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Dedicated to the hobby of collecting graded CGC Sports Illustrated issues. Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, LeBron, Tiger Woods, Mahomes, Mantle, etc. All sports from NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NASCAR, Tennis, Olympics. Just like the sports card hobby has exploded since grading cards set a standard of value, the same is happening to collectible issues of Sports Illustrated. Just like PSA and Beckett grade sports cards, the same can be done with CGC for Sports Illustrated issues. Whether you're in this ...
 
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Episode 389 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina is an all-Traina Thoughts edition. Sal Licata from WFAN radio and SNY TV in New York joins Jimmy, as he does every week, to discuss a slew of sports and pop culture topics. The duo breakdown the 2022 NFL games that will be played on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christma…
 
When the owners of the New York Liberty chartered private flights last season, they broke WNBA rules and set off a heated debate. With a transformational WNBA season upon us, Howard Megdal reports on this continuing conversation about equity. How Airplanes Became the WNBA’s Biggest Scandal Cursing in professional sports is nothing new. But sometime…
 
Episode 388 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Andrew Marchand of the "New York Post." Marchand and Traina analyze the massive sports media news that Tom Brady has signed a deal with Fox Sports to become its No. 1 NFL analyst when he retires and Marchand reiterates that he stands by his repor…
 
In the Sicilian suburb of Librino, an upstart rugby club defies Mafia violence and forges an identity for their community. Sean Williams traveled to the foot of Mount Etna and brought back the story of Briganti di Librino. SI Daily Cover, A Rugby Club Vs. the Mafia | The Underworld Podcast With rumors swirling that Urban Meyer is set to take a job …
 
Episode 387 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Katie Nolan, who is part of AppleTV+' s MLB coverage. Nolan discusses how she got the job with Apple, what Apple is trying to accomplish with their broadcasts, understanding that traditional MLB fans may not get the telecast, how she prepares f…
 
The Kentucky Derby is this weekend, but one of the sport’s most notable—and notorious—figures won’t be there. Bob Baffert has had more than 30 of his horses fail drug tests and was subsequently banned from Churchill Downs for two years due to doping allegations. Sports Illustrated senior writer Pat Forde joins us to discuss the controversial horse …
 
On Monday, the NFL said an investigation found "no evidence" to support the allegations of tanking made by former Browns head coach Hue Jackson. The team went 3-36-1 during Jackson's stint with the team and he believes the Browns front office should share some of that blame. Despite the league investigation clearing the Browns, that doesn't mean th…
 
Episode 386 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with The Ringer's Ryen Russillo. Topics discussed ranged from everything to the state of Major League Baseball to the NBA playoffs to podcasting to Elon Musk buying Twitter. Russillo talked about Draymond Green going after Bill Simmons for having a …
 
The NFL draft is upon us, and ESPN’s Mina Kimes joins us for a primer on the big event happening in Las Vegas. The Mina Kimes Show Featuring Lenny When Troy Aikman left Fox for ESPN, it set off a chain reaction in the NFL broadcast booth for multiple networks. Jimmy Traina, host of the SI Media Podcast, breaks down the game of musical chairs involv…
 
On July 3rd of last year, Gene Siller went to work at the Pinetree Country Club to help staff set up for Independence Day celebrations. Unfortunately, he never made it back home, leaving his wife without a husband and his kids without a father. The story made headlines at the time, but none have gone as deep as a new piece from Sports Illustrated c…
 
Episode 385 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Kenny Smith from Turner Sports' "Inside the NBA." Smith talks about his experience as a cast member since 1998, what it's like to work with Charles Barkley, Shaquille O'Neal and Ernie Johnson and what goes into each show. Smith also weighs on o…
 
Best-selling author Michael Lewis is here some 20 years after he began the reporting on Moneyball. Season 3 of his podcast Against the Rules is titled “The Ballad of Expertise.” Podcast, Against the Rules SI senior writer Michael Rosenberg reads his essay on how authoritarian regimes like China, Russia and Saudi Arabia use sports for their politica…
 
Episode 384 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Ian Eagle from Turner Sports and CBS. The podcast closes out with the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Chris Long, host of the "Green Light Podcast" fills in for Sal Licata. Eagle previews the NBA playoffs, talks about the Brooklyn Ne…
 
The NBA playoffs are here, and we have our Eastern and Western Conference playoff previews. Get comfortable for our extended and extensive conversation with SI senior writers Chris Mannix and Howard Beck. Mannix and Beck on The Crossover podcast Barely a year removed from a car crash that could have killed him, Tiger Woods surprised a lot of people…
 
Episode 383 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features a conversation with Adnan Virk of the MLB Network and the NHL Network. Topics covered include the upcoming Major League Baseball season, Tiger Woods playing in the Masters, whether he wants to call games or just work in the studio. Virk, who hosts the "Cinephile" …
 
Major League Baseball has its Opening Day on Thursday. We have the SI baseball braintrust gathered for a roundtable: senior writers Tom Verducci and Stephanie Apstein and editor Matt Martell. They’ll tell us what’s exciting about this season, what’s wrong with baseball, and what’s changed forever after the lockout. Sports Illustrated MLB coverage |…
 
Episode 382 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features interviews with CBS's Greg Gumbel and WWE Superstar, Seth Rollins. Greg Gumbel, who is in this 50th year as a sports broadcaster talks about the challenges of doing studio for the NCAA Tournament, how coverage of the Tournament has changed over the years and what …
 
The NCAA men’s and women’s tournaments each feature 64 teams—and 64 mascots. But while you might have love for your school, Conor Orr has consulted with Dr. Hopi Hoekstra, noted mammalogist at Harvard University, and he’s here to tell you why your mascot is a lie. SI Daily Cover: Fuzzy Logic by Hopi Hoekstra and Conor Orr The South Carolina Gamecoc…
 
With DeShaun Watson being traded to the Cleveland Browns, former Sports Illustrated staffer Jenny Vrentas, now a reporter for The New York Times, walks us through her reporting on the controversial quarterback and the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him. SI Daily Cover: A Massage Therapist on Her Session With Deshaun Watson SI Daily C…
 
Episode 381 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Troy Aikman, who just left Fox for ESPN. Aikman reveals that he still doesn't know why Fox let him leave after 21 years with the company. He shares his thoughts on the move and joining "Monday Night Football." He also talks about why he wanted Jo…
 
Episode 380 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with John Ourand from "Sports Business Journal" about the latest sports media news. Why did FOX let Joe Buck and Troy Aikman go to ESPN and "Monday Night Football?" Will the ManningCast be impacted at all by Buck and Aikman now calling MNF? What role …
 
The NCAA women's swimming and diving championships begin today in Atlanta and all eyes are on University of Pennsylvania transgender swimmer Lia Thomas. Robert Sanchez and Julie Kliegman join us to discuss the coverage, conversations and controversy surrounding Thomas and her rise to the top of women’s collegiate swimming. We’ll also hear exclusive…
 
Episode 376 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews. First up is Chris "Mad Dog" Russo of SiriusXM, MLB Network's "High Heat" and now ESPN's "First Take." Russo explains how his weekly appearance on "First Take" came out, the role Stephen A. Smith played in it and the overwhelming reaction from fans.…
 
With March Madness around the corner, Sports Illustrated senior writer Pat Forde tells us the story of Merl Code, a former sneaker executive who claims the biggest recruits to the biggest programs are all getting paid. We take you inside the scandal that rocked college basketball. Article: Merl Code Peels Back the Curtain on College Basketball’s Br…
 
Episode 378 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with author, reporter and podcast host, Jim Miller. Miller shares his insights on the wild NFL broadcasting carousel. With Troy Aikman expected to land at ESPN and "Monday Night Football," Miller talks about ESPN and FOX negotiating a trade for Joe Bu…
 
Making it to the NBA is a dream come true. But for members of a small group, it also means playing exactly one minute and one minute only, before never playing in the league again. Sports Illustrated staff writer Ben Pickman tells the tale of perhaps the most exclusive and heartbreaking club in all of pro sports. SI Daily Cover: In It for a Minute …
 
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