The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter to talk about the upcoming 2020 Celtics postseason, the Westbrook-Durant era in Oklahoma City, and his time on the Knicks and Trail Blazers (3:10) Later, Kanter opens up about fighting for freedom, democracy, and human rights in Turkey (49:55). Then Johnny Bananas joins the show fresh off establishing his legacy as The Challenge GOAT after winning The Challenge: Total Madness. They discuss this past season, conspiracy theories, the best season of all time, and ideas for the future of the show (1:08:40).
Enes Kanter and Johnny Bananas
Enes Kanter discusses the 2020 postseason and fighting for human rights in Turkey before Johnny Bananas talks about winning ‘The Challenge: Total Madness,’ and more
Cris Collinsworth on New Partners, a Bengals Super Bowl, John Madden’s Legacy, and the Fate of the Collinsworth Slide
The longtime broadcaster breaks down his three-decade career
Puck’s legal expert, Eriq Gardner, joins Matt to discuss Dominion Voting Systems’ lawsuit against Fox News, which states that Fox aired false, far-fetched, and exaggerated claims about Dominion and its supposed role in helping steal votes from Donald Trump
Joy discusses her radio journey, how she handles the double standards in the industry, working with Colin Cowherd, and the national perspective of Chicago sports