1. The Hit Machine: Ichiro Continues His Fast Track to Hall Of Fame

    When he entered Major League Baseball in 2001 at the age 27, Ichiro Suzuki had the weight of an entire nation and franchise on his shoulders. Seattle was in a three-year span had lost two of the game's best players in Ken Griffey Jr...

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  2. Cheated "What Tennis Missed Out on After Hamburg"

    From 1990 to 1993 Monica Seles dominated Women's tennis in a fashion rarely ever seen, she would win eight majors and went into the 1993 season as a two-time defending champion in three out of four majors, Wimbledon being the lone exception...

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  3. The Five greatest guards in NBA History

    These five guards are my opinion five of the top 10 or 12 players in NBA history they have all been the best in a their particular era or right there amongst the best; between them they have won 17 NBA championships and ten MVP awards...

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  4. Boston Celtics, San Antonio Spurs Gear Up for One Last Title Run

    The San Antonio Spurs and the Boston Celtics are gearing up for what could be their last shot at another championship. With their recent trades and signings, both teams give you the sense that it is championship or bust...

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  5. The Zen Master "What Really Makes Jackson Great"

    Love him or hate him Phil Jackson is one of the greatest coaches in the history of professional sports, but you already knew that...

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  6. Appreciating Andy "Roddick Is Not an Underachiever"

    You can call Andy Roddick many things lucky for being married to Brooklyn Decker, or even annoying for his on the court persona; but do not call an underachiever. Roddick has only one grand slam to his credit the 03 U...

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  7. The Death of the Quarterback "Why Are The Number of Elite QBs Shrinking"

    In the NFL there has always been some great quarterbacks and some not so great quarterbacks; but I do not ever remember a time where there have been so many mediocre ones. In 2008 you had names like J...

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  8. My All Decade Team NBA Edition

    With the conclusion of this year's NBA season another decade has come and gone, and with there being little argument over who the team of the decade was hint, they reside in Los Angeles, ...

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  9. The NBA's top 5 players

    With the NBA season now completely done with the draft now come and gone I am giving you my top 5 players as of right now. This group of players is based more on skill-set than age...

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  10. 22 and Counting "Which American Man Will End The Grand Slam Drought?"

    At the 2003 US Open Andy Roddick was able to dispose of Juan Carlos Ferrero, but little did we know that it would be the last grand slam singles win for an American male coming into this year's Wimbledon a drought of 22 grand slams...

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  11. Rock Stedy "The Lakers Are Sports Most Consistent Franchise"

    In their 62 year existence the Los Angeles Lakers have won 15 NBA championships and appeared in the Finals 30 times; so if you have been fortunate enough to be a Laker fan you have been guaranteed ...

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  12. "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED" Why Roger Federer Is The Best Ever

    The Michelangelo of tennis painted his latest and greatest masterpiece last week at Roland Garros, becoming just the sixth man to ever complete the career grand-slam, Andre Agassi was the last to do so in 1999 at Roland Garros...

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  13. "Don't Believe The Hype" Baseball's Hype Machine Is Out of Control

    This week's issue of Sports Illustrated featured Bryce Harper who has been called baseball's chosen one. When reading this article I did not know whether or not it was describing a ...

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  14. Michael Jordan vs. BIll Russell: Why Russell Is Better

    Michael Jordan is regarded to be the greatest basketball player of all-time, and with six championships, five regular-season MVP awards, and six Finals MVP awards it would be hard to argue...

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  15. "Meet The Redskin Coaches"

    Head Coach Jim Zorn: After originally being hired as offensive coordinator, Jim Zorn became the Washington Redskins 27 th Head Coach on February 9, 2008...

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  16. "10 Questions For Jason"

    Here is 10 questions for Jason Campbell as he gets ready for the upcoming 2009 season. 1. How did you feel about the team's pursuit of Jay Cutler? 2. What aspect of your game needs the most improvement? 3...

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  17. Getting Offensive: Jim Zorn Looks For More Out Of Redskins' 'O'

    I do not foresee any major changes to the Redskins' offense as far as playcalling. Jim Zorn has made it clear players need to execute the offense better; rather than him customizing his offense to fit the personal...

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  18. "HOG HEAVEN" 1991 Redskins My Favorite Team

    Coming off a 28-10 defeat at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers, the Redskins entered the 1991 season on a mission. The Redskins finished that season with a 17-2 record including a 11-0 start and a Super Bowl championship...

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  19. Jason Campbell Will Make or Break the 2009 Redskins

    In 2008, the Washington Redskins started off at 6-2 and Jason Campbell had not thrown a interception through eight games...

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