‘The Reappearing Act’ chronicles Kate Fagan’s experience playing division I college basketball on a team filled with born-again Christians. She shares her story with Bill Littlefield.
The Wall Street Journal’s Stu Woo catches us up on who could be the next owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Bill Littlefield sat down with ESPN Senior Writer Peter Keating to learn more about Sterling’s past and put into better context recent events.
Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been given a lifetime ban from the NBA and will likely be forced to sell the team too. Bill Littlefield looks into the controversy that has been swirling around Sterling’s racist remarks.
The Washington Wizards, back in the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2008, jumped out to a quick lead in their series with the Chicago Bulls. Mike Wise of the Washington Post joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the team’s turnaround.
In ‘In My Skin,’ Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner details her struggles as a child and as a student at Baylor. She joins Bill Littlefield to discuss her past and her transition to the WNBA.
That men and women play together isn’t all that’s unusual about the Mixed Gender Basketball Association. There’s also a four-point shot. Jim O’Grady shares more about this new league.
The Indiana Pacers started out the season at a blistering pace, but they haven’t been doing so hot lately. Bill Littlefield is joined by Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star to discuss the Pacers puzzling season.
Why win just one national title when you can have two? The UConn men’s and women’s basketball teams both took home NCAA basketball championships this week. Bill Littlefield chats with Paul Myerberg and John Altavilla about the achievement.
Cat mugs may be cute, but that’s not an excuse for the NCAA. Jason Gay of the Wall Street Journal decided to disregard NCAA policy while reporting on the NCAA men’s basketball tournament and had his kitty cup confiscated. He joined Bill to discuss this catastrophe.