Joining Maverick Carter are four-time Grand Slam tennis singles champion Naomi Osaka; actor, comedian and writer Wanda Sykes; NBA All-Star from the Cleveland Cavaliers, Kevin Love; multi-platinum hip-hop artist Jadakiss;and the SpringHill Company's chief marketing officer, Paul Rivera.
Joining Maverick Carter are award-winning actor, comedian and writer Jason Sudeikis; NBA All-Star from the Los Angeles Lakers, Carmelo Anthony; rapper Jack Harlow;actor and producer Keegan-Michael Key; WNBA All-Star from the Las Vegas Aces, Liz Cambage;and the SpringHill Company's chief marketing officer, Paul Rivera.
The episode will feature the star-studded group sharing anecdotes on being famous, balancing egos and dealing with the Olympic experience as an athlete.
Joining Maverick Carter are NBA All Star from the Atlanta Hawks Trae Young; Grammy-winning DJ, record executive and author DJ Khaled; rapper, songwriter and activist Meek Mill; NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Chase Young; journalist and media personality Jemele Hill; and the SpringHill Company's chief marketing officer Paul Rivera.
In this episode, the all-star group discuss competing against your idols, dealing with conflict, creating leverage and college athletes and the new rule around collegiate athletes being paid.
Joining Maverick Carter are seven-time Super Bowl champion and five-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady; actor, rapper, singer and songwriter Kid Cudi; actress, television host, comedian and writer Chelsea Handler; three-time NBA champion Draymond Green; and the SpringHill Company's chief marketing officer Paul Rivera.
In this episode, the all-star group discuss the grind of winning, charting your own path, mental health and sports media.
Joining LeBron James and Maverick Carter for the season premiere are iconic music mogul, 23-time Grammy winner and 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Jay-Z; rapper, singer and songwriter Bad Bunny; WNBA superstar Nneka Ogwumike; and marketing executive Paul Rivera.
On this episode, the star-studded group discuss confidence on the big stage, parenthood and WrestleMania.
In this edition of the acclaimed unscripted series, LeBron James and Maverick Carter are joined by a diverse lineup highlighted by actor and producer Will Smith, six-time MLB All-Star pitcher CC Sabathia, stand-up comedian and actor Martin Lawrence, rapper, songwriter and activist Chance the Rapper and marketing executive Paul Rivera.
LeBron James and Maverick Carter are joined by California Governor Gavin Newsom as he signs Senate Bill 206 into law. Plus, Diddy reflects on changing the narrative in the music industry; Bill Hader looks back at his time on SNL; and appearances by Rich Paul, DeMar DeRozan, Rick Rubin, Jerrod Carmichael and Paul Rivera.
The new episode features Uninterrupted CEO Maverick Carter; international film star and stand-up comedian Kevin Hart; three-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski; Cleveland Cavaliers star forward and NBA Champion Kevin Love; Portland Trailblazers guard CJ McCollum; American radio presenter, television personality, and author Charlamagne tha God; American rapper, singer and songwriter Lil Nas X; and marketing executive Paul Rivera.
Joining James and Carter will be actor Seth Rogen, Houston Texans star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, rapper Travis Scott, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and fashion designer Pharrell Williams, Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball, actor Don Cheadle, record producer Jimmy Iovine and entertainment programmer Paul Rivera.
Joining James and Carter are Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown, Oscar® winner Jamie Foxx, American rappers and activists Meek Mill and 2 Chainz, New Orleans Pelicans superstar Anthony Davis and stand-up comedian Jerrod Carmichael.
LeBron and Maverick chop it up with hip-hop legends Nas, Ice Cube and Mary J. Blige, reconnect with Miami Heat running mate Chris Bosh, and invite Lena Waithe, Jimmy Kimmel and Todd Gurley to the fray.
LeBron James shares how coaching his son has humbled him, NFL defensive end Michael Bennett talks activism and Candace Parker opens up about balancing motherhood while excelling in the WNBA.
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