1. Men's Tennis: Who's Currently Better Between Roger Federer or Andy Murray?

    Rafael's Nadal seven-month absence from the game of tennis mostly benefited two people: Roger Federer and Andy Murray . Before Wimbledon 2012, Nadal and Novak Djokovic had split the past nine majors, with Nadal winning five of them...

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  2. Men's Tennis: Can Rafael Nadal Ever Return to Prominence on Hard Courts?

    In late 2010, Rafael Nadal defeated Frenchman Gael Monfils in the final of the Rakuten Japan Open in Tokyo, 6-1 7-5. This victory was the final tournament win of 2010 win for Nadal, which was the Spaniard's career year...

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  3. Men's Tennis: Predicting the Top 10 at the End of 2013

    The ATP World Tour has recently put a cap on what was an exceptional 2012 season. For the first time since 2003, four different players won the four majors. Each member of the "Big Four" captured one in the order of their preseason rankings...

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  4. Rafael Nadal: What Can We Expect from the Spaniard When He Returns?

    Rafael Nadal has been absent from tennis since July, when he was stunned by then-World No. 100 Lukas Rosol at the second round of Wimbledon. The rest of the tennis world has moved on admirably well without the player who was ranked No...

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  5. PSG: Is the Parisian Side Capable of Attracting Cristiano Ronaldo?

    There are many, many ways of describing the rumor stating that Cristiano Ronaldo could be going to Paris-Saint-Germain . Absurd. Crazy. Frightening. Exciting. Imagine if Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo were on the same team...

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  6. Arsenal FC: What Will Jack Wilshere's Spot in the Arsenal Midfield Be?

    On 20 September, 2012, Arsenal fans around the world heard some great news. Jack Wilshere , out 14 months with an injury, had made his return for the Arsenal under-21 match against West Brom reserves...

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  7. Arsenal FC: Is This Going to Be Bacary Sagna's Last Season for the Gunners?

    For the last five years, Bacary Sagna has unquestionably been one of the most consistent players for Arsenal , but he is currently rumored to be leaving...

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  8. Top 10 Plays of the First Quarter of the 2012 NFL Season

    The first quarter of the 2012 NFL season is already over. As always it has been filled with many exciting plays. From trick plays to Hail Mary passes to insane catches, we have seen it all in the first four weeks...

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  9. Men's Tennis: The All-Time Hard Court Tournament (Open Era Players Only)

    With the 2012 tennis Grand Slam season having recently been completed, it is time to reflect. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray split the hard-court majors this season, the surface in question today...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about 2 years ago 2,341 reads 23 comments

  10. Arsenal vs. Manchester City: Assessing Gunners' Chances to Win EPL After Draw

    After today's draw against Manchester City , Arsenal sit in fifth place, nine points ahead of Manchester City by goal differential...

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  11. Arsenal FC: 5 Players Arsene Wenger Is Going to Regret Missing out on

    The summer transfer window is now closed. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger seems pleased with his squad, which despite sub-par results, have turned in three quality performances...

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  12. Andy Murray: Why the Brits' Chances in New York Are Being Overrated

    For many, this summer has been the summer of getting over the hump for Andy Murray. The Scottish tennis star struggled early in the season, and a back injury during the clay-court ...

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  13. Rafael Nadal's Five Greatest Tics and Routines (Video)

    Rafael Nadal is known as one of the best tennis players of all time. The Spaniard has amassed 11 Grand Slam titles, of which seven are at Roland Garros, making the current World No...

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  14. Men's Basketball: The Top 10 Olympians on Team USA Since 1992

    On Sunday, August 12, 2012, the United States Men's Basketball team captured its 14th gold medal in 17 Olympic appearances. In 1992, professional players were allowed to compete...

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  15. 2012 US Open: Who Are the Top 5 Favorites for This Year's Title?

    For the second Sunday in the past month, Andy Murray and Roger Federer met to decide a very important title at the All-England Club...

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  16. Olympic Games 2012: Is Michael Phelps Greatest Olympian Ever?

    As Michael Phelps watched teammate Ricky Berens finish off the third leg of the 4x200 freestyle relay, a lot of thoughts must have been racing through his head...

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  17. Arsenal: It Is Still Time to Replace Arsene Wenger (if Robin Van Persie Leaves)

    About 10 months ago, I published a piece claiming it was time for Arsenal to sack long-time manager Arsene Wenger . And I got killed for it. Comments, messages, talks with friends...

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  18. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: How Can the Frenchman Break the "Big Four" Stronghold?

    As the eyes of the tennis world collectively shift from Wimbledon to the London Olympics (held at the same venue), and then to New York for the US Open the majority of fans only have a few questions on their mind...

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  19. Novak Djokovic: What's Changed for the Serbian Star in 2012?

    As we entered the 2011 tennis season, all eyes were on Rafael Nadal . The then world No. 1 had captured the past three major titles, and would have his sights set on the "Rafa Slam" ...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about over 2 years ago 2,139 reads 32 comments

  20. NBA Finals Predictions: Answering the Critical Questions for Dream Matchup

    CLICK HERE FOR PODCAST The NBA Finals start today, with Game 1 in Oklahoma City. This year, the NBA and their fans have a dream matchup, with the league's two best players, ...

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  21. 2012 Olympic Men's Basketball: Which 12 Should Make the Final Cut?

    CLICK HERE TO LISTEN OUR PODCAST In the midst of NBA playoffs, the basketball minds in our country can't think of much but the potential O'Brien Trophy holder. But, come July, everyones eyes will be glued to the U...

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  22. Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics: What Would a Loss Mean for LeBron James?

    The entire world of basketball knows how pivotal Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals is to the Miami Heat ...

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  23. Euro 2012: Are France Serious Contenders in Poland and Ukraine?

    At the last major football tournament—2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa—the top three teams were Spain, the Netherlands and Germany...

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  24. 2012 French Open: Which "Big 4" Member Has Toughest Quarter?

    Finally, the time has come. The collective eyes of the tennis world are turned towards Paris as the 2012 French Open has kicked off. The two story lines that everyone will be watching during this tournament on the men's side are obvious...

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  25. Arsenal FC: Ranking Arsene Wenger's Summer Buys

    Arsenal 's start to the season was marred by the departures of regulars Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy. To try to ease the Gunners' players and fans' pain, Arsene Wenger made seven summer purchases, not counting loan deals...

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