Andre Iguodala, Ultramarathon Origin, 'The Office' Plays Basketball

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Andre Iguodala won the 2015 NBA Finals MVP with the Warriors. (Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
Andre Iguodala was the 2015 NBA Finals MVP with the Warriors. (Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Golden State Warriors swingman Andre Iguodala started the first 758 games of his NBA career. But when Steve Kerr took over as Golden State's head coach, he had a new challenge for the 10-year veteran. This week on Only A Game, how Andre Iguodala came to embrace his role as Warriors' sixth man. Plus, the story of a guy who didn't bring a horse to a horse race — and started the sport of modern trail ultramarathoning. And actor David Denman breaks down the iconic "Basketball" episode of "The Office." Join us!

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Andre Iguodala's Journey From Starter To Sixth Man — To Finals MVP
Andre Iguodala had started every game in his first 10 NBA seasons. In Year 11, Steve Kerr asked him to come off the bench. It was a tough adjustment.

3 Stories: NBA Awards, IOC Changes, Augusta National
Arizona State University Global Sport Institute CEO Kenneth Shropshire and Slate's Mike Pesca join Only A Game's Karen Given.

A Horse Race Without A Horse: How Modern Trail Ultramarathoning Was Invented
The modern-day sport of trail ultramarathoning began 45 years ago when a man showed up to a 100-mile horse race — without a horse.

Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss free agent Kevin Durant’s NBA future, the Women’s World Cup’s record TV ratings and Cody Bellinger's hugging skills.

The Office Vs. The Warehouse: Behind The Scenes Of The Famous Basketball Game
It’s been 14 years since Michael Scott challenged his warehouse crew to a friendly game of basketball in the TV show "The Office."

This program aired on June 29, 2019.


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