WNBA Playoff Picture | Kevin Durant | Serena Williams
The final countdown is on for the WNBA playoffs and on this edition of The Crossover, Chris breaks down the chances for ... Morethe final five WNBA teams fighting for two playoffs, including the Los Angeles Sparks, who are at a disadvantage because of the league's travel policy foolishness.
Also, Chris talks about Kevin Durant's renewed trade request and how it's still important players have a say in where they want to play and who they want to play with, complete with a little history lesson.
Last but certainly not least, Chris gives props, flowers, credit, kudos, all the above to the GOAT of tennis, Serena Williams, who announced she'll be stepping away from the game after the U.S. Open. Less
WWE Summer Slam | Deshaun Watson | WNBA Playoff Chase | Bill Russell
Change has come to WWE! In this edition of the Crossover, Chris recaps the stellar Summer Slam card, including a timely ... Morerevival of the WWE women's division and how everybody who performed on Saturday came out looking better than they were thanks to Triple H's guidance.
Chris also discusses the six-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, explaining why it's not nearly enough for the atrocities he committed against various masseuses.
The WNBA playoff chase is coming down to the wire, with five teams already in and six more fighting for three playoff spots. How will it play out? Chris has a guess.
Last but certainly not least, The Crossover says farewell to one of the greatest people we've been blessed to share this Earth with, Mr. Bill Russell, not just a basketball legend but a wonderfully complex and thoughtful human being. Less
Where does WWE go from here?
Where is here? Oh yeah, that's right - Vince McMahon's retirement! In this edition of th ... Moredition of the Crossover, the New Pod City podcast of the month by the way, Chris talks about everything that led up to Vince's hasty announcement last week and how Triple H being in charge of everything could change WWE for the better...maybe.
On deck as well, we have the Liz Cambage saga likely coming to an end this week, a WNBA championship preview that almost nobody got to see and a rundown of the W's possible playoff teams.
Last but certainly not least, Chris talks about the World Track & Field championships where Allyson Felix and Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce established themselves as legends and why Sha'Carri Richardson should be looking to them as role models and not enemies. Less
On this week's episode of The Crossover With Chris Stevens, Chris discusses the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and ... Morewhat to look for post-All Star break, including the brand new Wild Card postseason format, which promises for some exciting results coming down the home stretch. Also, a word on racism in sports journalism after a Denver Post reporter was caught tweeting nasty business about a young Latinx prospect.
In addition, we have our weekly WNBA recap, spotlighting the crazy races for the top and final spots in the WNBA playoffs and some thoughts on Deshaun Watson's nasty business and how sports and society in general places celebrity, fame and fortune over human decency. Less
On this week's episode of The Crossover With Chris Stevens, Chris tackles the foolishness from WNBA All-Star weekend, in ... Morecluding the possibility that WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert is a plant to derail the W's success. Also, Chris discusses yet another Professional Wrestling controversy as TNA Impact Women's Champion Jordynne Grace was harassed into an apology by Chris Jericho, Chavo Guerrero Jr. and David Benoit about Chris Benoit's monstrous ways. Chris also takes Sports Twitter trolls to task, discusses the NBA Draft and how that could reshape the Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic and Oklahoma City Thunder for the better in short order. Less
On this edition of The Crossover with Chris Stevens, Chris breaks down the first half of the Major League Baseball and W ... MoreNBA seasons, as well as shows love to Candace Parker and new Smackdown women's champ Liv Morgan. Less
On this edition of The Crossover, Chris talks about Howard University's gracious decision to stay in the Mid-Eastern Ath ... Moreletic Conference as well as recapping the Stanley Cup Finals, a review of the WNBA at the mid-point of the season and some thoughts on the expensive nature of youth sports. Less
In this episode of the Crossover, Chris recaps the NBA Finals and talks about the Golden State Warriors and Steph Curry' ... Mores places among the all-time greats in the league. Also, can the Colorado Avalanche hold off the Tampa Bay Lightning and win the Stanley Cup? Can the Las Vegas Aces find some bench help in time? And what is up with Vince McMahon? Less
Golden State leads the NBA Finals 3 games to 2 and with a potential Game 7 in San Francisco, Chris talks about how the W ... Morearriors could be setting up for another dynasty, as well as the state of the Dallas Wings, a Stanley Cup Finals Preview, MLB getting rid of old fools and Vince McMahon's latest genius idea for WWE. Less
In the newest edition of the Crossover, Chris talks about the WNBA finally expanding with two teams possibly coming on b ... Moreoard in the next two years and how they can keep the momentum going. There's also NBA Finals and Stanley Cup playoffs discussions as well thoughts on Cody Rhodes' ridiculous performance at WWE's Hell In A Cell premium live event last weekend. Less
A new podcast keeping you informed and entertained with the happenings in the world of sports, The Crossover with Chris Stevens is hosted by Chris Stevens, a sports writer with 20 years of experience as a journalist and a lifetime of experience as a fan and observer. Each week, we'll cover everything from the NFL to NBA and everything in between. We'll break down the top games, story lines, newsmakers and have guests on to discuss the topics at hand. Crossover to a new brand of sports podcast!