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A showcase for the best of ESPN's features and investigations, now in audio form. Justin Ellis interviews writers about their craft and how their stories are told.

A showcase for the best of ESPN's features and investigations, now in audio form. Justin Ellis interviews writers about their craft and how their stories are told.
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A showcase for the best of ESPN's features and investigations, now in audio form. Justin Ellis interviews writers about their craft and how their stories are told.

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English


Episodes

How Tim Donaghy Conspired to Fix NBA Games

2/27/2019
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In 2007, NBA ref Tim Donaghy pleaded guilty to betting on games he officiated. But it was never proved that he fixed them -- until now. Our two-year investigation reveals how he did it, whom he did it with and the millions that flowed from the conspiracy. By Scott Eden

Duration:01:26:16

Who Says I Can't

2/20/2019
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How could someone born without arms or legs, who's never held a football, teach high school players how to throw, tackle or block? Rob Mendez is doing it as head coach of a California JV team. By Wayne Drehs

Duration:00:59:09

Luke Hagerty's Improbable Comeback

2/13/2019
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A can't-miss first-round pick with a million-dollar signing bonus until the yips derailed his major league dreams more than a decade ago, Luke Hagerty is proving it's never too late to make it big. By Jeff Passan

Duration:01:00:45

The Legend of Boban Marjanovic

2/6/2019
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Boban Marjanovic is 7-foot-3 and -- no joke! -- the most efficient scorer in NBA history. He's also a career backup. Does that bother him? Less than you'd think. By Devin Gordon

Duration:00:49:26

The Wild World of Super Bowl Tickets

1/30/2019
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In the wild, secretive world of Super Bowl ticket sales, brokers often sell tickets to fans before they actually acquire them. But if the market overheats, fans can get burned. By Tisha Thompson

Duration:00:58:03

The Family Vice

1/23/2019
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Some sons bond with their dads over football games. Tom Junod bonded with him over betting them. By Tom Junod

Duration:00:48:21

How An "Angel" Helped Matt Nagy

1/16/2019
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The Bears head coach wouldn't be where he is today without the support of his old boss from his real estate days. By Wayne Drehs.

Duration:00:38:25

Hell (and back) On Wheels

1/9/2019
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Supercross star Ken Roczen thought he might never race again after horrific back-to-back crashes. As he makes an improbable return, one question lingers: Does he have the speed to win? By Alyssa Roenigk

Duration:00:51:18

Three-Point Revolution? LeBron's Noticed

1/2/2019
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LeBron James, deep 3-point sniper? It's not the first image that comes to mind when thinking about The King. By Dave McMenamin

Duration:00:31:33

James Dolan, Unplugged

12/26/2018
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For two stormy decades, New York's most famous sports enigma has lorded over the Knicks, the Rangers and Madison Square Garden without apology. By Ian O'Connor.

Duration:01:07:39

What's lurking in your stadium food?

12/19/2018
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An Outside the Lines analysis of 16,000 routine food-safety inspection reports covering 111 pro sports venues found that, at about 28 percent of the venues, half or more of their food service outlets incurred one or more high-level food-safety violations. By Paula Lavigne and Sandra Fish

Duration:00:47:38

And Sometimes the Bear Eats You

12/12/2018
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To run the 135-mile Badwater Ultramarathon is to know the limits of endurance-and the triumph of failure. By Kelaine Conochan

Duration:00:50:30

I Was Just In A Real Bad Place

12/6/2018
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Dallas Cowboys pass-rusher Randy Gregory bottomed out a year ago and sought help for depression, drugs and more. Today, he is playing football again, fighting to stay clean and help his team to the playoffs. It's December, and there's hope. By Elizabeth Merrill

Duration:01:02:33

Fight Club' With Better Jokes

11/28/2018
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The oral history of how Garry Shandling's hush-hush Sunday hoops game shaped a generation of comedy. By Anna Peele

Duration:00:34:18

The Radical Confidence of Patrick Mahomes

11/14/2018
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He is the rarest of quarterbacks, capable of making the impossible look routine. So where did his gifts come from-and where do they lead from here? By Seth Wickersham.

Duration:00:51:42

The California Cool of Jared Goff

11/14/2018
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In the midst of a wild three-year career arc that has taken him from rookie bust to MVP candidate, the Rams quarterback has learned to enjoy the ride. How far can his surge lift LA? By Tim Keown

Duration:00:24:14

Moonshine and the Mountaineers

11/7/2018
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The potent homemade whiskey is a hand-me-down through generations and a favorite of visiting fans. It's also illegal -- not that anyone cares. By Jake Trotter.

Duration:00:35:39

Race To The Finish

10/31/2018
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Why Florida voters could deal a fatal blow to greyhound racing this Election Day, by John Barr and Tonya Malinowski.

Duration:00:39:54

Prepare for Death

10/24/2018
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A man who once stared down Afghan warlords is now transforming NFL stars. This is the inside story of Tareq Azim, pro football's most revolutionary trainer by Paul Kix

Duration:00:57:41

Inside Gordon Hayward's Misery-Filled Fight

10/17/2018
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Gordon Hayward talks about how his return has been slower and more challenging than expected. By Zach Lowe.

Duration:00:34:07