Legendary sports columnist William C. Rhoden and sports writer & attorney Jamal Murphy talk sports on and off the court, including the intersection of sports, racism and politics.
Bill and Jamal talk Willie Mays on his 90th birthday, Black baseball, Knicks and more.
Jamal welcomes Atlanta Business Chronicle staff writer and former Atlanta Hawks beat writer Donnell Suggs to talk about the upstart Hawks.
Bill, Jamal and Judge Glenn Woods discuss the guilty verdict in the George Floyd murder trial and more.
Bill, Jamal and Bill's nephew Kyle Dudley talk the rising number of Black college basketball head coaches, Final Four recap, NBA Draft and more.
Bill and Jamal talk Final Four, Gonzaga's last second win over UCLA, men's and women's Final predictions, Kelvin Sampson, Adia Barnes and more.
Bill, Jamal and Steve talk Sweet 16 and Elite 8, Juwan Howard, Dawn Staley, Deshaun Watson and more.
Bill and Jamal talk NCAA Tournament, Black coaches, the NCAA's many issues and more.
Steve Wilson joins, as we talk COVID shutdown anniversary, Patrick Ewing guiding Georgetown to the NCAA Tournament and more.
Grassroots legend and ABIS founder Gary Charles discusses Creighton coach Greg McDermott's "plantation" comments and the proper response.
Bill and Jamal discuss Kyrie Irving's NBA logo statement, Renee Montgomery's role in the Atlanta Dream's new ownership group and more.
Judge Glenn Woods joins the pod as we look back at Ali/Frazier I after 50 years.
Jazz great Steve Wilson is back to talk Tom Brady's 7th Super Bowl win, the battle of the Black coordinators, Brooklyn Nets and much more.
ESPN Senior NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski joins the podcast and talks about his incredible career in sports journalism, how he became the premiere NBA insider, the loss of Sekou Smith and much more.
Former NFL All Pro running back and current NFL Network analyst Maurice Jones-Drew joins the pod and talks Deshaun Watson, Eric Bieniemy, Patrick Mahomes, next weekend's Super Bowl matchup and more.
NFL agent and Principal Founder and CEO of The Sports & Entertainment Group, Adisa Bakari, joins the podcast to talk about the unique vision of his sports agency, how Bill's book Forty Million Dollar Slaves has helped his clients, the NFL's Black coach and GM issues and much more.
The Undefeated writer Jesse Washington joins Bill and Jamal to talk about co-authoring John Thompson's autobiography, I CAME AS A SHADOW. The three also discuss the Nets' trade for James Harden and the new dynamic that will exist between Harden, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.
ESPN.com and The Undefeated Sr. writer Jason Reid joins to talk about the pro-Trump attempted insurrection of the Capitol, the NFL's Black coach and executive problem, NFL playoffs and more.
Musician Steve Wilson and Judge Glenn Woods join the podcast to wrap up the incredible year (for mostly negative reasons) that was 2020 and discuss what 2021 could and should bring.
Bill, Jamal and Eryn talk about COVID's impact on their holiday plans, the start of the NBA season, James Harden, the Brooklyn Nets, University of Florida basketball star Keyontae Johnson and more.
Attorney, writer, filmmaker and social justice warrior, Crystal McCrary, returns to the podcast and talks about her son Cole Anthony's journey to the NBA, her husband Ray McGuire's upcoming run for NYC Mayor and the parts she's played in both.
CEO of Strategic Impact, CNN commentator and host of the On One with Angela Rye podcast, Angela Rye joins us for a joint podcast. We talk 2020 Election, the Georgia Run-Offs, Athlete Activism and more.
SiriusXM NFL Radio's Solomon Wilcots joins the podcast and talks this year's NFL season, professional sports' enlightenment and much more.
Former NBA scout Khalid Green joins the podcast and talks NBA draft, Obi Toppin, LaMelo & LaVar Ball, COVID-19's impact on youth sports, his and Jamal's new podcast and more.
Bill's long time friend, Connecticut Superior Court judge Glenn Woods, joins the podcast and talks about the pandemic's impact on sports, the election, LeBron James, NBA players stepping up and more.
Bill, Jamal, Eryn and Bill's nephew Kyle Dudley give their post election thoughts, as well as thoughts on the NBA's Black coaching problem and more.
Bill and Jamal are joined by renowned saxophonist and friend of the show Steve Wilson. The three talk election night 2020.
Howard University head basketball coach Kenny Blakeney joins the podcast and talks his top recruit Makur Maker, what it means for Howard and HBCUs moving forward, how Blakeney's Washington, DC upbringing and playing at Duke has shaped him and much more.
Bleacher Report/TNT's Taylor Rooks joins the podcast and talks her career, covering the NBA Bubble, her Uncle Lou Brock and much more.
Bill and Jamal talk COVID-19's continued assault on college football, the NFL and our lives, Dak Prescott's injury, LeBron reaching GOAT status, MLB playoffs & more.
ESPN Senior Writer Zach Lowe joins the podcast and talks NBA Finals, the bubble & more.
Former #1 overall NBA draft pick, Greg Oden, joins the podcast and talks about advising young athletes on financial literacy, his unfulfilled NBA aspirations, being called a bust, NBA activism in the bubble, NBA Finals predictions and much more. Music by Steve Wilson
Bill and Jamal discuss Breonna Taylor and the Kentucky AG's recent announcement and Bill's brother Girard joins to talk about Gale Sayers, the Bears & more.
Bill, Jamal and Eryn talk Clippers, NBA playoffs, NFL, Big Ten and more.
Kavitha Davidson and Jessica Luther join the podcast to discuss their new book, Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back: Dilemmas of the Modern Fan, and Bill and Jamal talk NFL Week 1 in the midst of COVID-19.
The Atlanta Dream's Elizabeth Williams joins the podcast to talk WNBA protests for racial justice, life in the Wubble and what's next as far as athlete activism.
Grass roots basketball legend Gary Charles and former MLB player Bo Porter join the podcast to announce the launch of the newly established non-profit organization, Advancement of Blacks in Sports (ABIS), an organization which seeks to lead to racial, economic, and social justice in all aspects of sports.…
FS1's Rob Parker joins the podcast and talks about his distinguished career in journalism, his comments on RGIII that ended his time at ESPN, NBA playoffs in the bubble and much more.
ESPN NBA Countdown host and reporter, Maria Taylor, joins the podcast to talk about her career, the NBA bubble, NBA/WNBA protest, college football and more.
17-year veteran NBA referee Zach Zarba joins the podcast and talks about life in the NBA bubble, the competition level on the court, what it's like to officiate with no fans, NBA racial justice protest and much more.
Bill and Jamal talk WNBA activism, NBA bubble, college football and NFL options & more.
Renowned jazz musician Steve Wilson joins the podcast to talk NBA restart, the MLB season, HBCUs, the new jazz scene and much more.
Boston Globe Red Sox beat reporter Julian McWilliams joins the podcast to talk baseball's return this week, the 60-game season, MLB's new rules and Covid-19 protocols, player concerns, the lack of black MLB players and reporters and more.
NFL insider and reporter Josina Anderson joins the pod and talks Cam Newton to the Patriots, the upcoming NFL season, a possible name change for the team from Washington, DC, the state of sports journalism for women of color, Kaepernick's possible return and much more.Door Bill Rhoden On Sports (BROSpod)
The Athletic's David Aldridge joins the pod to talk NBA, MLB, NFL & college sports' return, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, Lebron James, Bubba Wallace and much more.Door Bill Rhoden On Sports (BROSpod)
ESPN's The Undefeated Cultural Critic and Pulitzer prize nominee, Soraya McDonald joins the pod to talk about the aftermath of the George Floyd protests, the significance of corporate statements supporting Black Lives Matter and anti racism, the NYT editorial page controversy, Donald Trump, where we go from here, and much more.…
Bill, Jamal and Eryn get the young white male perspective on the recent protests and whether this will result in real change. Three undergraduate students at Arizona State University, Harry Croton, Vaughan Jones and Alex Coil give us their thoughts.Door Bill Rhoden On Sports (BROSpod)
NY Times writer/reporter Kurt Streeter and jazz musician Steve Wilson join the pod to discuss the police murder of George Floyd, the aftermath in Minneapolis, the state of America, lessons from the Spanish Flu and more.Door Bill Rhoden On Sports (BROSpod)
The crew is joined by NFL Media's Jim Trotter and Global Sport Institute CEO, Kenneth Shropshire. They discuss recent changes to the NFL Rooney Rule, additional league resolutions, and what it all means as far as actual progress in the NFL coaching and decision-making ranks.They also debate Cam Newton's eventual landing spot, Tom Brady's impact in …
Bill, Jamal and Eryn are joined by Deadspin Senior Writer/Editor, Carron Phillips. They talk about the likelihood of the NBA, NFL and college football returning this year, the G-League threat to college basketball and the NCAA's adoption of new name, image and likeness rules.The four also discusses episodes 3 & 4 of The Last Dance, Jalen Hurts to t…