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Sue Bird on Life After Basketball, What It’s Like Playing Overseas, and Where the WNBA Is Headed

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Brittney Griner Released From Russia, and Van Jones Apologizes

Plus, Van and Rachel discuss the internet’s claiming Kenya Barris has an obsession

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Cheers to Expectations, Plus Domonique Foxworth on Justin Fields, and Roy Wood Jr. Talks About His Comedy Career

Jason also talks about Josh Allen and the Bills beating down the Rams

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Becky Hammon Is the WNBA’s Coaching Ace

Bypassed for NBA head coaching jobs, the former San Antonio Spurs assistant is thriving in the WNBA, and has led a stacked Las Vegas Aces squad to the WNBA Finals

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The Sky’s the Only Limit in Chicago’s Sports Scene

Plus, Lomas Brown with a Lions preview

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Sylvia Fowles’s Final Ride and the Last Days of a Legend

The Minnesota Lynx star’s final season hasn’t gone exactly according to plan, but the future Hall of Famer is still cherishing every little moment—and lesson—before she walks away from the game she relentlessly dominated for 15 years

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Not Much to Say About the Sox, and Cubs’ Future With Meghan Montemurro

Plus, decoding the Bears with Josh Schrock

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A Deep Dive Into the Deshaun Watson Suspension and Brittney Griner’s Sentence

Plus, Van and Rachel discuss the federal charges against Breonna Taylor’s killers

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The Safer America Plan, Plus Inflation Reduction With Marc Goldwein

Van and Rachel also go over the latest news regarding Brittney Griner and a potential prisoner exchange and Kyler Murray’s contractually obligated study

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The Put Your Shoes On Challenge, and Jill Biden on Tacos

Plus, Van and Rachel talk about the concern growing around Orlando Brown and his Bow Wow comments, and LeBron questioning Brittney Griner wanting to return to the U.S.

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Putting Sports in Perspective, Plus a Conversation with Iman and Ahrii Shumpert

Jason also talks the WNBA All-Star game and White Sox baseball

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Congressional Twerking and a Diaspora Discussion

Plus, Van and Rachel give an update on the Brittney Griner situation

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Be Better. Plain and Simple.

Jason expresses his feelings and emotions following the mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, before discussing discuss Brittney Griner’s imprisonment in Russia

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Is There Anything Fun After Four Hours?

Plus, Ricky O’Donnell joins the show to preview the Bulls offseason, expectations for draft night, and the ongoing rumors linking Rudy Gobert to the Bulls

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Sue Bird Wears Many Hats

Sue discusses the state of the "W," her experience so far broadcasting, and what it was like to be in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition

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Gambling in the NFL and Brittney Griner’s Detainment

Plus, Van and Rachel talk about Jemele Hill’s tweets on the belittling of Black women in podcasts and sticky bangs

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The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and DJ Akademiks on Misinformation

Plus, there’s a breakdown of the disparity between the WNBA and NBA

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The Bulls Better Buckle Up for This West Coast Trip

Plus, WNBA Finals MVP Kahleah Copper

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Sue Bird on the Growth of the WNBA, Retirement, and How Officiating Changes Gameplay

Plus, Ryan discusses how the NBA rule changes have affected gameplay this season

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The Unsung Heroes of the WNBA Finals

The series between the Phoenix Mercury and Chicago Sky is led by Diana Taurasi and Candace Parker. Here are the other players making their presence felt.

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Sox Win and Stay Alive! Plus, Did the Bears Find Their Winning Formula?

Jason reacts to the big White Sox win before answering listener mail and giving props to Justin Fields and the Bears

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A’ja Wilson on Cultivating Her Mental Health, the Upcoming WNBA Season, and More. Plus: The Talen Horton-Tucker Wars Continue

A’ja also talks about Liz Cambage being back with the Aces, when the candles from her company, Burnt Wax, will be restocked, and more

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Rebecca Lobo on the WNBA’s 25th Season and Being a Sports Parent

The WNBA legend joins the show to discuss how far the WNBA has come, what she’s most excited for this season, and more

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Breanna Stewart Finds New Perspective Atop the World

The WNBA’s best player (ever?) isn’t satisfied with just MVP trophies and championships. After a career-threatening and life-altering injury, Stewie wants more. Which is why she’s continuing her pursuit of history, whether it’s through basketball, sneakers, or her newfound voice.

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The Biggest Story Lines Heading Into the 2021 WNBA Season

The WNBA season officially tips off Friday, which means it’s time to look at the contenders and pretenders, stars in new homes, and the young players who could shock the league in 2021

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An Exhaustive Power Ranking of the New WNBA Jerseys

The WNBA released new threads on Thursday, and they’re incredible. But which are the best?

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Steph Curry Proves He’s Still on Top. Plus: Nikola Jokic’s MVP Case and the New WNBA Kits.

Logan and Raja take a Thursday to catch up themselves, getting into the Warriors-Bucks game that Logan attended, Jokic’s MVP case and what makes Aaron Gordon such a special role player, and the newly fired-up WNBA kits

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Magic Johnson on Sports Team Ownership, the Showtime Lakers, March Madness, and the NBA Season

Bakari also talks to Magic about his career after basketball

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Nneka Ogwumike on Playing Overseas, What She’s Learned As President of the Players Association, and Being a Stanford Legend

CC and Ryan kick off this week’s episode by talking about the Super Bowl before they are joined by WNBA champion and MVP Nneka Ogwumike

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Renee Montgomery on Her Activism As an Athlete and Sitting Out the 2020 Season

Plus, CC slings heat about Matthew Stafford and the Nets before he and Ryan discuss their Super Bowl bets—and what will happen if they lose

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Q&A: A’Ja Wilson on Her MVP Follow-up and What Her Legacy Will Be

With star Chelsea Gray now joining her on the Las Vegas Aces, Wilson looks ahead to another possible Finals run and reflects on her work on the WNBA’s social-justice council

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The Seattle Storm Remain a Force to Be Reckoned With

On Tuesday night, the Storm earned their fourth WNBA championship and second in the past three years. And don’t expect Breanna Stewart and Co. to stop here.

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A New Class of WNBA Stars Got Next

As Sue Bird vies for her record-tying fourth title, the next wave of stars led by Sabrina Ionescu is ready to take over the league—and, perhaps, bring the women’s game to a whole new audience

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Breaking Down the Most Important Matchups of the WNBA Finals

The Storm and Aces square off on Friday night in Game 1 of their championship series. Will A’ja Wilson and Co. be able to cap off an amazing season? Or will Sue Bird and Seattle win yet another title?

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The Nasty, Brutal, Beautiful Triumph of A’ja Wilson and the Las Vegas Aces

The deciding Game 5 against the Connecticut Sun was basically a 40-minute-long torture scene. But the Aces came out of it alive, and now they’re in the WNBA Finals.