Should NFL fans be looking forward to seeing the Oakland Raiders on HBO's upcoming season of 'Hard Knocks'? SI Now's Robin Lundberg feels strongly that he's already seen enough of the Raiders' antics this offseason.
Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka have combined to win the past three U.S. Open titles. However, SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport believes a golfer with only two career PGA Tour victories will win golf's third major.
Rory McIlroy will look to build upon his victory at last week's Canadian Open when he takes the course this week at Pebble Beach. What kinds of challenges might McIlroy face at the 2019 U.S. Open? SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport joins us to discuss.
19 years ago at Pebble Beach, Tiger Woods put together possibly his greatest performance ever, winning the U.S. Open by 15 strokes. Will Woods' knowledge of the course help him win his second major of the season? SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport weighs in.
Alex Morgan tied the record for most goals in a World Cup game, notching five in the USWNT's 13-0 win over Thailand. Former U.S. player Lori Lindsey discusses how she compares with American greats Abby Wambach and Mia Hamm.
Kevin Durant is expected to face a long recovery from the Achilles injury he suffered in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. With KD potentially becoming a free agent this summer, possible suitors now have to question whether they should offer him a full max deal.
The United States thrashed Thailand 13-0 in its World Cup opener, the most lopsided win in the history of the tournament. Goal differential matters in the World Cup, hence the need to keep scoring, but were the team's late-game celebrations over the top?
On today's SI Now, former USWNT player Lori Lindsey joins us to break down the U.S.'s historic victory over Thailand, Daniel Rapaport previews the U.S. Open and we discuss the Oakland Raiders' upcoming appearance on 'Hard Knocks.' Plus Heather 'The Heat' Hardy joins the program.
Guests: Lori Lindsey, Daniel Rapaport & Heather Hardy
The U.S. men's national team will be without 20-year-old phenom Tyler Adams due to a nagging injury he picked up during the Bundesliga season. Fox Sports lead Gold Cup game analyst Stu Holden breaks down how this will impact Gregg Berhalter's side come the start of the tournament.
While some fans and New York media have blamed Mets manager Mickey Callaway for the team's subpar performance this season, but first baseman (and occasional outfielder) Dominic Smith joins SI Now to describe how Callaway’s positive outlook will ultimately breed success.
For the past several years the Warriors have been heavy favorites to win the title, but this year things have changed. SI Now host Amy Campbell argues that the result of Game 5, and Kevin Durant's Achilles injury, make Golden State a truly appealing underdog.
As David Ortiz recovers in a Boston hospital after being shot at a Dominican Republic club, the sports world—from Pedro Martinez to Tom Brady and President Barack Obama—has rallied around the Red Sox legend.
When Kevin Durant injured his Achilles early in the second quarter of Game 5, some fans at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena started cheering. 13-year NBA veteran Quentin Richardson joins SI Now to explain why the home crowd's reaction was out of line.
In his highly-anticipated return from a calf strain, Kevin Durant left Game 5 of the NBA Finals with an Achilles injury that could prove catastrophic. Now it's fair to wonder whether Durant came back too soon.
On today's SI Now, the Warriors won Game 5, but lost Kevin Durant. Quentin Richardson joins Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell to break down the fallout from last night's thriller.
Guests: Quentin Richardson & Dominic Smith