1. NFL Playoffs 2011: The 25 Best Conference Championship Games of All Time

    The Catch. The Fumble. The Drive. The Ice Bowl. The Mud Bowl. The Freezer Bowl. These games and moments conjure agony and ecstasy in diehard football fans, and they all took place ...

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  2. Amar'e Stoudemire: Are His New York Knicks Stuck in Sixth-Place Limbo?

    New York City athletes have a fickle history with bold predictions. Joe Namath predicted a Super Bowl III victory. Mark Messier predicted a win over the Devils in Game 6 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals...

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  3. Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks: 6 Potential Starting Lineups Featuring 'Melo

    Carmelo Anthony trade rumors are beginning to be as nauseating and insufferable as the LeBron James "Decision" saga...

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  4. NFL Playoffs 2011: 50 Best Divisional Round Games of All Time

    Let's take a look back at the best games this weekend has offered, from Garo Yepremian's Christmas Day field goal to Shonn Greene putting the New England Patriots' season to bed with a late touchdown run yesterday...

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  5. New York Knicks: 10 Improvements Amar'e Stoudemire and Co. Need Before Playoffs

    The New York Knicks have fallen off the Big Apple sports radar with Father of the Year Antonio Cromartie telling the public how he really feels about Tom Brady, but following a challenging ...

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  6. NBA Rumors: Who Will Solve the New York Knicks' Center Woes?

    New York Knicks fans would have loved to see Marc Gasol face off against his brother Pau in the paint during the Knicks' 109-87 loss on Sunday night against the Lakers...

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  7. Wilson Chandler Shows All-Star Potential in New York Knicks' Big Win Over Spurs

    What should NBA fans take away most from the Knicks ' 128-115 win over the Spurs last night? A. Wilson Chandler posted a 31/9/4 stat line while going 13-for-19 from the field...

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  8. Michael Jordan and the New York Knicks' 20 Worst Enemies in NBA History

    I've been a Yankees/Knicks/Giants fan since 1995. If I was to make a list of my 10 favorite games in the last 15-plus years, some obvious submissions would be included, such as Super Bowl XLII or Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 4 years ago 4,421 reads 19 comments

  9. Monday Night Football, NBA on NBC and the 10 Best Sports Intro Theme Songs

    We don't watch sports for the theme songs that open the broadcasts, but they can either heighten or dampen our excitement for the game. Case in point, Faith Hill's rendition of the Sunday Night Football theme...

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  10. NBA Rumors: Top 10 Teams That Should Hire Larry Brown As a Coach

    Connie Mack managed the Philadelphia Athletics for 50 seasons. Consider Larry Brown his polar opposite. Brown has made 13 coaching stops in his 38-year coaching career, going full ...

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  11. New York Knicks: Their 5 Most Memorable Christmas Day Games in NBA History

    The Knicks' Christmas Day matchup against the Bulls is most notably a game between two young Eastern Conference teams on the rise, but it also reignites a fantastic Christmas Day rivalry during the Jordan-Ewing era...

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  12. Amar'e Stoudemire and the 10 Best Single Seasons in New York Knicks History

    Amar'e Stoudemire posted 23 points and seven boards to lead the New York Knicks over the Oklahoma City Thunder, 112-98 last night, perhaps wooing some Knicks fans back on the bandwagon following a sloppy weekend loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 4 years ago 1,610 reads 4 comments

  13. Carmelo Anthony and Why the New York Knicks Have No Choice but To Wait

    Let's play a simple game. Which starting lineup is the best? 1. Ray Felton, Landry Fields, Wilson Chandler, Danilo Gallinari, Amar'e Stoudemire: Sixth Man: Toney Douglas. 2...

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  14. Amar'e Stoudemire: Where Does the New York Knicks Star Rank in the NBA MVP Race?

    Willis Reed won the NBA MVP Award in 1970 en route to becoming eternally remembered for hobbling onto the Madison Square Garden court and playing part of Game 7 of the NBA Finals on one leg...

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  15. LeBron James: Why He Would Have Fit Better on New York Knicks, Not Miami Heat

    "In this fall, this is very tough, in this fall I'm going to take my talents to Manhattan Beach and join the New York Knicks.....

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  16. Landry Fields and 5 Secrets to the New York Knicks' Recent Success

    The New York Knicks are currently 10-9 and in second place in the Atlantic Division. The last time the Knicks had that record was during the 2001-02 season, when balding and beloved ...

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  17. Mike D'Antoni Band-Aids New York Knicks' Center Problem by Starting Ronny Turiaf

    Allow me to invoke my inner Rick Pitino here to convey the Knicks ' tenuous center dilemma at the moment. Willis Reed is not walking through that door. Patrick Ewing is not walking through that door...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 4 years ago 2,438 reads 11 comments

  18. Cam Newton, Brett Favre and This Year's 10 Most Beaten-to-Death Sports Stories

    Sometimes, I wish I lived in an earlier time period. A time where I could watch sports news and not see the same stories hammered over my head until I am left crying for mercy...

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  19. New York Knicks' Three-Point Dependence Will Deter Path to Playoff Success

    New York 's sloppy 106-96 loss on Sunday to the Philadelphia 76ers , sans Andre Iguodala, was a sobering reminder that the team is still mired in mediocrity...

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  20. Toney Douglas Leads New York Knicks Three-Point Barrage over Chicago Bulls

    Even though New York Knicks backup combo guard Toney Douglas scored a career-high 30 points on 9-of-14 shooting (5-of-9 from beyond the arc) in 31 minutes last night, he apparently ...

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  21. New York Knicks: 10 Important Statistics and Trends After Three Games

    This season, the Knicks will not win their first NBA title since 1973, when Richard Nixon ruled America and Tony Orlando ruled the airwaves...

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  22. New York Knicks-Orlando Magic Game Tonight Postponed

    Tonight's game between the Orlando Magic and New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden has been postponed, according to Knicks sources. The official press release can be found here on the Knicks' website and is partially excerpted below...

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  23. Bud Selig and the MLB Playoffs: Breaking Down Future Wild Card Expansion

    On April 20, 1986, Michael Jordan nonchalantly scored 63 points against the Boston Celtics in Game 2 of the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs...

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  24. NFL 18-Game Schedule: Examining Scheduling and Bye Week Logistics

    The introduction of two more games to the NFL regular season seems inevitable starting in 2012. Whether that's a good idea is certainly up for debate, but what also can be argued are the logistics of two extra games...

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  25. Sleeping Giant: Why Steve Smith Is the NFL's Most Underrated Player

    Some moments in sports history have a peculiar habit of falling into an entrapping black hole that escapes memory and time. Take Super Bowl XLII as a concrete example...

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