As sports editor at The Tylt, the largest social polling platform on the internet, Dan Tran digs into all the fan insights and data gathered from millions of votes as he discusses the hottest topics in the game with the most influential voices in the industry.
Lean on me: Athletes leading activism
Dan talks with former Texas Southern running back Randall Newsome about his violent run-in with police, historically Black colleges and the role of athletes in activism.
Air Jordans: If the shoe fits
Michael Jordan's playing career is over, but his shoes continue to thrive and drive sneaker culture. The Ringer's Tyler Tynes joins Tylt sports editor Dan Tran to discuss the shoe's impact, "The Last Dance" and his new Cam Newton project.
Draft Punk: NFL fans up all night to get lucky
The NFL Draft is moving forward with a digital twist to avoid coronavirus and fans are just as excited to see who their team picks to improve. Tylt sports editor Dan Tran talks with New York Daily News writer Charles McDonald to talk about what the New York Giants and New York Jets may do, the consequences of Rob Gronkowski's return to the NFL and play a little game of Pro Bowler/Starter/Bench.
LeBron James: Athlete or Activist
LeBron James is one of the greatest NBA players ever, but his legacy is so much more. Tylt sports editor Dan Tran sits down with award-winning filmmakers Marc and Dan Levin, who embedded themselves in James' I Promise school, to talk about the kids that attend the school and their "I Promise" docuseries on Quibi.
Bang! Bang!—The Astros shot us down
The Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal echoed through the sports world like a bat hitting a trashcan, but it was also the league's response (or lack thereof). Dan breaks it all down with former Sonoma Stompers general manager Jen Ramos including offering MLB commissioner Rob Manfred some alternate punishments.
Super Spectacle: Breaking Down the Super Bowl Halftime Show
From nipples to confused sharks, the Super Bowl halftime show has eclipsed the game itself with otherworldly performances and spectacular showmanship. Dan sits down with Tylt Fan Army editor Deron Dalton to breakdown some of the show's biggest hits and misses, and who you thought made the most memorable impact.
Great interviews on an interesting topic.
This is a nice deep dive on the culture of pain in sports.
Really like the POV on this. Interesting to take about pain in the NFL.