1. NBA: Sacramento Kings Could Become Royals As Trademark Names Are Filed

    Ten years ago the Sacramento Kings were considered an elite NBA team, along with the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs . They were loaded with superstars like guard Mike Bibby, power forward Chris Webber and center Vlade Divac...

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  2. March Madness 2011: Kentucky and Coach Calipari Get Another Shot at NCAA Title

    The story goes that in the spring of 2002, John Calipari , then head coach of the Memphis Tigers, ripped up the scholarship of point guard Dajuan Wagner, who was being projected as a Top 10 pick in the upcoming June NBA Draft...

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  3. NBA: San Antonio Spurs on Cruise Control, Get Blown Out By the Miami Heat

    The San Antonio Spurs have done more at this point in the regular season than they, or anybody else, would have thought. They are the owners of the No...

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  4. Miami Heat Sweeps L.A., Proving the Lakers Are Human

    The Miami Heat are the New York Yankees of the National Basketball Association . They don't win titles, they buy titles (despite not having won a title with their Big Three)...

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  5. NBA: The San Antonio Spurs Clinch Playoff Spot for 14th Straight Year

    Another San Antonio Spurs win, another fallen record. With Wednesday's 111-104 win over the Detroit Pistons , the San Antonio Spurs clinched a spot in the NBA Playoffs for the 14th consecutive season...

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  6. Andrew Bailey: Oakland A's Closer Seeks Opening Day Return

    Andrew Bailey may be one of the best—and also one of the most underrated closers—in all of Major League Baseball...

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  7. Montreal Canadiens: Habs Set Tone With Early Scrap and Beat Boston, 4-1

    One month ago, the Boston Bruins bullied their way to an 8-6 win over the Montreal Canadiens , a game that featured two full-line scraps and a goalie fight...

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  8. MLB: Will the Washington Nationals See a Return Investment on Jayson Werth?

    From 2008 to 2010, the Philadelphia Phillies won the NL East three times and appeared in the World Series twice, winning once in 2008. During that span, outfielder Jayson Werth hit 87 home runs, drove in 251 runs and batted ...

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  9. LA Lakers Dominate San Antonio Spurs: Just Crown Them Champs Already

    If you thought that the old, slow and veteran San Antonio Spurs actually had a shot to win the West, then the Los Angeles Lakers made sure you know that was just a mirage...

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  10. Jose Canseco: From Independent League Baseball to NBC's The Apprentice

    For a time, Jose Canseco wasn't one of the best players in Major League Baseball, he was the best player in baseball. Canseco became the first player in history to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases in a season...

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  11. Seattle Mariners: Is Dustin Ackley Ready for the Jump to the Big Leagues?

    Ask people who was selected right after Stephen Strasburg went first overall in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, and there's a good chance you're left with blank faces...

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  12. Bob Probert Revelation May Change Fighting in the NHL Forever

    One of the most sacred positions in all of hockey is also the most dangerous—and with Wednesday's news, the days of the enforcer may be numbered. Bob Probert was one of the greatest hockey enforcers of his time...

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  13. San Antonio Spurs: First Team to Join Club 50 with Win over Cleveland

    The San Antonio Spurs have a bigger goal in mind, but in the mean time, they'll take the little victories...

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  14. 2011 NFL Draft: Despite Fitzpatrick, Buffalo Bills Should Draft Cam Newton

    From 1988 to 1999, the Buffalo Bills made the playoffs 10 times, won the AFC East six times, and appeared in four straight Super Bowls from 1990 to 1993. Since then, the New England Patriots and New York Jets have owned the division...

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  15. NFL: Former Top 10 Pick Vernon Gholston Released by Jets After 3 Seasons

    After three disappointing seasons, former Ohio State Buckeye standout Vernon Gholston was released by the New York Jets. Gholston, the sixth overall pick of the 2008 National Football League Draft, never panned out with the Jets...

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  16. Los Angeles Angels: Halos Have the Firepower to Overthrow the Rangers in AL West

    In Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea , an old fisherman goes 84 days without catching any fish. On the 85th day, he ventures further than he's ever gone and snags the big one, an 18 foot marlin...

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  17. Washington Nationals No. 1 Pick Bryce Harper To Make Pro Debut Monday

    According to legend, when he was 15 years old, Bryce Harper bombed a home run that went over the right field fence, two trees, a second fence, a sidewalk, crossed five lanes of ...

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  18. Detroit Pistons: Set Individual Career Highs, Play Ironman Ball & Fall To Sixers

    Awesome That's the only word that can describe what happened Friday Night to the once proud "Bad Boys" of Detroit ...

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  19. Grady Sizemore: Cleveland Indians Star Uncertain for Opening Day

    When healthy, Cleveland Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore is widely considered to be one of the best center fielders in the game of baseball...

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  20. NASCAR: Trevor Bayne, Two Car Drafting and Overall Thoughts on the Daytona 500

    What a race that was. On what was the 10th anniversary of the passing of Dale Earnhardt, Sunday's Daytona 500 paid tribute to a new generation of NASCAR drivers...

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  21. Daytona 500: Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Shot at History Ends in Crash

    Quickly, a show of hands—how many people honestly thought that Dale Earnhardt Jr. was going to win the Daytona 500 on the 10th anniversary of his father's passing? Figures, too many to count...

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  22. Daytona 500: Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Historical Chance

    The Daytona 500 may legally belong to the state of Florida, for NASCAR fans, however, it will always belong to Dale Earnhardt. Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of the death of NASCAR's biggest star, Dale Earnhardt, who crashed his famous No...

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  23. NBA Dunk Competition: Michael Jordan or Vince Carter, Who Was the Better Dunker?

    In honor of this All-Star Weekend's Slam-Dunk contest, I present an argument which cannot be ended when only two people are left to argue...

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  24. NHL: New York Islanders' John Tavares on Pace to Surpass Rookie Numbers

    John Tavares , the first overall pick of the New York Islanders in the 2009 NHL Draft, had what you could call a disappointing rookie season...

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  25. Albert Pujols: Why His Contract Demands Are Purely Justified and Not Pure Greed

    In Oliver Stone's 1987 film Wall Street , ambitious stockbroker Bud Fox gets into a heated argument with his hero Gordon Gekko, a Wall Street legend known for always being on the winning end of corporate deals...

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