1. Rajon Rondo Heads List of 7 Unique NBA Players

    Forty-one, 18 and nine. Forty-four, eight and 10. Those are some of the stat lines put up in this year's 2012 NBA playoffs...

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  2. Tim Tebow: Bronco QB's Play Is Bigger Than One Sport

    Numbers do lie. In this age of sports, where acronyms like PER, OBP, and QBR take precedent over the eye test, this Tim Tebow story is a bit more than just a head scratcher or neck turner...

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  3. NBA Lockout, Brandon Jennings and Reminiscing

    It's a bad day in October when you have to be creative to get your basketball fix in. No training camps, no preseason games, no 12th man on the bench balling like he's Kobe for a week...

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  4. Why College Athletes Should Not Have Twitter

    Pessimistic or realistic? There are certain things that instincts tell you are dangerous. The unknown is simply too big to be plunged into headfirst...

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  5. Shaquille O'Neal: Why Shaq and the Boston Celtics Are a Great Match

    Don't let the detractors or skeptics fool you, Celtics fans. Shaq on the Celtics is a good thing. Earlier today, A...

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  6. King James: History Repeats Itself

    I once referred to Lebron James as the new Allen Iverson, but people were quick to dismiss the claim. They took the metaphor too literally, compared the 6'0", 160 lb, wiry frame of a mercurial guard to the unselfish manchild that is Lebron James...

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  7. Top five reasons the Celtics can beat the Cavaliers

    This is not a Rasheed Wallace playoff prediction or even a bold proclamation. These are just some reasons why the Boston Celtics can not only compete with the Cleveland Cavaliers but also beat them in their Eastern Conference Semi Finals match-up...

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  8. It's On You Tracy Mcgrady

    In an interview with Fox 26 Sports in Chicago last summer, Tracy Mcgrady was a bit boastful even by his standards. The 30 year-old from Bartow, Florida explained that his body felt better during his summer workouts then it had all last season...

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  9. Can The Hawks Get Some Love?

    They're the A-team, or atleast hail from the city whose essence can be captured can by one letter. Never the less, the Atlanta Hawks are being treated like D- list celebrities, like ...

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  10. ALL Marbury Ever Does Is Change The Game

    Whether you love or hate him, Stephon Marbury is an innovator at heart. He is the only player in NBA history whose goal was to drop dimes and assists in the same game...

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  11. Crisis In Chicago: The State of The Bulls

    Don't make the mistake of downgrading the Chicago Bulls decision to draft Derrick Rose. Don't think of him as a future all star, or an Olympic prospect. Don't let his blinding speed and athleticism, distort your vision...

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  12. LA's Finest: Two Point Gods With Something To Prove

    Gilbert Arenas and Baron Davis are arguably the two most unique point guards in basketball. They possess both size and strength, and an uncanny ability to finish at the rim while absorbing contact...

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  13. The Drive For Five: Duncan, Kobe, and Shaq Battle For Supremacy

    This is an attempt to put a finger on those accolades will eventually stick out like a sore thumb. The drive for five rings will take place next season as Tim Duncan, Shaquille O Neil and Kobe ...

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  14. AI: Why Do You Want to Be Like Mike, When You Can Be Like Manu

    It’s one of those bad jokes that has to make everyone inside the room face cringe and ears bleed.Recently, whenever an interviewer mentions Allen Iverson’s age, the aging all star ...

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  15. Breaking News Richard Jefferson Traded To The Spurs

    In his weekly ESPN chat, Chad Ford has reported that the San Antonio Spurs and Milwaukee Bucks have agreed in principle to a trade that would send Richard Jefferson to the Spurs in exchange for Kurt Thomas, Fabricio Oberto, and Bruce Bowen...

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  16. WNBA's Top 20 Players: No. 16 Alana Beard

    The competitive fire that burns through Alana Beard can only be cooled down by dawning the color blue. Therefore on draft day in 2004, the former Blue Devil was probably relieved when the Phoenix ...

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  17. Question: Kobe, Should We Forget The Journey

    I will never forget when Kobe Bryant hit rock bottom. It was perhaps the least graceful fall from the pedestal of stardom that sports had ever seen, at least before Michael Vick and slain dogs...

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  18. The Top 10 Reasons the Orlando Magic Should Blame Themselves

    Here are the top 10 reasons the Orlando Magic have no one to blame but themselves for being down 3-1 to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals: 10...

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  19. WNBA's Top 20 Players: No. 17 Janelle McCarville

    I know what you're thinking. A big girl that plays basketball getting dubbed the nickname Shaq is not exactly unpredictable. For Janelle McCarvile, however, the on-the-court alias was not simply inherited...

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  20. Carano and Cyborg Finally Have a Date

    It was inevitable. No longer looming like an unfulfilled obligation, fans of women's MMA will get exactly what they have been yearning for...

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  21. WNBA's Top 20 Players: No. 18 Ann Wauters

    It’s 7:40 a.m on a Saturday and I’m struggling to wake up. As my eyes admirably attempt to keep from closing, my fingers type in Russian, keying in a web address to view the three ...

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  22. WNBA's Top 20 Players: No. 19 Sylvia Fowles

    6’6". Raw. Athletic. A highlight waiting to happen.These are the type of words that cause cautious optimism in regards to basketball prospects...

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  23. WNBA's Top 20 Players: No. 20 Nicole Powell

    There are some athletes whose talents instantly make them iconic figures. There are others whose shortcomings make them the perfect target of a menacing media. And then there are athletes like the talented Nicole Powell...

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  24. Akano vs. Cyborg Aftermath

    Life really isn't fair. If you're Hitomi Akano, you know this all too well. The 34-year-old Akano, found herself trapped in a compromising situation even before the opening bell was rung in her Strikeforce debut on Saturday Night...

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  25. Is Flip Saunders Headed to Washington?

    Washington Times columnist Mike Jones is reporting that Flip Saunders will likely become the new head coach of the Washington Wizards next season...

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