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Despite Injuries, Giants Rout Panthers

  • September 21, 2012, 1:47 AM

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Just walking by the parking lot outside the Carolina Panthers ' stadium got Andre Brown 's blood pumping.

The Panthers, like four other teams since 2009, waived Brown after he failed to make a lasting impression. He's determined that won't happen again and that this time he'll find a home in the NFL with the team that originally drafted him - the New York Giants .

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NFL Power Rankings: Week 2


It's back! Check out the latest power rankings. These are perfect, of course, but if you somehow disagree share your thoughts in the comments...

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Justin Tejada

Sony unveils the new PlayStation 3 and it's basically the same as the old PlayStation 3


At the Tokyo Game Show on Tuesday, Sony showed off the newest version of the PlayStation 3, and it looked a lot like an old PlayStation 3 that has gone on a diet. The big news is that it is 25% slimmer and 20% lighter. So if you have been doing bicep curls with your old PS3, expect them to get a little bit easier now. A 250GB version of the new PS3 will be released on September 25, with a 500GB version dropping on October 30.

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San Antonio Spurs Unveil New Alternate Jersey For 2012-13 Season


When you think of the San Antonio Spurs you think of Tim Duncan, Coach Pop and sometimes their classic, simple uniforms. All three are consistent, reserved and maybe even a little bit boring. Well, the stoic Spurs departed from that identity a somewhat today when they unveiled a new alternate jersey for the upcoming 2012-13 season.

If the new uni's appearance is a little jarring at first, it's likely because we haven't seen such a design in the league's history. The team's president, Rick Pych, touted the silver uniforms as the first-ever NBA jersey to not have words on the front. Instead of the team name or city, there's just a large version of the Spurs' logo and the player's number in the upper-right hand side. More »

Justin Tejada

Giants' Brian Wilson travels to games in the most Brian Wilson-like way


At first I was taken aback by this photo of San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Brian Wilson arriving to AT&T Park for a game last week. But then I realized this is exactly how Brian Wilson should commute to the office. The scooter with the seat too low (admittedly, it would've been better if his glove was in the basket in back), the super limited edition Nike Mag sneakers that were inspired by the Back to the Future movies, the fanny pack, the kinda creepy cap. That's so Brian (which, by the way, would be such a better show than That's So Raven). Seeing him drive to the ballpark in some luxury automobile like every other pro athlete would actually be kind of disappointing. Let's hope time a fan snaps a pic of Wilson arriving for a game, he's hopping in on a pogo stick. More »

Jamie Kelley

The Steroid Problem, and How to Fix It


Sports and steroids seem to be going hand in hand these days. Just this past August two Major League Baseball players who were leading their teams to the playoffs tested positive for steroids and were suspended. A seven time Tour de France winner was stripped of all Tour de France titles and banned from cycling for life for allegedly using illegal performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). More »

Justin Tejada

Reebok re-releases the shoe that Allen Iverson embarrassed Michael Jordan in

  • GearHead
  • Justin Tejada
  • September 19, 2012, 12:07 PM

On Wednesday, Reebok announced that they would be re-releasing the Question shoe in the white/blue colorway on October 5. Since the shoe was originally released during Allen Iverson's NBA rookie season in 1996-97 (before most SI Kids readers were born), a brief history lesson may be required here. First, there was a basketball player named Allen Iverson.

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