2020 has been a unique year for sports fans to say the least. Professional and collegiate team sporting events still remain on pause during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most Sunday nights would be filled with championship competitions, Sunday night baseball action and playoff games across the NBA and NHL. Instead, ESPN's family of networks has been offering new 30 for 30 films spotlighting sports figures. Following the success of The Last Dance chronicling the 1990s Chicago Bulls and Lance following cyclist Lance Armstrong, ESPN will air Be Water, a focus on the legendary Bruce Lee. Director Bao Nguygen joined Levack and Goz to discuss why Bruce Lee is the focus of the film. What did he mean to the sports world? What are some of the moments/scenes we will not see Sunday night? To hear that interview, click on the link below.

This Sunday's new 30 for 30 Be Water premieres at 9pm on ESPN. Remember you can watch this Sunday's film plus past 30 for 30 films by downloading the ESPN+ app here