The 'Jordan Era' was exclusively the most physical era of basketball we've ever seen
Chris Broussard breaks down the physical toughness of the NBA that he says existed exclusively during Michael Jordan's tenure in the league in reaction to part 9 of the 'Last Dance' documentary.
A hot cup of high-end coffee sounds like a delicious indulgence, but when it's brewed using beans digested by a wild cat, we're in territory that many people would describe as gross. Gross may also describe the insides of a rubber ducky bath toy that researchers cut open. Inside, they saw a brown layer of festering bacteria that included staph and strep. And officials near Detroit found a fatberg lurking beneath the streets. Fatbergs are giant, smelly masses of grease and waste. Irish Times columnist Fintan O'Toole tells Lawrence O'Donnell that people in Ireland are "genuinely feeling pity for the U.S." because Trump's mixed messaging and lack of leadership has made the U.S. the epicenter of the pandemic: "I don't think we've ever seen… a leader who has been active spreading a deadly virus, which is really what Trump has been doing." Aired on 04/29/2020. After celebrating Maria Taylor's birthday to start NBA Countdown, Jalen Rose, Jay Wiliams and Paul Pierce give their biggest takeaway from Episodes 7 and 8 of "The Last Dance." They also discuss (7:55) Michael Jordan's intensity and if there was someone they played with that was super competitive, or they wished was more intense.
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✔️ Dan Le Batard, Katie Nolan, and Bomani Jones break down the most interesting parts of the interview Howard Stern had with former New England Patriots, now current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.