Bill Simmons is joined by Cleveland Cavaliers forward and NBA champion Richard Jefferson to discuss training with the Walton family (8:00), Tim Duncan as a teammate (15:00), Jason Kidd’s dominance (23:00), the 2002 Eastern Conference finals (28:00), Kyrie’s scoring ability (33:00), the missed opportunities in the 2017 Finals (38:00), the more offensive-minded NBA (44:00), the 2004 Olympic debacle (52:00), Kevin Love’s room to improve (58:00), social media in the NBA (1:03:00), and living in Cleveland post-championship (1:10:00).
Richard Jefferson Thinks Social Media Helps Make the NBA Special
The Cavaliers forward joins Bill Simmons to reflect on his early NBA career, Kyrie’s departure, and his podcast sensation
KD did it his way, and it didn’t work. So he’s returning to an old formula: Durant will join a star-studded contender after the Nets and Suns struck a blockbuster deal before the trade deadline.
Johnny and Aneesa talk bog water and a savage carb-heavy eating challenge
Wednesday’s three-team trade may not shift the balance of power in the Western Conference, but it does spell the end of the Russell Westbrook experiment in L.A. and set the stage for the season’s stretch run
Jerry Ferrara on the Knicks, Raheem Mostert Talks Angry Runs, and How the Giants Close the Gap With Julian Love
The ‘Entourage’ actor joins to discuss New York sports
The guys talk Patrick Mahomes’s influence on the NFL and where Aaron Rodgers may play next season