A year-and-a-half ago, the Toronto Raptors became the first Canadian team to win the NBA Championship, dethroning the greatest dynasty in recent memory: The Golden State Warriors. In the months that followed, they lost their star player to free agency as well as another important starter, yet last season they
New York, NY—In 2017, NBA legend Michael Jordan sat down with Cigar Aficionado editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken for a rare, exclusive interview and video shoot for the magazine's special 25th-anniversary issue. Now, for the first time, the magazine will air the 58-minute Michael Jordan interview on Thursday, July 30 at 7pm
Josh Harris talks about the Devils and 76ers and mentions Jack Hughes LESLIE PICKER: We could turn to sports if you want. Why don't we do that? Why don't we turn to sports? JOSHUA HARRIS: Great. LESLIE PICKER: Okay. So got a hockey team? JOSHUA HARRIS: Got a hockey team. LESLIE PICKER: Basketball team?
The NBA draft this 2017 version seems more frenetic than ever. Prospects are dissected, analyzed, and compared to heroes of yesteryear. There is the pre-draft camp, the endless talk show hustle as well as fantasy drafts. Preceded by hype, hope and hoopla, the NBA Draft finally will finally arrive with
NBA Play-offs looming and big-time books about basketball all over the place. What follows is your faithful reviewers picks – all slam dunks. Golden by Marcus Thompson II (Touchstone, $26.00, 259 pages) is sub-titled “the miraculous rise of Seth Curry” and it is all about that and much more. Thompson, who
SAN FRANCISCO -- Bill Russell, who led the University of San Francisco (USF) to back-to-back NCAA Championships in 1955 and ’56 and won 11 NBA Championships in his 13-year professional career with the Boston Celtics, has been selected as one of three recipients for the Sports Illustrated Muhammad Ali Legacy