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Mirin Fader on Her New Giannis Antetokounmpo Biography

Plus, Verno and KOC dive into all of their summer league observations

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There’s No Prospect Like Evan Mobley

The USC 7-footer has a chance to be a generational player in the NBA, thanks to his unique talents and an equally one-of-a-kind upbringing

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Giannis’s Improbable Rise to Finals MVP and Best Fits From the Bucks

Wosny reviews looks from the NBA champs and Mirin Fader joins to discuss her new book

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Rosalie Fish Wants to Be the Face of Change

She runs to spread awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women, an epidemic that remains in the shadows despite ravaging communities

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The Fire That Forged Giannis Antetokounmpo

In an exclusive excerpt from ‘Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an NBA MVP,’ Mirin Fader details the trials and tribulations that helped the Bucks star go from a baby-faced rookie to a superstar with a mean streak—and that scowl

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Mirin Fader on ‘Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an NBA MVP’

Mirin talks about converting her feature story into a book, how Giannis’s free agency affected the timeline, and publishing a book as Giannis dominates the NBA Finals

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Andre Drummond Gets a Chance to Start Over

The Lakers’ polarizing center is best known for putting up gaudy numbers on bad teams. Can the 27-year-old change his image while doing less on a good one? "I owed it to myself to be part of something bigger than me."

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Breanna Stewart Finds New Perspective Atop the World

The WNBA’s best player (ever?) isn’t satisfied with just MVP trophies and championships. After a career-threatening and life-altering injury, Stewie wants more. Which is why she’s continuing her pursuit of history, whether it’s through basketball, sneakers, or her newfound voice.

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The Metamorphosis of Rashod Bateman

The Minnesota receiver has been through a lot in his 21 years. But his twin pillars of family and football have helped propel him to the precipice of achieving a lifelong dream: playing in the NFL.

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The Reason Jae’Sean Tate Has Defied the Naysayers

There aren’t too many 25-year-old rookies in the NBA. Nor are there many people who have had to overcome as much adversity as Jae’Sean Tate. "A lot of people don’t know that part of my life because I’m always smiling … but it took a lot for me to get that way."