1. New York Yankees: In Praise of Brian Cashman's Genius

    New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman would seem to be the Rodney Dangerfield of Major League Baseball, despite all of the wins and all of the rings he's achieved in over a decade with the team...

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  2. Why Benching Roy Hibbert Was Completely Wrong, Even If It Made Sense

    There is a legitimate argument to be made for keeping Roy Hibbert off the floor during the two most crucial possessions of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals...

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  3. Shame on PGA Golfers for Not Condemning Sergio Garcia

    You'd be forgiven for thinking that this was just any other week on the PGA tour. After Sergio Garcia channeled his inner Fuzzy Zoeller , media solicited opinions from just about everybody...

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  4. New York Knicks: There's Nowhere to Go but Down for Carmelo Anthony and Company

    Well New York Knicks fans, for better or worse, this is it. These Knicks captivated us, bringing back magic to the Garden that hasn't been seen since the Clinton administration...

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  5. 8 NFL Quarterbacks and Their Movie Hero Counterparts

    Blockbuster season is upon us once again—a time of big stars, big explosions and big box office numbers. This summer will bring us heroes of all shapes and sizes: superheroes, antiheroes, redemption stories, you name it...

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  6. Los Angeles Dodgers: Why Don Mattingly Should Keep His Job

    Don Mattingly looks like a dead man walking these days. He answers questions before every game about his job security. He answers questions after every game about his job security...

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  7. New York Knicks: The Top 5 Moments from This Season

    Yes, the loss to the Pacers was maddeningly frustrating. It wasn't just that the Knicks lost—they went out with a whimper, getting away from their game in Games 3 and 4 in Indiana and putting themselves in too deep of a hole...

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  8. NBA Playoffs: The 10 Greatest Conference Finals Moments

    The NBA Playoffs provide some of the greatest theater in all of sports. Sure, players and teams may take a play (or 10) off during an 82-game slog, but when the calendar flips to May, ...

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  9. New York Giants: 5 Biggest Questions Heading into Training Camp

    "Frustrating" is just about the only word to describe the 2012-2013 season for the New York Giants . The team started strong only to fade down the home stretch amid a tough closing ...

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  10. NBA Playoffs 2013: 4 Keys for the Indiana Pacers to Beat the Miami Heat

    The 2013 NBA playoffs have reached their final four, and now things really get fun. On paper, the Eastern final is akin to a Biblical showdown. The grit-and-grind Indiana Pacers against the pyrotechnic show that is the Miami Heat...

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  11. Dwight Howard: Why This Isn't a Terrible Deal for Orlando

    It's just about official now: Dwight Howard is heading to Hollywood in a blockbuster, four-team trade...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Chris Landers about 2 years ago 343 reads 2 comments

  12. 10 Players Who Will Decide MLB Playoff Races

    Say what you want about the second wild card, but it's certainly making things interesting. The trade deadline has passed and the dog days are upon us, and more than half the league can reasonably consider itself in the hunt...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Chris Landers about 2 years ago 5,149 reads 36 comments

  13. College Football: 10 Best Moments from the BCS Era

    Last month, the NCAA approved a four-team playoff for college football starting in 2014, officially putting an end to the much-maligned BCS system...

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  14. New York Giants: Top 10 Games of the Eli Manning Era

    He may not have established himself as elite until 2011, but Eli Manning has always had a flair for the dramatic...

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  15. The New York Giants: 5 Reasons Big Blue Might Not Win an NFC East Title

    The New York Giants are the reigning Super Bowl champions, and no one can take that away from them. But this is the National Football League, where nothing matters but what you're ...

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  16. New York Knicks: Letting Jeremy Lin Go Is the Right Thing to Do

    Since I can see the torches and pitchforks already, let's start here: Linsanity was magical. It made the Knicks matter in a way that fans hadn't seen since Jeff Van Gundy's flop sweat roamed the Garden sidelines...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Chris Landers about 2 years ago 735 reads 1 comments

  17. MLB Trade Rumors: Felix Hernandez Isn't Available, but Should He Be?

    Felix Hernandez won't be on the trading block yet again, per Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal . Seattle GM Jack Zduriencik has long been adamant about keeping his franchise star, beating back relentless trade rumors over the past couple years...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Chris Landers about 2 years ago 1,670 reads 14 comments

  18. MLB Midseason Awards: Who Takes Home the Fake Hardware?

    It seems like just yesterday that the frost was thawing and pitchers and catchers were reporting, but the baseball season is already more than halfway done...

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  19. NBA Free Agency 2012: Why Steve Nash Won't Make the Lakers the Best in the West

    On paper, there's no reason why Los Angeles shouldn't be ecstatic today. Steve Nash , NBA point guard, is unarguably one of the greatest to ever play the position...

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  20. NY Giants Secondary, Not Eli Manning, Will Determine Team Success in 2012

    It’s amazing what a difference a month and a half can make. In mid-December, the New York Giants were dead to rights...

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  21. Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and the Failure of the New York Knicks

    The New York Knicks had it all in front of them in the summer of 2010. Isiah Thomas was gone, and he had taken his army of overpaid shooting guards with him...

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  22. The 2012 New York Giants: Which Rookies Will Make an Immediate Impact?

    Don't let that shiny ring fool you. They may be Super Bowl champions, but the New York Giants are far from invincible—remember, this team was sitting precariously at .500 after Week 14 and had to win out to simply make the playoffs...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Chris Landers about 2 years ago 1,565 reads 0 comments