On Friday's SI Now, guest host Jessica Marksbury, Shane O'Donoghue, and Cameron Morfit discuss Martin Keymar dominating the first two days of the U.S, Open and whether or not his competitors will be able to catch up to him.
The outcome was a stunner -- 5-1! -- as the Dutch dealt Spain its worst World Cup loss since 1950.
The rematch has been anything but a replay. The Dutch have started to turn it on, taking a 3-1 lead over Spain.
The Kings dominated the Rangers in Game 4 ... and lost. So what should L.A. change in Game 5? Nothing, says Allan Muir.
Spain and the Netherlands meet this afternoon in a rematch of the "barbaric" 2010 World Cup final. What can we expect?
Mexico tallied a much-needed win in its World Cup opener, topping Cameroon 1-0 to keep pace with Brazil in Group A.
Donald Sterling's legal team scored a victory this week, but it is unlikely to stop the eventual sale of the Los Angeles Clippers. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas ruled that Sterling is entitled to a hearing to determine his mental competence. Sterling's mental competence has become a crucial legal issue in the Clippers' sale. When Sterling's wife and co-owner, Shelly Sterling, reached an agreement to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, she did so on the belief that she was the sole trustee of the family trust. Shelly Sterling made this determination based on language in the trust agreement indicating that she would become the sole trustee if her husband was mentally incompetent. Shelly Sterling allegedly possesses medical reports establishing that her husband was mentally incompetent. Donald Sterling, through his legal team, categorically disagrees with Shelly Sterling's conclusion and insists that his mind is fine. If Donald Sterling's attorneys are correct, then Shelly Sterling never had the legal authority to represent the trust and thus her deal with Ballmer would become void.
SI.com's Grant Wahl gives a preview of Mexico vs. Cameroon, what will change for the lineups, and Mexico's chances to advance.
Can anyone catch Martin Kaymer after his record start to the U.S. Open? Follow along with our Round 2 live blog.
MIAMI -- Scattered boos began coming down in the first half, the lower bowl was mostly vacated by midway through the fourth quarter, the remaining fans wore panama hats and sullen faces, the public address announcer's final "DOS MINUTOS" call went out without a response, and the trophy-inspired "Larry Loves Miami" posters lay discarded in the aisles. The party seems all but over for the Heat, losers of two straight blowouts at home, back-to-back champions who looked broken on both ends by the Spurs.
The Heat need Dwyane Wade to snap out of his funk in order to stave off elimination and climb back into the NBA Finals.
The Spurs routed the Heat 107-86 in Game 4, putting San Antonio one win away from an NBA title.