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Melissa Stetten and Jensen Karp are Bachelor/Bachelorette super fans. They decided to sit down after each new episode for a few seasons, sometimes with a funny friend, to recap, analyze, and predict every single ridiculous thing that happened in Bachelor Nation. They no longer do this podcast because they began to respect their free time a little too much to always watch the show. Jensen and his mom now do a love advice podcast over at MotherlyLovePodcast.com and iTunes. Check it out.
 
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From the makers of THE SPORTS BUBBLE comes DRAFTED, a new podcast series hosted by Keegan-Michael Key that offers an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at eight college football players as they enter the NFL draft. We hear their hopes, dreams, and fears during the most exciting time in their young lives. DRAFTED premieres September 21st, and is a pr…
 
In 2019, three-time Olympian swimmer Nathan Adrian was diagnosed and treated for testicular cancer - setting him up for a difficult road to recovery in time for Tokyo 2020, hopefully to be his fourth Olympic Games. Then the global pandemic rescheduled all of 2020. The five-time Olympic gold medalist talks about how the postponement may have helped …
 
We're all in need of a little inspiration these days, which makes Sean Elliott the perfect athlete for The Sports Bubble. Not only is the Spurs legend an NBA champion and two-time All-Star, he's also one of the greatest college basketball players of his generation - and he did it all while battling a crippling kidney disease that resulted in a tran…
 
While the return of most sports leagues remains shaky at best, NASCAR has returned at full speed. Leading the way is driver Aric Almirola who found himself on a hot streak - whether as the only driver that has finished in the top 10 at every race since the stopdown or by crossing the finish line in third place at Geico 500… backwards. The driver of…
 
The first sports league in the United States to return to “normalcy” was the NWSL – no small feat accomplished without the brave women who first experienced it like Utah Royals FC star Kelley O’Hara. The two-time FIFA World Cup champion talks about the “summer camp” vibe of the Challenge Cup, the social landscape of America, and if the internet tro…
 
Kenny "The Jet" Smith went from playing alongside Michael Jordan on a North Carolina NCAA team to ten seasons in the NBA where he helped lead the Houston Rockets to back-to-back championships. Since then, The Jet has brought his expertise on the court to the always entertaining & award-winning Inside the NBA on TNT, where he's delivered enough clas…
 
It’s official, the MLS is Back…in a bubble. For stars like midfielder Sebastian Lletget of the powerhouse LA Galaxy, the results of this tournament mean more than just a win, draw, or loss… it’s an attempt at playing for normalcy. In this episode, Jensen talks to Sebastian about the latest in the MLS quarantined version of “the happiest place on ea…
 
To be an elite striker, you have to be fearless. As the fastest player in Major League Soccer history to reach 100 goals, Bradley Wright-Phillips has shown he’s as fearless as they come. But the current world we’re living in even has him worried. In an open and raw conversation, recorded just before the MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando, the two-ti…
 
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen is not only one of baseball’s best all-around players, he’s also a fun guy off the field, which can’t be said about everyone in the league. The 2015 NL MVP and five-time All-Star talks to Jensen about his hilarious quarantine alter-ego “Uncle Larry,” how that epic Topps trading card came to be, and …
 
When your gamer handle is “MamaImDatMan,” you better mean business. As the reigning MVP of the NBA 2K League and its first individual player to sign an endorsement deal, Nidal “MamaImDatMan” Nasser has proven he deserves the moniker. Nidal joins Jensen to talk about the skills and training it takes to be WAY better than you at video games, how the …
 
The name Jerry Stackhouse is synonymous with basketball. One of the greatest players to ever wear the North Carolina Tar Heels jersey, he went on to play 18 seasons in the NBA - yes, 18! With a resume that’s parallel to none, it's easy to see why he was recently chosen to be the head coach of the Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball team. Coach Stackhouse t…
 
As soon as we’re allowed to give hugs again, it’s hard to imagine not having WWE Superstar Big E at the top of your list. The teddy bear masquerading as the current WWE SmackDown! Tag Team Champion has proven himself in the ring for years now, but it’s his ability to see the larger picture that will make you a fan for life. Big E talks to Jensen ab…
 
Amongst his numerous achievements, tennis legend Patrick McEnroe never intended to add being the first No-Sports Report guest to be diagnosed with Coronavirus to the list. The ESPN broadcaster shares his COVID-19 story - from the symptoms he experienced to what it was like to be quarantined in his basement for two weeks - and gets into the challeng…
 
Julie Foudy is an absolute legend. The soccer icon and two-time World Cup champion has fought for human and civil rights her entire career – exemplifying what it means to be a captain on and off the field. In this chat, Foudy discusses the difficult decisions that athletes will make as they return to their sports, why athletes like Colin Kaepernick…
 
Coming off an impressive season in 2019, pitcher Keone Kela had even bigger plans for this season - set on proving he’s the Pittsburgh Pirates opening day closer while exhibiting his personal growth on, and off, the mound. Now, with the MLB season in limbo, Keone has all the time in the world to continue to mature… and reflect on how he was probabl…
 
Sports have always been about breaking records and the athletes who make history. As a black woman on a NASCAR pit crew, everything Brehanna Daniels does smashes through a glass ceiling and sets a record - and she’s proud to be doing it. The NASCAR tire changer talks about the groundbreaking changes in her sport and how, seemingly overnight, she we…
 
Since 1896, the modern Olympics have only been canceled four times - thanks to World War and now the COVID-19 pandemic. And Molly Solomon, the executive producer and president of NBC Olympics and the Golf Channel, now has the difficult task of overseeing the world’s biggest competition’s broadcast move from 2020 to 2021. Add in the fact that she’s …
 
Last year, starting pitcher Zach Plesac had one of the most impressive debuts in Cleveland Indians history, taking the mound in a rainy Fenway Park against David Price. Now, instead of following up that fairytale start in what was to be his impressive rookie season, he’s moving from city to city as a young contract signee without his own house yet.…
 
Maybe it’s just the Hawaiian way, but nothing really rattles Jordan Yamamoto. Need proof? How about starting his major league career last season by setting a Miami Marlins franchise record of 14 scoreless innings over two starts. Oh, and a rotation best WHIP of 1.144 and 82 strikeouts in under 79 innings to finish the season. Now, that’s Aloha. The…
 
“The Toddfather,” Todd Frazier, is the kind of Major Leaguer you can’t help but love, even when he’s not on your team. The beloved little league superstar turned All-Star third baseman talks to Jensen about fitting in with his new team, the Texas Rangers, during quarantine, the difficulties of MLB’s return, and how the pandemic is letting the Astro…
 
WNBA star Karima Christmas-Kelly has lived in Texas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Indiana, and even South Korea - so it would be an understatement to say she’s developed a unique perspective on race relations. And right now, she’s in the heart of a city in real pain. The Minnesota Lynx forward talks about recovering from a season-ending injury and par…
 
Michael Bennett may be soft-spoken, but make no mistake about it, his voice is powerful. As an NFL defensive end for 11 seasons and a Super Bowl Champion, there’s no question Michael’s a force to be reckoned with on the field, but that all seems secondary to who Michael really is - a man leading hard conversations against racial inequality, police …
 
It’s time America finally catches up to Craig Hodges. And now, more than ever, is the time to listen. The NBA legend and political activist shares his experience of growing up in the civil rights movement and protesting the tragic death of his friend due to police brutality during their time at Long Beach State. He looks back on the progressive ide…
 
The Thursday before the civil unrest seen around our nation in response to the murder of George Floyd, Jensen spoke with legendary broadcaster Bob Costas about his time in quarantine, but focused on Bob’s career-long tenancy to “not ignore the elephants in the room,” even when it hurt him professionally. The MLB Network host and announcer also talk…
 
As a 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup winner, USWNT defender Meghan Klingenberg knows what it feels like to be on top of the world. Now, with the entire world shutdown, the highlight of her week is eating donuts on a Sunday. The Portland Thorns star talks about making homemade gnocchi with her family in Pittsburgh, the tough path ahead for sports post-q…
 
Enes Kanter is a fan favorite wherever he goes: whether it’s playing in the NBA or brawling in the wrestling ring, you can’t help but love this international superstar. The Boston Celtics center talks to Jensen about celebrating Ramadan in quarantine and touches on the NBA’s current proposal to start the playoffs in Vegas or Orlando. Jensen and Ene…
 
The Ottavino family has their fingerprints all over New York City...literally. They helped build the landmarks we all know as NYC from the ground up. So, after setting franchise records as the closer for the Colorado Rockies, when Adam Ottavino signed a three year deal with the Yankees in 2019, it wasn’t just a matter of playing for the team he gre…
 
For the past four decades, the sport of skateboarding has been synonymous with the name Tony Hawk. Plain and simple, Hawk = GOAT. Sorry, how many other riders do you know who can fly through the air on a skateboard and do a 900 - at 48 years old? We’ll save you the time - there aren’t any. The skateboarding legend shares with Jensen how he celebrat…
 
If you’ve been watching the St. Louis Cardinals Kolten Wong over the past few years, you’ll notice it seems like he just plays the game with more heart than anyone else on the field. Whether it’s because of his Hawaiian pride or his strong baseball family, the second baseman’s steady improvement and always escalating stats are hard to ignore. The G…
 
Many odd things have happened during the pandemic, but in the sports world nothing seems as strange as our nation becoming enthralled with 20 year old Michael Jordan highlights. The collective nation tuned into The Last Dance on ESPN, even knowing exactly how it ends. J.A. Adande, the beloved sportswriter and Director of Sports Journalism at Northw…
 
There are two types of jobs in the world today - essential and non-essential. While she may not be saving lives on the front lines, there are countless people around the world that currently depend on fitness instructor Emma Lovewell for the motivation and strength to keep going everyday. The Senior Peloton instructor talks about having to evacuate…
 
Orlando City SC's goalkeeper Brian Rowe figured the birth of his first child would be the most unpredictable event he’d have in 2020, and boy was he wrong. In this episode, the MLS fan-favorite talks about the suspending of the MLS season after only 2 games and his quarantine life as a brand new father. He talks about how he and Jensen both came to…
 
January 22nd is known in Los Angeles as “Justin Turner Day” in recognition of the incredible impact the Dodgers All-Star third baseman Justin Turner, and his wife Kourtney, have made in the community. When you realize everything the Turners do to give back to the city, one day doesn’t seem like enough appreciation - so we’re giving them an extra 40…
 
As a hockey player, the only feeling better than hoisting the Stanley Cup Trophy above your head is scoring a legendary OT goal to make sure it happens. Oh, and the feeling of peeing in your own man cave urinal is pretty great too. Former LA Kings centre, Jarret Stoll - now a development coach for the team - is eager to help today’s Kings, and thei…
 
When the NBA season came to a grinding halt on March 11th, it felt like we were all living in a strange simulated world, which isn’t anything new for “Ronnie 2K” Singh, the digital marketing director at 2K Sports. In this episode Ronnie2k talks about taking over the NBA spotlight with the current season in limbo, why the NBA 2K20 players-only tourn…
 
After playing 10 seasons in the NFL and winning a Super Bowl, Greg Jennings has proven he knows how to avoid any obstacles in his way. But nothing prepared him for having to tackle homeschooling his four kids during a pandemic. The current analyst for FOX Sports talks to Jensen about throwing a quarantine birthday party for his daughter, staying in…
 
This year was really shaping up to be big for Colorado Rockies outfielder David Dahl. Coming off an All-Star season, David was eager to make even more noise in 2020. Instead, he’s trying to keep it down at home so as not to annoy his sports marketing superstar wife, Jacquelyn. David talks about quarantine batting practice, how he’s been rocking a p…
 
Whether it be an achilles injury or a full-blown pandemic, the bottom line is nothing can stop “the power of positivity” within WWE Superstar Xavier Woods. Jensen is joined by the incredibly charismatic Xavier - one third of the WWE trio, The New Day, and their new podcast, The New Day: Feel The Power - to hear how his recovery is going under quara…
 
If anyone has the power to motivate us through this tough fight, it’s the legendary Sugar Ray Leonard. The boxing icon shares tips with Jensen on how to stay healthy and active under quarantine, and why having a teenager in the house with you is never easy, even if you are the Champ. The two then talk about the challenge of boxing in an empty arena…
 
Cornerback Levi Wallace may be an integral part of a Buffalo Bills team on the field, but off the field - he’s strong enough to take on anything by himself. Levi becomes our first guest to reveal he’s been completely alone since day 1 of quarantine... and is totally fine with it. He’s also the first to have shared his phone number on Instagram - in…
 
In his 9 NBA seasons, Bismack Biyombo is known for doing the hard work needed on the court to help his team. Off the court, he has gone above and beyond to help the world in need, time and time again. The Charlotte Hornets center talks about his efforts to aid his native Democratic Republic of Congo through Covid-19 and how they’re still recovering…
 
In 2019, Jon Duplantier made 15 appearances as a pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks, recording his first major league win and setting himself up for a breakout 2020 season. And then… well, you know the rest. The Diamondbacks pitcher talks being back at home in Houston surrounded by his childhood trophies, getting a desperately needed haircut from…
 
Even with baseball in his genes, Dwight Smith Jr. is quickly making a name for himself. After having a solid 2019 season cut short due to injury, he came into Spring Training this year on a hot streak… and then everything stopped. The Baltimore Orioles outfielder talks about how practicing with his former major league Dad in quarantine has him feel…
 
As a free agent in the NBA, released just days before the league shutdown, Derrick Walton Jr., was ready to contribute on a potential playoff team in the home stretch, so now the unemployed journeyman is looking to 2021 with a different set of fears than say, a Lebron James. The former Michigan star talks about celebrating his birthday in quarantin…
 
After winning the Super Bowl, everything is supposed to change for you… but not like this. To say Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz - known for his ultimate NFL workhorse record of 7,894 consecutive snaps - is eager to return to the field as a defending champion is an understatement. Mitch fills Jensen in on how he went from hol…
 
Vegas odds have the Cincinnati Reds as 28/1 to win the World Series this MLB season… that is, if there is one. But don’t worry Reds fans, Vegas’ own Amir Garrett has got you virtually covered… and he’s doing it in full uniform. The Reds relief pitcher tells Jensen why he is the champ of MLB The Show 20, how he plans to keep his e-sports title in th…
 
Last October, Los Angeles Dodgers top prospect Gavin Lux became the youngest player of all-time to hit a pinch-hit home run in the postseason. This season, the shortstop favored to win NL Rookie of the Year is… well, right now he’s watching Game of Thrones for the third time at his parents house in Wisconsin. Jensen checks in with Gavin to see how …
 
You’d be hard-pressed to find a player in the NBA who eats, sleeps, and breathes the game of basketball more than the Cleveland Cavaliers Collin Sexton. So, Jensen was eager to find out what exactly the young rising star is doing now that the game he’s obsessed over his entire life has stopped. Collin talks to Jensen about how staying competitive a…
 
After receiving 2019 WNBA Rookie of the Year honors, Napheesa Collier was looking forward to spending this offseason playing in China and planning for her wedding. Then, Covid-19 and 2020 had other plans for her. The Minnesota Lynx star talks about leaving China during the Coronavirus outbreak, what this WNBA season will look and sound like without…
 
When everything in the world feels pretty scary, it’s strangely comforting to hear from the otherwise intimidating force that is Cris Cyborg, the only MMA fighter in history - male or female - to become a Grand Slam Champion. The current Bellator MMA Women's Featherweight World Champion talks about training during quarantine for her next fight (whi…
 
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