If you’re like me, you haven’t been able to look away from your TV since the NBA playoffs tipped off, which also makes you a lot like Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley. I got to sit down with Miami’s second-leading scorer to get a first-hand perspective on what it’s like going up against KG, Kobe, and the rest of the guys still gunning for a title in the playoffs.More »
And a few... well... words won't do their outfits justice...
What we can say with some certainty is that, even if every player selected during the 2010 Draft is dressed like a packet of Sour Skittles, there's no way their outfits will be complete busts. And it's all thanks to this year's Draft Caps. Created by Adidas, the hats boast authentic apparel from every NBA team, but they're crafted in a way that doesn't seem as dated or ill-fitting as Draft Caps of year's past.More »
Roy Halladay’s move to the National League and to a real World Series contender was one of the most anticipated of the season. And so far he hasn’t disappointed. He is 6-2 for a first place team, has the fourth lowest ERA in the NL and the fifth most strikeouts.
But there is one category he leads in that could become a problem: innings pitched.More »
What're you waiting for? Go check out the June cover athlete already!
The June issue of Sports Illustrated Kids should be hitting your mailbox any day now... but just like last month, we're giving you guys an early look at the new issue right here on SIKIDS.com.
Scroll to the bottom of this article (or click the "More" tab if you're on the News & Blogs page) for a close-up of this month's cover athlete. After you've checked it out, be sure to hit up the comments section and let us know what you think!More »
This season's offerings from the Sports Picks series promise the same intense attention to detail McFarlane Toys (if a player does it in real life, his McFarlane Mini-Me does it too... pitching styles, facial quirks, you name it...) is famous for... but that's not the only reason they're worth checking out when they hit shelves this month.
Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria (right) and San Francisco Giants hurler Tim Lincecum will make their McFarlane Toys debut with the release of the MLB 26 Series; based on how the two have performed so far in their respective careers, these figurines may become collecter's items by the time they hang up their cleats (aka... be sure to pick up a couple!).
You can check out close-ups of the Longoria and Lincecum models, as well as the rest of the MLB 26 lineup, after the break...More »