HBO’s Bill Simmons catches up with Pulitzer Prize winner Wesley Morris to discuss a possible Oscars boycott by black performers, Spike Lee (13:05), Hollywood’s real race problem (23:00), Chris Rock (32:00), Best Picture nominees (41:00), ‘Room’ (44:20), ‘The Revenant’ (50:00), the 2009 & 1999 Oscars (53:00) and ‘The Martian’ (1:08:00).
Source: Ep. 52: The 2016 Oscars with Wesley Morris
I watched all 20 minutes of the mush-mouthed, grotesque oration in support of the Republican frontrunner. Here, the anatomy of a very disturbing sceneHas the world known a greater horror than what it witnessed on Tuesday when Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump for president of the United States? I don’t…
Source: Apocalypse now: Sarah Palin's bizarre Trump endorsement analyzed
Zach talks to ESPN.com’s David Thorpe about Kevin Love’s issues in Cleveland, potential trades, Dwight Howard, DeMarcus Cousins, and more.
Source: The Lowe Post – David Thorpe
Attempts are up. Completions are up. Interceptions are down. All that and more makes it pretty clear to Bill Barnwell: What passed for “average” 30 ye…
Source: Rules have changed
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby break down the Cavaliers, the NFL playoffs and the problem with the change in your pocket.
Source: Jalen and Jacoby talk the Cavs, Warriors and NFL playoffs
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby breakdown the Cavaliers, the NFL playoffs and the problem with the change in your pocket.
Source: Jalen & Jacoby – The Cavaliers and NFL playoffs
Pittsburgh has one of the league’s most devastating offensive attacks, but will depth and roster construction cap its ceiling?
Source: Barnwell: Future outlook
Zach Lowe has his own set of rules for picking the hypothetical All-Star rosters, and that’s why DeMar DeRozan gets in over Dwyane Wade.
Source: ESPN Now
On today’s episode Andy & Chris discuss the new Showtime drama ‘Billions’, wonder if there’s too much TV that’s just good enough, (21:00), try to make sense of Oscars season (38:00) and plot career paths for Alicia Vikander, Tom Hardy, and Leo DiCaprio (46:00).
Source: Ep. 28: 'The Watch' w/ Chris Ryan & Andy Greenwald