Doc continues in the Cedars-Sinai Studios and retells his thoughts about mentoring in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes Dr. Jason Cohen who talks about the mentoring program at Cedars-Sinai for future doctors. The Weekend Warrior Clinic re-opens for listeners.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 8/10W 124-121
- 8/13L 136-122
- 8/18L 100-93
- 8/20W 111-88
- 8/22W 116-108
- 8/24W 135-115
- 8/29W 131-122
- 9/4L 112-97
- 9/6W 117-109
- 9/8W 112-102
- 9/10W 110-100
- 9/12W 119-96
- 9/18W 126-114
- 9/20W 105-103
- 9/22L 114-106
- 9/24W 114-108
- 9/26W 117-107
- 9/30W 116-98
- 10/2W 124-114
- 10/4L 115-104
- 10/6W 102-96
- 10/9L 111-108
- 10/11W 106-93
- Full Schedule
Doc opens talking about the mentorship in sports, art and medicine. Doc uses the examples of Dionne Warwick, Whitney Houston, Phil Jackson, Red Holzman and his guest Dr. Jason Cohen. The Weekend Warrior Clinic opens for listeners.
Richard Jefferson HOSTING with Kendrick Perkins, Amin Elhassan and Brian Windhorst discussing the latest in the NBA.
The panel discusses the league moving towards starting next season around Christmas, with or without fans and more NBA topics. Plus, the crew plays a round of Jump Ball, Something-Nothing-Or Everything and the league's reaction to NBA 2K ratings.
First Take 2nd Hour: Tim Tebow on the weekend's biggest games, agents are jealous of LeBron & Klutch Sports, plus, was Daniel Jones' 80-yard run embarassing?
Stephen A. & Max debate what a win would mean for the Cowboys, Tim Tebow joins to talk this weekend's biggest games, anonymous agents are jealous of LeBron, Rich Paul, and Klutch Sports, plus, was Daniel Jones' 80-yard run embarrassing?
The Los Angeles Lakers Executive VP and GM Rob Pelinka on The Woj Pod: Inside the championship season, LeBron James and Anthony Davis, Kobe and Gigi Bryant, Magic Johnson, chasing big free agents, growing on job and much more.
Sportscenter anchor Stan Verett calls in and talks west coast sports. ESPNLA's own Greg Bergman joins the show and gets deep into Dodgers talk. Plus, Kap says this season was the MLB's best season ever.
The Rams look to learn from their loss to the Niners on a short week and prepare for a Monday night matchup with the Chicago Bears.
The panel discusses the latest in the NBA as the coaching carousel rounds out. Best fit for the Twolves first overall pick and gauging the Warriors ceiling for next season. Plus, Rachel sits down with Ty Lue for a convo and much more NBA topics.
The Lakers star often called himself a Yankees fan, even rooting against his hometown Indians. But then the Indians were in the World Series and LeBron was there for them. Is he now wearing Dodger blue?
California will allow fans to attend outdoor professional sporting events in areas at less risk for the coronavirus, it was announced on Tuesday.
The panel discusses whether Giannis should sign the supermax deal with the Bucks, what changes for James Harden and the Rocket post-Morey, and landing spots for Danilo Gallinari and Andre Drummond. Plus, guest segments with Nick Nurse and Darius Bazley!
Kirk Morrison calls in and goes through this weekend's NBA headlines with Kap. Scotty has another Costco story. Plus, GEETER Chris McGee calls in to talk more Lakers.
ESPN's MLB sportscaster Matt Vasgersian joins Kap and talks about the Dodgers' return to the World Series. Kap ran an "off the couch iron man" over the weekend, and he's feeling it. Plus, Dodger home run record holder, Eric Karros joins the show.
Minnesota sports columnist and radio personality Sid Hartman, an old-school home team booster who once ran the NBA's Minneapolis Lakers and achieved nearly as much celebrity as some of the athletes he covered, died Sunday. He was 100.
Jeremy is joined be Bernie Kosar, Teddy Atlas, Terence Moore, Howard Bryant, Nancy Lieberman and Dan Le Batard on his final live show.
The Lakers just won the title, but how is next season shaping up? Here's a way-too-early look at where the champs and all 30 teams stand ahead of 2020-21.
Doc continues in the Cedars-Sinai Studios and retells his thoughts about the power of the wheelchair in sports, art and medicine. Doc welcomes David Davis who talks about the injured soldiers who fought in WWII, still wanting to be active and creating the sport of wheelchair basketball chronologued in his book 'Wheels of Courage.' The Weekend Warrior Clinic re-opens for listeners.
Doc opens talking about the power of the wheelchair in sports, art and medicine. Doc uses the examples of Dodger Roy Campanella, Quincy Jones' Ironside theme, and guest David Davis' 'Wheels of Courage' book. The Weekend Warrior Clinic opens for listeners.
The panel reacts to the fallout of Ty Lue signing with the Clippers and Daryl Morey leaving the Rockets, Spencer Dinwiddie joins the show and much more NBA topics.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the impact of Le’Veon Bell signing with the Chiefs, Ty Lue agreeing to become the Clippers head coach, Russell Westbrook’s future in Houston and Sunday's Packers vs. Bucs game. Plus, Raptors head coach Nick Nurse stops by the show.