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From ESPN comes daily sports podcast unlike anything now available in sports. The ESPN Daily podcast brings you the stories, interviews and analysis that only ESPN can provide. Produced by the award-winning team behind Outside the Lines and E:60, the ESPN Daily podcast will take a deep dive into a specific event or issue in sports, using ESPN's unmatched resources and deep roster of reporters, producers and commentators. The ESPN Daily podcast posts episodes every Monday through Friday morning. Subscribe now wherever you listen to podcasts.

From ESPN comes daily sports podcast unlike anything now available in sports. The ESPN Daily podcast brings you the stories, interviews and analysis that only ESPN can provide. Produced by the award-winning team behind Outside the Lines and E:60, the ESPN Daily podcast will take a deep dive into a specific event or issue in sports, using ESPN's unmatched resources and deep roster of reporters, producers and commentators. The ESPN Daily podcast posts episodes every Monday through Friday morning. Subscribe now wherever you listen to podcasts.
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From ESPN comes daily sports podcast unlike anything now available in sports. The ESPN Daily podcast brings you the stories, interviews and analysis that only ESPN can provide. Produced by the award-winning team behind Outside the Lines and E:60, the ESPN Daily podcast will take a deep dive into a specific event or issue in sports, using ESPN's unmatched resources and deep roster of reporters, producers and commentators. The ESPN Daily podcast posts episodes every Monday through Friday morning. Subscribe now wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Episodes

Like Father, Like Son? What LeBron's Legacy Means for Bronny James

12/13/2019
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LeBron James has turned basketball on its head, from the moment he first stepped onto the court. His son, Bronny, is currently a high school NBA prospect. But how much has basketball changed since LeBron got his start - and how much has he paved the way for his son to succeed...or to fail? ESPN's Brian Windhorst joins Mina Kimes to get an inside look at the lives and careers of LeBron and Bronny James, the nature of fame, and the impact of sports on family.

Duration:00:21:19

Heisman Heist: How O.J. Simpson's Trophies Were Lost, Stolen, and Found

12/12/2019
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After O.J. Simpson won the Heisman Trophy in 1968, two statues were made: one for Simpson, and one for his alma mater, USC. However, following Simpson's infamous murder trial, both trophies went missing. What happened to O.J.'s Heismans? ESPN's Ryan McGee joins Mina Kimes to share the true story that involves a heist gone wrong, an auction gone right, nameplate switches, legal battles and more.

Duration:00:26:27

Knicks, Nixed: The Future of the New York Knicks with David Fizdale's Firing

12/11/2019
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The New York Knicks' former head coach David Fizdale is just the latest in a series of coaches and front office types who have tried in vain to turn things around at Madison Square Garden. It is a tempting challenge, however, to become the legendary figure who brings back the Knicks' glory. ESPN NBA insider Ramona Shelburne joins Mina Kimes to discuss Fizdale and what it might take to break the Knicks' two decades of failure.

Duration:00:21:41

The Harden Puzzle: How Houston Rockets Star James Harden Confounds NBA Defenses

12/10/2019
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James Harden's basketball strengths are varied and, for a defense trying to guard him, frustrating. Now, teams are trying something different against the Houston Rockets' versatile star. ESPN senior writer Zach Lowe joins Mina Kimes to measure Harden's impact on the league this season and to discuss effective ways to stop him.

Duration:00:20:42

Touchdowns and Tigers: 49ers/Saints Offensive Showdown and LSU is No. 1

12/9/2019
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The NFL playoffs don't start for another month, but Sunday's 49ers-Saints offensive explosion definitely had an electric playoff feel. ESPN senior writer Bill Barnwell joins Mina Kimes to break down what led to a blockbuster 90-plus point game in New Orleans. Then, ESPN college football reporter Heather Dinich shares an inside look at the college football team rankings, joining us from the scene of the committee's Selection Day in Texas.

Duration:00:23:17

One Conference to Rule Them All: Does the SEC Have Too Much Influence?

12/6/2019
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On Saturday, LSU faces Georgia for the SEC Championship. A Georgia win would most likely earn both teams a trip to the College Football Playoff, and leave the Big 12 and Pac-12 champions on the outside looking in. But should one conference have so much influence? ESPN's Paul Finebaum takes a look at the matchup, and weighs in on who deserves to be in.

Duration:00:23:30

Inside the NHL's Alleged Head Coaching Abuses

12/5/2019
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After an NHL head coach got fired, an unexpected outpouring began - with players speaking out on alleged psychological and physical abuses, and also racist remarks from coaches. Given all that's been aired, what's next for the league? ESPN hockey writer Emily Kaplan joins Mina Kimes to break down the culture around the allegations, and what it all means for a sport trying to grow its fan base.

Duration:00:19:58

The Dawn of Luka Doncic

12/4/2019
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Luka Doncic is having an electric second season in the NBA. He's even in the running for the MVP at just 20 years old. But what makes last season's Rookie of the Year so dominant on the court - and why did the skeptics underestimate him? NBA Draft analyst Mike Schmitz joins Mina Kimes to examine Luka's career so far, and what his ascent means for the rest of the NBA.

Duration:00:21:21

Where Does Cam Newton Go From Here?

12/3/2019
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*NOTE: We recorded this episode before news broke that the Panthers are letting go of head coach Ron Rivera.* Cam Newton's season got put on hold following a foot injury this year, and now the quarterback's future with the Carolina Panthers seems up in the air. But there are plenty of teams that could benefit from Newton's unique blend of athleticism and leadership. ESPN Senior NFL Writer Jeremy Fowler joins Mina Kimes to explore Newton's memorable football life and what the Panthers could...

Duration:00:21:22

Is Tom Brady Slipping? And Who Even Wants to Win the NFC East?

12/2/2019
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After the Texans upset the Patriots we have to ask (again): is it real this time? Is Tom Brady slipping? Host Mina Kimes and ESPN Senior Football Writer Bill Barnwell turn to the numbers for answers. Then, after the Eagles fell to the Dolphins and the Cowboys lost to the Bills, another pressing question: does any team really want to win the NFC East?

Duration:00:24:15

College Football Rivalry Week + "Behold the NHL Dentist" Replay

11/29/2019
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It's Rivalry Week in the world of college football! Mina Kimes discusses the unique nature of the bowl system - more than 30 games and we haven't even reached the peak ones. Then: a replay of our story where we enter the world of NHL dentists - the brave heroes who attempt to put hockey players' notorious grins back together. ESPN writer Dave Fleming takes Mina on a gory, grueling journey of mouth molds, chiclets, emergency surgery and more tales of dental hockey horror.

Duration:00:15:28

Thanksgiving Special: NFL Turkey Day Preview + "The Great NBA Heist" Replay

11/28/2019
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Thanksgiving Day NFL games are a tradition unto themselves. Mina Kimes previews the matchups and offers a special appreciation for...Frank Gore. The Buffalo Bills running back just passed Barry Sanders for third in the all-time rushing yards record. Then: it was the perfect crime, and a rising star executive with the Sacramento Kings almost got away with it. ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz explains how an up-and-coming NBA sales guy defrauded the team out of $13 million - and how he got caught by an...

Duration:00:26:15

Drop the Gloves? Hockey Fighting Hits Historic Lows

11/27/2019
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NHL hockey is notorious for gnarly fights on the ice. But we're seeing those brawls less and less. ESPN NHL insider Greg Wyshynski joins Mina Kimes to tell you why fewer players are dropping the gloves, how the game itself is moving toward a different style of play, and what that means for the future of the sport.

Duration:00:17:01

Hilinski's Hope: One Family's Football Story

11/26/2019
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University of South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski has been one of college football's biggest surprises this season. But as Ryan sees success, the family continues to mourn the loss of the older brother, Tyler -- also a college quarterback, for Washington State -- who died by suicide in 2018. ESPN's Jen Lada shares her extensive interviews with the Hilinskis for E:60, documenting the family's tough decisions about football, and their path to hope.

Duration:00:21:57

Stop and Go: 49ers Rebuild Defense and Lamar Jackson Seems Unstoppable

11/25/2019
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The 49ers defense has the rest of the NFC on notice after a dominant win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. But how did SF's defense get this good, this fast? ESPN NFL Insider Bill Barnwell joins the show to explain the Niners' dynamic defense. Then - Mina and Bill try to answer a question that's got the entire NFL scratching their heads, and that the LA Rams face on Monday Night Football: can Lamar Jackson be stopped?

Duration:00:23:53

Get a Grip! NFL QB Secrets to Handling the Pigskin

11/22/2019
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It seems so basic. And yet, it can reveal so much - how an NFL quarterback holds the ball. ESPN Senior Writer David Fleming talked to some of the league's top signal callers to find out their preferences, their quirks, and the unique stories behind their grips.

Duration:00:21:28

Beyond the Helmet Hit: Who is Myles Garrett?

11/21/2019
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After appealing his suspension for hitting Steelers QB Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet, Browns DE Myles Garrett awaits the NFL's next decision. In extensive interviews done before this violent incident, ESPN's Ryan Smith gained unprecedented insight into Myles Garrett's personality and life off the field for a profile on E:60. Smith joins Mina Kimes for a closer look at Garrett, and the culture of aggression in the NFL.

Duration:00:21:59

Stealing the Signs: How Allegations Against the Astros Could Change Baseball

11/20/2019
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Major League Baseball has promised a thorough investigation into the Astros' stealing of pitching signs during their 2017 championship run, using a live video feed and...trash cans. At the owners meetings, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said there is no reason to expand the case to other teams at this time. But the scandal has raised big questions, and could change the game itself. ESPN MLB Insider Jeff Passan explores tough decisions for the league going forward.

Duration:00:19:39

The Great NBA Heist: How One Man Stole Millions from the Sacramento Kings

11/19/2019
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It was the perfect crime: steal millions from the Sacramento Kings...to flip houses? Kevin Arnovitz joins Mina Kimes to explain how one up-and-coming basketball exec threw it all away while trying to pull off one of the boldest fraud schemes in NBA history - and how he almost got away with it.

Duration:00:25:23

NFL Monday: Kaepernick Works Out, Rivers Looks Ahead

11/18/2019
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Colin Kaepernick's Saturday workout didn't seem to get him or the NFL what they wanted. But it did put a fine point on the state of quarterbacks around the league. ESPN NFL expert Bill Barnwell breaks down the workout story, and what it means for Kaep and the teams. And, ahead of tonight's game in Mexico City: what does Philip Rivers' future look like with - or without - the Los Angeles Chargers? ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams joins Mina to examine Rivers' role in the game... and his...

Duration:00:23:55