(3TV/CBS 5) -- Ben Golliver is a national NBA writer for the Washington Post. His new book "Bubbleball" details his 93 days as one of the few reporters allowed inside the NBA's COVID-19 bubble. He talks about how the league bounced back from the shutdown, the 8-0 run by the Suns, and how it almost came to an abrupt halt as players fought for social justice.
"Bubbleball" is out May 4th in bookstores nationwide.
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Former Phoenix Suns forward Brian Grant: Twelve-year NBA veteran Brian Grant talks about his time in the league, his battle with Parkinson’s disease, and his new book “Rebound”, which is available in bookstores now.
Learn more about the Brian Grant Foundation at www.briangrant.org.
Former NBA All-Star Tom Van Arsdale: Van Arsdale holds two distinct records: He's played the most games & scored the most points in NBA history without a playoff appearance. In his new book "Journey Man" he talks about why his 12-year NBA career was a lot more successful than the records show.
WWE superstar Braun Strowman: WWE superstar Braun Strowman joins us to talk about his steel cage match against Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 37. The event will take place April 10 and 11 in Tampa, Florida, becoming WWE's first ever two-night WrestleMania!
Arizona Wildcats insider Shane Dale: Author and Wildcat Country podcast co-host Shane Dale gives insight into the departure of head basketball coach Sean Miller, the impact of the NCAA's ongoing investigation, what's next for the Wildcat program, plus the Final Four run by the women's team.
GCU Head Basketball Coach Bryce Drew: Grand Canyon head basketball coach Bryce Drew discusses the 'Lopes NCAA Tournament run, the tragic death of GCU star Oscar Frayer, his brother Scott leading Baylor to a national title, a Drew vs. Drew matchup and more.
ESPN insider & former NFL GM Mike Tannenbaum: Tannenbaum talks about the Arizona Cardinals’ offseason moves, what it will take for the team to make the postseason, and his prediction for the young quarterback who is ready for a breakout year in 2021.
Matt Miller: Former college baseball player Matt Miller lost his fingers and toes to frostbite during a mountain climbing accident. After a decade-long struggle with addiction, he now says his loss was a gift, and he's using it to help others. Part II