Zach writes about baseball, basketball, and other assorted topics.
Odds Machine: Is Boston Falling Behind in the East?
The Celtics have struggled to regain their Finals form since the All-Star break. Will it affect their chances of making it back to the title matchup? Check out the latest odds.
How Worried Should the Warriors Be About Falling Into the Play-in?
Steph scored 50, but Golden State dropped yet another road game—and a spot in the West standings—to the Clippers
The Warriors’ Road Woes Are One of the Season’s Most Confounding Mysteries
The defending champs are winless in their last eight away games and are just 7-26 on the road this season. Can Golden State reverse this perplexing trend tonight at the Clippers?
Miami Is Running Out of Time to Heat Up
The Heat boast a typically stout defense and one of the NBA’s best trios, but icy shooting and overall offensive ineptitude have exposed the cracks in Miami’s foundation
What You Need to Know About March’s Best Sports Tournament, the World Baseball Classic
The first WBC since 2017 is about to begin. Here’s your guide to getting hyped about baseball’s 20-team international tournament.
Celtics Lose to the Knicks Again! Plus, Zach Kram on Malcolm Brogdon and the Sox.
And, toward the end of the show, Brian continues his "I wish I could have bet on that" moments bracket
Malcolm Brogdon Is a Throwback—and Deserving—Candidate for Sixth Man of the Year
The Sixth Man award almost always goes to the NBA’s highest-scoring bench player. But the Celtics’ Brogdon is mounting a well-rounded campaign that hearkens back to some of the earliest Sixth Men.
LeBron’s Injury Ends the Lakers’ Surge Before It Could Even Begin
Just when it seemed like things were clicking into place for Los Angeles, LeBron James suffered a foot injury that will sideline him for the most important stretch of the Lakers’ season
Introducing The Ringer’s NBA Odds Machine
The numbers say that the Cavs are real contenders and that the Rockets are in position to land Victor Wembanyama
Meet the 2028 NBA All-Stars
Predicting the NBA’s biggest stars five years from now may seem like a fool’s errand. But that didn’t stop us from trying.