On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta break down the Raptors' win in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, preview the Champions League Final and discuss the unprecedented eight-way tie in the National Spelling Bee.
One month before the Women's World Cup kicks off in France, Sports Illustrated's latest podcast takes an ambitious dive into FIFA's inaugural women's tournament, in 1991, and the U.S. team that surprised the world.
Ja Morant's triple-double and Fletcher Magee's three-point record highlighted an exciting opening day of NCAA Tournament action, and we have all the analysis. Plus, news on Colin Kaepernick's NFL settlement and QB pro days, and Grant Wahl on USMNT.
The NCAA Tournament gets underway today, and we have everything to get you (and your bracket) ready.
On SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss Sports Illustrated's exclusive Le'Veon Bell interview with MMQB senior writer Jenny Vrentas. Plus, more March Madness and NBA action.
Our NCAA Tournament preview continues, as we dive inside the Zion Williamson hype machine and chat with Ja Morant’s high school coach. Plus, the UConn women don’t receive a No. 1 seed for the first time since 2007, and Ed Reed stops by the studio.
SI Now breaks down the NCAA Tournament bracket with Jon Rothstein and Seth Greenberg, discussing potential sleepers, upsets, players to watch and, of course, Duke's chances to win it all. Guests: Jon Rothstein, Seth Greenberg, Daniel Rapaport.
Duke's talented freshmen still dominate the top of SI's 2019 NBA Draft, but scintillating Murray State star Ja Morant is looking to break up the Blue Devils. Check out our latest lottery projections.
At his height of 5'10," and playing weight of 194 lbs. Kyler Murray is much smaller than your average QB prospect, but will it matter in the NFL?
What if Tug of War was still an olympic sport? Upon Further Review author Mike Pesca describes a "tugobsessed" America where the best athletes drop the ball and pick up the rope.
What if Drew Bledsoe hadn't gone down, so Tom Brady never stepped up? Upon Further Review author Mike Pesca describes a world where the Patriots dynasty is left on the bench.
In a segment earlier this week, SI Now mistakenly said that Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander directed a tweet at Roberto Osuna after Osuna's suspension for domestic violence allegations earlier this year. The tweet was actually about a former Astros minor leaguer who was caught on camera assaulting his girlfriend. Here, we apologize and correct the report.
Will Rickie Fowler stay hot? Can the Cavs get back on track? And will the Patriots win their sixth Lombardi Trophy? From sunny Arizona to freezing cold Minnesota, we'll tell you the sporting events you don't want to miss around the country this weekend.
From playing basketball to watching television, LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball are living laid-back lifestyles in Lithuania. SI NBA Insider Jared Zwerling shares an in-depth look at how the brothers are experiencing Eastern Europe
Kyrie Irving wanted to be "The Man," and he got his wish. How will he fare? SI Now's Robin Lundberg shares why he believes the Boston Celtics' star could struggle in the leading role.
Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber believes that if the Dallas Cowboys can stop faltering near the end of games, they should find themselves in a good position.
In light of ESPN and the White House censuring Jemele Hill for a tweet calling President Donald Trump a white supremacist, Hill's former colleague and current SI Now co-host Robin Lundberg explains why he's disappointed in ESPN and why he's got Hill's back.