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Texas Rangers reliever Matt Bush opens up about what it's like to be called MLB's biggest draft bust. Plus, Real Sports sits down with Juan Dixon, the star of Maryland's 2002 NCAA basketball title team, to learn that Dixon's storybook tale of overcoming daunting odds wasn't what it seemed.

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February 2017

Previously on Real Sports

Bryant Gumbel visits with Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon as he heads into the 2017 season. Plus, Jon Frankel goes inside the underground world of cockfighting and Andrea Kremer sits down with New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.


Real Sports Receives Peter Jennings Award

The series was honored for its 2016 expose on the International Olympic Committee. This is Real Sports' second award from the OPC. Read here for more on the 78th Annual OPC Award winners.


HBO Receives 35 Guild Awards

Real Sports took home the award for Outstanding Sports Program. See the full list of HBO winners here.

Remembering Craig Sager

Veteran NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager passed away on Dec. 15, 2016. Real Sports correspondent Bernard Goldberg met with Sager earlier in the year right after he had been diagnosed with cancer for the third time. 

Ep. 238 Trailer (January 2017)

The Game He Loved

Correspondent Jon Frankel revisits the story of Kevin Turner, a former NFL player who died in 2016 from ALS and whose brain is being studied for CTE.

Ep. 238 Trailer (January 2017)

The Hooper's Pass

Host Bryant Gumbel returns to his hometown of Chicago to report from Marshall High School, site of the iconic sports film, Hoop Dreams. There he hears from former basketball players who explain how they were spared the gun violence that now threatens today's local athletes.

Ep. 238 Trailer (January 2017)

Mind Games

Correspondent Bernie Goldberg sits down with Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel, who in his spare time is pursuing a PhD in mathematics at MIT.

Ep. 229 full segment


In 2006, Donald Trump embarked on a mission to build one of the greatest luxury golf resorts in the world on the historic northeast coast of Scotland. The project sparked heated opposition from locals who believed the venture would spoil their pristine coastline.

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