1. Phil Mickelson, Luke Donald or Lee Westwood: Who's the US Open Favorite?

    With over 100 players competing in the US Open, Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and Phil Mickelson have emerged as the clear-cut favorites...

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  2. US Open Golf 2011 Scores and Leaderboard: Live Updates

    Get the latest 2011 US Open scores and leaderboard updates exclusively on Bleacher Report throughout the 111th US Open...

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  3. 2011 U.S. Open: Phil Mickelson and 15 Americans Who Could Take the Title

    The US Open may appear to be an event that welcomes an international crowd, but that is just a facade. When the winner of a major championship is also a native of that country, they become a national hero and the hubris is palpable...

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  4. 2011 U.S. Open Favorites: Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and the Top Contenders

    There’s no longer an elephant in the room about whether or not professional golf’s increasingly melodramatic and dethroned king, Tiger Woods , will be competing in the US Open...

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  5. 2011 MLB Draft Results: The Next Generation Swings into the Bigs

    Unfortunately it has become all to common to consider our current age of baseball the "Steroid Era." But today MLB Commissioner Bud Selig initiated the 2011 MLB Draft , reading ...

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  6. NFL Draft Grades: How Your Team Will Fare in Round 1

    There is no denying that the Carolina Panthers need a strong-armed, reliable quarterback just as much as the New York Giants are desperate for an explosive offensive lineman...

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  7. 2011 NFL Draft Rumors: The Latest Whispers from Around the Web

    The fate of fervent football fans' favorite teams is within nearly 24 hours of being revealed. From coast to coast and stadium to stadium, the NFL draft triggers a mind- and body-consuming suspense...

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  8. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Exclusive First-Round Predictions and Analysis

    Between Cam Newton's dazzling right arm, Patrick Peterson's jaw-dropping burst speed, and Von Miller's unrivaled versatility—the coaches at Texas A&M created a position ...

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  9. Masters 2011 Coverage: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Live Updates

    The 2011 Masters in Augusta, Georgia, is underway with young-gun Rory McIlroy atop the leaderboard and vying for his first major championship at the ripe age of 22...

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  10. NBA Playoff Predictions: Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Duos Everyone Wants To Avoid

    Whether it’s the classic intimidation of a big man and little man tandem, like the Shaquille O’Neal-Kobe Bryant storybook saga, or a pair of versatile, aggressive scorers, ...

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  11. Kobe Bryant: Reasons Why He, Not LeBron James, Is Still the Best NBA Player

    There are few things in sports greater than the rivalry created by two phenomenal players. Team rivalries make the leagues go round, but the fans love —even crave —a ...

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  12. Nick Watney Soars to Victory and 8 Essential Lessons We Learned at Doral

    Sunday at the World Golf Championship was like golf’s version of the NBA All-Star game, featuring the top 64 golfers in the Official World Golf Rankings who brought their talents to South Beach (or about eight miles south of it, in Doral)...

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  13. NBA Power Rankings: Derrick Rose and the 10 Best Floor Generals

    Did you know that John Stockton, the NBA’s all-time assist leader (15,806), averaged only 13 points per game for his career? Yet, like any exceptional point guard, he was involved in the majority of the scoring...

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  14. Tiger Woods Vs. Phil Mickelson and Golf's Top 10 Rivalries of All-Time

    Rivalry isn’t just about competing for the same objective—be it the Stanley Cup, the World Series or the Wimbledon trophy. It’s about lasting, definitive greatness between two tireless foes...

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  15. A Baddeley Needed Victory and 10 Things We Learned From The Northern Trust Open

    Amidst a sea of predictions and golf buzz, Aussie Aaron Baddeley stole the spotlight when he earned the victory at the Northern Trust Open last weekend at Riviera Country Club in Palisades, CA...

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  16. D.A. Points Prevails and 10 Things We Learned at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am

    This time last year, Paul Goydos, Bryce Molder and Alex Prugh absolutely loathed the 14 th hole at Pebble Beach after they all scored dreadful nines, effectively closing the door on their chances of winning the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am...

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  17. Tiger Woods: 5 Things He Must Do To Get Back on Top

    Whether or not Tiger Woods’ performance last week at Torrey Pines, which landed him a ghastly T44 finish, was an indication that 2011 will be another dreadful dose of mediocrity like last season remains to be seen...

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  18. PGA at Torrey Pines: 10 Players Not Named Tiger Woods Who Impressed

    Torrey Pines never fails to evoke that edge of your seat suspense. With a pesky lefty named Phil Mickelson just a shot off the lead at the Farmer's Insurance Open, it literally took ...

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  19. Ryder Cup 2012: Projecting the U.S. and European Teams

    After the 2010 Ryder Cup bout at Celtic Manor came down to a final, tournament-clinching putt that crowned the European's champions, the USA team will be out for blood when the Cup returns to US soil in 2012 at Medinah Country Club...

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  20. Bob Hope Classic: 10 Golfers Guaranteed To Be on the Leaderboard

    Between David Duval’s sizzling Sunday 59 in 1999, Phil Mickelson’s record 37 birdies in 2004, and the unbelievable eight hole in one’s carded in 2009, the Bob Hope Classic never ceases to astonish...

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  21. PGA 2011: 10 Players Who Impressed at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions

    3- The number of bogey’s Jonathan Byrd made over 72 holes en route to the first official victory of 2011 at the Kapalua Plantation Course in Maui...

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  22. Bill Walton: B/R "Throws It Down" With the Big Man

    Bill Walton is sitting on his undersized chair, sipping on a cup of sizzling miso soup and chatting about bold Guinness beer, legendary big men who "threw it down," the lessons he ...

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  23. PGA 2011: 11 Bold Predictions for Golf in the New Year

    A dethroned Tiger Woods will reassert his dominance with two major championship victories in 2011. The unlikely, unintimidating and unsuspecting Sean O'Hair will win multiple events in 2011...

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  24. Louis Oosthuizen: His Past, Performance, and Potential for the PGA Tour in 2011

    The burden of winning is the expectation that follows, and even haunts, the winner. However, after Louis Oosthuizen stormed through the British Open field at St...

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  25. Tiger Woods and Today's 10 Best Short-Game Geniuses

    The short game of golf is the most difficult, and most deadly, element of the game. Today's professionals can hit the ball a mile with their drivers, shape sky-high shots around oak ...

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