1. Duke Basketball: The 8 Most Iconic Moments in Blue Devils Hoops History

    As far as clich├ęd histories go, Duke basketball's is exceptionally long and storied. Four national titles. Countless (actually, nine) national player of the year awards. A seemingly mandatory bid into the NCAA Tournament each year...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 1,620 reads 5 comments

  2. Serena Williams: 4 Reasons She Has to Be the Favorite to Win the U.S. Open

    Despite her recent injuries and low ranking, Serena Williams has to be considered the favorite at the upcoming U.S. Open. Yesterday, I wrote about where Serena might run into trouble at Flushing Meadows...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 204 reads 3 comments

  3. Serena Williams: 4 Questions She'll Need to Answer at the U.S. Open

    When healthy, there is no more dominant figure in professional tennis than Serena Williams . Her powerful serve and groundstrokes are complimented by top-class (though sometimes nervy) volleys and a strong defensive game...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 1,723 reads 11 comments

  4. Duke Basketball: 6 Reasons the Blue Devils Aren't the Favorites in the ACC

    Duke will start the 2011-2012 basketball season with sky-high expectations as usual. Coach K has dealt with the loss of Kyrie Irving, Kyle Singler and Nolan Smith by adding Austin Rivers and Quinn Cook, among others...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 2,779 reads 35 comments

  5. NBA Lockout: 5 Players Whose Value Is Bleeding Away

    The NBA lockout is preventing teams from engaging in a high-priced summer of free agency. That's bad news for those who thrived in their contract years and expected big money this June...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 367 reads 0 comments

  6. Roy Halladay and the Ultimate Game 7 MLB Lineup

    It's Game 7 of the Galaxy Series. It's Space Jam on a baseball diamond. The aliens are taking over the world regardless (their weaponry is way stronger because they are light years ahead of us in terms of technology...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 893 reads 12 comments

  7. Derek Jeter and the Most Profitable Player on Each MLB Team

    There's no doubt that Derek Jeter , despite producing at an all-time low, is the most profitable player on the New York Yankees. Jeter sells tickets. He sells jerseys. He's a walking advertisement for everything that is the New York Yankees...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 1,921 reads 23 comments

  8. Boston Red Sox Trade Speculation: Hunter Pence or Ubaldo Jimenez?

    I would bet my house that the Boston Red Sox don't acquire either Ubaldo Jimenez or Hunter Pence before the trade deadline. That's not the point of this article...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 852 reads 5 comments

  9. Boston Red Sox Trade Rumors: Names Sox Might Be Targeting

    The Boston Red Sox have been relatively quiet so far this trade season. While other teams like the New York Mets and Colorado Rockies are actively shopping players, the Sox seem content to wait things out...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 83 reads 1 comments

  10. MLB Trade Speculation: Do the Boston Red Sox Need to Make a Move?

    The most boring SportsCenter of all time aired today. With the NFL lockout officially over and the MLB trade deadline approaching, I managed to catch just one baseball highlight in approximately three hours of television time...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 206 reads 1 comments

  11. NBA Lockout: 5 Reasons the NBA's Situation Is Far Worse Than the NFL's

    With the NFL's lockout this close to being resolved, it's probably time to turn our attention to the much less talked about, but more dire, NBA lockout...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 590 reads 0 comments

  12. NBA Free Agents 2011: 9 Players Who Must Be Avoided at All Costs This Summer

    Year after year, NBA general managers give writers like Bill Simmons and Rick Reilly hundreds of thousands of words of material for atrocious free-agent signings. Think Eddy Curry...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 15,563 reads 19 comments

  13. Can Rafael Nadal Regain the No. 1 Ranking by the End of 2011?

    There are at least three faces in men's tennis that even a marginal fan should know. One is cool, calm and collected at all times. One is brimming with energy and newness. And the other is Rafael Nadal after a loss...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 1,176 reads 54 comments

  14. Boston Red Sox: Justin Masterson and 4 Sox We Wish Stuck Around

    People always talk about the next great savior of any given team. Less often do we talk about the ones who got away, whether through free agency or trades...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 1,092 reads 4 comments

  15. Dustin Pedroia and the 9 Best Boston Red Sox from the First Half

    At 57-36, the Boston Red Sox are atop the American League East and look to be getting healthy for the stretch run leading into the playoffs. With Carl Crawford returning from injury today, the Sox have their entire projected starting lineup healthy...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 378 reads 3 comments

  16. U.S. Open 2011: Can Roger Federer Get Back on the Winning Track?

    Roger Federer enters the 2011 U.S. Open amidst constant speculation about the end of his career, about how he's still good but perhaps not good enough anymore. A tennis player's twilight is unlike any other athlete's...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about almost 3 years ago 2,198 reads 17 comments

  17. MLB Trade Rumors: Hunter Pence and 4 Players Who Could Help the Boston Red Sox

    Though the Boston Red Sox finished the first half atop the American League East, one could argue that the team should be better. Nevermind that the Sox started slow, losing what felt like 30 games straight to start the season...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 1,255 reads 3 comments

  18. Boston Red Sox: What to Do with J.D. Drew and Josh Reddick

    Boston Red Sox right fielder J.D. Drew 's batting average peaked at .237 this past week. But, as fans have come to expect, it fell right back to .229 after a 1-for-4 performance in Sunday's 8-6 win over the Baltimore Orioles ...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 712 reads 4 comments

  19. New England Patriots: 10 Questions to Be Answered Once the NFL Lockout Is Over

    The New England Patriots haven't won a Super Bowl since 2004, which seems weird. It's odd that the Pats, who have essentially dominated regular season play since 2004 (going a combined ...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 1,197 reads 5 comments

  20. Wimbledon 2011 Semifinal Live Blog: Novak Djokovic vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    Wimbledon 2011. Men's Semifinals. One final live blog. The slate: Novak Djokovic (SRB) vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) followed by Rafael Nadal (ESP) vs. Andy Murray (GBR)...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 708 reads 12 comments

  21. Wimbledon 2011: Rafael Nadal and Men's Quarterfinals Live Blog

    The championships, Wimbledon 2011. Men's quarterfinals. Let's live blog this. Today's Slate No. 3 seed (still weird saying that) Roger Federer (SUI) vs. No...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 756 reads 13 comments

  22. Duke Basketball: One Thing Each Blue Devil Needs to Work on This Offseason

    I can't say I was surprised when Duke University fell to the Derrick Williams led University of Arizona in the Sweet 16 in March...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 4,013 reads 15 comments

  23. Wimbledon 2011: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Round of 16 Live Blog

    Roger Federer just dropped the first set of his Round of 16 match to Mikhail Youzhny in a tiebreaker. Rafael Nadal just won his first set against Juan Martin del Potro in a tiebreaker, but his left heel is clearly giving him some trouble...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 736 reads 10 comments

  24. 2011 NBA Draft Grades: The Boston Celtics and 5 Teams with Underrated Drafts

    The Boston Celtics' 2011 NBA Draft probably won't win them a title this year. Former Purdue stars JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore probably won't even touch their college averages at any point during their NBA careers...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 4,868 reads 3 comments

  25. NBA Draft Rumors: JaJuan Johnson and 4 Prospects Rumored to Be Out of Round 1

    Yesterday, I profiled five players whose stock has skyrocketed as the 2011 NBA draft approaches tomorrow. But with each rise, there must also be a fall. In ESPN's Chad Ford's recent mock drafts (which can be found in the Insider section of ESPN...

    Robert Yee Written by Robert Yee about 3 years ago 657 reads 0 comments