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What's Wright? with Nick Wright

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Hosted by sports personality and star of FS1’s “First Things First," What's Wright with Nick Wright will see Nick dish his hot takes on the biggest topics in the world of sports, while sharing the behind-the-scenes of his family life. He'll play games, make lists, and most importantly, he'll tell you what’s Wright. Subscribe now and catch Nick 3x a week right here, and across all of our social media platforms @WhatsWrightShow.


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Latest Episodes

In today’s episode, Nick reveals #9 & 8 on his list, two of the greatest centers in NBA history. Shaquille O'Neal & Hakeem Olajuwon both dominated the game in a way rarely ever seen before they entered the league or since they left it. 2:15 - Shaquil... more

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Nick is back to give us his takes on this years NBA Draft. Chet Holmgren is a rumored top-3 pick alongside Paolo Banchero & Jabari Smith, but Nick shares some doubts about his NBA readiness. Then, Nick discusses possible draft day trades we might see... more

4 days ago

Nick and Damonza sort through the beginning of the NBA offseason, breaking down the potential issues arising between the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green both going off online, and the 76ers' looming decision on re-sign... more

6 days ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 496 ratings
  • Trash 🚮

    Trash podcast from the worst “analyst” in all of sports. Obviously 100% biased towards anything LeBron and anything anti warriors.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States14 days ago
  • Great content! Enjoy Nick and Damonza together just need audio levels fixed.

    Over the last year I’ve really grown to enjoy and appreciate Nick Wright and his insights. I incorrectly lumped him in with other commentators that I didn’t enjoy but the more I’ve heard him through other people’s podcast (I respect Bomani so that was instant cred for Nick) and now his own he’s become a go-to listen for me. Still not a First Things First watcher (or Undisputed, First Take) but this is a great pod. more

    Apple Podcasts
    [ Adam ]
    United States20 days ago
  • Fire

    It’s a good podcast. Love nicks insight and the chemistry

    Apple Podcasts
    United States25 days ago
  • Love this guy!

    Came here because of an appearance on Bomani Jones show. Ended up staying because like Bomani, Nick has insightfulness when talking even about rudimentary sports topics

    Apple Podcasts
    United States25 days ago
  • Volume

    Worst thing about this podcast is the volume, other than that nick has fire takes & the podcast is entertaining

    Apple Podcasts
    The champ123446
    United Statesa month ago

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