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ROUNDTABLE
January 23rd, 2016

3 Stories You Should Know: Cardinals, Sports Betting, Facebook

Is it time to jump on the Arizona Cardinals bandwagon? Should sports betting be legalized? And do we really need another social media feature? Sports On Earth’s Will Leitch join Only A Game’s Karen Given and Bill Littlefield for this week’s roundtable.

FEATURE
January 23rd, 2016

Match-Fixing In Tennis: From 2007 To Today

BuzzFeed and the BBC made waves this week with their joint report on alleged match-fixing in international tennis. Bill Littlefield explores the controversy and tries to figure out if “the fix” is in.

ROUNDTABLE
December 19th, 2015

3 Stories You Should Know: Rose Loses, Williams Wins, Wambach Retires

After the decision to uphold Pete Rose’s lifetime ban from the baseball, do fans finally have closure? Should a horse have been Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year? And is it too early to say that newly-retired Abby Wambach is one of soccer’s greatest athletes ever?

Commentary
November 14th, 2015

Take Your Pick: Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman Of The Year Candidates

Which athlete, team or horse had the definitive performance of the year? Bill Littlefield picks out his frontrunners for who is most deserving of Sports Illustrated’s annual honor.

Only A Blog
November 4th, 2015
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4 For 40: Impressive Performances From Athletes ‘Over The Hill’

Minnesota Twins outfielder Torii Hunter recently announced his retirement at the age of 40, bringing an end to his 19-year career. Hunter’s decision prompted Only A Game to take a look back at athletes who had successful careers well into their 40s.

Only A Blog
September 13th, 2015
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Photos: The 2015 US Open In Review

The 2015 US Open ended on Sunday night with Novak Djokovic taking down Roger Federer. In the women’s final Saturday, Flavia Pennetta defeated Roberta Vinci. Perhaps the biggest moment of the tournament, though, came in the semifinals when Vinci upset Serena Williams, ending her bid for a calendar-year Grand Slam. Here’s a look back at the 2015 US Open in pictures.

3 Stories You Should Know
September 12th, 2015

Memphis Reverses Calipari Decision; An Old-School Umpire Dispute; Fun At The US Open

Should controversial college basketball coach John Calipari be celebrated by Memphis? Arguing with the umpire — charming or just obnoxious? And can sports journalists still have fun at games? Sports journalists Will Leitch and Andrea Kremer join Bill Littlefield for this week’s edition of “3 Stories You Should Know.”

In The News
July 4th, 2015

Dustin Brown: A Tennis Man With A Van

Ranked No. 102 in the world, Dustin Brown was relatively unknown until Thursday, when he beat 14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon. Now, the tennis world is fascinated by the German-Jamaican player who spent years traveling between tournaments in a camper van. Bill Littlefield speaks with SI’s Greg Bishop about Brown’s unusual road to success.

3 Stories
May 30th, 2015

Switzerland For Sports, Tennis Rules And Steph Curry’s Daughter

Why are so many sports governing bodies calling Switzerland home? Why does Rafael Nadal have a say in who officiates his French Open matches? And should pro athletes like Steph Curry be allowed to bring their children to postgame press conferences? That’s this week’s “3 Stories You Should Know.”

In The News
April 18th, 2015
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Hecklers Welcome At Big 12 Tennis Matches

With the number of college tennis programs and scholarships dropping, the Big 12 Conference is trying to drum up interest in the sport by allowing fans to yell and cheer during play. The Wall Street Journal’s Tom Perrotta witnessed a noisy match between Baylor and Oklahoma and joins Bill Littlefield to share what he learned — and heard.

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