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” That’s just a small taste of the kind of lively conversation Nichols and her collaborators try to cultivate on “The Jump,” ESPN’s first year-round daily NBA-themed show.
“And you can never count out Le Bron James,” he added.
“Frankly, I think there are some athletes who would have pulled out of the interview,” she says.
“Instead he wanted to address it and he was very forthcoming. I think he recognized the power he had and the number of people who would be listening to him.
“I wanted to be able to tap into the expertise I’ve built up covering the sport for a long time — to have an opinion, to be part of the conversation and, as a national show, being part of starting that conversation.” “The Jump” usually originates from Los Angeles, but is on the road for the NBA Finals and Nichols is digging the view just outside the Lake Chalet restaurant.
“This is pretty exceptional — by far the most beautiful (on-location) set we’ve had,” she says. ” Her program is part of ESPN’s renewed commitment to the NBA.
“That was important, but I had been doing that for the better part of two decades.
As a host of a studio show, I think there’s a danger — with women in particular — that you become Vanna White.
He said that while the film’s soundtrack, which includes songs from Freelance Whales and Wild Nothing, harks back to the synth-pop of his youth, it’s also apt for a couple nearly half his age: “I don’t consider myself young in any way, but I do feel part of a generation that’s somewhat arrested.For more information, visit the restaurant’s website.Mike Nichols’s classic 1967 film, “The Graduate,” Benjamin Braddock, the fretful college grad played by Dustin Hoffman, rejects his parents’ life of conformity and drives around to Simon and Garfunkel songs. ” his dream girl, with whom he’s been on one date, asks.His longest speech is an “ambition is such bullshit” rant about old folks’ careerism and consumerism.When his father read the script, Nichols said, “he wisely introduced the topic of whether Megan and Alec’s relationship to ambition was a pitfall—whether it would make them unsympathetic, or unrepresentative.