HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Bryan Curtis and The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Gay to discuss sportswriters of old, Twitter’s role in changing the media landscape, unhappy players, James Dolan and other curious team owners, the college admissions scandal, the greatest sports books, and more.
The Sports Repodders on James Dolan, Dan Jenkins, and More
Bill Simmons, Bryan Curtis, and The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Gay also discuss the best sports books and Twitter’s role in changing the media landscape
The Netflix hit risked becoming the story of a guy who literally and repeatedly gets away with murder. In Season 3, there’s room to evolve.
Cleveland came into this season still uncertain about the team’s future with Mayfield. Now, six games in and with Mayfield out this week, the team seems to have more questions than answers.
The auteur’s new film is what you’ve come to expect from his films: a quirky, beautiful, ensemble affair with a heart lurking beneath all its stylistic flourishes
An expanded Champions League format will take effect in 2024 and FIFA is pushing a biennial World Cup. Neither entity understands that scarcity is what will make each competition feel more special.
Bill and House discuss the Season 7 episode
Ed and Bananas discuss the shift from pairs to teams and recent competitions