The Crossover’s Madelyn Burke, DeAntae Prince and Robin Lundberg discuss which matchup they’d like to see in the finals of The Crossover’s NBA 1-on-1 Tournament.
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The Miami Dolphins have suspended linebacker Lawrence Timmons indefinitely after he went AWOL the night before Miami’s 19-17 victory over the Chargers on Sunday.
Nine NBA teams lost money after revenue sharing last season according to league financial documents obtained by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and Zach Lowe.
Sarah Kustok of the Yes Network will become the only woman primary analyst for NBA regional broadcasts, the network announced Monday.Kustok served as the courtside reporter for Nets broadcasts for the past five seasons, occasionally filling in as an an…
SI Now co-hosts Maggie Gray and Robin Lundberg looks at whether NFL front offices are starting to feel the pressure to sign Colin Kaepernick.
SI Now co-hosts Maggie Gray and Robin Lundberg react to the small crowds at the Chargers and Rams home games.
Given that the Nationals entered the month with a 15-game division lead, the biggest suspense surrounding Washington in September wasn’t when they would clinch the NL East, but when Bryce Harper would return. Out since August 12 due to a left knee injury, the 24-year-old slugger took an important
Unless you’re a fan of Jesus Sucre home runs and Eduardo Rodriguez three-ball counts, then Sunday’s matinee affair between the Red Sox and Rays wasn’t much in terms of entertainment. But the seventh and eighth innings of Tampa’s 3–2 win over Boston did provide something noteworthy
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The NFL may want to look into the cost of Hollywood extras. The league played two games in Los Angeles on Sunday for the first time since 1995, but someone forgot to tell the fans. The Chargers failed to sell out their 27,000-seat StubHub Center. Across town, the Rams didn’t fare much better. Official