Kevin Durant’s latest feud with the media involves FS1’s Chris Broussard, as the NBA analyst called the Golden State Warriors' success without KD the star forward's worst nightmare. Is there any reason for Durant to be caught up in this drama?
Few predicted that the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues would ultimately square off in the 2019 Stanley Cup Final. But SI senior writer Alex Prewitt explains why the matchup's history and an unlikely underdog story make this a compelling battle on hockey's biggest stage.
Joey Chestnut is a world-renowned competitive eater, but his success didn't happen by accident. Chestnut explains the types of physical training he uses to prepare for competitions like the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest.
Yoenis Cespedes has yet to play a game for the Mets this season, but the outfielder will likely miss the remainder of the season after breaking his right ankle in a fall on his Florida ranch this weekend. How does Cespedes' injury compare to some of the Mets' other recent blunders?
The Bruins advanced to the Stanley Cup Final on Thursday night, becoming Boston's 18th major professional sports team since 2000 to play for a title. Would a Bruins win be a bigger deal than the Red Sox and Patriots' recent championships?
As SI's Tom Verducci points out, a troubling number of record-setting trends are indicating that baseball is going in a more extreme direction than ever before. SI Now's Robin Lundberg breaks down the numbers and provides a solution.
Tiger Woods was named in a wrongful death lawsuit in Florida ahead of his participation in this week's PGA Championship. Will the news create a cloud over Woods' play this weekend? SI Now's Robin Lundberg explains why it probably shouldn't.
The Broncos may have drafted Drew Lock as their potential quarterback of the future, but current quarterback Joe Flacco said recently that it's not his job to groom the rookie. SI Now hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell debate whether Flacco's right.
Ahead of this week's PGA Championship, Jason Day opens up about what it's like playing against Tiger Woods at Majors and weighs in on if the reigning Masters champion should be the tournament's favorite.
The golf world will turn its eyes to the PGA Championship this week so ahead of the tournament, 2015 PGA Championship winner Jason Day joins SI Now to discuss how his life changed after taking home a Major title.
Jason Day stepped away from golf in 2017 to look after his mother, who was suffering from lung cancer. Day opens up to SI Now's Ryan Asselta on how her diagnosis took a toll on his professional career.
The Houston Rockets were supposed to be the team engineered to beat the Warriors in the playoffs, but they once again fell short. Longtime NBA player Quentin Richardson says James Harden deserves the bulk of the blame for the Rockets failing to capitalize on the moment they asked for.
13-year NBA veteran Quentin Richardson says it can be frustrating for players who feel they are contributing to a team win to find out the analytics say otherwise. Has the league's commitment to crunching numbers gone too far?
Stephen and Seth Curry will become the first brothers to square off in an NBA Conference Finals, and their parents are reportedly flipping a coin to decide who gets their support. But SI Now host Robin Lundberg thinks it should be an easy decision for the superstar parents.