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ESPN released a statement regarding Chris Broussard's comments on homosexuality.
NBA center Jason Collins came out today via magazine cover (the best way to come out, I think, if you have that luxury), and I encourage you to read everything you can about it.
Journeyman NBA center Jason Collins has come out of the closet, making him the 1st active pro athlete playing a major team sport in America to do so.
With the first round of the NBA playoffs underway, Kevin Durant is on the cover of the latest issue of Sports Illustrated and he is upset about something.
For all of its pros and cons, Twitter is, at best, a valuable educational device.
As you've probably heard by now, Air Jordan is turning the big 5-0 this week.
Last week we posted the preview clip of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model Kate Upton spitting hot fire alongside Outkast's Big Boi and Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson for episode 2 of Skullcandy's Take a Supermodel to Work.
Perhaps, you haven't heard by now.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL, PEOPLE.
Ten modesl from the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition read "The Top Ten Questions on the Application to Become a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model.
What is this, Family Feud.
Sports Illustrated took 17 beautiful super models to all seven continents for this year's Swimsuit Edition.
For the second time in their career, Kate Upton's milk machines grace the cover of Sports Illustrated's 2013 Swimsuit Edition.
If I’ve learned anything from my decades of dating pop stars, actresses and models, it’s that there is always an agenda.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model and 2011 With Leather Celebrity Sports Fan of the Year Kate Upton spent 10 days on a cruise from Argentina to Antarctica for a top secret photo shoot for next year’s iconic bathing suit issue, and it’s so on the hush-hush that TMZ found about it and posted a bunch of pictures.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from former NFL spokesperson and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Marisa Miller, because she decided to get pregnant and practically vanish into thin air.
The decision by the fine folks at Sports Illustrated to name LeBron James the Sportsman of the Year for 2012 is hardly shocking.
Yes, the latest issue of Sports Illustrated will feature a cover story on the (at the time of this post) wildcard-hopeful Orioles and the unlikely sports capital of Bodymore, Murderland.