1. Plaxico Burress and Hines Ward: Should Pittsburgh Take Burress' Return Serious?

    It has been made apparent that Coach Mike Tomlin is at the least mildly interested in seeing what Plaxico Burress would have to offer Steeler Nation...

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  2. Stan Van Gundy Says 'You Do with What You Have': Orlando Magic Don't Have Much

    I am not particularly sure why Stan Van Gundy is such a standing fraction of the Orlando Magic team. They should be taking hints from Cleveland , where they fired Mike Brown ...

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  3. 2012 NBA Playoffs Predictions: Western Conference Edition

    Since my Eastern Conference edition installment, I felt it was necessary to predict how the Western Conference will unfold...

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  4. Derrick Rose and LeBron James: Superstar Athletes That Left Us Wanting More

    Even though the league is looking to do a lot of restructuring as the 2011 season vastly approaches, there are two positions in the league that will not change...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 2,491 reads 33 comments

  5. Dallas Cowboys' Legend Michael Irvin Appears on Front of Gay Men's Magazine

    As an avid supporter of same sex marriage, it is a breath of fresh air to see a well known athlete from the past come forth and express his support in the equal rights of homosexuals as well...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 2,158 reads 2 comments

  6. 2012 NBA Playoff Predictions: Eastern Conference Edition

    The Eastern Conference is becoming more stacked than the Western Conference. While a lot of confusion lies at the doorstep of the most dominant franchise in the West, the Los Angeles ...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 7,220 reads 47 comments

  7. NBA Lockout Brings Back Eerie Memories for Orlando Magic

    It was about 13 years ago. The NBA was locked out and players like Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing were twiddling their thumbs wondering what lied ahead in their futures...

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  8. Why Orlando Magic Will Not Be in 2012 NBA Finals Contention

    As far as we know, at least during the lockout, Dwight Howard is still a member of the Orlando Magic . I figured we should treat him as such...

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  9. Oregon State Basketball: Why They'll Get First NCAA Tournament Bid in 21 Years

    Did you know Gary Payton was an Oregon State basketball player before his trash-talking days in the NBA? Probably not. You probably did not know that Oregon State would be making it to the NCAA tournament next season either...

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  10. Los Angeles Lakers Cutting Costs or Turning Their Back on the Phil Jackson Era?

    For 11 seasons, we watched Phil Jackson coach a team through the heaviest of burdens and still manage to come away from the experience with an additional five rings to add to his repertoire, courtesy of the Los Angeles Lakers ...

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  11. NBA Lockout: Do Not Look for WNBA Sympathy or Support

    The NBA lockout has been official for a short while now. As soon as the lockout was formally announced to the media, NBA players quickly took to Twitter, the new conversation module, ...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 283 reads 11 comments

  12. Derek Jeter: New York Yankees Are Wrong About the Captain

    The Cleveland Indians , who are not slumping in the ranks completely so far this season, managed to wreck havoc during the New York Yankees captain’s return...

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  13. Cam Newton: Are You Still Excited to See Him?

    Remember when you were six or seven, and you were craving the moment when you could actually ride your bike all the way down to the corner? Next step: around the block...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 1,380 reads 5 comments

  14. Dwight Howard to New Jersey Nets: A Really Big Guy in a Really Small Market

    When LeBron James shifted the power of the Eastern Conference to the Southeastern Division, what was he thinking about? The glamour, the body, the closest thing to Hollywood since ...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 1,002 reads 14 comments

  15. L.A. Lakers: Shannon Brown Opts out of Contract, Sees a Storm Forming in L.A.

    The L.A. Lakers may have to wait a little longer than planned to redeem themselves in the 2011-12 season...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 863 reads 1 comments

  16. Floyd Mayweather Needs to Confess That He Is Scared to Fight Manny Pacquiao

    Floyd Mayweather has stood his ground that his refusal to fight Manny Pacquiao is due to Pacquiao’s refusal of a drug test, but even afterwards, strengthened his regulations by forcing a random drug test...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 2,444 reads 117 comments

  17. NBA Lockout: Things You Need to Know About LeBron James and Co. Before Lockout

    It has been announced that there will be a lockout instilled at 12:00 am July 1, 2011. As positive as talks were reported to go and as heated as they may have truly been, a deal could not be reached and this is the foregone conclusion...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 904 reads 2 comments

  18. Miami Heat Going in a Different Direction Without James Jones or Mike Bibby

    LeBron James , Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh were the centerfolds for the Miami Heat's season-length hardcourt paperback edition...

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  19. Enes Kanter Leads Top 10 Contenders for 2011 NBA Rookie of the Year Award

    Kyrie Irving. Brandon Knight. Enes Kanter. These are the names of rookie athletes that everyone will be keeping their eyes on. From Irving’s placement as the overall No...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 2,043 reads 5 comments

  20. NBA Draft: Brandon Knight Is Here to Stay, Time for Richard Hamilton to Go

    After all the dust settles from the windstorm that was Brandon Knight's over-eager attitude of being drafted by the Detroit Pistons, Joe Dumars and company have a huge decision to make...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 1,184 reads 4 comments

  21. Cory Joseph Is Better Fit with Tony Parker Than George Hill Was for Spurs

    Josh Selby announced that he would be entering the NBA draft after only a single season with the Kansas Jayhawks, minus nine games due to a suspension at the beginning of the year...

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  22. Dwight Howard: 2011 Draft Picks Give Orlando Magic a Chance to Keep Howard

    Orlando can do it. The Orlando Magic can actually manage to keep Dwight Howard . If the Magic want to get the job done, they must begin rebuilding, but we should at least consider the fact that he has a chance to stay...

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  23. 2011 NBA Draft: The Worst Draft Decision Each Team Could Make

    The NBA season is over, and the NBA draft is nearing. At least that is what all of the leading sports' websites are telling me...

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  24. Dwight Howard: 5 Dumbest Moves Howard Could Make Before 2012 Free Agency

    Dwight Howard is almost unstoppable individually, but I think we can all have a hand in the argument that collectively with the group of men assembled in Orlando, his only Kryptonite is the NBA postseason...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 4 years ago 3,249 reads 11 comments

  25. LeBron James and the Hypocrisy of the NBA: The Good, the Bad and the Forgotten

    After watching how LeBron James' image was consistently mutilated in the media throughout last year’s summer, conjoined with this past NBA season, my mind began wandering to ...

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