FOR NOV. 10, 2014
How Tweet It Is
For our fourth annual Twitter 100 we again polled SPORTS ILLUSTRATED staffers—all die-hard Twitter users—and asked which feeds are a must devour. Who are the most humorous, savvy and informative Tweeters in sports? Go to SI.com/twitter100 to see who among your favorites made the list, which includes athletes and journalists, teams and comedians. And don't forget to follow SI's main feed, @SInow, at twitter.com/SInow
To Live And Die In L.A.
120 Sports hosts Tim Doyle and Dave Ross discuss what it will take to fix the struggling Lakers. "The only way is if Jeanie Buss and the Buss family do the right thing and bring in major help before the [Feb. 19] trade deadline," says Ross. Counters Doyle, "That'll never happen. Buss isn't going to bring anyone in. I think Kobe is going to get so frustrated with how bad they are that he'll want out of L.A. after this year.... Two words, L.A. fans: Anthony Davis." For more of Doyle and Ross's Point/Counterpoint, plus 24-hour access to video highlights and analysis, go to 120sports.com
• Kevin Durant
Andrew Luck's snap count would piss me off
• Chris Kluwe
Ugh. Another worthless AYSO coach encounter. No, sir, "Kick it really hard!" is not teaching those children anything. Congrats on your *win*
• Alex Morgan
I wanna know where all the 2nd place T-shirts with "champions" on it go ... Where do they hide that stuff!!
• Adam Schefter
They keep winning, and have been impressive, but Chiefs are still only team in NFL without a receiving touchdown by a wide receiver.
1 The Hero of San Francisco
For a roundup of last week's 10 most popular stories on SI.com, including Michael Rosenberg's feature on Madison Bumgarner and how his left arm brought the Giants another World Series title, go to SI.com/topstories
2 Derrick Rose: The Second Coming
3 A Chance for Payback
4 Gurley vs. NCAA
5 Lin in L.A.
6 MLS Playoff Predictions
7 A Bittersweet Series
8 Under the Radar
9 Charles Barkley Q&A
10 LeBron James: A Spoiled Homecoming
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ILLUSTRATION BY ADAM LOWE
STEPHEN DUNN/GETTY IMAGES (KOBE)
ELSA/GETTY IMAGES (BUMGARNER)
STEPHEN BRASHEAR/INVISION FOR COURTYARD/AP (SCHEFTER)
DAVE KOTINSKY/GETTY IMAGES (MORGAN)
DAVID LIVINGSTON/GETTY IMAGES (KLUWE)
LAYNE MURDOCH/NBAE/GETTY IMAGES (DURANT)