Game Theory, the longtime sports host’s new HBO late night show, is the culmination of a career built on his own terms.
BOMANI IN THE NEWS
Atlanta native Bomani Jones gets his own HBO sports show starting March 13. Read Bomani’s piece with the AJC and find out why his show will be different.
THE GUARDIAN: The newest home for the thinking fan’s pundit’s longform, nuanced takes on sports and culture is Game Theory, a new late-night show on HBO which debuts on Sunday.
UPROXX: Bomani Jones On Not Being Boring, Ignoring Haters, And His New HBO Late Night Show ‘Game Theory’
Bomani Jones doesn’t want to be your economics teacher. Instead, the well-known sports personality wants to make compelling arguments around the intersection of sports and money. And now he has the backing of HBO to do it.
The new late night series GAME THEORY WITH BOMANI JONES, featuring Emmy®-winning sports journalist and commentator Bomani Jones discussing timely issues that transcend the world of sports, debuts SUNDAY, MARCH 13 (11:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m. ET/PT). New episodes will debut each Sunday for six weeks on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max.
Bomani stopped by The Path to Power Summit, a cultural symposium focusing on the unique paths taken to acquire power hosted by Clark Atlanta University on Thursday. He joined fellow prominent CAU Alumni Pinky Cole, Jacque Reid, and Candace Rodney to discuss how their unique paths have guided their most powerful career moments.