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In a league deeper than it has been in decades, Bill Simmons dives in to rank the NBA’s top 60 most valuable assets.
Kyle Kinane is the cult hero of stand-up comedy.
Our latest film, from David Beilinson and Neil Amdur, tells the origin story of Gatorade, a magical elixir developed to rehydrate University of Florida athletes struggling in the school’s swampy environs.
The Memphis Grizzlies point guard is ready to shake off the label he’s carried for much of his NBA career.
An appreciation of the coach who taught low volleys and forehand backswings to everyone from weekend hackers to former U.S. Open champion Tracy Austin.
A conversation with Donald Glover, a.k.a. Childish Gambino, about the Grammys, rap, his new TV show, race, social media, and the two sides of fame.
Hanging with the highly amusing, deeply stoned, not-so-secretly smart, and super-powerful women of ‘Broad City.’
He was a blue Na’vi in ‘Avatar’ and Ken in ‘Street Fighter.’ He’s worked alongside Jackie Chan, Ant-Man, and the Power Rangers. If you own a PlayStation, you may have killed him at some point. But he doesn’t mind — that’s his job. Meet Reuben Langdon, motion-capture stuntman and resident of the future.
How the five players on the Packers’ offensive line became the most impenetrable unit in the NFL, and how that could lead them — and their quarterback Aaron Rodgers — back to the promised land.
Our latest film, from actor Ken Jeong, tells the story of how a 5-foot-5 premed student played a crucial role in Notre Dame’s undefeated football season.
How Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy have blended new-school tactics with Montana-era West Coast offense principles to bring the Packers to the brink.
Rex Ryan’s incredible run as the Jets’ leading man ended in spectacular, Chernobyl-level disaster. But does anyone doubt he’ll be back — bigger than ever?
How Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson became the NBA’s best backcourt and helped the Golden State Warriors to the top of the league’s standings.
Our comprehensive, no-stone-left-unturned, increasingly deranged annual account of all the people, players, events, movements, and preposterous trends from the year that was.
What We Saw: On the private pleasures of amateur covers on YouTube.
The six-minute ‘True Detective’ tracking shot, and the night TV changed.
#SochiFail and the dissonance of the Olympics.
Behind the scenes at Fanatics.com’s sports memorabilia warehouse during the holiday rush.
Watching the North Korea–lampooning, Sony-hack-inciting, hilariously unnerving ‘The Interview’ with Seth Rogen in a movie theater, for perhaps the last time.
Chris Wondolowski looks back on the World Cup.