Basketball Hall of Famers join co-hosts Kris Rhim and Professor Marty Dobrow to discuss issues of race and social justice, including their own formative experiences, while providing their views on current social issues and the role basketball can play in building a more just society.
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New year, new episode of 'Liberty, Justice and Ball!' This week, Kris and Marty chat with legendary coach Bob Hurley Sr. The 2010 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee opens up about his storied career and his passion for coaching at the high school level... more
Kris and Marty chat with one of the greatest College Basketball coaches of all-time in the latest installment of 'Liberty, Justice and Ball,' Muffet McGraw. The 2017 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee talks about her storied coaching career at Notre Da... more
Kris and Marty return with another stellar installment of 'Liberty, Justice and Ball,' as Golden State Warriors Chief Operating Officer and President Rick Welts joins the program. The 2018 Hall of Fame inductee opens up about his 50+ year NBA career,... more
Love the format, hosts and of course the content! Perfect podcast for any hoops junky!
I love this podcast so much. I'm not really into sports but this podcasts allows me to get a different perspective on athletes that I can really appreciate. I can't wait for more episodes to come out.
The intersection of hoops and social justice is perfectly served by these two hosts. On paper their profiles might seem divergent, but the things they share: journalistic excellence, depth of spirit, humor, vulnerability, and the ability to weave profound moments from the past together with the righteous personalities of today - keeps me wanting more and pressing play!! Keep up the great work, fellas!
The first episode of the revamped podcast was excellent. Can't wait to hear future episodes, as the listed guests are a who's who of social justice icons in sports.
Couple of GOATs having an important conversation. Great content!
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Liberty, Justice and Ball launched 2 years ago and published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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