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NBA analyst Jalen Rose and ESPN producer David Jacoby have been "giving the people what they want" since 2011 with their fun, intelligent daily talk show on ESPN2. This show highlights the chemistry between two friends and industry trendsetters as they break down the latest action in sports, pop culture, technology and lobster.

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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby break down the latest in sports and pop culture.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby break down the latest in sports and pop culture.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Stephon Marbury and Al Harrington join Jalen Rose and David Jacoby as they give the people what they want, as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.
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Holly Holm joins Jalen Rose and David Jacoby as they give the people what they want, as only they can.
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Yo Gotti joins Jalen Rose and David Jacoby as they give the people what they want, as only they can.
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Jalen Rose and David Jacoby give the people what they want, breaking down the latest in sports and pop culture as only they can.

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