The Ringer’s Bill Simmons reacts to the Raptors’ last-second victory over the Boston Celtics to bring the series to 2-1, as well as the Rockets’ Game 7 against the Thunder (1:13). Then Bill is joined by 3x NBA champion and Miami Heat member Andre Iguodala to discuss joining the Heat in February of 2020; playing with teammates like Duncan Robinson, Tyler Herro, Bam Adebayo, and Jimmy Butler; the toughest NBA players he ever had to guard; pausing the playoffs and the large player meeting that followed; and the U.S. Open, PGA Tour, and more (15:38). Then Bill talks with Bakari Sellers and Van Lathan about the 2020 presidential election, fighting for social justice in America, the coronavirus pandemic, and more (1:06:20). Finally, Bill remembers the great Tom Seaver by reading an essay he wrote about him in 2001 titled “Do I Have Anything Left?” (2:05:50)
Featuring Andre Iguodala, Van Lathan, and Bakari Sellers. Plus: RIP, Tom Seaver.
Andre Iguodala discusses joining the Heat, the toughest NBA players he’s ever had to guard, and more. Then, Bakari and Van join Bill to talk about the 2020 presidential election, fighting for social justice in America, and more.