1. July 9th 2008: Two Players Jump Ship and Create Monumental Shift in the NBA

    NBA free agency is underway with a big bang. The Philadelphia 76ers worked some late minute magic and lured Elton Brand away from the Clippers. The Sixers have searched for a low post scorer for ages and have finally landed him...

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  2. Rampage Jackson Robbed of His Title

    At UFC 86 the main event was the ultimate 205 pound showdown between champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and decorated challenger Forest Griffin. The fight was full of intrigue and ended up full of suspense...

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  3. The Sonics Are Gone...On Vacation?

    The Sonics were just sold by the city of Seattle for $75 million. Seattle fans are devastated about the loss of their 41 yearlong basketball stronghold. Many NBA experts and reporters will tell you Seattle is a basketball town that loves their Sonics...

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  4. The Name Game: What to Name the Team Formerly Known As the Sonics

    Yesterday the verdict came in. The city of Seattle needed a payoff to allow the team to move to Oklahoma City. For $45 million up front and possibly $30 million later, the Seattle Sonics are no more...

    David Cohen Written by David Cohen about over 6 years ago 1,213 reads 25 comments

  5. It's Time For An NFL Rookie Salary Cap, But That's Not The Real Problem

    Recently NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell came out and said it is “ridiculous” for players like Jake Long to make boatloads of money without proving themselves in the NFL...

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  6. Davis, Brand, Maggette, Posey All Opt Out; Artest Stays Put

    In a stunning development the Golden State Warriors and Baron Davis could not work out an extension, so Davis has decided to opt out of the final year of his contract, giving up $17...

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  7. Brandon Jennings Poised to Destroy NBA-College One-Year Rule

    A few years ago, NBA Commissioner David Stern and NCAA President Myles Brand came together and established the one year rule, which states that an incoming NBA player must be out of high school for at least one year prior to the draft...

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  8. 2008 NBA Draft Grades: The Nerds, the Dropouts, and Everyone In-Between

    Last night the draft proved to be as interesting as advertised. The mega deals didn’t go down during the draft but a mega move did take place afterwards. Now on to the report cards: Atlanta Hawks: N/A...

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  9. Final 2008 NBA Mock Draft In Light of Afternoon Trades

    Several things have changed the shape of this draft in the last 24 hours. Jermaine O’Neal was dealt to the Raptors along with the 41st pick for T.J. Ford, Rasho Nesterovic, Maceo Baston, and the 17th pick...

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  10. The Best Shots of This Year's NBA Finals

    The Celtics Lakers renaissance wasn’t that great, but it did have its moments… Like when Kevin Garnett morphed into Pau Gasol. Can’t believe that’s what it took for a guy named Gasol to do anything in this series..

    David Cohen Written by David Cohen about over 6 years ago 1,354 reads 2 comments

  11. 2008 NBA Draft a Convolution

    The NBA draft is extremely crucial toward building success and ultimately championships. Every team is one great pick away from possible glory. However, this year the draft shook out in an order that hurts many of the teams...

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  12. Rafael Palmeiro, Roger Clemens, and Hard Evidence of Steroid Use

    Since the steroid cloud has polluted athletics, fans everywhere have debated whether certain players are steroid users...

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  13. Big Brown Can Deliver Triple Crown And Not Much Else

    Let’s face it. If Big Brown still has four hoofs after a mile and a half he’ll be the first Triple Crown horse since Affirmed in 1978. He is racing against arguably the weakest Belmont field in thirty years...

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  14. Memo to Donnie Walsh Discovered On How to Save New York Knicks

    Now that Isiah Thomas has been outsourced in Europe, the Knicks can get down to business. Below is the memo in its entirety...

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  15. Detroit Pistons "Dynasty" Flips Over, Sees Philadelphia Eagles in Mirror

    The Pistons just finished their 6th straight Eastern Conference finals and for the 3rd straight year they find themselves on the outside looking in. They are the dynasty that isn’t; the team with the great run that was just short of greatness...

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  16. Chicago Bulls Win Miracle First Pick: With Strings Attached

    The Bulls lucked into another great draft spot. They’ve made a habit of this since MJ left the building. History shows that the Bulls have the luckiest ping pong ball in the draft lottery ...

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  17. New York Knicks: Bonjour, Monsieur Isiah Thomas

    It's official. Operation Keep Isiah As Far Away From the Knicks As Possible is finally under way. New Knicks President Donnie Walsh has sent Isiah on a scouting mission...

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  18. And the Winner of the 134th Kentucky Derby Is...

    Number 10, Colonel John. His style is great for this race. To me he looks like the reincarnation of Barbaro...

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  19. What We Learned From Day 1 of the 2008 NFL Draft

    In a day filled with trades and draft picks that made you say "whoa," a few things stood out:1. It's a Chiefs world, we all just live in it. The Chiefs had Glenn Dorsey fall into their lap. Then they get the guy they wanted with the fifth pick at No...

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  20. Prioritizing the New York J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS' 2008 NFL Draft

    This year’s NFL draft is by far the most unpredictable coming into the draft since the turn of the century. Will the Rams take Chris Long or Glenn Dorsey, or will they trade the pick to ...

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