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Podcast Review: Zach Lowe with Stan Van Gundy

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Zach Lowe of Grantland.com interviewed Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations, Stan Van Gundy, of the Detroit Pistons on July 30th 2015. 517 more words

Detroit Pistons

Bill Simmons and HBO: A Match Made in Heaven

When ESPN decided to part ways with writer/podcast extraordinaire, my instant reaction was plain and simple. The sports network was letting a golden asset loose and it wouldn’t be long before another network scooped up his talents. 710 more words

TV Show Spotlight

My Thoughts: Bill Simmons heading to HBO

As you know, last May ESPN decided not to renew the contract of Bill Simmons. Arguably Bill Simmons is a media icon at ESPN. He founded Grantland and also was a big part of the 30 for 30 documentaries. 565 more words

News & Current Events

Grantland: Romo, Rivers and Newton are all better than Roethlisberger

The last NFL game occurred in February, but thanks to several prominent media outlets, we already know who the best players will be entering the 2015 season. 533 more words

Steelers Wire News

1-2-3 Sports! Week of July 20, 2015

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Can You Spare An All-Star: Why Loaning MLB Players Is An Interesting, Stupid Idea

Deadspin fairly well rebutted this article… 1,156 more words

Baseball

Bill Simmons Back on Cable TV with HBO

Sports media mogul Bill Simmons, only a couple of months since being let go by ESPN where he had written, produced documentaries, and appeared on… 334 more words

TV

TV Talk: HBO & Bill Simmons Join Forces

HBO AND BILL SIMMONS ANNOUNCE MAJOR NEW MULTI-YEAR,

 MULTI-PLATFORM EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT,

 ANCHORED BY AN ALL-NEW HBO SERIES TO LAUNCH IN 2016

            LOS ANGELES, July 22, 2015 – Bill Simmons, one of the most influential figures in contemporary sports media and the founding editor of Grantland.com, and HBO have entered into a major exclusive multi-year, multi-platform agreement highlighted by a new weekly series coming next year, it was announced today by Michael Lombardo, president, HBO Programming. 465 more words

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