2020: The Year That Changed Everything

Jason and Ralph discuss the history of systemic racism that led to a tipping point in America in 2020, the role that sports plays in the movement, and where... See More

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Jason and Ralph discuss the history of systemic racism that led to a tipping point in America in 2020, the role that sports plays in the movement, and where we go from here.

Jason and Ralph discuss the history of systemic racism that led to a tipping point in America in 2020, the role that sports plays in the movement, and where we go from here.

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Ralph Sampson & Jason Zone Fisher

At 7’-4″, Ralph Sampson was a giant in the game of basketball and is now a giant in life. He graduated from the University of Virginia where he was three-time college player of the year before going on to be the first overall pick in the 1983 NBA Draft. While playing for the Houston Rockets, he was named the league’s Rookie of the Year. A four-time NBA All-Star, Ralph was named to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2012. He is just beginning his Hall of Fame podcasting career.

 

At 5-foot-10, Jason Zone Fisher has never been known for his height or his low post moves, but rather his extensive hosting and broadcasting credits. He has hosted & produced TV shows for the Big Ten Network, Travel Channel, Nickelodeon, CNBC, and Food Network. He hosts live events for the NBA and a show on their popular Twitch channel, was an NFL Network sideline reporter for the Alliance of American Football, and is a sideline reporter for the World Armwrestling League on B/R Live. He has served as host and spokesman for numerous brands including Pizza Hut, Gillette, Skype, Nerf, Express, Mitchell & Ness, Butterfinger and many more. Despite all of this work, he’s still waiting on his call from the Naismith Hall of Fame!