Deandre Ayton (Suns) and Marvin Bagley III (Kings) went No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, before the Hawks and Mavs traded picks to land Luka Doncic in Dallas. Follow every team’s selection, with pick-by-pick grades and instant analysis from the Crossover TV NBA Draft Extravaganza through the first round.
It's becoming evident that the best chance for Lionel Messi and this generation of Argentina players has passed. An uninspired showing vs. Croatia was the result of few ideas, horrible errors and no spirit, and their World Cup could be ending sooner than later.
What are the important events that aren't really publicized that highlight this time of year in the NFL? Plus, mailbag questions on who has the deepest roster, the myth of redshirting highly drafted QBs, and more.
New playbooks. Harder-hitting defenders. The pressure of leading a franchise. The five first-round quarterbacks spoke to Sports Illustrated about their transition to the pros in an exclusive interview. Watch it now on SI TV by signing up for a free 7-day trial.
African nations have been pegged for success at World Cups for years, yet almost always fall flat of expectations. Enter Senegal, who, after beating Poland, look the part of a tough out the rest of the way.
Mexico has fallen flat in the World Cup round of 16 in the last six editions, unable to overcome the hurdle of a top-class opponent. After opening its 2018 World Cup with a win over Germany, El Tri now has reason to believe.
Belgium thrashed Panama on Monday in an expected result. But when you've waited so long to reach the World Cup stage, there's something to be said for embracing the party and fanfare that comes with making the trip for the first time.
After months of speculation and observation, draft night is nearly upon us. From blue-chippers to second-round sleepers, The Crossover’s Front Office reveals its final Top 100 rankings ahead of the 2018 NBA draft.