1. NFL Draft 2011: Ranking the Top NFL Picks By Their Social Media Prowess

    As draft day quickly approaches, Twitter offers fans the ability to hear directly from the stars of the future like never before, live during the draft...

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  2. Darnell Dockett's Big Tweet: I Will Not Let My Contract Issues Distract Me

    What in the Twitterverse is going on here? What has the NFL come to? These days, it is considered big news when a player decides not to hold out of training camp—actually fulfilling the ...

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  3. D-Backs' Luis Gonzalez on alleged 2003 steroid user list

    RotoInfo.com, a fantasy sports web site, has posted what is rumored to be the list of players who tested positive for steroids in 2003. No. 100 on the list of 103 appears to be former Diamondback Luis Gonzalez...

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  4. New Arizona Diamondbacks Skip' A.J. Hinch Can't Right Ship

    A.J. Hinch, the Diamondbacks’ Director of Player Development, is expected to be introduced as the new skipper of the team this afternoon at Chase Field...

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  5. Slow start, silent bats cost Melvin job

    The Arizona Diamondbacks’ brass have apparently seen enough, firing Manager Bob Melvin just 29 games into the season, and less than two seasons removed from him winning NL Manager of the Year...

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  6. Manny Ramirez' Positive Drug Test Gives D-Backs Golden Opportunity

    In the famous words of Jim Carrey, “So you’re telling me there’s a chance!” While the D-Backs’ chance of winning the NL West was slightly better than one ...

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  7. Phoenix Suns are “Sports' Most Twitter-ific Team”

    The Phoenix Suns won’t be winning an NBA title this year; they couldn’t even manage to make it to the playoffs...

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  8. Ready or not, Harden Heads for NBA Draft

    ASU’s Pac-10 player of the year, James Harden is expected to officially declare himself eligible for the NBA draft on Wednesday. Harden, a sophomore, averaged 20.1 points, 5.6 boards, and 4...

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  9. Video: Shaq's Bowling Intro Tops LeBron's Camera Work

    Shaq called out LeBron James for his "weak" photographer introduction and challenged him to a duel of intros. The Diesel stepped up to the plate Saturday evening prior to the Suns vs. Wizards game...

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  10. James Harden Proves He's Not NBA-Ready in Sun Devils' Elimination

    One week ago, I began writing an article that I never finished. I was going to craft a piece about the Arizona State Sun Devils' first ever Pac-10 Tournament title and how James Harden ...

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  11. Arizona, Pac-10 Bust Obama's bracket

    Earlier this week, President Barack Obama filled out his bracket with ESPN’s Andy Katz, and we let him have it. Obama picked just one of the Pac-10’s six tournament teams, Washington, to advance past the first round...

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  12. Obama Disses Arizona, Pac-10 in 'Barak-etology'

    It looks like the oval office and the east coast is sticking to its bias. President Obama filled out his NCAA bracket Wednesday on ESPN and had only one of the six Pac-10 teams in the tournament winning a first round game...

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  13. You Decide: LeBron "Blocks" Richardson's 360, Fair or Foul?

    We’ve all undoubtedly seen LeBron James’s “block” of Jason Richardson’s 360 dunk attempt by now...

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  14. R.I.P. Phoenix As Suns Blow Another One, Fall to LeBron, Cavaliers 119-111

    Phoenix has the lead entering the fourth quarter, leading throughout most of the second half. Slowly the opposition whittles down the lead as Steve Nash & Co. turn the ball over, play after play...

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  15. Phoenix Suns Blow 'Super Bowl', Lose to Mavs 122-117

    Many Phoenix Suns fans will awaken tomorrow to an emotion many have not felt on Planet Orange in quite some time—hopelessness. The Suns blew their opportunity to make a late-season playoff-push, losing to the Dallas Mavericks Tuesday night at the U.

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  16. Phoenix Suns' Playoff Hopes Dwindling: One Last Chance To Save Planet Orange

    Shaquille O’Neal said it was “kind of early” for the Suns to bust out the “win or go home” slogan, but Grant Hill and Steve Nash seem more willing to admit the truth...

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