Max Kellerman Show

Max Kellerman Show

Weekdays 2pm – 3pm
Never shy with an opinion, Max Kellerman brings his unique style back to where it all began, your radio. After spending two hours a day debating on First Take on ESPN, Max will be opening the floor to his listeners to shine a light on what matters to you the most. No matter what happened on the court, the field or the ring, the interaction with you, his audience will be paramount, weekdays starting at 2PM Eastern. Just be prepared to back to it up and be educated in the process. Along the way he’ll be joined by everyone from the newsmakers to the movers and shakers in sports. It’s Max and you, weekdays on ESPN Radio, ESPNews, the ESPN App and your smart speakers.

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The Max Kellerman Show

The Max Kellerman Show

Never shy with an opinion, Max Kellerman brings his unique style back to where it all began, your radio. No matter what happened on the court, the field or the ring, the interaction with you, his audience will be paramount. Just be prepared to back to it up and be educated in the process. Along the way he’ll be joined by everyone from the newsmakers to the movers and shakers in sports. This is the home for hourly podcasts of the show.

Hour 2: Lakers Worried about Nets Big 3?

How do the Lakers matchup with the Nets' Big 3? Ben Detrick stops by to discuss the Nets strengths and weaknesses. Who is more valuable to their team: Mahomes or Allen? Is Aaron Rodgers hinting at an end or change to his career? Who is America rooting for to make the Super Bowl?

Hour 1: The Big 3 Debut

The debut of the Net's Big 3 results in a loss. Max thinks they'll need to address that defense to be successful. Jets' new head coach Robert speaks at a press conference. Max is impressed with Salah. Max has Joel Embiid as his NBA MVP so far. ESPN Jets' Insider Rich Cimini drops by to give us the reaction to Saleh behind the scenes.

Hour 2: Can Chiefs Win w/o Mahomes?

Is Philip Rivers a Hall of Famer? Don't think for 1 second Carson Wentz is a lock to be an Eagle next season. The Colts would be the perfect fit for Wentz. What about Sam Darnold to the Jets? Here's how the Chiefs can beat the Bills without Mahomes.