Sports Illustrated is showing some love to the Warriors by putting Steph Curry on its cover with his team’s new prized possession – the Larry O’brien trophy.
The editors of Sports Illustrated have made their selection for the most outstanding athlete of 2014, and nodbody who watch the World Series will be surprised to hear it’s Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Giants.
49ers Hall Of Famer Jerry Rice Says Team Should Bench Ray McDonald Amid Domestic Violence Accusations
San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Jerry Rice is joining the chorus of criticism over the team’s decision to allow Ray McDonald to play despite accusations of domestic violence.
For the second straight year, Colin Kaepernick is the coverboy of the Sports Illustrated NFL preview edition published on the West Coast, but unlike last year, the 2014 spread – with rival quarterback Russell Wilson – is turning as many heads as the swimsuit issue.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has shot down reports that he was nearly traded to the Cleveland Browns or that there are rifts between him and 49ers brass or his players.
Repeating her world-class pin-up feat for a 2nd year, Kate Upton graces the cover of the 2013 SI edition, which was officially unveiled Monday night on “Letterman”
Kate Upton is back on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover for the second straight year.
The 49ers’ coach and star quarterback talked to the media at their final practice before heading to Atlanta for Sunday’s NFC Championship game against the Atlanta Falcons.
This is the first time Colin Kaepernick has appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and the first time a 49er was featured on the cover since Jan. 23, 2012.
Jeremy Lin is the first New York-based team athlete to be given such treatment since the magazine started in 1954 — not even Mickey Mantle, Joe Namath or Eli Manning made two straight.