1. You Suck Chris Kaman

    Recognize the guy above? Yes my friends, that is Clippers center Chris Kaman sporting the jersey for the German Olympic team. For some reason, this Michigan native holds a German citizenship and decided to play for Deutschland...

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  2. Five NBA Rookies to Keep an Eye On

    With the 2008-2009 NBA season officially underway, many fans are searching for the impact player that may get their team to the playoffs, or even to the championship...

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  3. Jackie Robinson, The Greatest Athlete Ever

    Next Friday will mark 36 years since we lost the greatest athlete, and possibly the greatest man, the world had ever seen—Mr. Jack Roosevelt Robinson. I don't think anyone has to be reminded of what Mr...

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  4. Henry Samueli, Owner of the Anaheim Ducks, Treading in Deep Water

    Henry Samueli. This name may not be well-known in the realm of sports, but he is a juggernaut in Southern California. Between 1975 and 1980, he received a bachelor's degree, a master's and a doctorate from UCLA—all in electrical engineering...

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  5. Home Sweet Home: NLCS Preview

    The N.L. Central, the division widely considered the strongest in the National League, has been sent home for the remainder of the season...

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  6. Dodgers Look to Sweep Cubs: Game Three Preview

    To say the Dodgers have dominated the first two games of this year's NLDS is a gross understatement. They have chewed up and spit out the Cubs as if they were a pack of Big Red. This series had promised to be one for the ages...

    M Written by M about 6 years ago 734 reads 8 comments

  7. Five Teams That May Bring the NFL Back To L.A.

    It was 14 years ago that Los Angeles and Orange County boasted two basketball teams, two baseball teams, two hockey teams, and, yes, two professional football teams. Who would have thought that the Rams and Raiders would both leave L...

    M Written by M about 6 years ago 2,028 reads 20 comments

  8. Olympic Baseball in London and Beyond

    Baseball was introduced to the international audience when St. Louis hosted the III Olympiad in 1904. Baseball was played six more times after these games before it was made an official Olympic sport in time for the Barcelona games...

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  9. The New and Controversial Yankee Stadium

    For 85 years, the Pinstripe Crew has called Yankee Stadium their home. In this time, countless greats have graced its field and 26 World Series titles have been won...

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  10. Top Five Pitching Staffs in the MLB

    With all of the drama that has filled the MLB season, one thing remains unchanged. The key to winning in the Fall is pitching...

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  11. UCLA at BYU: A Rivalry In the Making?

    The first two weeks of college football are now behind us, and many exciting matchups are scheduled for the third...

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  12. Instant Replay In The MLB: The Dos and Don'ts

    It seems certain that in the near future Major League Baseball will be graced by the presence of instant replay...

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  13. Hey NASCAR, Stop Racing around in Circles!

    We all dread making left turns at busy intersections, especially when the signal is unprotected or just takes way too long to turn green. Our good friends at NASCAR don't seem to mind clocking 400+ miles in pure counter-clockwise motion...

    M Written by M about over 6 years ago 402 reads 4 comments

  14. Manny Ramirez, A Left Field Liability

    Without question, Manny Ramirez is one of the best batters in baseball. He has had nine consecutive seasons with at least 25 home runs and 100 runs batted in, a streak that was broken last season...

    M Written by M about over 6 years ago 277 reads 5 comments

  15. Dogfight On The Uneven Bars

    As the second day of the individual gymnastic event finals opened on Monday, the crowd waited in anticipation for the duel that would take place on the uneven bars...

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  16. More Bling for Nastia Liukin and Shawn Johnson

    Following their unprecedented one-two finish in the women's all around competition, Nastia Liukin and Shawn Johnson returned to the Olympic Green on Sunday for the floor exercise final...

    M Written by M about over 6 years ago 2,101 reads 0 comments