1. 2010 World Cup: Germany Demolishes England, Proves Favoritism

    No one has earned the right to be called favorites more than Germany. Germany is more than just a group of players. It's a system. It's not a star player, or lucky break. It's a system in which the parts are interchangeable...

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  2. Miami Dolphins Recieve Late Apology From Nick Saban

    Now that taking Alabama to a National Championship has once again put Nick Saban on the radar of the NFL, the former Dolphins coach has finally addressed the sour end to his first tenure in the league...

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  3. 2010 NBA Draft: Dwyane Wade's Decision Will Depend on Draft

    The Miami Heat had pressure on them going into last night's draft. They needed to send a clear message to their star player, Dwyane Wade, that he had a reason to stay in South Florida...

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  4. 2010 Wimbledon: Andy Roddick Leads American Men

    An American hasn't won a Grand Slam since 2003, when Andy Roddick won the US Open. Since then, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have taken over men's tennis, as Roddick has been the only American to try to hang in the top 10...

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  5. 2010 Wimbledon: Justine Henin Seeks Career Grand Slam

    It's the year of the Belgians. Or it should have been. After Kim Clijsters made a grand return to tennis by winning the US Open, and Justine Henin announced her return to tennis, everyone ...

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  6. Miami Dolphins Strengthen Linebacker Position

    After the bitter break up between Joey Porter and the Miami Dolphins, Miami decided to work on the core of the linebacker position...

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  7. World Cup 2010 Results: South American Dominance

    Including the whooping 4-1 beating by Argentian of South Korea and Uruguay's devastating 3-0 beating of host South Africa, South American countries in the World Cup are still undefeated in the seven games they've played...

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  8. Dwyane Wade Wants to Stay With The Heat

    Dwyane Wade is searching for a teammate, not a team. In a recent interview with J.A Adande, Wade stated that foremost, he was looking for the best player to bring to Miami. Wade also made it perfectly clear that he wants to stay in Miami next season...

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  9. Portugal vs. Ivory Coast World Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo Fails to Dazzle

    The scoring woes continue for Portugal and Cristiano Ronaldo. In yet another scoreless affair for this World Cup, Portugal tied 0-0 with a strong Ivory Coast team. It's been more than a year since Ronaldo has scored for the national side...

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  10. World Cup 2010: Brazil vs. North Korea Five Things to Watch

    Brazil, always favorites to win, finally takes the field against North Korea at 2:30. The whole world will be watching to see what the South American team can do tonight in South Africa in their much hyped debut...

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  11. NBA Finals 2010: Five Boston Celtics and LA Lakers That Need To Step Up

    In order for either team to be able to get a championship, they're going to need a group effort. This doesn't only mean starters and bench-players contributing, but also fans and coaches ...

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  12. NBA Finals 2010: The Boston Celtics End This Tonight

    Kobe Bryant gained his MVP finals trophy last night, and it was not enough to inspire his team to victory. Without a doubt, Kobe will have another assasin like performance when the series moves back to LA tonight...

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  13. World Cup 2010: Goalkeepers Get the Spotlight

    The keepers of the guard are becoming the keepers of destiny during the World Cup. This low scoring World Cup has been defined more by superb or horrible play by the lone man in front of the goal...

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  14. Dwyane Wade's Legal Troubles Explained

    Now that Dwyane Wade has decided not to attend the World Championships in large part due to his pending divorce trial, we take a close look at the off-the-field troubles the Heat star has faced and is still facing...

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  15. Brandon Marshall Practices with Miami Dolphins after Hip Surgery

    Troubled Dolphins fans saw the usual awful foreshadowing of next season when Brandon Marshall was advised by doctors to have offseason surgery on his hip...

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  16. Danica Patrick Takes Second In Texas, Silences Critics for Now

    There was no booing coming from the stands in Texas when Danica Patrick exited her car. In one of the most complete races of her career, Patrick came just short of earning her second ...

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  17. World Cup 2010: Andrea Pirlo Injury Casts Doubts over Italia

    Italy's already aging squad, the oldest in the tournament, now faces a greater challenge to their World Cup run after midfielder Andrea Pirlo suffered a calf injury in a friendly against Mexico...

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  18. World Cup 2010 Predictions: Spain and Portugal Face Early Tests

    The Iberian Peninsula is on the radars of soccer fans across the world. Today both Iberian teams—Spain and Portugal—face tests that will attempt to show the world exactly what they’re bringing to the table for the 2010 Cup...

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  19. FIFA World Cup 2010: South Africa Seeks Miraculous Run

    The pressure is great on the Bafana Bafana South African squad come Friday, when they inaugurate the 2010 World Cup against Mexico...

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  20. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Ivory Coast and Ghana Suffer Crucial Injuries

    South Africa 2010 was meant to be Africa's coming out party. As the official song for the cup states, “This Time for Africa”. However, slowly the strongest African contenders are losing steam before the tournament even begins...

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  21. Dwyane Wade Settles Lawsuit With Miami Business Partners

    Aside from his bitter divorce case, Dwyane Wade dealt with an ongoing trial against two of his business partners in Miami. Yesterday, Wade settled a case against two business partners seeking $25 million for a restaurant chain that never got started...

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  22. Miami Dolphins Problems at Free Safety

    The Dolphins knew they had to get a strong defensive line during the off-season and they made sure to do so during the draft, when they acquired defensive tackle Jared Odrick (Penn State) in the first round...

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  23. Indy 500: Five Reasons Average Americans Watch the Race

    Once a year Americans migrate to the Midwest to see the climax of the Indy Car season. There's hardly any mention of Indy Car outside of the race except for the build up and post coverage...

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  24. Dwyane Wade To Talk With LeBron James, Joe Johnson About Free Agency

    As the one of the biggest off-seasons in NBA history approaches, the summer's key players seem willing to collude amongst themselves to get what they want. The NBA pendulum has swung towards the players...

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  25. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Mexican Team Hits the Big League

    It’s always hard to judge the United States and Mexico teams coming out of CONCACAF. Stemming from such a light division, it’s hard to see just how true their dominance on the field will be when playing against true football powerhouses...

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