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  • Alex Morgan & Abby Wambach

    Bill visits Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan as they train for the World Cup to discuss the evolution of women's soccer, how playing many sports at a young age helped them excel in soccer, and what you can do to help them bring the World Cup home.

  • Serge Ibaka

    Serge Ibaka sits down with Bill Simmons to discuss the documentary about his life, 'Son of the Congo'; his difficult path to the NBA; and what Russell Westbrook is really like.

  • Hulk Hogan

    Legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan stops by the studio to talk about the evolution of the sport, the time he spent in Japan, and tearing his biceps lifting Andre the Giant.

  • Wesley Morris

    Wesley Morris and Bill Simmons do a deep dive on the work of Margot Robbie and a deeper dive into the fashion of sports media personalities.

  • Horatio Sanz

    Horatio Sanz tells Bill Simmons what it was like working on 'SNL,' his dark period after leaving the show, and the launch of his new podcast.

  • Rembert Browne

    Rembert Browne tells Bill Simmons about his experience as part of a group of journalists selected to fly on Air Force One with President Obama to Selma, Alabama, for the president's speech marking the 50th anniversary of the historic civil rights marches across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

  • Baron Davis

    Baron Davis sits down with Bill Simmons to discuss his potential comeback to the court, his documentary filmmaking, and the horror of playing for Donald Sterling.

  • Ryen Russillo

    ESPN's Ryen Russillo sits down with Bill Simmons to talk about the Boston Celtics' playoff run, the drama in Cleveland, and who will be in the NBA Finals.

  • Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen A. Smith, & Rachel Nichols

    Jimmy Kimmel gives details about having President Obama on his show, Stephen A. Smith talks about the upcoming Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, and Rachel Nichols discusses her impressive career trajectory.

  • Charles Barkley

    Charles Barkley joins Bill Simmons to marvel at Kyrie Irving's 57-point performance, relive moments from Charles's career, and discuss who will win the NCAA and NBA championships.

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