Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the legal merit of a lawsuit filed by a San Antonio fan after Spurs star Kawhi Leonard was injured by an opponent. Also, Terry Francona's funny scoreboard message, and Duke Athletics looks for an indentured servant.
Latest Show: Kareem And Coach Wooden, Elam Ending, Rick Ankiel
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and John Wooden couldn't have appeared less alike on the surface. This week on Only A Game, how the two men forged a 50-year friendship. Also, Mensa member/MLB groundskeeper Nick Elam is trying to revolutionize the rules of basketball to make the ends of games more exciting. And former MLB pitcher Rick Ankiel opens up about the game that led to the end of his pitching career — and a second baseball dream. Join us!
Chris Nowinski On Potential Brady Concussions: 'It Would Be Almost Impossible' To Go 17 Years In NFL Without One
The Patriots or quarterback Tom Brady have not commented about remarks Brady's wife, Gisele Bundchen, made on "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday that he has suffered multiple concussions in his years on the team.
Allison Feaster: Life As A Pro Basketball Player ... And Mom ... Overseas
Just before the start of her eighth WNBA season, Allison Feaster learned she was pregnant. "I was ecstatic. We were ecstatic," Feaster says. "But at the same time, you have to really consider the professional ramifications of being pregnant."
Latest Show: Soccer In A Kenyan Slum, Craig Hodges, Pro Athlete/Mom
Thousands of Kenyan children are benefiting from a soccer league founded in one of Nairobi's oldest and largest slums. This week on Only A Game, the story of the Mathare Youth Sports Association. Also, the tale of an NBA champion and activist who says he was blackballed for his political views. Plus, Allison Feaster talks about balancing motherhood and pro basketball. Join us!