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Dedicated to the hobby of collecting graded CGC Sports Illustrated issues. Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, LeBron, Tiger Woods, Mahomes, Mantle, etc. All sports from NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NASCAR, Tennis, Olympics. Just like the sports card hobby has exploded since grading cards set a standard of value, the same is happening to collectible issues of Sports Illustrated. Just like PSA and Beckett grade sports cards, the same can be done with CGC for Sports Illustrated issues. Whether you're in this ...
 
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Compelling narratives from SI's best writers and captivating conversations with iconic names in sports come to life in Sports Illustrated Weekly. A unique look at legendary athletes from the preeminent sports magazine. These are the stories you’ve never heard from storytellers you won’t find anywhere else.
 
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A lengthy investigation by the NBA into Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver has uncovered a deeply troubling history of racist and sexist behavior. As a consequence, Sarver reluctantly received a one-year suspension and a $10 million fine, prompting widespread criticism that the punishment is disproportionate to the considerable infraction…
 
In a New York Baseball double-header John Gonzalez first sits down with Tom Verducci who got a rare interview with the history-chasing Aaron Judge. Will he hit 62 HRs? Will he resign with the Yankees? Then Stephanie Apstein joins the show to explain why this year might just be the year the Mets don't well... Mets. Can New York's second team shake o…
 
Who's to blame when your favorite soccer team sucks? It's probably not the players or the manager...it's the mysterious millionaires and billionaires who fund the clubs we love. Producer Jordan Rizzieri asks soccer journalists from around the world Luis Miguel Echegaray, Matt Ford, and Justin Salhani what ownership means in different leagues and is…
 
This is the first complete season that major leaguers have worn microphones on the field during Sunday Night Baseball. How's that going? We check in with SI's Emma Baccellieri and ask about the frolicking, folly, and inadvertent f-bombs that can come with a hot mic. Follow @podcasts_si | @JohnGonzalez See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Football season is upon us! NFL Network’s Colleen Wolfe and Dan Hanzus joins to recap a fun season of ‘Hard Knocks’ before predicting which teams will make it out of each division, through the playoffs, and all the way to the Super Bowl. Follow @podcasts_si | @JohnGonzalez See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
USMNT supporters don’t have to wait until the World Cup to watch American internationals thrive in top club competitions. CBS Sports’ Luis Miguel Echegaray joins us to discuss Jesse Marsch’s Leeds United, Christian “Captain America” Pulisic, the conundrum at center forward, and what Gregg Berhalter’s side might look like in November. Follow @podcas…
 
As the calendar rolls into September sports fans head back to school for college football. John Gonzalez sits down with SI college football experts Ross Dellenger and Pat Forde to discuss everything from this year's Heisman hopefuls, to NIL money's effect on recruiting before giving their picks for who's going to make the College Football Playoff. …
 
With three World Series, a World Series MVP, and two All-Star nods under his belt, many would say 36-year-old Pablo Sandoval has accomplished more than enough in Major League Baseball to retire. But instead, the Venezuelan has recently taken his talents down to the Mexican League in an attempt to extend his illustrious career. Writer Joseph Bien-Ka…
 
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX and since then you'd be hard pressed to find any person who's done more for women’s athletics than Billie Jean King. In addition to her on court accomplishments in tennis, King has served as an activist, a business woman, and an iconic cultural figure. Along with an interview with King herself, Caitl…
 
How do you say goodbye to the GOAT? Serena Williams transcended tennis and changed the game for the better, but John Gonzalez is asking by SI Senior Writer Jon Wertheim what's next after she hangs up the racket? And who's going to come out on to of the Men's and Women's sides in a US Open that seems completely up for grabs? Follow @podcasts_si | @J…
 
The NFL regular season is nearly upon us and football-mad America is primed for another season of its favorite sport. But have you ever wondered which country outside the US is second-best at American football? It’s not Canada or the UK. Senior producer Harry Swartout has the surprising answer – which traces all the way back to a big international …
 
On this episode of Sports Illustrated Weekly John Gonzalez sits down with SI Staff Writer Emma Baccellieri for an old-fashioned baseball double-header. First, when the benches clear it's not long before the brawl starts, unless you're a reliever and have to run all the way in from the bullpen. Then, no L.A. Dodgers game is complete without a signat…
 
Legendary Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith remembers what it was like to make his iconic Sports Illustrated covers and describes how the present-day Cowboys can return to the glory days. Follow @podcasts_si | @JohnGonzalez See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.iHeartPodcasts and Sports Illustrated
 
In the shadow of Manchester United's legendary Old Trafford stadium, an almost mythic crime boss amassed power against a backdrop of drug trafficking, hooliganism, and rave music. Writer Reid Forgrave tells the story of Paul Massey, the Red Army, a grisly murder, and the one tiny mistake that landed two men in prison for life. Follow @podcasts_si |…
 
The 2022 WNBA Playoff season begins with a new (old) format, eight hungry teams, and some incredible women bidding a fond farewell. John Gonzalez is joined by the host of Spinsters and Buckets, Jordan Ligons, to talk predictions, possible upsets, and the unique way some all stars will be living out their retirement. Follow @podcasts_si | @JohnGonza…
 
World-class hurdler Devon Allen's track season ended with a controversial call at the World Championships in Eugene. Now, the 27-year-old is trying to make a name for himself at Eagles training camp as roster cuts loom. Producer Jess Yarmosky checked in with NBC Sports Philadelphia's Reuben Frank and performance coach Steve Magness about how Allen'…
 
Everyone sees the broken bones, torn ligaments and bloodied bodies of injured athletes, but many of their deepest scars are mental. A small group of athletes are pioneering the treatment of their mental health issues with psychedelic drugs, but as Julie Kliegman reports it's going to be a while before the sporting community rejects the taboo stigma…
 
With the upcoming additions of USC and UCLA, the Big 10 stretches from sea to shining sea, but what does that mean for college football? John Gonzalez is joined by SI Senior Writer Pat Forde to break down if the Big 10's West Coast expansion is good for the fans, the schools, the conference and college football as a whole. Follow @podcasts_si | @Jo…
 
2022 marked 50 years of Title IX, the landmark legislation that set the stage for gender equality in sports. SI staffers Kristen Nelson, Jamie Lisanti, Emma Baccellieri, and Julie Kliegman reflect on how far we've come, and what barriers are still preventing women in sports from achieving true equality. Follow @podcasts_si / @johngonzalez See omnys…
 
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What are the odds of catching a foul ball at a game, or being dealt a Royal flush in poker, or even being struck by lightning? Some things are rarer than others, and on this episode SI Senior Writer Jon Wertheim tells the unlikely tale of how Phillies OF Nick Castellanos became a meme by hitting oddly and hilariously-timed home runs again and again…
 
Most NBA fans know the tongue-in-cheek phrase "one, two, three … Cancun!" as synonymous with a losing team's morale. But who authored it, and how did it get to be so popular? SI senior writer Howard Beck explains the origins of this expression and how it proliferated in the world of basketball. ‘One, Two, Three … Cancun!’ The Story Behind the Best …
 
Re-Air: Former Sports Illustrated writer Jenny Vrentas, now a reporter at the New York Times, walks us through her reporting on embattled quarterback Deshaun Watson and the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him. SI Weekly host John Gonzalez wonders if the 6-game suspension punishment doled out by retired federal judge Sue L. Robinson is…
 
Bill Russell died July 31st 2022 at the age of 88. He was a basketball legend, an 11x NBA Champion, 5x MVP, 3x All-NBA First team, 2x NCAA champion and Olympic Gold Medal winner. Off the court Russell was a civil rights leader and much-loved fan favorite. As part of SI's Open Floor podcast, John Gonzalez and Rohan Nadkarni discuss the immense impac…
 
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