1. Los Angeles Lakers: Why Mike D'Antoni Is an Ideal Fit

    Many fans are undoubtedly disappointed that Phil Jackson won’t be coaching the Los Angeles Lakers this season, after Mike Brown's recent departure. After all, there’s no arguing with 11 rings...

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  2. New England Patriots: Why the Team Is Ready for Another Super Bowl Run

    This is the most offensively-balanced Patriots team we’ ve ever seen. The team currently ranks first in the NFL averaging just under 440 total yards per game...

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  3. New England Patriots: Why They Are the Clear Favorites to Win the AFC

    The New England Patriots , a team that was narrowly defeated by the New York Giants in last year’s Super Bowl, refused to stand pat this offseason. Instead, the team reloaded and improved themselves on both sides of the ball...

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  4. Fantasy Football 2012: Ranking the Best Quarterback-Wide Receiver Combinations

    Football season is right around the corner. Even more importantly, fantasy football season is coming right along with it...

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  5. Boston Celtics: 3 Bold Offseason Moves C's Must Make

    The Boston Celtics came within one game of improbably making their third championship appearance in the last five years. Instead, the Celtics lost to the heavily-favored Miami Heat in seven games...

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  6. MLB Trade Rumors: 3 Big Name Players Who Will Be Traded

    The MLB trade deadline is annually filled with star-studded and often controversial deals. Though many expect this year to have less excitement than usual, there’s still a great chance that big name players will be moved...

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  7. Tiger Woods: Why Tiger's Struggles Will Continue on Last Day at Olympic

    We all thought that Tiger Woods was back. He was tied for the lead at the U.S. Open after two rounds, and golf fans had finally gotten back their savior. What a difference a day can make...

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  8. US Open Golf Scores 2012: Golfers Who Will Charge Up Leaderboard on Final Day

    Just two players sit under par through three days at the U.S. Open. Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk are tied atop the leaderboard at one under par...

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  9. 2013 MLB Free Agency: Every Team's Odds of Signing Josh Hamilton

    By all accounts, Josh Hamilton has been the best player in Major League Baseball this season. The slugger is currently sporting a .339 batting average and leads the league in home runs, runs batted in and slugging percentage...

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  10. Why New England Patriots' Super Bowl Hopes Are Realistic in 2012

    It’s always tough to bounce back from a devastating defeat. But that’s exactly what the New England Patriots will be trying to do this season after suffering a slim 21-17 Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants ...

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  11. 2012 NBA Draft: Why Fab Melo Is the Perfect Player for Miami Heat

    The NBA draft is right around the corner. All teams, even the two that are still alive, have been tirelessly preparing themselves for this major event that is now under three weeks away...

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  12. Greece vs. Czech Republic: Date, Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and Preview

    The Euros are in full swing. There have already been a fair share of thrilling matchups, and Tuesday’s contest between Greece and the Czech Republic should be no different...

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  13. NBA Playoffs 2012: Celtics Lead Series Because Team Steps Up in Big Moments

    No one saw this coming. If you did, you’re either a Celtics player or you’re just lying. Let’s go back to the beginning of the series...

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  14. Boston Red Sox: 3 Realistic Moves to Fix Early Season Mess

    The Boston Red Sox carried last year’s horrendous momentum into the first month of 2012. The team was struggling for the most part due to their pitching and untimely hitting, and new manager Bobby Valentine was receiving most of the blame...

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  15. Tom Brady Will Make New Patriots WR Brandon Lloyd a Pro Bowler in 2012

    The aerial attack of the New England Patriots was among the league’s best last season. The Patriots had three receivers gain over 900 yards, and quarterback Tom Brady ranked second in the league and NFL history with his 5,235 passing yards...

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  16. Boston Celtics: Win or Lose, Their Journey This Season Has Been Amazing to Watch

    It was all suppose to be over two years ago. The Celtics were coming off a finals defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Lakers and no one would argue the fact that their last shot at an NBA title was gone then and there...

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  17. Celtics vs. Heat: 5 Reasons Boston Finally Gets a Win in Miami

    Most people thought the old, decrepit Boston Celtics were done after falling two games behind the explosive, star-studded Miami Heat . After losing Game 2 in devastating fashion, the Celtics seemed destined to fade into the sunset...

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  18. French Open 2012: 3 Bold Predicitons for Remainder of Tourney

    The French Open is always full of upsets. There’s always an underdog who makes a deep run into the tournament that no one expected. This year, we’ve already had a few matches that were shocking, to say the least...

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  19. NBA Playoffs 2012: Why Boston Celtics Will Come Back Against Miami

    How would the aging Boston Celtics , seemingly on their last legs, respond after exuding every ounce of energy they had in a demoralizing overtime defeat? Many thought their last ...

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  20. NBA Playoffs 2012: Did One-Sided Officiating Cost the Celtics a Game 2 Victory?

    Four technical fouls were called against the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Finals series with the Miami Heat , but the officials were not responsible for their defeat...

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  21. Public Enemy No. 1: Luke Scott and 7 Sports Figures Who Are Villains in Boston

    The city of Boston has a rich sports history filled with championship glory and immortal athletes. When a city has so much history, it’s only logical that villains from different franchises will be formed...

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  22. New York Jets: 5 Signs the Team Is Moving in the Wrong Direction

    The New York Jets had a very disappointing 2011-2012 season. After making back-to-back AFC championship games the team stumbled to an 8-8 record and missed the postseason entirely...

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  23. Boston Celtics: 5 Reasons Kevin Garnett Is the Most Important Veteran to Keep

    Kevin Garnett has been the Celtics' most consistent star during their run to the Eastern Conference Finals. At 36 years old, Garnett has showed no signs of slowing down...

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  24. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Garnett and Rondo Need to Be Dominant for C's to Beat Heat

    The Boston Celtics let the Philadelphia 76ers hang around for far too long. They should have been able to handle Philadelphia in five games, but in the end they're moving on to face the definitive favorite Miami Heat ...

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  25. Allen Iverson's Return to Philadelphia Was Bittersweet

    He was a warrior. Respected by his peers and admired by his many fans. Every game was played like his last. His love and passion for the game of basketball was unparalleled...

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