The NBA Is One Big Banana Boat
It’s your duty as a basketball fan to obsess over whether players are friends.
InflategateDon’t believe the pumped-up headlines. The latest study on CTE in the NFL doesn’t tell us anything we didn’t already know.
Kyrie Irving Is a Mad GeniusHis trade request could destroy the Cleveland Cavaliers and might ruin his career. I wholeheartedly approve.
No Shelter From the Woj BombsAdrian Wojnarowski gets more scoops than any other NBA reporter. He’ll make the ESPN hype machine even more terrifyingly powerful.
The Hero the NBA NeedsThe Cavs and Warriors are undefeated, but these playoffs belong to Isaiah Thomas.
Mike D’Antoni Already Changed the NBA OnceWith the Houston Rockets, he’s revolutionizing the league again.
The Curse of Jackie RobinsonThe Red Sox passed on the chance to integrate the major leagues. The franchise is still recovering from that original sin.
Passing the Chemistry TestWill pro sports teams ever figure out how to quantify how well teammates get along?
Tony Romo Got Out While He Was Still AliveThe Cowboys quarterback will be a whole lot safer in the broadcast booth than he was on the football field.
Fox Sports 1 Is Amazing! Awful! Fantastic! Execrable!Will a network that serves up every opinion and its opposite reinvent sports television—or destroy it?
“That Was My Play!”The future of sports just might be the Screaming Eagles, a football team controlled by fans with smartphones.
Big Money, Pretty Big StarParis Saint-Germain is paying Neymar to be the best soccer player in the world. But will he ever surpass Messi and Ronaldo?
Howard Hughes Has a Plan to Fix the NBAThe Eastern Conference is awful. There are too many bad games on TV. Should we burn it to the ground and start over?
John Wooden’s Homespun Creed Was Not So HomespunThe legendary basketball coach claimed his father developed a brilliant, seven-point philosophy of life. That’s total hogwash.
Flipping AwesomeIn praise of the Philadelphia Phillies’ Odubel Herrera, who tosses his bat skyward when he grounds out to second base.
The Quest for a Sub–Two-Hour MarathonEliud Kipchoge almost broke the barrier. What does his race tell us about the limits of human performance?
Still a White Man’s SportSeventy years after Jackie Robinson integrated Major League Baseball, the game has yet to embrace black culture.
One Month, Every StadiumOur guide to visiting all 30 major-league ballparks in 30 days, updated for 2017.
These Guys Are GoodUnder Bruce Arena, the U.S. men’s national soccer team has transformed from an embarrassment into an aggressive attacking force.
There Is No More American Name Than Muhammad AliWhat the immigration officials who detained the boxer’s son should know about the great champion and this nation’s values.