On SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss the Warriors' dominance over the Nuggets, chat with MMA fighter Henry Cejudo and continue to break down NFL conference championships.
Guests: Henry Cejudo and Daniel Rapaport
Serena Williams is back at the Australian Open for the first time since winning the major while pregnant. Andy Roddick addresses Williams' incredible career and says she belongs on the Mount Rushmore of sports.
Tennis Hall of Famer Andy Roddick discusses the importance of Andy Murray's Wimbledon titles and shares impressive it is that Murray was able to make a name for himself while Federer, Nadal and Djokovic dominated tennis.
Duke was not the same after Tre Jones left the game with a shoulder injury, leading to a shocking overtime loss to Syracuse. How concerned should the Blue Devils be about their ability to overcome Jones' injury?
According to Jerry Rice, Antonio Brown "really badly" wants to play for the San Francisco 49ers. It's no secret that Brown's relationship with the Pittsburgh Steelers is strained right now, but here's why he's not handling his situation with grace.
Kyrie Irving was not pleased with how the Boston Celtics performed in back-to-back losses to the Miami Heat and Orlando Magic, but here's why he shouldn't be the one who criticizes his young teammates.
With the Milwaukee Bucks, San Antonio Spurs and Denver Nuggets all preforming better than expected halfway through the season, which coach is most deserving of Coach of the Year? The Crossover's Rob Mahoney gives his take.
The New Orleans Saints put an end to the Philadelphia Eagles' title defense behind tremendous performances from Drew Brees and Michael Thomas. But former running back Tiki Barber explains why Sean Payton's adjustments were crucial to the team's win.