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!
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.