This weekend Manny Pacquiao will look to recapture championship gold against WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman. Pacquiao joined SI Now to discuss the upcoming bout, explaining why Thurman isn't the toughest opponent he's faced and why he isn't concerned about his strength.
Manny Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach, still laments that Pacquiao was injured in his first fight with Floyd Mayweather and wants a rematch. Manny wishes Floyd goodwill in retirement, but says he'd be open to a rematch if Mayweather was willing to come back to boxing.
With big stars like Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy out of the picture, which PGA Tour players are in a prime position to win this weekend at Royal Portrush? SI's Daniel Rapaport gives his favorites to win the Open Championship.
Kawhi Leonard’s feud with Nike continues over the "Klaw" logo, as the company countersued the Clippers star on Wednesday, claiming that Leonard did not in fact design the symbol in question. SI Legal Analyst Michael McCann unpacks the dispute.
The Dodgers, Yankees and Astros have a stranglehold on baseball's pennant race and lead SI's latest MLB Power Rankings. SI Now host Robin Lundberg breaks down their chances of an October collision course.
Will Eden Hazard, Matthijs de Ligt and Antoine Griezmann all find success with their new clubs? As the transfer window continues to wind down, SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray breaks down the biggest moves of the summer.
Baker Mayfield's wedding may not have happened if not for some annoying behavior online. An ESPN profile revealed that Mayfield's courtship of Emily Dickinson began after he repeatedly followed and unfollowed her on Instagram until they exhanged messages, which might be true millennial love... or just plain weird.
Current Seattle Seahawks players and former UCF Knights stars Shaquem and Shaquill Griffin join SI Now to describe how personal it felt when former UCF head coach George O’Leary forced them to cut their hair.
MLB suspended Angels reliever Noe Ramirez three games and manager Brad Ausmus one game as discipline for beaning Astros outfielder Jake Marisnick Tuesday night. It's believed the pitch was retaliation for Marisnick's collision with Angels catcher Jonathan Lucroy. SI Now debates if the punishment is enough.
The Browns have been one of the most talked about NFL teams since the end of last season but is the hype warranted? Ryan Asselta and Robin Lundberg discuss whether the Browns are overrated or if they will live up to the media’s lofty expectations placed upon them.
The Astros and Angels benches cleared in Tuesday's game after LA pitcher Noe Ramirez hit Houston's Jake Marisnick with a pitch. The act was believed to be a retaliation for Marisnick's recent home-plate collision with Jonathan Lucroy. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta debate how baseball should handle these issues.
According to the Big 12's coordinator of officials, players that mock the Texas Longhorns sign might get flagged if they prolong the display or direct it at opponents. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta decide if the punishment is really worth the crime.
Both the Knicks and Nets came into the NBA offseason ready to make a huge splash, but it was the Nets who struck gold after signing both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Vegas foresees opposite seasons for the two New York teams. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta discuss whether each team will hit their estimated win totals.
While Jalen Hurts made headlines transferring to Oklahoma, he has yet to win the starting QB job. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta debate if this should lower expectations for Hurts or if this move is just coach's gamesmanship.
With Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Anthony Davis heading to LA, much of the talk around the league has been centered around the Lakers and Clippers. Now that the win totals for each team have been announced, fans have even more to talk about. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta predict if the Lakers and Clippers will hit their projections.
The NBA's third overall pick R.J. Barrett averaged more than 15 points, 8 boards, and 4 dimes in five NBA Summer League games, but only shot 34%. The Crossover’s Jeremy Woo looks into the crystal ball and tells SI Now if Knicks fans should be worried.