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In the Moment with David Greene

Religion of Sports | PRX

The most adrenaline-charged, fist-pumping moments in sports happen in the blink of an eye for fans. But those moments are years in the making for athletes. And the impact of them can last a lifetime.

In the Moment is a new podcast from the people who brought you Man in the Arena. Every Tuesday, host David Greene takes you inside the mind of an athlete at a pivotal moment in their career. David combines his experience as the former host of NPR’s Morning Edition with the passion of a diehard sports fan to relive some of the biggest moments in sports.

From Religion of Sports and PRX.

2021, 2022

The most adrenaline-charged, fist-pumping moments in sports happen in the blink of an eye for fans. But those moments are years in the making for athletes. And the impact of them can last a lifetime.

In the Moment is a new podcast from the people who brought you Man in the Arena. Every Tuesday, host David Greene takes you inside the mind of an athlete at a pivotal moment in their career. David combines his experience as the former host of NPR’s Morning Edition with the passion of a diehard sports fan to relive some of the biggest moments in sports.

From Religion of Sports and PRX.

2021, 2022

When Rex Chapman Dropped 39 Points on Michael Jordan

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January 10, 202336min 50sec

On February 23, 1996 then-NBA star Rex Chapman dropped 39 points against Michael Jordan beating the infamous 72-10 Chicago Bulls. Chapman would go on to play 12 years in the NBA. A series of injuries and surgeries lead Chapman to develop an addiction to opioids. Following an arrest, he was able to overcome his addiction, and turn his life around. He talks to David Greene about how he became a beloved social media personality and advocate for people struggling with addiction.


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