HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons shares his idea for an NBA midseason tournament that could shorten the NBA regular season (3:05), before he is joined by Jason Concepcion to discuss the Knicks and Kyrie Irving getting booed in Boston (20:00). Then Bill sits down with actor Tim Robbins to discuss some of his films including Bull Durham, The Player, Mystic River, and The Shawshank Redemption, as well as his new film, Dark Waters. They also talk about political activism, legendary New York sports moments, and more (1:02:20).
Bill’s NBA Midseason Tournament Plan. Plus: Jason Concepcion on the Knicks and Kyrie, and a Tim Robbins Interview
Jason joins Bill to discuss the Knicks and Kyrie Irving getting booed in Boston before Tim Robbins sits down to discuss his new film, ‘Dark Waters,’ and more
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