1. NBA Draft 2012: 6 Rookies Who Won't Live Up to Expectations

    While many NBA draft prospects players are highly touted as being sure-fire prospects (Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist), others have numerous question marks surrounding them...

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  2. 2012 NBA Finals: How Miami Heat Can Close out the Series

    The Miami Heat , at this point, are the guys that nobody wants to see win the NBA Finals. The Thunder are the golden boys of the NBA, Kevin Durant is the anti-LeBron, and Oklahoma ...

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  3. Grading the Worst Outfits of the 2012 NBA Playoffs

    Is it just me, or are we in the middle of a hipster craze? At this point, it seems like the NBA and its players are trying to set some fashion standard for all of those impressionable youth out there...

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  4. US Open Odds 2012: Analyzing Most Underrated Golfers

    This weekend marks the 112th Annual US Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. A number of world-class golfers, including the likes of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson , will be showing up to claim a much-wanted victory on the course...

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  5. Spain Euro 12: Fernando Torres and Players Most Important to Spain's Chances

    Spain is the reigning champion of Europe and should be considered heavy favorites for the title this year, even without Spanish star David Villa...

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  6. New Orleans Saints: Predicting the 2-Deep Depth Chart for 2012

    The New Orleans Saints , by all accounts, have had a tumultuous offseason with the signing of Drew Brees , suspensions and overall "Bountygate" scandal...

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  7. Utah Jazz: Power Ranking Young Jazz Potential

    At this point, it's no secret that the Utah Jazz are stockpiled with a plethora of young players that could one day lead the Salt Lake team to numerous championships. Every single one of them seems to have tremendous upside...

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  8. Skip Bayless' 10 Worst Basketball Arguments from the Past Few Years

    Is it just me or has Skip Bayless been at the forefront of NBA news more often this year than he has been in the past? I don't think it's just me...

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  9. Victoria Azarenka: How Star Is Rebounding from 2012 French Open Loss

    Victoria Azarenka , who was No. 1 in the world as of June 4, unfortunately fell out of the French Open early with a loss to 15th-seeded Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia...

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  10. Belmont Stakes 2012 Odds: Everything You Need to Know to Win

    Most sports fan should be watching this weekend, as I'll Have Another could make history this Saturday at the 144th Belmont Stakes. Horse racing hasn't seen a Triple Crown Winner since Affirmed (a beautiful chestnut colt) won it 34 years ago in 1978...

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  11. 2012 NBA Draft: College Studs Who Will Fall out of the Draft Lottery

    The 2012 NBA Draft will be filled with surprises, busts, stars and everything else that comes each year at draft time. Stars will be drafted alongside busts. It happens every year...

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  12. NBA Draft 2012: New York Knicks' Biggest Needs

    The New York Knicks , by all accounts, had a very interesting 2011-2012 season. First, there was the Jeremy Lin saga. Then, of course, they lost most of the team to injury. Mike D'Antoni was fired...

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  13. Philadelphia 76ers: 3 Steps Team Must Take to Build on 2011-12

    Calling the Philadelphia 76ers ' 2011-2012 NBA season a success would be an understatement. After barely sneaking into the playoffs, Doug Collins' young squad almost found themselves ...

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  14. NBA Rumors: Interested Teams That Should Stay Away from Dwight Howard

    Even though Otis Smith and Stan Van Gundy have both been ousted from the Orlando Magic in favor of whiny superstar Dwight Howard , it seems the NBA 's top center still wants out of Orlando, as reported by Chris Sheridan of SheridanHoops...

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  15. Which NBA Star Would Win a 25-Man Every-Man-for-Himself Brawl?

    This year's playoffs have certainly given us a fair share of dirty play and a few suspensions. Obviously, the playoffs are a time when the emotions and pressure are overwhelming at times...

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  16. An Idiot's Guide to Beating Every Remaining NBA Playoff Team

    As of tonight, we currently have six remaining playoffs teams: the Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Indiana Pacers, Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers and the San Antonio Spurs. Obviously, each of those teams is doing something right...

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  17. Utah Jazz: Could the Utah Jazz Convince Steve Nash to Come to Salt Lake City?

    Now that the Utah Jazz are out of the playoffs, the world has stopped talking about them. Of course, for Utah fans, this isn't anything surprising. We've gotten used to the fact that the world doesn't talk about them much when their winning either...

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  18. Power Ranking the Biggest Surprise Stars of the 2012 NBA Playoffs

    My, oh my, are we amid an entertaining NBA postseason or what? Easily better than last year's playoffs, 2012 is shaping up to be a great year in sports. So far we've seen underdogs, injuries, up-and-comers and plenty of intense playoff basketball...

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  19. Most Awkward NBA Press Conferences in Recent Memory

    Unfortunately, press conferences are just a part of life for NBA players. They are something that is required and most would probably rather not do them if they could avoid them...

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  20. Houston Rockets: Why Less Change Is the Best Change

    Although the Houston Rockets weren't able to claw their way into this playoffs, this season should be considered a success for the young team. In Kevin McHale's first year as head coach of the squad, he was able to lead them to 34-32 record...

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  21. Utah Jazz: Positions They Must Shore Up This Offseason

    Ask any Utah Jazz fan and you will find the vast majority of them are incredibly proud of the steps this young team took this past year...

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  22. 2012 NBA Playoffs: For the Utah Jazz, Who Is the X-Factor?

    There was one thing apparent during San Antonio's rout of the Jazz on Sunday afternoon: San Antonio understands the playoffs. Utah just isn't there yet...

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  23. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Full Grades for Utah After Their Game 1 Loss to San Antonio

    Oh Utah . Welcome to the playoffs! After a game one loss to the playoff-savvy San Antonio Spurs , Utah looked exactly how an eighth seed is expected to look. They were overmatched, wide-eyed, and unable to ever pull close enough to win this game...

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  24. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Grades for Boston After Their Game 1 Loss to Atlanta

    With Game 1 under their belts, the Boston Celtics didn't look much like former NBA champions. They were over-matched in every way by the Atlanta Hawks ...

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  25. Utah Jazz: Awards for the NBA 2011-2012 Regular Season

    As a Jazz fan, I'm officially ecstatic that the Jazz will be appearing in the playoffs this year. Sure, we may have lost two lottery picks because of our run to the postseason, but I'd rather have playoff experience any day of the week...

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