The Hollywood Shorties started as a sports community for little people in the 1950s. By the 80s, the Shorties were a team of professionals playing at LA Lakers halftime shows.
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For 30 years, Amy Trask worked for the Raiders, surpassing all precedent to work her way from intern to CEO.
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When Bill Littlefield heard the phrase “locker room talk” come up, he found himself remembering something else entirely.
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An award-winning weekly sports magazine hosted by veteran NPR commentator Bill Littlefield, Only A Game puts sports in perspective with intelligent analysis, insightful interviews and a keen sense of humor.
This week, Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce cover the MLB postseason, one NHL rookie's historic debut and an NBA preseason mishap in China.
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