A NASCAR Driver, A Basketball Hall Of Famer...And An Ankle
Before he was a NASCAR driver, Brendan Gaughan, 5-foot-9, guarded future Basketball Hall of Famer Allen Iverson during Georgetown scrimmages. It wasn't easy. "I'm not afraid to admit that I had my ankle literally broken by Allen Iverson," Gaughan says.
Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
It's Final Four weekend! For the eighth year in a row, no men's team from anywhere west of Oklahoma will be competing. Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce weighs in. Bill and Charlie also break down the NCAA's latest mishap and the Golden State Warriors' April Fool's Day prank.
Tensions Flare Down NASCAR's Home Stretch
NASCAR's Sprint Chase for the Cup is nearing the finish. With two races left, eight drivers remain in contention. But instead of looking ahead to this Sunday's race in Phoenix, many fans are still focused on last weekend's fight between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski. ESPN's Brant James joins Bill Littlefield to weigh in.
Fast Cars And Homework: NASCAR's 15-Year-Old Rising Star
What did you do on your summer vacation? For 15-year-old Kaz Grala, that question takes a while to answer. The honor roll student is the youngest full-time driver on one of NASCAR’s top two developmental leagues. Only A Game's Karen Given has the story.