"Game of Zones" is an animated video series that imagines what would happen if real-life NBA drama unfolded in a medieval, "Game of Thrones"-inspired universe. This week on Only A Game, the story of the two brothers behind the hit series. Plus, how a St. Louis runner continued his running career as he lost his sight. And the PA announcer who's been behind the mic for eight Lakers championships. Join us!
The Timeless Baritone Of Lakers PA Announcer Lawrence Tanter
Lawrence Tanter has served as the Lakers' public address announcer since 1982.
3 Stories: Joel Embiid Falling, Marathon Costumes, ESPN The Magazine
FiveThirtyEight's Chris Herring and WBUR's Shira Springer join Northwestern's J.A. Adande.
'I Was Able To Do It': How Nick Silver Kept Running As He Lost His Eyesight
When Nick Silver enrolled at the Missouri School for the Blind, he was finally allowed to play sports.
Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
J.A. Adande and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the state of the sport of horse racing, a prized scorecard from Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game and the Hartford Yard Goats' "Game of Thrones"- inspired delicacy.
The Brothers Who Mashed Up The NBA And 'Game Of Thrones'
"Game of Zones" imagines what would happen if real-life NBA drama unfolded in a medieval, Game of Thrones-inspired universe.
This program aired on May 4, 2019.