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Past articles by Jason:

These Two Americans Cracked Wimbledon’s Top 10. Could Either Be a Djokovic Spoiler?

Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe are longtime friends and supportive rivals chasing the same goal. A breakthrough awaits. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk Aren’t Going to Fight. Wait, Are They Going to Fight?

The tech moguls tease a mixed-martial arts match. There’s no way this stunt is going to happen, until it does. → Read More

The NBA’s Next Big Sensation Lands in a Perfect Basketball Home

Victor Wembanyama is officially taken No. 1 by San Antonio, a patient franchise which has done this before. → Read More

I Am Not Goofy Goggles Material. Until I Am.

A technology curmudgeon resists early adoption, but then, all bets are off. → Read More

Viva Hockey Vegas! Glitzy Golden Knights Seize Stanley Cup for a Shiny Sports Town​​

They celebrated victories with an Elvis wig and sunglasses. Now they have hockey’s crown jewel. → Read More

The Denver Nuggets Win. Welcome to the Summer of Nikola Jokic.

He was already an NBA legend in the making. Now the team-first big man has the elusive championship he coveted. → Read More

Novak Djokovic Stands Atop Tennis Alone. It’s Time He Gets His Full Due.

With a win at the French, the 36-year-old from Serbia now has 23 major singles titles, the most for any men’s tennis player ever. He’s also on path to another shot at a calendar Grand Slam. → Read More

Iga Swiatek Wins Third French Open in a Brilliant Bar Fight in Paris

Karolina Muchova rallies to give Iga Swiatek a battle, but the 22-year-old World No. 1 wins her second straight at Roland Garros, and third overall in Paris. → Read More

Is This Secretly America’s Best Sporting Event?

The Women’s College World Series has everything—great action, obsessed fans, sudden weather warnings and an in-state super team blazing toward softball history. → Read More

The PGA Tour Partners With Its Nemesis LIV. The Money Wins Again.

An allegedly righteous battle for the future of golf ends in a staggering merger. → Read More

The Miami Heat, the Florida Panthers and a Staggering Chance at Sports History

It’s bad enough that they can play golf and tennis in January. Now a sunny region could win both the NBA title and the Stanley Cup within days. → Read More

Denver Should Crush Miami in the NBA Finals. Be Afraid…Denver

The NBA’s best remaining team hosts an epic underdog survivalist widely picked to lose. Uh-oh. → Read More

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour: A Father-Daughter Guide

In a fractured entertainment world, Taylormania feels like a throwback to another time—a blast of the old FM monoculture that a parent can feel. → Read More

The Most Exciting Young Athlete on Earth Isn’t Playing in America

Six-foot-4 dynamo Erling Haaland keeps obliterating scoring records and keeping Manchester City on the path of a historic season. Watch him now. → Read More

What is a Childhood Without ‘Indiana Jones’?

A columnist’s son makes a declaration about what movies are too old to watch. Prehistoric sharks ensue. → Read More

Tua Tagovailoa Is Out, and Life in the NFL Marches On

A concussion crisis produces a swift response–but not enough for the public to stop watching. → Read More

Roger Federer Talks About Life After Tennis

A conversation with the Swiss legend about his future—and that teary moment with Rafael Nadal—just hours after the final match of his career. → Read More

Will You Watch Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy Play Monday Night Golf?

Two friends propose a stadium-style prime-time event as the sport, under siege from a new competitor, experiments with new ideas. → Read More

Novak Djokovic Kept Calm and Carried On—and Won Wimbledon

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Rafael Nadal’s Wimbledon Agony

Carrying a shot at a 23rd major title—and a calendar ‘Grand Slam’—the legend withdraws with an abdominal tear. Nick Kyrgios will play Novak Djokovic or Cameron Norrie in Sunday’s final. → Read More