss Lily James’s Pamela Anderson transformation

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Flag Football Could Be Coming to the Olympics. Yes, Really.

The idea of flag football in the Summer Games may seem completely absurd. However, the push to get this version of the sport in the 2028 Olympic program has already begun.

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USA-France, Disappearing Dame, Ben Simmons, and the Knicks With Wosny Lambre and Joe House

Plus: Fantasy football sleepers with Craig Horlbeck

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Karate Is Now an Olympic Sport. It’s Not What You Think.

It’s time to familiarize yourself with kata—and with a group of Olympians who put the art into martial arts

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Meet the Most Unlikely Two-Sport Athlete in Olympic History

There’s a small group of Olympians who’ve competed in both the Summer and Winter Games. But there’s never been anybody like Eddy Alvarez, the speedskating second baseman.

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Vashti Cunningham Is Raising the Bar

As a father, a coach, and a pastor, former NFL star Randall Cunningham has taught his high-jumping daughter everything he knows. Now, as she readies for her second Olympics, she’s jumping into her own.

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The Greatest Dynasty You Don’t Know Could Soon Get Even Better

Tokyo’s games feature plenty of remarkable teams, but Team USA women’s water polo might be the best of them

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What Scarlett Johansson vs. Disney Tells Us About the Movie Industry Right Now

Plus, the ‘House of Gucci’ Trailer and ‘The White Lotus’ Episode 4

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How U.S. Women’s Basketball Became a Dream Team Like No Other

Team USA’s women’s hoops dominance is more than just breathtaking. It’s a glimpse of a striking reality.

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For Two-Sport Olympic Hopeful Nathan Ikon Crumpton, the Finish Line Is Just the Beginning

The sprinter representing American Samoa finished last in his Tokyo heat, but the Winter Games—and his quest to also become an Olympian in skeleton—are just around the corner.

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Give Olympic Horses Their Damn Medals Already

It’s time to fix an egregious mistake and give the majestic horses in Tokyo the medals they deserve

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One Small Step for Mankind. Two Giant Jumps for JuVaughn Harrison.

No man has represented Team USA in both high jump and long jump since 1912—until now

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Simone Biles, NFL Training Camps, and Bob Costas on His New HBO Show

Bryan also talks to Costas about his famous interviews with Vince McMahon and his favorite parts of hosting the Olympics

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One Weight Lifter’s Transformative Journey to Achieving Her Olympic Quest

In 2018, weight lifter Mattie Rogers found out that her weight class wouldn’t be part of the Tokyo Games. To chase her Olympic dream, she had to go to extraordinary lengths.

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The Heroism of Simone Biles and Disappointment in Boosie

There’s also another installment of "What Were the Whites Thinking?" followed by some mailbag questions

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Hot Olympian Watch, ‘The Princess Diaries’ 20 Years Later, and Adam Driver Is a Centaur?

Plus, Lil Uzi Vert wants to buy a planet

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Simone Biles Is Both the Climber and the Mountain

The greatest gymnast of all time has always been defined by her strength. By withdrawing from the team and individual all-around events in Tokyo, she showed that strength in a new way—and keeps pushing the sport forward as a result.

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The Simone Biles Story and Why the “Twisties” Are So Dangerous

Rodger Sherman is joined by Emily Giambalvo to explain what caused Simone Biles to withdraw from competition at the Tokyo Olympics

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How to Win an Olympic Medal Without World-Class Athletic Skills

The rowers who don’t row may seem like the least impressive athletes at the Olympics. But one could be the key to preserving a Team USA dynasty.

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Olympics Story Lines and the Growing Excitement for the Summer Games

Plus, House and Hubbard critique the format of the Olympic golf tournament and discuss odds for the top competitors

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Bennifer’s Press Strategy, Scooter and Yael Braun Split, and Olympics Coverage

Plus, reacting to Alex Rodriguez reportedly yachting in the South of France near Bennifer

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DaBaby Wants to Be DaBadGuy, Plus Olympic Patriotism

Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay react to Da Baby’s recent comments during his Rolling Loud performance before they get into some Olympics talk and Levar Burton hosting ‘Jeopardy!’

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Handball Rules. Why Isn’t Team USA Good at It?

Handball is one of the coolest Olympic sports, but the U.S. is never a medal contender. Why hasn’t handball caught on in the States?

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What’s Going On With Team USA?

Plus: Can the Warriors land Bradley Beal?

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Watching the Olympics and Slate’s Josh Levin

Bryan and David discuss Olympics media coverage and preview Levin’s new podcast, ‘One Year’

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What Makes Simone Biles the Greatest of All Time?

Everyone knows that Simone Biles is the greatest gymnast of all time. But what truly sets her apart?

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It’s Déjà Vu for the Yankees. Can the Season Be Salvaged?

Plus, JJ discusses the MLB trade deadline and talks Team USA basketball

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Katie Ledecky Is About to Dominate the Olympics Like Never Before

Ledecky is already one of Team USA’s most decorated Olympians, but she’s never been able to swim her best event in the Summer Games. That’s about to change.

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The Rugby Star Whose Olympic Path Was Paved by YouTube

Carlin Isles joins Rodger to discuss the link that changed his life and his chances for an Olympic medal

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Cleveland’s New Team Name, Nelson Cruz to the Rays, and Previewing the Weekend’s Action

Plus: Rodger Sherman joins the show to discuss Olympic baseball and softball