Last June, the Indiana Pacers selected Aaron Holiday in the first round of the NBA Draft. His older brothers, Jrue and Justin, have already established themselves as NBA veterans. But Aaron says his sister, Lauren, was the best basketball player in the family. This week on Only A Game, Lauren Holiday shares her story. Plus, Art Shamsky and members of the ’69 Mets reunite with their teammate, Tom Seaver. And basketball player Kalin Bennett is believed to be the first person with autism to sign a letter of intent to play a Div. I team sport. Join us!
After Losing Basketball, Lauren Holiday Found Strength In Family
NBA guard Aaron Holiday says growing up, his sister was the best basketball player of all of his siblings.
3 Stories: World Cup VAR, LeBron And 'The Brow,' Tampa Bay-Montreal Baseball
Toronto-based sportswriter Shireen Ahmed and the Washington Post's Jerry Brewer join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Art Shamsky And The ’69 Mets Reunite With Ailing Tom Seaver
Tom Seaver was suffering from Lyme disease when his old teammates visited in 2017. Not long after, they'd learn about a more serious diagnosis.
Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss Zion Williamson's impending Pelicanhood and the 103-year-old sprinter who set a world record.
Kalin Bennett Has Autism — And He's A Div. I Basketball Player
Sonja Bennett says she was told her son might never walk. Now he's believed to be the first person with autism to sign a letter of intent to play a Div. I team sport.
This program aired on June 22, 2019.