The latest from Only A Game
When lacrosse legend John Grant Jr. retired from the sport at age 42, he didn't plan on looking back. But then his daughter became a fan.
Sports Illustrated’s Charlotte Wilder and Mike Pesca, host of the daily Slate podcast “The Gist,” join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the latest injury to DeMarcus Cousins as well as Mike Tyson's weed consumption.
A Hennessy commercial during Super Bowl LIII portrayed cyclist Major Taylor. OAG's Niko Emack explains why Taylor was the perfect guy for Hennessy.
The Clinton Administration attempted to resolve the 1994 MLB strike. It didn't work.
After MLB players walked off the job in 1994, President Bill Clinton intervened. This week on Only A Game, former baseball Commissioner Bud Selig recounts his dealings with the White...
Coach Conrad Avondale Mainwaring allegedly sexually molested scores of young men and boys over more than four decades. He might never have been arrested if not for two investigative journalists...
Professor Kenneth Shropshire, CEO of the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, and Lindsay Gibbs of ThinkProgress join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Basketball player Sean Marshall and baseball player Pete Frates met at Boston College. Years later, they're both trying to challenge ALS.
Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss whether Tom Brady might really leave New England, plus plans for the first MLB game in Iowa.
ESPN's Outside the Lines recently investigated track coach Conrad Mainwaring, who has been accused of abusing 41 boys and young men over 44 years. This week on Only A Game,...
Derrick Etienne Jr.’s grandfather came to the U.S. with $19 in his pocket. Now his grandson plays soccer for Haiti.
Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss MLB trade deadline action and Antonio Brown's lofty training camp entrance.
Don Jackson is a sports attorney. Over the last three decades, he has witnessed what he believes to be selective application of NCAA regulations toward African American and international athletes.
After high school, Albano Thomallari was depressed. He stayed in his parents' house playing a video game called NBA 2K. Then he was drafted into the NBA 2K League.
Toronto-based sportswriter Shireen Ahmed and The Athletic’s Michael Lee join Only A Game's Karen Given.
In 2018, the NBA launched the 2K League, in which elite gamers compete in a video game version of NBA basketball. This week, the story of Albano Thomallari, aka oFab,...
Scott Hamilton grew up going in and out of hospitals. Then he found skating. "It was the first-ever taste of self-esteem," he says.
The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman and The Washington Post's Jerry Brewer join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss the weird substitution dispute that brought a Rays-Red Sox game to a standstill. Also, Kyrie's fashion journey to Bikini Bottom.