1. The Curse of Cleveland: Does It Exist?

    I was driving a dead road on the northern part of Ohio, and I turned the radio on; the radio host said something interesting. "We haven't had a championship in this town since, like, the 1800s, I don't know what's up...

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  2. What Now, Brown Cow?: The Next Step for the Cavs, and What Orlando Must Overcome

    It is becoming obvious to me that two things are happening here: The Referees are trying to impact how this series will go down. The Magic are a much hotter team than Cleveland...

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  3. Why Baseball Is Harder To Manage Than Any Other Sport

    With respect to the physicality and toughness of NBA, NFL, NHL, and any other professional sport out there: Baseball is the hardest sport to manage...

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  4. An Unbiased Summary Of The Cleveland Cavaliers Vs Orlando Magic Series

    I have read and commented on my fair share of one-sided articles regarding the playoff series between Cleveland and Orlando, but the reality of the situation remains: the series is not over and neither team is sitting pretty right now...

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  5. Holland to Make Texas MLB Debut...In Houston?

    As Vicente Padilla is destined for the disabled list for the Texas Rangers, like Padilla has been since he was traded to the Rangers from the Phillies, obviously the first person to take Padilla's place on the roster is Texas young arm Derek Holland...

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  6. A Breakdown of The Series: Eastern Finals Orlando Magic Vs Cleveland Cavaliers

    As game one approaches, I will be giving breakdowns of each Conference Final match-up. In this article it is the Cleveland Cavaliers vs the Orlando Magic...

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  7. Where's the Love for the Underdog QBs?

    Here we go again, as the college football season draws closer to starting I see the same names I saw last year going for college's version of the MVP, the Heisman Trophy...

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  8. The Top 10 MLB Players I Will Miss When They Retire

    As I remember watching some of these all stars of their days, and some of them are even all stars now. I watch as these ballplayers go through a process everyone will go through, old age. The hero's I used to know and love to watch on T...

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  9. The Thunder Have a Interesting Off-Season Ahead Of Them

    As Oklahoma City goes through yet another disappointing year I start to wonder, how does such a good team look so bad, and what do they need to do in the off-season? Well it surprisingly isn't as much as most people think...

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  10. Grading The Texas Rangers' Confusing Bullpen In Baseball

    So your wondering how I'm doing this grading system? Well here is a layout of what my grades will be based on, it's mostly on ERA, this is because the Rangers play in such a small stadium ...

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  11. Tom Brady: Just How Good Is He?

    After watching Matt Cassel play and lead the team to an 11-5 record, including a playoff birth, it has made me wonder: how good is Tom Brady? Is he as good as the media and fans portray ...

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  12. Why Andre Smith Isn't As Bad As Most People Think

    Most people got the impression that Andre Smith doesn't really care and that character is something that this guy lacks, but I beg to differ...

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  13. Graham Harrell Could Be The Next Tom Brady—But More Like Joe Flacco

    For those whom don't know yet, Graham Harrell went undrafted in the 2009 NFL Draft and was signed by the Browns. He is currently attending their rookie camp, and there were some rumors that the ...

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  14. ESPN Needs To Abolish Repetitive News

    Remember when you would go to ESPN for sports news? Yeah, I'm starting to forget those times, as well. I have been telling ESPN for a few years to change their slogan to "If it's not one or two big things, it's not news...

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  15. Who Is Bud Selig Trying To Protect and Why Is He Protecting Them?

    In light of the recent Manny Ramirez suspension and with more and more people to come i'm sure it is becoming more and more obvious that we need to disclose all the names of the people who test positive for steroids before it became illegal to use...

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  16. Manny Tests Positive...for Sexual Enhancment

    After reading an article on Yahoo! Sports, they are reporting that Manny Ramirez has tested positive for a Sexual Enhancer, which is in fact on MLB's list of illegal drugs...

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  17. Pre-Analysis Becoming Appearant in NBA Writing

    As I wander through the Bleacher Reports today I notice a trend here, people jumping the gun. And I admit to doing this myself, making statements that are yet to be proven, and analysis of a series that has just begun...

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  18. The Most Physical Game in the Playoffs, or the Worst Played One?

    Blood, gore, sweat, and maybe some crying, something you would expect from a graphic movie, or a Steelers vs Ravens game, but to my shock I realized that the Rockets and the Lakers really do mean business...

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  19. White Sox Center Field: Not An In-House Solution

    As Chicago continually lines up Carlos Quentin (LF) and Jermaine Dye (RF) in the outfield, there is something missing, the position between them, center field...

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  20. Why The Cleveland Cavs and The Los Angeles Lakers Might Not Be a Lock Anymore

    In the first round of the 2009 NBA Playoffs we saw a few interesting things. 1) The Celtics proved once again that they cannot win a series in the East that doesn't go to game 7 and is on their own home court...

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  21. American League West—Not the Best But Worthy of Attention

    Of the three divisions in the American League, the one that rarely gets any media coverage is the West. So here's is a brief overview. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim The death of top prospect Nick Adenhart was the sad story of the early season...

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  22. You Could Be A Bad Team If

    In honor of the Detriot Lions "perfect" season, I am making a list of what signs to look for when deciding if a team isn't going to be winning much in a season. Without further dely, here is the list...

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  23. Pat White Could Take The Wildcat Formation To The Next Level

    Last year the "Wild Cat," formation stunned the football world, with it's confusing play it easily made victim to whatever came into its path...

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  24. AL East Fantasy Comebacks: May

    Each month I will cover each teams top pitcher/hitter to have a good month. From each division, the division I choose will vary each month from the AL...

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  25. Oakland Raiders' First Pick, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Could Work Out

    With the seventh pick behind the Cincinnati Bengals, everyone was expecting the Oakland Raiders to select the wide receiver out of Texas Tech, Michael Crabtree. However, to everyone's surprise Crabtree didn't get called...

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