Today the Jacksonville Jaguars unveiled their brand new uniform designs at an event at the Nike campus in Beaverton, Ore. The new jerseys come in teal, black and white and the helmets, which are black in the front fade to gold in the back. Check out more pictures after the jump and let us know what you think of the new designs! More »
What was your favorite dunk of the 2012-13 NBA season? The NBA has compiled their top-10 in the video above. Here are the 10 -- let us know in the comments which you wish they'd included: More »
For the second year in a row YOU get to decide who is on the cover of EA Sports' NHL game! Last year, for NHL 13 you voted for Philadelphia Flyers' Claude Giroux to be the coverboy -- who will you pick this year? More »
Last night, the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry set a new single-season record for three-pointers made with 272. He eclipsed the old record held by the Miami Heat's Ray Allen, who hit 269 one season as a member of the Seattle SuperSonics. How did Curry become the sweetest shooter in the NBA?
When Curry hits his shots, it’s all about the basics. Coached by his father, Dell, Curry relies on the guidelines of the acronym BEEF, which stands for: Balance, Eyes, Elbow, Follow-through. Here, Curry shares his fundamental tips to help you improve your shooting.
“Your feet should always be shoulder-width apart and square to the basket. Depending if you’re righthanded or lefthanded, put your dominant foot half the length of your shoe size in front of your other foot. Your feet shouldn’t be parallel. Have a good bend in your knees.” More »
The NBA Playoffs start this week and the key to the LA Clippers' championship hopes is a group of talented reserves who embrace their role as a backup act.
Whenever the Los Angeles Clippers' reserves witness a high-flying slam dunk by one of the starters, cheers and high fives spread across the bench. So it was no surprise that when center DeAndre Jordan threw down a monstrous two-handed jam against the Philadelphia 76ers in February, the bench erupted. "Everyone was out of their seats, jumping up and down," backup guard Jamal Crawford recalls. "I turned around and saw Lamar [Odom] had taken up four chairs, lying across all the seats, screaming. We always go crazy for our guys. It's a party every game." More »
Jackie Robinson famously broke baseball's color barrier when he made his major league debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. But it was not an easy journey for the future Hall of Famer. The new movie 42 (which opens on April 12) tells Robinson's story, including all the setbacks and triumphs he faced both on and off the field. SI KIDS caught up with its star, Chadwick Boseman (right), who had the tall order of playing the legendary Robinson.
Q. What did you do to prepare to play baseball like Jackie Robinson?
A. I just tried to keep it simple. I watched footage of him from the Hall of Fame to see the way he moved, the way he swung, the way he threw. Then it was all about getting coaches and feedback.
Q. How much time was spent working on baseball? More »