1. 2011 WNBA All- Star Game: The Western Conference's Roster and Why They'll Win

    The 2011 WNBA All-Star game is full of history. From the location of the game—San Antonio will be hosting it for the first time—to the college, championships and coach familiarity between the starters of the West...

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  2. San Antonio Spurs: Ranking Their Most Important Players for the Future

    It looks like we're in for the long haul with the lockout…and with that, there are no off-season practices or injuries to write about. Don’t kick and scream just yet though, there is good news...

    Denise Charles Written by Denise Charles about almost 3 years ago 2,910 reads 5 comments

  3. NBA Playoffs 2011: Chicago Bulls Have What It Takes to Win Game Four and Series

    Actor Jeremy Piven said it best on Twitter after the Chicago Bulls lost to the Miami Heat in Game 3: “Why abandon what got you to the dance? Bulls looked sluggish and didn't get after it, will regroup...

    Denise Charles Written by Denise Charles about 3 years ago 445 reads 16 comments

  4. NBA Playoffs 2011: Problems OKC Thunder Faced in Game 1 Against Dallas Mavericks

    After being up by nine points some time in the first half of the first game against the Dallas Mavericks , something went horribly wrong for the Oklahoma City Thunder ...

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  5. NBA Playoffs 2011: Dallas Mavericks/OKC Thunder Position-by-Position Breakdown

    For the Oklahoma City Thunder, regardless of where they end up at the end of this series, one thing is definite: they made history...

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  6. NBA Playoffs 2011: 3 Reasons Dallas Mavericks Are Team to Beat

    We all witnessed it and were shocked at how the Los Angeles Lakers decided to go down in Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals. What the media has failed to focus on is the amazing show and talent the Dallas Mavericks bench contains...

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  7. NBA Playoffs 2011: San Antonio Spurs Biggest Postseason Obstacles

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, for basketball fanatics—the playoffs have finally arrived. This is the 14th straight season the Spurs are in the playoffs, the longest active streak in the NBA ...

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  8. San Antonio Spurs: Do They Have What It Takes for the Playoffs and Dallas Mavs?

    The San Antonio Spurs have had their ups and downs on the court. Similarly, they have had their ups and downs with rumors and beliefs by viewers and commentators...

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  9. San Antonio Spurs: Despite Surge, LA Lakers Still No Match for Spurs

    The San Antonio Spurs have had the best NBA regular season record all season. After a demolishing of the Miami Heat this past Friday, they quickly had their bubble burst ...

    Denise Charles Written by Denise Charles about over 3 years ago 2,005 reads 39 comments

  10. San Antonio Spurs: 10 Trap Games Remaining on Schedule, Including Miami Heat

    The San Antonio Spurs are still currently the best in the West. More importantly, and impressively, they have the best record in the entire league (49-11)...

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  11. San Antonio Spurs: Dallas Mavericks are a Bigger Threat in West Than L.A. Lakers

    For weeks, perhaps months, many have speculated over the Spurs (46-9) and their superb season, thus far...

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  12. San Antonio Spurs: Is It the Beginning of the End for Forward Tim Duncan?

    Tim Duncan, a player whose name has been thrown around more often then usual this season and, in some cases, it's for reasons other than his talent on the court...

    Denise Charles Written by Denise Charles about over 3 years ago 1,171 reads 2 comments

  13. San Antonio Spurs: Would Home Court Advantage Make Them Favorites in the West?

    It’s safe to say that the San Antonio Spurs are playing their best this season. With a current record of 41-8, they are the only team with less than ten losses...

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  14. San Antonio Spurs: Reasons Tony Parker and Starters Shouldn't Rest

    The San Antonio Spurs (40-7) are currently the winningest team in the NBA. As it turns out, their biggest threats in the West, the Dallas Mavericks (31-15) and Los Angeles Lakers (33-14), have at least twice as many losses as the Spurs...

    Denise Charles Written by Denise Charles about over 3 years ago 1,294 reads 11 comments

  15. NBA All-Star Event: Matt Bonner Might Be Robbed of 3-Point Shootout Again

    The NBA All-Star Three-Point Shootout is a unique and prestigious event in which the top three-point shooters are chosen by the league...

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  16. 2011 NBA All-Star Game: Tony Parker, Fellow Spurs Won't Make Roster as Starters

    In about two weeks on January 27th, the starters for the 2011 NBA All-Star Game will be announced live on TNT. The San Antonio Spurs (30-6) have three of their five starters nominated for the starting lineup of the NBA All-Star Game...

    Denise Charles Written by Denise Charles about over 3 years ago 5,031 reads 10 comments

  17. San Antonio Spurs: Reasons They'll Demolish Los Angeles Lakers' 3-Peat Chances

    Despite their record of 29-4—the NBA ’s best at this point—the Spurs ’ talent and record are constantly being challenged...

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  18. San Antonio Spurs: Ten Teams They Must Conquer For Championship Chances

    With the most wins in the league, the San Antonio Spurs are looking like a much bigger threat. At the beginning of the season, after their 11 straight wins, many were claiming that the Spurs had not faced a big team yet...

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  19. Tim Duncan: 7 Reasons Why He's a Major Force in Helping Spurs to Playoffs

    For the last two games, San Antonio Spurs' center Tim Duncan has played for a shocking total of less than 20 minutes per game...

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  20. San Antonio Spurs: Despite Tony Parker Scandal, They Are a Championship Threat

    The San Antonio Spurs have been the buzz on networks like ESPN and TMZ. Moreso, they’ve been one of the most googled items for the past week...

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  21. Cam Newton: Why He Deserves the Heisman and a Chance at the 2010 Championship

    Earlier today, the new head of college sports said investigations such as that of Auburn quarterback, Cam Newton, should be done as quickly as possible -- as long as the NCAA gets the facts correct...

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  22. College Football Week 12 Picks: LSU Tigers Expected To Crack Under Pressure

    From the Big 12’s upsetting seasons and the curse of being ranked No. 1—for schools like Alabama, Ohio State and Oklahoma—we’ve experienced some of the biggest upsets...

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  23. 2010 Heisman Trophy Race: Top 5 Contenders Have Been Consistent From Start

    With the season nearing the end, the contenders for the Heisman candidacy are looking about as solid as ever. Five guys have consistently impressed from the get go, from individual stats to team victories...

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  24. Houston Texans: How Can Matt Schaub and Co. Make the Playoffs?

    After a shockingly impressive start, the Houston Texans have fallen into a slump, arising the question: Are they too far down to get back up? They, along with the Houston Astros ...

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  25. Miami Dolphins Shake Off Injuries To Chad Pennington and Chad Henne To Win

    After a strange day of injuries, the Miami Dolphins beat the Tennessee Titans, 24-17, for their first home win of the season and a 5-4 record...

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