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Hosts Michael Smith and Jemele Hill embraced debate on "Numbers Never Lie," featuring sports discussions based on analytics. But because new-age stats and "boring" are often found in the same sentence, and to focus more on opinions and less on data, "Numbers ..." became "His & Hers" in 2014. Inspired by Smith and Hill's successful same-named podcast, launched in 2012, the hourlong weekday TV program spotlights the hosts' chemistry as they talk about sports. Interviews and contributors remain in the mix, as well as the show's popular whiteboard videos.

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Lively debate and roundtable discussions focusing more on opinions and less on data.
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Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss their participation in the upcoming celebrity fantasy football draft.

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