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In the February 1 newsletter:
Tom Brady's retirement, streaming recommendations for February, and the most undeserving NBA All-Star selections in history.
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Tom Brady Remade the NFL in His Image and Changed Football Forever

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The story of Brady’s career is the story of the NFL for the past two decades. You cannot tell one without the other.

[Kevin Clark on Tom Brady's legacy.]

Brothers in Broken Arms

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Jackass Forever, the fourth movie in Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze’s profanely hilarious series, is a reminder that there’s far more to it than nut shots.

[Alan Siegel on the making of Jackass Forever.]

The Most Undeserving NBA All-Star Selections in History, by the Numbers

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Before the voting system changed, more than a few players made the All-Star cut for reasons other than merit. We crunched the numbers to come up with the 20 least valuable selections of the past 55 years.

[Zach Kram found the least-deserving NBA All-Stars.]

There Is Only One Joe Burrow | The Ryen Russillo Podcast

Ryen Russillo recaps both conference championship games and runs through some potential story lines for the Rams-Bengals Super Bowl.

The Ringer Guide to Streaming in February

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A true Hollywood story; a story from another planet; a love story in which two people get engaged without ever seeing each other. Here’s what’s coming to Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, and more this month.

[Our staff on what you should stream this month.]

Do the Spurs Need a Star to Become Relevant Again?

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Dejounte Murray may not have the star power to lift San Antonio back into contention by himself, but his development into an All-Star candidate is an example of how the Spurs’ version of The Process could work.

[Isaac Levy-Rubinett on Dejounte Murray and the rebuilding of the Spurs.]
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