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Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre provide their unique perspective on the biggest sports topics of the day. The two friends debate the hottest topics while also taking time to laugh at the funniest moments of the day.

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aired 362 days ago
Mina Kimes and Dominique Foxworth fill in for Bomani and Pablo as they discuss the hottest topics of the day with their own unique spin.
aired 363 days ago
Mina Kimes and Dominique Foxworth fill in for Bomani and Pablo to discuss the hottest topics of the day with their own unique spin.
aired 364 days ago
Mina Kimes and Dominique Foxworth fill in for Bomani and Pablo as they discuss the hottest topics of the day with their own unique spin.

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