John Harris and John Domokos finish their election road trip with a rain-sodden journey to Milton Keynes alongside enthusiastic young Labour activists, followed by a repeat visit to Stoke-on-Trent - where they watch the party's working class vote collapse, the endpoint of a story Anywhere But Westminster has been tracing for 10 years. But in among the electoral rubble, they find overlooked signs of a better future
Chauncey Billups joins Cassidy Hubbarth, Kendrick Perkins and Amin Elhassan to discuss the NBA's plan to open practice facilities, Michael Jordan, "The Last Dance," and his 2004 Detroit Pistons. Billups describes how he and the team found a way to stop Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers en route to an NBA title.
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✔️ Cassidy Hubbarth, Kendrick Perkins & Amin Elhassan are back for another edition of Hoop Streams. The crew debates Perk's controversial tweets about the greatest starting 5 of all time. Then, Jason Kidd joins the show to give his take on The Last Dance, shares what it was like to play with Michael Jordan in the 1998 All-Star game, and explains how the Mavericks won the 2011 NBA Finals.
✔️ Maria Taylor, Jalen Rose, Jay Williams and Paul Pierce discuss which team would've thrived in the NBA during the 90s if there were no Michael Jordan and Chicago Bulls. They also discuss (6:38) how Michael Jordan avoided taking a political stance during the 1990 U.S. Senate race in North Carolina and the games that NBA (15:14) players play while on the road.
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✔️ B.J. Armstrong speaks with Rachel Nichols on The Jump about Michael Jordan's intensity in practice, which was displayed in "The Last Dance." Armstrong discusses how (2:10) Scottie Pippen emerged as a superstar for the Chicago Bulls during the 1993-94 NBA season, as well as the ramifications of Pippen sitting out the final play of a playoff game vs. the New York Knicks. (3:04) Armstrong also tells the story of how a breakfast with Jordan in 1995, which helped lead MJ to end his first retirement.