1. Arsenal Transfers: 5 January Targets That the Gunners Shouldn't Sign

    This season has been a very tough one for Arsenal . The Gunners have stumbled out of the gate, mostly due to the departures of stars Cecs Fabregas and Samir Nasri...

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  2. NFL Predictions Week 4: Forecasting the 5 Biggest Games of the Week

    The first three weeks of the NFL have been great. There have been several good games, upsets and memorable performances...

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  3. Why It's Time for Arsenal to Replace Arsene Wenger

    Change. This has been a common theme in North London this summer—the departures of star midfielders Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri being the epitome...

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  4. Novak Djokovic: Will the Serb Crumble Under All the Pressure?

    Every sport has it's face. You don't have to be a basketball fan to know Kobe Bryant. You don't have to follow soccer to have heard of Cristiano Ronaldo. For many, many years, the face of tennis has been Roger Federer ...

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  5. The 20 Biggest Scandals in Sports History

    Call it a blessing or call it a curse, but star athletes are put on a pedestal. They are regarded as above humans, their accomplishments are expected and their mistakes are scrutinized to no extent...

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  6. Tennis: Comparing the Legacies of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer

    From their first meeting in Miami in 2005, to the latest one in Paris in 2011, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have enticed us tennis fans to spectacles indescribable in words...

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  7. FC Barcelona Playing a 4-3-3 and Winning Games Again

    On September 24th, Camp Nou was nearly full with 83,154 fans shouting and supporting the Blaugrana. The team played against a tough Atlético Madrid and absolutely destroyed them 5-0...

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  8. NCAA Basketball: Class of 2012 Overview, Baylor, Michigan, UNC and the NBA

    While a few years ago the top high school prospects could be making an almost immediate impact on the NBA, due to new regulations, they have to wait at least a year before entering the league...

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  9. US Tennis Players Have Fallen Behind Their European Counterparts

    During tennis ' last golden era, the top ranking slots were infested with Americans. The Yanks dominated the sport, piling up majors and forming great rivalries between national heroes...

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  10. Conmebol 11: The Best Possible Team of South American Players

    South American football is known to have the flashiest, most entertaining and, some would argue, the best players in the world...

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  11. What This Week 1 Win Means for the Washington Redskins

    On Sunday, the Washington Redskins hosted the New York Giants at FedEx Field in Landover, MD. Many predicted that the outcome would favor the Giants, but the newly redesigned Redskins team was on a mission to prove the media wrong...

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  12. NBA: Top 10 Rookies and Their Best and Worst Case Scenarios as Pros

    This year's draft class was less than spectacular and full of gambles. A player could either turn out to be the next big thing, or the next bust. A player can turn out to be the next Chris Paul , or Ramon Sessions...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about almost 3 years ago 855 reads 1 comments

  13. Smack Talk: The 20 Best Trash Talkers in Sports History

    Some fans hate trash talkers; others find them as one of the essential part of sports. Trash talking is the art of completely getting inside an opponent's head, hurting their game even more than with smothering defense...

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  14. NBA All-Fat Team: NBA's Fattest Players by Position

    I gave you the NBA's skinniest players. Now, here come the fat ones. These players were the ones that made the game a fun and humorous place and still managed to use their size to their advantage to dominate the game...

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  15. Duke Basketball: 5 Players Primed to Perform This Season

    Duke has just come off a decent season that saw the Blue Devils reach the Sweet 16. But after sending their best player away to the NBA, they need someone to step up. This could be anyone...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about almost 3 years ago 885 reads 17 comments

  16. US Open Tennis 2011: What Happened to Rafael Nadal in the 4th Set of the Final?

    Rafael Nadal looked up to his box, fist clenched. Novak Djokovic's forehand had died on his own side of the net, handing the Spaniard the third set of their US Open final, trimming his deficit to two-sets-to-one...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about almost 3 years ago 3,284 reads 20 comments

  17. EPL Round 4 Match of the Week: Sunderland 1 Chelsea 2

    Looking back on the most recent round of Premier League action, there were mostly lopsided victories for stronger teams against lesser opposition or scraps between mediocre clubs...

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  18. Serie A: 5 Teams to Watch in 2011-12

    When football arises in conversation, many associate with Italy. This is because Italy is a footballing hotbed. With four World Cup trophies to its name, Italy maintains a grand pedigree for football of great quality...

    Bell  Malley Written by Bell Malley about almost 3 years ago 1,657 reads 6 comments

  19. Barclays English Premier League Round 4: Match Previews

    The Barclay's Premier League is back after the international break and is as tense as ever for at least some clubs ( cough, cough, Arsenal ). Well nevertheless, let’s start off with the games on Saturday...

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  20. Washington Redskins: 5 Players to Watch in Game Against New York Giants

    This offseason, the Washington Redskins were one of the most watched teams. From their intense quarterback battle to their unloading of disgruntled stars to their acquiring of a multitude of draft picks, they were always in the news...

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  21. Looking Back at the 10 Biggest Sports Fights of All Time

    Around a month ago, the Georgetown Hoyas basketball team, and a national collegiate-level Chinese basketball team, shocked fans around the world alike when they broke out into a massive fight...

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  22. US Open Tennis 2011: Is an Easy Draw Enough to Propel Rafael Nadal to Title?

    On Friday, Rafael Nadal showed no ill effects of recent injuries, cruising throughout his match against Nicolas Mahut, who retired down 6-2, 6-2. The world No...

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  23. US Open Tennis 2011 Draw: 10 Biggest Winners and Losers

    The US Open draw ceremony took place on Friday, paving the way to greatness for many players. Of course, the luck of the draw plays a big role in determining who will lift the trophy on September 11th...

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  24. 2011 US Open: Why Novak Djokovic's Loss in Cincinatti Is a Blessing in Disguise

    On Sunday, Novak Djokovic suffered just his second loss of the 2011 season when he was defeated by Andy Murray , 6-4, 3-0 (ret.) at the Western and Southern Open in Mason, Ohio...

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  25. Men's Tennis: Ranking the Last 11 US Open Finals

    With the US Open tennis tournament at Flushing Meadows just around the corner, it's time to look back at some recent events that happened in New York. I will rank every final match we have had since the turn of the century, in order from No...

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