Rohan Nadkarni, Sports Illustrated

Rohan Nadkarni

Sports Illustrated

Evanston, IL, United States

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Recent:
  • Sports Illustrated
Past:
  • GQ
  • Deadspin

Recent articles by Rohan:

Kobe Bryant's Legacy Isn’t A Closed Book

Kobe Bryant's physical presence may be gone, but the ways in which he inspired the people around him is perhaps being felt stronger than ever before. → Read More

The Case For J.R. Smith Signing with the Lakers

LeBron James fueled J.R. Smith-to-the-Lakers speculation with an Instagram post. Here’s why it could make sense. → Read More

NBA All-Star Saturday Night Grades: A Dunk Contest For the Ages

Which players shined on NBA All-Star Saturday night? The Crossover grades the festivities. → Read More

Duncan Robinson Is One of the NBA's Best Shooters You Don't Know About

No one expected Miami Heat forward Duncan Robinson to become one of the NBA's best shooters, but now he is a crucial part of the team's success. → Read More

NBA Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

The NBA trade deadline has come and gone with D'Angelo Russell, Andre Iguodola and more on the move. The Crossover breaks downs the biggest winners and losers from a busy day. → Read More

Clippers Get a Leg Up on Lakers by Acquiring Marcus Morris

The Los Angeles Clippers made a big splash by acquiring New York Knicks forward Marcus Morris in a three-team trade. → Read More

NBA Trade Grades: Andre Iguodala Deal Isn't a Clear Home Run for Heat

The Miami Heat acquired Andre Iguodala, Jae Crowder, Solomon Hill from Grizzlies. The Crossover grades the deal. → Read More

The Rockets Are Reaching Their Platonic Ideal

The Rockets are gambling they can overcome potential rebounding deficiencies and post vulnerabilities with pure shooting, but will it work? → Read More

How the NBA Can Honor Kobe Bryant Moving Forward

Here is how Adam Silver and the NBA should recognize Kobe and Gianna Bryant moving forward. → Read More

Five Thoughts on the NBA All-Star Game's Starters

LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo were no-brainers to start the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. Were the other starters as deserving? → Read More

NBA Midseason Grades: Western Conference

Which NBA Western Conference teams have stood out the most? The Crossover hands out midseason grades. → Read More

Who Would Be the Most Fun Eighth Seed in the West?

The race for the eighth seed in the Western Conference is stacked. Sports Illustrated ranks the most entertaining teams vying for a spot. → Read More

Are There Any Trades That Work for the Sixers?

What trades would work for the Sixers? The Crossover dives into trade ideas for Al Horford, Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. → Read More

Sports Illustrated's Photos of the Decade

As we close out the decade and begin 2020, we're looking back on the best, most memorable and iconic imagery from Sports Illustrated photographers from the last 10 years. → Read More

There Are No Easy Answers for the Sixers

The Sixers boast one of the most terrifying lineups on paper but have struggled to find an identity on the offensive end. → Read More

Sports Illustrated's NBA All-Decade Awards

The NBA in the 2010s was full of entertaining storylines. SI looks back on the past decade and hands out awards. → Read More

Five Players that Will Shape the NBA in 2020

From Giannis Antetokounmpo to Anthony Davis, these five players will dominate the headlines and have a major impact in the NBA in 2020 and beyond. → Read More

NBA First-Quarter Awards: The MVP Race Is Heating Up

Will Giannis Antetokounmpo take home his second MVP award? The battle between the Greek Freak, James Harden and Luka Doncic is one for the ages. The Crossover fills out its ballot and dishes NBA first-quarter awards. → Read More

David Fizdale's Firing Is Further Proof the Knicks Don't Matter

With so many interesting storylines around the league, it's well past time we ignored what the hapless Knicks are up to. → Read More

The Bucks May Be the Only Juggernaut in the NBA

A year after finishing with the best record in the NBA, the Bucks have made improvements in key categories. Is a Finals run an inevitability? → Read More