Despite its warts, it’s still Tony and Mike.
When Wilbon isn’t yelling about hating numbers or bragging about being close personal friends with the athletes and figures he purportedly covers, Uncle Tony reminds us why we fell in love with the show 20 years ago: sharp wit, coherent takes, and the bond between two friends who have known each other since before most of us were alive. Wilbon may watch more games, but Tony’s more prepared for each show. But it’s still Tony and Mike, so I still watch and listen, like I always have.
B1GRIM via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/13/22
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