1. Milwaukee: From the Algonquin Word "Millioke"—Meaning "Mediocre Basketball"

    In 2005 Comedy Central decided to roast Pamela Anderson. One of the comedians up on the dais was Jeff Ross, the self-proclaimed "Roastmaster General". Ross is known for his vicious barbs and this particular roast was no exception...

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  2. Five Basketball Websites You Can't Live Without

    Every morning I wake up and go through the exact same routine. The coffee maker is set for 7:25 am. As the coffee drips into the pot, I roll out of bed and pop open my laptop...

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  3. Will Wade Stay Or Go? Clock Starts For Heat, Riley

    Pat Riley's officially on the clock. I'm not talking about the Heat's pick in next year's draft. I'm referring to the Dwyane Wade clock. Riley's got two years to convince Wade that this team is worth sticking around for...

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  4. Hometown Buffet

    What is it about college sports that makes them so much more exciting than their professional counterparts? When Dr. Jerry Buss purchased the Los Angeles Lakers he decided to bring in cheerleaders ...

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  5. The Crystal Ball: Month-by-Month Predictions for the Sports World 2008, Part II (July-December)

    The article is the second part of my predictions for 2008. If you missed part I you can view it here: July NFL training camps open. Mike Dragosavich, a punter from North Dakota State, is the only draft pick not holding out...

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  6. The Crystal Ball: Month-by-Month Predictions for the Sports World 2008, Part I (January-June)

    I broke out the crystal ball to see what’s in store for 2008. I’m just the messenger so don’t be mad if you don’t like what you see...

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  7. Baseball's Black Player: The Newest Endangered Species

    This past April, Major League Baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson Day. The idea was to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Robinson's major league debut. It was just the latest occasion used to honor Robinson...

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  8. The Los Angeles Lakers Are Cruising While the Miami Heat Are Losing

    The NBA season is less than two months old and already some strange and unpredictable things have happened...

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  9. 2007—The Year of (Semi) Justice and Mistrust

    2007 wasn't one of those amazing sports years like, say, 1991.That was the year when the United States fought the first Gulf War. The Super Bowl thus took on extra significance because of it...

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