1. 2012 NBA Playoffs: The Maturation of Glen "Big Baby" Davis

    Has “Big Baby” grown up? When Orlando Magic man-child Dwight Howard was shut down for the rest of the season, playoffs included, with a back injury a huge void was left in the post...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 1,906 reads 32 comments

  2. 2012 NFL Draft: Rutgers Star Mohamed Sanu a Steal for Cincinnati Bengals

    With the Cincinnati Bengals on the clock with the 27th pick in the NFL draft, former Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu received a phone call. He thought he was going to be a Bengal, and the voice on the other line told him so...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 257 reads 13 comments

  3. Orlando Magic Finally Giving Daniel Orton an Opportunity

    Daniel Orton was a five-star recruit while in high school but the three years after graduation have not been very glamorous. It’s been a challenging road for him, but he may have finally caught the break he needed...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 2,138 reads 17 comments

  4. Rafa Marquez Has Gone Too Far with Latest Incident, MLS Must Take Action

    Rafa Marquez has been nothing but a problem for the New York Red Bulls since coming to the team in the summer of 2010...

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  5. What Happened to the Rivalry Between LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony?

    They were two young stars with unique and special abilities on the basketball court. They had recently played in a high-attention scholastic contest against each other. They were both selected in the same draft...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 774 reads 79 comments

  6. NCAA Lacrosse: Duke Beats Virginia, Displays Unrivaled Depth and Talent

    Reigning Division 1 men’s lacrosse champions Virginia started the season as the No. 1 ranked team and with eight consecutive victories...

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  7. Lacrosse: Celebrities That Once Played the "Creator's Game"

    According to several surveys and outlets, lacrosse is currently the fastest growing sport in the country. More kids—girls and boys—are playing. More high schools and colleges are providing programs to those players...

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  8. What Would've Happened If Tim Duncan Signed with the Orlando Magic?

    Dwight Howard ’s numbers this season have been very good. He’s averaged 20.6 points per game, 14.5 rebounds per game (a career high) and 2.1 blocks per game...

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  9. MLS: Is Thierry Henry the Best Designated Player Signing in League History?

    With two goals—including an MLS Goal of the Week nomination—and an assist in the New York Red Bulls' 4-1 victory over the Columbus Crew on Sunday, Thierry Henry was named MLS Player of the Week...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 1,564 reads 2 comments

  10. Philadelphia Phillies: When Will the Team Give Up on David Herndon?

    The Philadelphia Phillies ' loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday—the team’s second in a row—does not mean it’s time for fans to panic. It’s one series very early in the season...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 2,473 reads 15 comments

  11. New York Red Bulls: Ryan Meara Solidifies the Goalie Position

    It’s only been five games into the 2012 season, but Ryan Meara has made an impact in goal that the New York Red Bulls were missing badly last season...

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  12. 2012 USA Olympic Basketball Team: Will Anyone Root for These Guys?

    NBA players have been allowed to participate in the Summer Olympics five times now, starting with the original Dream Team in 1992...

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  13. Dwight Howard's Indecision Directly Affects the Play of the Orlando Magic

    Dwight Howard has been the face of the Orlando Magic since he was drafted by the franchise with the first overall selection in the 2004 NBA Draft...

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  14. Duke Blue Devils Lacked Leadership Needed to Advance in NCAA Tournament

    Mike Krzyzewski is considered not only one of the greatest basketball coaches in the history of the game but also as one of the best leaders. He’s even written five books about how to build and lead a team...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 665 reads 12 comments

  15. New York Red Bulls Lose Season Opener, Are a Work in Progress

    The New York Red Bulls have spent a lot of money on their current roster, pushing as close to the salary cap as possible. The team has two designated players and 12 players who have made appearances for their respective senior national teams...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 413 reads 4 comments

  16. New York Red Bulls: Who Will Lead the Team in Goals in 2012?

    After another early exit in the playoffs, the New York Red Bulls underwent sweeping changes to their roster. The defense is a mystery...

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  17. United States Men's National Team Win over Italy Shows Progress in Many Ways

    For the past 10 years, American soccer has gotten better due to many players getting the chance to play with good teams in respected European leagues...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about over 2 years ago 1,932 reads 21 comments

  18. MLS: New York Red Bulls Roster Continues to Be a Revolving Door

    In 16 seasons, the New York Red Bulls/MetroStars have had 12 different head coaches and seven different general managers or sporting directors. Close to 300 players have suited up for the team since its inception...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 3 years ago 664 reads 5 comments

  19. Gregg Berhalter Is First American to Coach Professional Soccer in Europe

    After decades of American soccer players failing to catch on with clubs in Europe, America’s brightest young players are finally getting the chance...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 3 years ago 3,154 reads 10 comments

  20. NFL Week 14 Picks: Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants Meet in Huge NFC East Game

    We’re headed down the stretch with the start of the final quarter of the season beginning in Week 14. The games, for some, are as important as ever as teams are jockeying for playoff position...

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  21. Charlotte Hounds Making an Immediate Impact in Major League Lacrosse

    The Charlotte Hounds are entering Major League Lacrosse with a bang. In putting together the inaugural roster, the expansion club is sparing no expense...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 3 years ago 597 reads 2 comments

  22. Orlando Magic Trade for Glen "Big Baby" Davis Is the Start of a Turbulent Season

    On the first day that NBA teams could start training camp and make roster moves, the Orlando Magic have been one of the most active teams out there. Active, however, doesn’t necessarily equal improved...

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  23. Is Jay Heaps Hiring as the New England Revolution Head Coach a Good Call?

    The New England Revolution haven’t had a coaching vacancy since promoting Steve Nicol to head coach in 2002, but the choice of whom to replace the longest tenured coach in ...

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  24. NFL Week 10 Picks: New Orleans Saints to Triumph in Rivalry Week

    It’s rivalry weekend in the NFL . Adding to the intensity of division battles is the fact that many of the matchups will determine who will lead the division going into next weekend...

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  25. Why the Albert Haynesworth Experiment Was Always Doomed to Fail

    When the New England Patriots traded a fifth-round draft pick to the Washington Redskins for Albert Haynesworth , the now-waived defensive tackle reworked his contract as part of the deal...

    Phil Shore Written by Phil Shore about almost 3 years ago 797 reads 5 comments