On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta welcome SI senior writer Chris Mannix to break down the NBA postseason. Plus, the MMQB's Gary Grambling comes on to talk NFL draft and QB prospect Dwayne Haskins joins the show to discuss what the draft process has been like for him and what he's hearing just days before the event.
WBO Welterweight champion Terence Crawford is one of the best boxers in his division, but WBA champion Keith Thurman recently said he isn't impressed by Crawford's career. Crawford joined SI Now to respond to Thurman's comments and explain why he is one of the top boxers in the world.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss Golden State's dominant Game 3 win over the Clippers, talk NFL draft with prospect Tre Watson and are joined by Terence Crawford to preview his upcoming fight.
Guests: Tre Watson & Terence Crawford
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss the NFL's schedule release, welcome Ray Allen to talk NBA and recap the Champions League quarterfinals with Luis Miguel Echegaray.
Guests: Ray Allen, Luis Miguel Echegaray
Paul Pierce made headlines last week when he said that he had a better career than Dwyane Wade. Ray Allen joined SI Now to discuss Pierce's comments and explained how Pierce may have hurt his legacy by comparing himself to the Heat star.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell welcome SI senior writer Alex Prewitt to break down the Lightning's stunning sweep. Plus, the MMQB's Jenny Vrentas and Alabama RB Josh Jacobs join the show to talk NFL draft.
Guests: Alex Prewitt, Jenny Vrentas & Josh Jacobs
Fight fans are looking forward to a potential mega-fight between boxing champions Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua. Former boxing champion Laila Ali weighs in on the potential match and explains what Wilder needs to do to be considered the best boxer in his division.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta discuss the Clippers' historic comeback against the Warriors, Russell Wilson's mega-extension and welcome the MMQB's Robert Klemko to talk Kyler Murray.
Guests: Robert Klemko & Laila Ali
Kyle Lowry was held scoreless in the Raptors' Game 1 playoff loss against the Magic, but what can we expect from the guard going forward? SI senior writer Chris Mannix joins SI Now to discuss why he thinks Toronto and its lead guard don't need to panic just yet.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell welcome SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport to discuss Tiger Woods' Masters victory. Plus, SI senior writer Chris Mannix breaks down the start of the NBA postseason and Virginia guard Ty Jerome joins the show to discuss his basketball future.
Guests: Daniel Rapaport, Chris Mannix & Ty Jerome
Unified boxing champion Claressa Shields takes on Christina Hammer this weekend, in a fight that's currently being billed as the biggest in women's boxing history. Shields joined SI Now to discuss the bout and how it might impact the sport going forward.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Madelyn Burke preview the NBA playoffs, welcome SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport from Augusta to talk Masters and are joined by boxer Claressa Shields and MMA fighter Max Holloway.
Guests: Daniel Rapaport, Claressa Shields & Max Holloway
The Oklahoma City Thunder have failed to reach the second round of the NBA playoffs following Keven Durant's departure in free agency. SI senior writer Chris Mannix joins SI Now to discuss the potential impact that another disappointing postseason could have on the franchise.
Golden State begins its quest for a third consecutive NBA title this weekend, but can anyone actually knockoff the Warriors? SI senior writer Chris Mannix joins SI Now to discuss why the Rockets have the best chance of beating the two-time defending champs.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Madelyn Burke break down the end of the NBA regular season, talk Champions League quarterfinals and preview the Masters.
Guests: Chris Mannix & Luis Miguel Echegaray
Magic Johnson blindsided the Lakers organization with his sudden decision to step down as team president. The Crossover's Rohan Nadkarni gives his thoughts on Johnson's surprising decision and Johnson's reasoning for leaving the team.
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