1. Can the New York Knicks Take the Miami Heat in a 7-Game Playoff Series?

    Last night's thrilling contest between the Knicks and Heat featured some of the intensity that took the NBA by storm in the mid-1990's. The game was physical, fueled by defense, and you could truly sense hatred beginning to boil over...

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  2. NFL Draft 2011: Why Cam Newton Is Not Worth a First-Round Pick

    Cam Newton had one of the more memorable college careers, so it's not surprising that this "icon" has had one of the more controversial combine sessions thus far...

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  3. NCAA College Basketball: Top 10 Players With the Most To Gain from March Madness

    As Selection Sunday rolls around, teams will wait nervously to hear their names called. A similar process will occur a few months later, as top players anxiously await hearing their names called at the NBA Draft...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 687 reads 1 comments

  4. NCAA Basketball Selection Sunday: Five Teams You Don't Want to Play in March

    Rodney Dangerfield coined the phrase "Can't get no respect," years ago during one of his many comedy sketches. The quote can apply to any number of teams trying to sneak into the 2011 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, where we know anything is possible...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 754 reads 3 comments

  5. NBA Trade Rumors: Can The Grizzlies Make the Playoffs Without Zach Randolph?

    With the trades of Carmelo Anthony and Deron Williams out of the Western Conference, the final playoff spots are officially wide open...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 572 reads 0 comments

  6. NFL Draft 2011: The New York Giants' Top Needs

    Despite a 10-6 season, the New York Giants found themselves out of the playoff mix for a second consecutive season...

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  7. Blake Griffin: Slam Dunk Champion, NBA All-Star, Franchise Savior?

    Blake Griffin has wowed the NBA with his supreme athleticism and thunderous slams. But behind all the glitz and glamour, the question that needs to be asked is: how good is Blake ...

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  8. College Basketball: 10 Teams Who Will Have to Sweat Out Selection Sunday

    As we hit late February, the key term to describe college basketball this season is "parity." No team has broken away from the pack, and few teams have really been able to take themselves off the bubble...

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  9. NBA Trade Deadline: Top 10 Point Guards On The Block

    That's right folks. Despite what the media has tried to tell you, there are actually OTHER players besides Carmelo Anthony who are on the trading block. This year, it seems the trend is with point guards...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 964 reads 1 comments

  10. Los Angeles Lakers Lose to Charlotte Bobcats: Ranking Their Worst Losses So Far

    The Los Angeles Lakers have won the last two NBA championships, and are a perennial power in the league. They have the game's best coach (Phil Jackson), the world's best player (Kobe Bryant), and one of the deepest line-ups in the league...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 280 reads 2 comments

  11. Albert Pujols Needs to Re-Sign with St. Louis Cardinals for the Good of MLB

    Albert Pujols is the most feared and respected hitter in all of baseball. Based on talent alone, he is one of the top 10 hitters of the past 50 years. He is the heart and soul of the St...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 241 reads 2 comments

  12. College Basketball March Madness 2011: The Most Disappointing Teams of 2011

    As we approach mid February, teams throughout college basketball are making last-ditch efforts to make one last push to get off the bubble and into the NCAA Tournament...

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  13. College Football 2011: 10 Teams Capable of Dethroning the SEC in 2011

    The SEC has dominated the college football scene for years now. Whether it be Florida, Alabama, Auburn, LSU....well, you get the picture. But with a new year comes a new chance to dethrone the SEC as college football's best conference...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 2,094 reads 8 comments

  14. NFL Draft 2011: 10 Prospects Most Like Super Bowl Performers

    Sunday night saw the Green Bay Packers win their first Super Bowl since 1997, and bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Titletown. But it also may be the last glimpse we see of Roger Goodell on a podium any time soon...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 524 reads 0 comments

  15. Super Bowl XLV: Aaron Rodgers and the Games Top Performers

    Aaron Rodgers is bringing home the MVP hardware, but last night's Super Bowl victory for the Green Bay Packers was a team effort. And while the Steelers fell short, they still saw some of their players set up big-time...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  16. Super Bowl 2011: Ozzy, Eminem, Bieber and the Top 10 Commercials

    Most people watch the Super Bowl for the game. Others watch it because it is now an accepted social responsibility of being an American. And then there are the groups that watch for what happens during the stoppages of the gameā€”the commercials...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 365 reads 0 comments

  17. DeSean Jackson and Philadelphia Eagles Stand Up for Bully Victim

    I hate the Philadelphia Eagles, and that's probably an understatement. As a Giants fan, I'm haunted by our epic collapse at the end of the season, irked by the constant taunting ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 1,494 reads 6 comments

  18. Steve Nash, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and the 35 Smartest Athletes of All Time

    Athletes are typically stereotyped as "meatheads." While the media loves to report on the countless academic violations from student athletes, there are still tons of very bright athletes in professional sports...

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  19. Carmelo Anthony, Steve Nash, Andre Iguodala and Others On The NBA Trading Block

    With January now over, NBA trade rumors have begun to heat up. With the All-Star game and trade deadline fast approaching, teams are trying to make decisions on if it's worth to make ...

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  20. National Signing Day 2011: Miami Coach Al Golden Making Up for Lost Time

    The last two months have seen The U go through a lot of change. They dismissed most of their coaching staff, were blown away in the Sun Bowl by Notre Dame, and now lose their top ...

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  21. Super Bowl 2011: The 10 Biggest Obstacles Green Bay Has Overcome

    All season it seemed as if Green Bay had to fight an uphill battle. Whether it be the resurgent Chicago Bears, or the mountain of injuries that hit them, at times it seemed as if the Packers would never be healthy enough to even make the playoffs...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 336 reads 5 comments

  22. Super Bowl Power Rankings: The 10 Biggest Plays In History

    The Packers and Steelers are two of the most storied franchises in the NFL. Between them they have nine Super Bowl victories, which should make this year's matchup one of the best of all-time...

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  23. Top 5 Teams In Trouble For March Madness... and It's Only January

    With conference play already beginning to hit full force, a divide is beginning to form between the contenders and the pretenders in college basketball...

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  24. Jason Garrett, Dallas Cowboys Prove the Rooney Rule Wrong

    The Rooney Rule was created in 2003 to require NFL teams to interview at least one minority candidate for head coaching and senior football operations positions. On its surface, it seems harmless...

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  25. LeBron James, Amar'e Stoudemire and the Top 5 NBA MVP Candidates

    2011 is finally here- meaning the overused term "slow start" no longer holds any credence when it comes to the NBA. With almost half of the season already completed, the difference between contender and pretender is starting to form...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Michael Perchick about over 3 years ago 2,628 reads 44 comments