Jermaine O’Neal discusses “The Malice in The Palace” between the Pacers and Pistons | #TheRightTime

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“Untold” the documentary 00:00

Ron Artest 08:00

The Aftermath 12:56

Jermaine and Indiana 22:51

Charity Trivia Tournament 29:00

On this episode of #TheRightTime Bomani Jones welcomes in Jermaine O’Neal to discuss the release of his Netflix documentary that examines the infamous brawl between the Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons. PLUS! The first round of The Right Time Charity Trivia Tournament, Nick Wright takes on Shannon Penn!

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