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Barbershops around the country play host to free-flowing and spirited discussions on sports, music, pop culture, world events, business and other culturally relevant topics.

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NFL football player Patrick Mahomes; actor Chadwick Boseman; NBA basketball player Trae Young; rapper Roddy Ricch; actress Tiffany Haddish; entrepreneur Steve Stoute; marketing executive Paul Rivera.
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Soccer player Megan Rapinoe; actress/TV host Whoopi Goldberg; WNBA player Sue Bird; politician Stacey Abrams; Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins; comic/actor Hasan Minhaj.
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LeBron James and Maverick Carter are joined by Will Smith, CC Sabathia, Martin Lawrence, Chance the Rapper and Paul Rivera.
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LeBron James and Maverick Carter are joined by California Governor Gavin Newsom, Diddy, Rich Paul, Demar Derozan, Rick Rubin, Bill Hader, Jerrod Carmichael and Paul Rivera.
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Actor-comic Kevin Hart; former football player Rob Gronkowski; basketball players Kevin Love and CJ McCollum; radio presenter Charlamagne tha God; rapper Lil Nas X; marketing executive Paul Rivera.
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LeBron and Mav welcome music icons Travis Scott and Pharrell Williams alongside Seth Rogen, Jimmy Iovine, Lonzo Ball, Don Cheadle, DeAndre Hopkins and Paul Rivera.
aired 453 days ago
Barbershops around the country play host to free-flowing and spirited discussions on sports, music, pop culture, world events, business and other culturally relevant topics.
aired 497 days ago
Anthony Davis and LeBron James trade stories about life in the league; Meek Mill discusses the criminal justice system; 2 Chainz explains how he got his name.
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LeBron James and Maverick Carter are joined by Mary J. Blige, Lena Waithe, Nas, Jimmy Kimmel, Todd Gurley, Chris Bosh and Ice Cube.
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Drake opens up about his son; basketball stars Ben Simmons, Elena Delle Donne, Victor Oladipo and Mo Bamba discuss their rapidly evolving careers.
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With LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Snoop Dogg, Odell Beckham Jr., Alvin Kamara, Draymond Green, Candace Parker and Jon Stewart.
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Anthony Davis and LeBron James trade stories about life in the league; Meek Mill discusses the criminal justice system; 2 Chainz explains how he got his name.

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