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The contributions Leo Ferris made to the NBA are well documented, so why is he still being snubbed?
For the very last week of Only A Game, we're bringing back some of our favorites. NPR host Peter Sagal drops by with a story about running and male body...
Bill Littlefield returns for one last view of the sports landscape ... in verse.
Transport your mind back to 2003 and imagine what it would have been like if the Red Sox and the Cubs had met in the World Series.
This week we’re bringing back some of our most memorable, most requested stories. Reporter Shirley Wang tells the story of her father, Lin Wang, and his friendship with NBA Hall...
It's Only A Game book club day, as we bring back three listener favorites from three great books. First up, the story of how the Universal Pictures basketball team went...
Bob Cousy and Bill Russell won six NBA championships together on the Boston Celtics. This week on Only A Game, Cousy says he regrets not doing more for his teammate...
Author and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin says the Brooklyn Dodgers were her childhood love, but she ended up married to the Red Sox.
"We have to stop with this lie of: Sports is happening over here, and the rest of the world is happening somewhere else. They're in the same world," Hill says.
"If the prize is ending racism in America, that's not going to happen with one action," Professor Kenneth Shropshire says.
At the Cheesecake Factory with his parents in the early 2000s, producer Martin Kessler got a tip: Nomar Garciaparra was there.
Bill Littlefield returns for one last romp through the sports landscape with Charlie.
Our very first episode featured a story about an eccentric former MLB pitcher. It set the stage for many stories to come.
On the last new episode of Only A Game, producer Martin Kessler revisits a childhood meeting with Mia Hamm and Nomar Garciaparra. Also, Doris Kearns Goodwin explains how baseball made...
Karen and Charlie discuss the Washington NFL team's new team president, plus Jimmy Butler's thriving bubble business.
Before becoming “Torch,” Cherelle George was often told to “tone it down.”
Jared Wells has put a temporary hold on going to the gym because of the pandemic. But he's still exercising.
"Because I started running just as I found out I would be living with Type 1 diabetes, ... these two things fused together," Nick writes.
All her life, basketball player Cherelle George was told to tone down her game. This week on Only A Game, how Cherelle found a team that embraced her style, the...