Sport Science

  • 2007
  • 2 Seasons
  • TV-14
  • sports stuff, fitness

In-depth analysis of athletic achievements and individual sports skills.

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Sport Science: Curry's game-winning 3 vs. OKC

John Brenkus dissects Steph Curry's 32-foot, game-winning 3-pointer against the Thunder.

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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…)
DeForest Buckner's athleticism
Sport Science measures the size and power of former Oregon defensive lineman DeForest Buckner.
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…)
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.
Augusta's greens
Sport Science analyzes the greens at Augusta National and their notorious difficulty.
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…)
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…)
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.
Farewell to the long putter
Matt Kuchar joins Sport Science to explain his transition to a shorter putter since golf banned anchored putting.
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.
Curry from long range
John Brenkus and the Sport Science team break down why Stephen Curry is so deadly from long distance.
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 enlisted one of the nation's top players, Austin Bailey, to show how much skill goes into horseshoes.
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.
Durant re-enacts iconic moments
Kevin Durant re-enacts legendary moves by Dr. J, Allen Iverson and Michael Jordan in the Sport Science lab.
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.
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 com (more…)
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.
Worst plays from college football
ESPN Sport Science breaks down some of the most-notorious moments of the college football season.
Isaiah Thomas' floater
Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas demonstrates why he's not intimidated by the sight of big men in the paint.
ESPN Sport Science: Curry from 30
If the NBA didn't already fear Steph Curry's three-point range, it should be worried now that he's consistently draining shots from 30 feet. John Bren (more…)

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