The Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB is making his 10th (!) Super Bowl appearance, and will go down as the greatest football player ever. He’s also a total blank slate.
Robert Silverman is a freelance journalist living in New York. His work has appeared in The New York Times, ESPN, HuffPost, VICE Sports, Deadspin, The Outline and more.
The “worldwide leader in sports” has largely ignored that McGregor is being sued for rape in the lead-up to his lucrative UFC bout Saturday night—broadcast on ESPN+.
By teaming up James Harden, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Durant, the Nets have assembled three of the NBA’s most, well, eccentric and media-averse superstars. Will the gamble pay off?
The New England Patriots coach turned down the Presidential Medal of Freedom this week—a fitting coda for a president who’s used sports figures for success-by-association.
Journalists working from home are figuring out new ways to cover the NBA beat.
Whether the NBA returns at all is an open question, but asking a majority-Black group of workers to entertain a largely white audience amid national chaos was never sustainable.
Move over, Fox News, there’s a new bullshit-peddler in town—and it’s a sports website created by a Fox Sports personality.
The UFC commentator turned podcaster led a transphobic smear campaign to have Fox banned from fighting. She didn’t back down then and is still fighting the good fight.
The former NBA star turned sports analyst opens up to Robert Silverman about his new voting-rights initiative with King James, speaking his mind at ESPN, and much more.
I’m a deranged sports fan who’d hack off a decent chunk of my own flesh to watch a dreary Mets-Rockies game. But this country hasn’t put in the work required to make that happen.