On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell break down Toronto's Game 5 win over the Bucks, preview the WNBA season with Derek Fisher and talk French Open with Jon Wertheim.
Guests: Derek Fisher & Jon Wertheim
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss Toronto's Game 4 victory, preview the Stanley Cup Final with Alex Prewitt and break down Drake's sideline antics.
Guests: Alex Prewitt & Luis Miguel Echegaray
Stephen Curry is regarded as maybe the greatest shooter the NBA has ever seen, but where does he get his on-court toughness from? Gotham Chopra, director of "Stephen vs The Game" gives his insight as to how Curry's mother and wife are largely responsible for Curry's competitive edge.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss Golden State's path to a fifth straight NBA Finals, welcome competitive eater Joey Chestnut and are joined by Sports Emmy winner and director of "Tom vs. Time" and "Stephen Curry vs. the Game," Gotham Chopra.
Guests: Joey Chesnut & Gotham Chopra
Tiger Woods was surprisingly upbeat after missing the cut at the 2019 PGA Championship. SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport joins SI Now to discuss what went wrong for Tiger at Bethpage Black and what can be expected of the 2019 Masters champion going forward.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell welcome SI golf editor Daniel Rapaport to discuss Brooks Koepka's PGA Championship win and are joined by Quentin Richardson to break down the latest from the NBA playoffs.
Guests: Daniel Rapaport & Quentin Richardson
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder made headlines this week saying that he hopes to take the life of his opponent Dominic Breazeale in their upcoming bout, but does he want to take back his comments? SI Now host Robin Lundberg asks the champ this same question.
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta discuss Golden State's Game 2 win over Portland, talk PGA Championship with SI's Daniel Rapaport and welcome Deontay Wilder to the show.
Guests: Jaylon Smith, Daniel Rapaport & Deontay Wilder
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta break down Milwaukee's comeback win over Toronto, talk football and math with former NFL player John Urschel and are joined by Prince and Cecil Fielder.
Guests: John Urschel, Prince Fielder & Cecil Fielder
On today's SI Now, Robin Lundberg welcomes SI senior writer Chris Mannix to the show to break down the scene from inside the NBA draft lottery room. Plus, former USWNT star Julie Foudy joins us to preview this summer's Women's World Cup.
Guests: Chris Mannix & Julie Foudy
On Tuesday night, a random ping pong ball will determine which lucky NBA team gets a shot at Duke's Zion Williamson. SI Now hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss which potential destinations are most interesting.
Stuck on the struggling Giants, pitcher Madison Bumgarner would seem to be a clear target for a midseason trade, but he recently gave his team a no-trade list. So which landing spot would be the best fit?
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell preview the NBA draft lottery, look ahead to the PGA Championship with SI Golf Editor Daniel Rapaport and welcome Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky to the show.
Guests: Mitchell Trubisky & Daniel Rapaport
On today's SI Now, hosts Robin Lundberg welcomes 13-year NBA veteran Quentin Richardson to break down the wild weekend in the NBA playoffs. What should the Sixers do in the offseason? What's next for the Rockets? Those answers, plus our conversation with double amputee marathon runner Marko Cheseto.
Guests: Quentin Richardson & Marko Cheseto
The Portland-Denver series has been highly competitive and is now headed to a Game 7, but why has there been little buzz surrounding the matchup? SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta discuss why the Trail Blazers and Nuggets deserve more attention from the NBA audience.
Tom Brady will be without Rob Gronkowski this NFL season which means the title of best quarterback-tight end combo is up for grabs. 49ers Qb Jimmy Garopollo joined SI Now to discuss whether he and George Kittle can claim that label.
49ers first-round pick Nick Bosa has made headlines due to his controversial posts on social media. When asked whether this could cause a rift in the locker room, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo says the team's chemistry will be fine and that the negative narrative has been media driven.