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Sport Science: Inside the quad flip

John Brenkus breaks down the takeoff speed and angular velocity required to land a quad flip, which Max Parrot hopes to be the first to land it in competition at X Games Aspen.

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Sport Science: Ramsey's mind-boggling range
Sport Science examines former Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey's explosive leaping ability and acceleration, which gives him a greater theoretical range (more…)
Sport Science: DeForest Buckner's athleticism
Sport Science measures the size and power of former Oregon defensive lineman DeForest Buckner.
Sport Science: The numbers behind Elliott and Henry
ESPN Sport Science examines two of the best running backs in the 2016 NFL draft, Ezekiel Elliott and Derrick Henry, and offers a comparison to the lev (more…)
Sport Science: Curry's tunnel shots
ESPN Sport Science examines why Steph Curry's pre-game tunnel shots are tougher to hit than a half-court shot.
Sport Science: Augusta's greens
Sport Science analyzes the greens at Augusta National and their notorious difficulty.
Sport Science: Par 3 aces
Augusta's 9th hole has seen more holes-in-one occur than any other hole during the annual Par 3 Contest. Sport Science explains why the grass and pin (more…)
Sport Science: Jack's clubs in 1986
As we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Golden Bear's 1986 Masters win, Sport Science analyzes Jack Nicklaus' clubs and how past technology compar (more…)
Sport Science: Breanna Stewart's dominance
Sport Science investigates why UConn's Breanna Stewart has been so effective on both ends of the floor for so long.
Sport Science: Farewell to the long putter
Matt Kuchar joins Sport Science to explain his transition to a shorter putter since golf banned anchored putting.
Sport Science: Osahor's 3-point prowess
Heading into the Final Four, Washington's Chantel Osahor is getting a lot of attention for her 3-point accuracy and use of an old-school technique. Jo (more…)
Sport Science: Osahor's 3-point prowess
Heading into the Final Four, Washington's Chantel Osahor is getting a lot of attention for her 3-point accuracy and use of an old-school technique. Jo (more…)
ESPN Sport Science - Curry in a hurry
When it comes to working the floor and scoring in a hurry, no one in the league can compare to reigning MVP Steph Curry.
Sport Science: Curry from long range
John Brenkus and the Sport Science team break down why Stephen Curry is so deadly from long distance.
Sport Science: Giovinco's free kicks
In case you were curious about the science behind Sebastian Giovinco's artful set pieces, ESPN's John Brenkus breaks down all the elements behind the (more…)
Sport Science: Curry's game-winning 3 vs. OKC
John Brenkus dissects Steph Curry's 32-foot, game-winning 3-pointer against the Thunder.
Sport Science: Horseshoes!
Sport Science enlisted one of the nation's top players, Austin Bailey, to show how much skill goes into horseshoes.
Sport Science: 2016 Slam Dunk Contest
John Brenkus dissects the best and most talked about dunks from this year's slam dunk contest between Aaron Gordon and Zach LaVine.
Sport Science: Durant re-enacts iconic moments
Kevin Durant re-enacts legendary moves by Dr. J, Allen Iverson and Michael Jordan in the Sport Science lab.
Sport Science: Kuechly's speed and power
Luke Kuechly shows off his perfect blend of size, speed, and instinct, which has made him a three-time Pro Bowler.
ESPN Sport Science: Alabama's onside kick
Alabama turned the tide of the College Football Playoff National Championship with Adam Griffith's perfectly executed onside kick in the fourth quarte (more…)
Sport Science - Westbrook's Thunderous Dunks
ESPN Sport Science analyzes how much thunder the Oklahoma City point guard generates with his dunks.
Sport Science - LeBron vs. Curry
The Sport Science team does its own tale of the tape between LeBron James and Steph Curry.
Sport Science: Worst plays from college football
ESPN Sport Science breaks down some of the most-notorious moments of the college football season.
Sport Science: Isaiah Thomas' floater
Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas demonstrates why he's not intimidated by the sight of big men in the paint.

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