The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by sports analyst and former NBA player Jalen Rose to discuss More Than a Vote, a nonprofit organization championing voting rights created by LeBron James, Skylar Diggins-Smith, Jalen, and other current and former pro basketball players (2:10). Then Bill, Chris Ryan, and Joe House revisit the 2006 NBA draft and discuss some of its subplots, comedy, and legends before redrafting the top 14 lottery picks (33:55). Finally, Bill talks to writer-director Judd Apatow to discuss family life in quarantine; directing his daughter in his new film, The King of Staten Island; working with Pete Davidson and Steve Buscemi; early-2000s comedies; casting movies; and more (1:56:20).
Jalen Rose, Judd Apatow, and the 2006 NBA Redraftables
Sports analyst and former NBA player Jalen Rose joins to discuss More Than a Vote, a nonprofit organization championing voting rights
Jason recaps Chicago’s loss to Cleveland
The Ravens kicker booted a 66-yard, walk-off field goal to further cement himself as the greatest kicker in NFL history
Larry is joined by Washington Post journalist Craig Whitlock to talk about his new book ‘The Afghanistan Papers’
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