War of Will proved to be the deserving winner of the 144th Preakness Stakes while Bodexpress caused a stir with his jockey-less run and questions continue to surround Pimlico and the state of horse racing.
One reader asked the Open Floor podcast if the Pelicans should trade Zion Williamson to the Lakers for LeBron James. Andrew Sharp and The Washington Post's Ben Golliver consider the question and talk about the Zion-AD dynamics in New Orleans.
Deontay Wilder did what he was supposed to and made slight work of Dominic Breazeale with a first-round knockout Saturday night. But to prove he's the best heavyweight, Wilder needs to defeat a more formidable opponent.
Will he return to Duke? Is he frustrated about the possibility of playing for New Orleans? What about playing with Anthony Davis? While he might have left Chicago, Zion Williamson is still the talk of the combine.
In 1985 the first U.S. women’s national team didn’t win a single game at its first international competition. In Episode 2 of our podcast exploring the rise of women's soccer, we examine how it only took six years to go from that embarrassing performance to becoming World Cup favorites.
Stephen Curry scored 37 points in Golden State's Game 2 win over Portland, continuing his recent run of stellar play without Kevin Durant. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta wonder who is more valuable, Curry or Durant?