In recent years, hit-and-run accidents have been increasing. Kevin Ferguson shares a story about Damian Kevitt, a victim of a hit-and-run who has embraced his situation and is working to raise awareness for cycling safety.
Changes to the cable industry could mean higher prices for sports fan — and give an even greater competitive advantage to teams from New York and Los Angeles. Sports on Earth’s Will Leitch joins Bill Littlefield to look into the future of sports on television.
This week Bill and Charlie imagine what the Clippers would look like with Oprah as an owner. They also discuss the reliability of Kevin Durant a.k.a. ‘Mr. Unreliable’ Kevin Durant, the ongoing Donald Sterling scandal and two other famous Donalds.
The Kentucky Derby isn’t all about horse racing anymore. After all, the race is only two minutes. Bill Littlefield looks into the rising popularity and emphasis of Derby Fashion.
The 140th running of the Kentucky Derby is this weekend. This year’s event is swirling in controversy after PETA released a video accusing a trainer of horse cruelty. The New York Time’s Joe Drape joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the upcoming race and surrounding events.
Bill Littlefield responds to comments from Only A Game’s listeners, many of them about a failed reference to Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 film ‘Dr. Strangelove.’
On Tuesday, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced that he was banning L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life and fining him $2.5 million for his racist comments that became public over the weekend. Silver is also pushing a vote that could force Sterling to sell the team. Bill Littlefield shares his thoughts on the situation.
Bill Littlefield and OAG analyst Charlie Pierce discuss a new method of supporting the Montreal Canadiens that is causing a minor holy war; Yankees star Michael Pineda’s use of pine tar; the NBA’s apparent home-court curse; and the return to golf of an “older and wiser” Michelle Wie.
Rubin Carter died on Sunday. Bill Littlefield looks back at the boxer’s life and the events that prematurely ended his career.
After an avalanche left 16 dead, Everest has been all but shut down for the season. Bill Littlefield is joined by Outside magazine’s Grayson Schaffer to discuss the implications of the tragedy on the future of the world’s highest peak.