Doris Burke and Evan Longoria
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Episode 346 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two guests. First up is ESPN's Doris Burke. The NBA analyst discusses the disturbing trend of disgusting fan behavior at games, whether the fans are too close to the players and how this was a concern for David Stern. Burke also talked about her bout with Covid and suffering symptoms for nine months. Other topics include whether the Nets are about to prove the NBA regular season is meaningless, whether calling the NBA Finals on television is a goal for her, still feeling resistance from men who don't want women broadcasting sports and much more. Following Burke, Giants third baseman Evan Longoria joins the podcast to share his thoughts on Major League Baseball's unwritten rules. Do any unwritten rules make sense? Is throwing at a player rational retaliation? What do players feel about unwritten rules? Longoria also talks about getting into the trading card craze during the pandemic and what he enjoys about the hobby. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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