Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon weigh in on if the Pelicans should keep pushing Zion Williamson, how many more days will we have left for baseball, if Aaron Rodgers is at peace with his place on the Packers and more.
Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser ask if one NFL preseason game is worth the risk, are the Blue Jays at a disadvantage not playing at home, will super teams be forming in the NBA bubble and much more.
Mike Wilbon and Frank Isola discuss if the SEC will follow the Big Ten's lead in playing a conference-only schedule, if Tom Thibodeau is a lock for the Knicks head coaching job, if Christian Pulisic is exceeding expectations and more.
ESPN's Michael Wilbon covered Michael Jordan for much of the legendary player's career. As a Chicago fan and native, Wilbon is anticipating this Sunday's premiere of the 10-part Jordan documentary, "The Last Dance," more than just about anybody. The series zooms in on the iconic 1997-98 Chicago Bulls and the quest for another championship, even as key relationships falter. It also chronicles Jordan's rise to greatness and unassailable legacy. Wilbon shares his personal memories of MJ, what the docuseries means to him, and how he sees Jordan's career in its totality.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon weigh in on the reports that Wimbledon will be canceled and that the Premier League is considering finishing it's 92-games. Plus, they discuss if the Chargers should have faith in Tyrod Taylor and more.
The "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs is one of the most iconic moments in American sports history. Set against the backdrop of the women's liberation movement, King's 1973 victory over Riggs transcended sports. But a news tip from an unexpected source, 40 years later, sent ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr. down a path that led him to investigate whether the match was rigged. Van Natta details his reporting on the lead-up to The Battle of the Sexes, and how Riggs' own agenda may have impacted the historic outcome.