Bill Simmons is joined by Black on the Air host Larry Wilmore to discuss the young L.A. Lakers under Luke Walton (6:00), George Gervin’s playground game (15:00), Blake Griffin’s goodbye (25:00), N.Y. traffic vs. L.A. traffic (34:00), the age of “agreement culture” (42:00), the power of differing opinions (50:00), and Kendrick Lamar’s accessibility (1:05:00). Then The Ringer’s Juliet Litman joins to discuss all things Bachelor (1:11:00).
Larry Wilmore on Good-Natured Hatred, the New-Look Lakers, and Segmented Audiences
And later, Juliet Litman joins to talk about the new season of ‘The Bachelor’
The difference in quality with the Dutch was not so much about technique or talent but poise and ruthlessness. Experience will fix that for this young U.S. core.
In which Mario Lopez plays a dancer named Billy Holiday (and NO ONE talks about it)