Bill Simmons is joined by Marc Stein of The New York Times to discuss NBA free agency and how, outside of two guys, no one is really sure where these players will end up. They speculate about landing spots for Kawhi Leonard, Kemba Walker, Al Horford, D’Angelo Russell, Jimmy Butler, Kevin Durant, and more (2:25). Then Bill calls up his dad to say farewell to Kyrie Irving one last time and briefly discuss the Celtics’ draft (1:00:00). Finally, Bill sits down with actor Michael K. Williams to discuss his new limited series on Netflix, When They See Us, based on the true story of the Central Park Five; becoming one of HBO’s most iconic characters, Omar Little; plus The Night Of, Boardwalk Empire, New York City gentrification, and much more (1:21:50).
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Bill Simmons and Stein discuss NBA free agency, plus a farewell to Kyrie Irving
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