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Past articles by Stanley:

Is This Wimbledon? No, It's Iowa.

Amid corn and soybeans lies one of the U.S.'s rare grass tennis facilities, lovingly maintained by a Hawkeye State farmer who was inspired by the All England Club. → Read More

Julian Casablancas Explains 'Ode To The Mets'

The final song on The Strokes' new album isn't about baseball. But it's called "Ode To The Mets" for a reason. → Read More

After Beating Serena Williams to Win the U.S. Open, Bianca Andreescu’s Time Is Now

Bianca Andreescu is showing that the future of women's tennis is bright after showing plenty of poise and fight and winning the U.S. Open title over Serena Williams. → Read More

Coco Gauff Falls to Simona Halep, Ending Remarkable Run at Wimbledon

She may have lost on Monday, but Coco Gauff is only just getting started. → Read More

Coco Gauff Rallies to Beat Polona Hercog, Advances to Fourth Round at Wimbledon

The 15-year-old's incredible run at Wimbeldon continues after her most impressive performance of the tournament so far. → Read More

NFL’s Protests Haven’t Politically Resonated As Many Expected Ahead of Midterm Elections

Heading into this NFL season, many were braced for the league to contribute to the politically charged environment ahead of the midterm elections. But instead, it's hardly an issue. Why the shift? → Read More

'In Search of Greatness' Director Gabe Polsky on the Value of Creativity in Sports

In Search of Greatness, a new documentary, examines the nature of athletic genius. → Read More

Novak Djokovic Proves He's Back at the Top of His Game With U.S. Open Title

Novak Djokovic won the U.S. Open title Sunday, beating Juan Martin del Potro in three sets and continuing his resurgence. → Read More

Serena's Umpire Controversy Shouldn't Obscure Osaka's Achievement, Deserved Victory

Serena Williams’s dustup with the U.S. Open Final chair umpire shouldn’t obscure this crucial fact: Noami Osaka outplayed her and deserved to win Saturday’s match. → Read More

Serena Williams Plays Her Best Match Since Becoming a Mother in Win Against Venus

The 30th edition Venus vs. Serena may not have been the most memorable match, but it did show us one thing: If Serena Williams wasn't already considered the favorite to win the U.S. Open, she should be now. → Read More

US Supreme Court basketball: Highest Court history, stories

A converted storage room on the top floor of the Supreme Court building has become a place for justices and their clerks to get a run in—and a source of a great many tales. → Read More

After Years of Heartbreak, Capitals Fans Finally Get Their Moment of Glory

SI's resident Capitals fan Stanley Kay grew up rooting for teams he knew would break his heart. That finally changed on Thursday. → Read More

With a Slam Under Her Belt, Simona Halep Cements Status as World's Best Player

Finally a Slam winner, Simona Halep has cemented her status as the world's best player. → Read More

Stephens, Keys Headline Bright Future for American Women's Tennis

Much has been made about the plight of American men's tennis, but the future of the women's game—led by Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys—looks bright. → Read More

LA Galaxy Announce Signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Extremely Zlatan Fashion

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is officially a member of the LA Galaxy. The team announced the veteran striker's arrival with a video that Zlatan will surely declare Oscar-worthy. The video features the former Manchester United man walking with a lion—an allusion to Zlatan's previous assertion that "lions don't compare themselves to humans," referring to himself. In pure Zlatan fashion, the video declines… → Read More

Raptors' DeMar DeRozan Opens Up About Struggle With Depression

"We're all human at the end of the day," DeMar DeRozan said. → Read More

Frances Tiafoe Could Be the Star American Men's Tennis Needs

With his title in Delray Beach, Tiafoe became the youngest American to win an ATP event since 19-year-old Andy Roddick in 2002 and the 20-year-old's future looks promising. → Read More

NHL Trade Rumors: Latest News, Updates on Deals as Deadline Approaches

The NHL trade deadline is at 3 p.m. ET on Monday, and a few quality players could be on the move. → Read More

Keith Olbermann Co-Hosting Two Upcoming Episodes of PTI With Tony Kornheiser

Is Keith Olbermann on his way back to ESPN? Not quite, but his presence on the network is growing. → Read More

USA Men's Hockey Team Keeps Medal Hopes Alive With Big Win Over Slovakia

Team USA is still alive in the hunt for a medal in men's hockey. → Read More