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ESPN's Host of 'First Take' And UCLA alumn Cari Champion checks into the Lyons Den to discuss the current state of American tennis, her beloved Bruins & Lakers, and a little #KnicksTape...
Actress Sabra Williams joins Mase to talk about her work with Tim Robbins and "The Actors Gang," based in Culver City of which so is a member as well as serving as Director of the Actors Gang Prison Project program.
TV, sports, and music beat writer Tony Maglio from The Wrap joins Mase with predictions about this year's Emmy Awards plus the question of whether or not the NFL's move to Thursday night will over-saturate the market. Tony also offers his thoughts on the Time Warner Cable & DirectTV Dodgers dispute.
Legendary independent filmmaker John Sayles joins Mase to talk about his new film "Go For Sisters" starring Lisa Gay Hamilton. They also talk about the state of independent film, how difficult it is to find the money to make challenging movies & one of Mase's favorite films "8 Men Out," the story of the Chicago Black Sox scandal.
Clippers head coach Doc Rivers calls in and talks about the expectations for his team. Doc says he loves the energy of new owner Steve Ballmer. Rivers talks about changing the culture of the Clippers franchise.