Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton is the league’s best role player. Thing is, though he’s not a “star” quite yet, there’s potential for him to become one.
The Diamondbacks are off to a great start, but if they had a need it was certainly on the offensive end. J.D. Martinez addresses that, and then some.
It’s a lean slate, but we’ve got lefties in Robbie Ray and Clayton Kershaw that won’t stop striking batters out. Plus, is it Kershaw/Scherzer for Cy Young?
Brook Lopez can shoot three-pointers now, which makes him pretty valuable. But injury history coupled with his overall role means a couple different things.
NFL training camps are almost here, so let’s revisit the offseason one last time—starting with QBs. From McCown to Watson, what were the best moves?
Strasburg gets us started; both he and McCullers will look to bounce back. Plus, an intriguing contest between Stroman and the returning Eduardo Rodríguez.
Jrue Holiday is above average across the board; there’s not a direct weakness in his game. He’s also not a star, and has become a significant injury risk.
We’ve got a fun slate to wrap up the weekend, with Martinez, Darvish and Archer all taking the mound. Plus, José Quintana makes his Cubs debut.
You hear that, NFL fans? Sounds like it’s time to start planning for the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Here’s what we’ve come up with.
Behind Chris Paul, Avery Bradley is the best defender on Earth below 6’3”. That goes a long way in covering deficiencies of others, but just how long?
Madison Bumgarner is back, though that doesn’t mean much for the Giants. But we also get Chris Sale, Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber and even more.
The Sports Post weekly quiz returns! This time we’ve got questions on Lonzo Ball, Paul George, Carson Palmer and so much more. Are you ready?
Thursday, the Cubs made a deal with the White Sox to acquire José Quintana. Was it out of desperation? Did the reigning champions give up too much?
Danny Green is the consummate three-and-D player. He can cover any wing; he can score without needing the ball. But there are already some worrying signs.
Friday, Tottenham confirmed the move of Kyle Walker to a direct competitor in Manchester City. There’s no rationalizing around it—THFC are weaker for it.
José Berríos and Charlie Morton get the post-MLB break started, but that’s far from all. We are also treated to deGrom and Carlos Carrasco. Don’t miss ’em!
Kevin Durant wasn’t the first—and clearly not the last—to change teams with hopes of winning a ring in the NBA. Should fans really get upset about that?