Podcast Episode 45: The Pope, Megan Rapinoe and a turtle walk into a bar
This week co-hosts Ellen and Steph give you the gist on the quick hits you need (think: The Pope x NBA, COVID-19 in the NFL and MLS playoffs) while diving deep on some key talking points about equality and equal pay in sports. Just in time for your Thanksgiving Zoom debate, er, dinner. Tune in won’t you?
November 25, 2020
As the great Whitney Houston once asked, didn’t we almost have it all? Just after the Toronto Raptors signed one of our all-time faves to an all-time contract, we lost two others to the bright lights of California.
November 23, 2020
Stranger things have happened
An NBA draft in November. Are we living in the Upside Down?
November 20, 2020
Road to Upcoming NHL, NBA Seasons
Will NHL, NBA seasons happen? and what will they look like?
November 05, 2020
How Women Athletes are Working to Get Out the Vote
Tomorrow's American election will have global implications. Here's how some women athletes are inspiring voter turnout.
November 02, 2020
Bits & Bites: This Week in the MLS, NFL, NBA
With 4 days remaining in the regular season, 12 MLS teams have clinched a playoff spot out of a possible 18.
October 29, 2020
Podcast Episode 39: Sexism and COVID-19, on the rocks
Following the LA Lakers NBA Finals win, this week co-hosts Ellen and Steph talk about the double-standards female athletes (like GOAT Sue Bird) face in sports. They also give “the gist” of everything you need to know about how COVID-19 continues to impact the MLB and the NFL, and why the Hockey Diversity Alliance is separating from the NHL. Interesting stuff. Tune in, won’t you?
October 15, 2020
LA Lakers Win NBA Bubble Championship
LeBron James leads Lakers to 17th championship title
October 12, 2020
Seattle Storm Win 2020 WNBA Championship
How the Seattle Storm swept the Las Vegas Aces (Hint: Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart had something to do with it)
October 08, 2020
Podcast Episode 38: Why aren’t there more Black coaches?
This week co-hosts Ellen and Steph dive into the lack of Black, female and Black female coaches in pro sports, specifically looking at leagues with majority Black players. Unfortunately, the results will shock you. What won’t shock you? The Seattle Storm as your 2020 WNBA Champions. Tune in, won’t you?
October 08, 2020