1. NBA: Why Doug Collins and P.J. Carlesimo Won't Be Back Next Season

    Every year teams underperform based on the fans’ and ownership's expectations. Often the easiest change to make is at the head coaching position...

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  2. Hottest and Coldest Starts in Major League Baseball

    Baseball is back, and we have a few series in the books. Every year there seems to be some stars that struggle early in the season—like Albert Pujols last year...

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  3. Phillies Need Strong Start from Kyle Kendrick with Halladay's Struggles

    The Philadelphia Phillies haven’t had the strong start to the season they had hoped, and starting pitching has been a big part of the reason...

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  4. McDonald's All-American Game: Stars Who Will Have Immediate Impact in College

    It’s always exciting each year to watch the next crop of college stars on the same court at the same time, giving us a taste of what to expect next season...

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  5. Why Domonic Brown and Michael Young Are Keys to Phillies' Season

    There are a lot of questions surrounding the aging Philadelphia Phillies as we kick off the 2013 season, such as if their starting pitching can return to dominance and if they’ll be able to put runs on the board, unlike last season...

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  6. Impressions from Philadelphia Phillies' Opening Night

    The Philadelphia Phillies fell to the Atlanta Braves 7-5 in their first game of the 2013 season, but it wasn't all bad news. Cole Hamels and Chad Durbin struggled on the mound, Chase Utley brought life to the offense and newcomers made their debuts...

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  7. March Madness 2013: Players Who Need to Pick Up Their Games Fast

    Some of the top seeds in this year’s NCAA tournament haven’t faced a real tough test so far and were able to move on despite poor play from their stars...

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  8. Florida Gulf Coast vs Florida: Point Guards Will Determine the Winner

    Hailing from the Gators’ backyard, Florida Gulf Coast—this year’s Cinderella—has been the talk of the tournament, and its momentum and confidence has the nation highly anticipating this battle for the state of Florida...

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  9. NCAA Tournament 2013: Top 10 Point Guards Still Dancing

    The parity in college basketball this season has been due greatly in part to the lack of superstar talent. This may be true, but it doesn't mean that there aren't any super talented players, especially when looking at point guards...

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  10. March Madness 2013: Grading Each Conference's Performance So Far

    We’ve seen parity throughout college basketball all season, and the tournament is no different. Three double-digit seeds are in the Sweet 16, including No. 15 seed Florida Gulf Coast...

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  11. NFL Free Agents 2013: Who Needs to Take Big Risks in Open Market?

    Free agents are being signed left and right, but it is not even close to being over. It's been entertaining so far with seeing Wes Welker divorce the Patriots for Denver, the Jets ...

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  12. Duke Basketball: Bench Players Who Will Take Blue Devils Far in Tournament

    Duke, once again, has had an impressive season this year despite its lack of bench depth. The Blue Devils received the No. 2 seed in the Midwest region of the NCAA tournament by finishing 27-5, including 14-4 in the Atlantic Coast Conference...

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  13. March Madness 2013: Teams That Can Beat Gonzaga to a No. 1 Seed

    Barring any major upsets, it’s not hard to say that Indiana, Duke and Louisville deserve a No. 1 seed, but the question remains about Gonzaga...

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  14. March Madness 2013: Who Needs a Big Win on Friday?

    The conference tournaments are in full swing, and on Friday we start to see elite teams perform against each other. There are also the underdogs of the conferences who sit on the bubble playing for their tournament lives over the next few days...

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  15. Heat vs. History: Miami's Regular Season Compared to Legendary Teams

    The Miami Heat squeaked out a 98-94 win against Philadelphia , extending their streak to 20 straight victories. This streak has been so impressive due to their dominating play and it looks like no one can stop them...

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  16. March Madness 2013: Small Conference Teams Who Could Be This Year's Cinderella

    This year college basketball has seen an enormous amount of parity as we gear up for an exciting tournament. So many teams have a chance to walk away champions, including schools not from a power conference...

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  17. World Baseball Classic 2013: Winners and Losers from the First Round

    The first round is over. Big names went down (Mexico, Canada, Venezuela, Korea) and underdogs rose up (Netherlands, Italy). Powerhouses like the USA and the Dominican Republic looked impressive, as did Japan and Cuba...

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  18. Philadelphia 76ers vs. Miami Heat: Jrue Holiday Will End Miami's Streak

    There’s no debating it—the Miami Heat are the best team in basketball right now, and the Sixers—well, they’re one of the worst...

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  19. World Baseball Classic 2013: Grading the Performances of Notable MLB Players

    World Baseball Classic Groups A and B saw Cuba, Japan, Chinese Taipei and the Netherlands advance to the next round, leaving the defending runner-up, Korea, behind. Cuba moved on with ease, but surprisingly, without any players from MLB ...

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  20. Power Ranking the NBA's Deepest Benches

    Most of the top teams in the NBA have a superstar or two, but for success in the playoffs teams need a deep bench. Good benches give rest to the starters without disrupting the tempo of play...

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  21. 15 Top NBA Players Currently Hooping in California

    The legendary Los Angeles Lakers are struggling to make the playoffs, the Los Angeles Clippers have emerged from the gutter to become contenders, the Golden State Warriors are home ...

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  22. Heat vs. Hurricanes: Who's Having the More Impressive Season in Miami?

    Coming off an NBA Championship, MVP LeBron James and company had high hopes for the 2012-13 season and so far they've delivered. Surprisingly, they’re not the only group in Miami playing great basketball...

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  23. Real Madrid vs. Barcelona: La Blaugrana Need Win to Stop Bleeding

    After suffering an embarrassing loss to A.C. Milan in the Champions League, Barcelona limped into the Copa del Rey semifinals against Real Madrid with a bruised confidence...

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  24. World Baseball Classic 2013: Underdog Countries That Can Make a Run

    We got a taste of baseball with spring training, and now we have the World Baseball Classic to hold us over until Opening Day. The Classic presents the chance for players of 16 countries to represent their homeland on the global stage...

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  25. Cincinnati Bengals: 5 Players Who Can Address the Team's Needs

    The last few years, the Bengals have racked up draft picks and used them very wisely, with picks like Andy Dalton, A.J. Green and Jermaine Gresham paying off so far...

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