1. NBA Playoffs 2012: 5 Lessons We've Learned so Far

    The first few days of playoff action had it all: comebacks, game winners, temper tantrums, dramatic injuries and legend-like performances. And the best part is, we are not even done with the first round...

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  2. Syracuse Basketball: 3 Reasons to Love and 3 to Hate the Move to the ACC

    After years of success in college basketball's most prestigious conference, Syracuse will be playing its last year of Big East basketball. Along with Pittsburgh, the Orange will be moving to the ACC at the beginning of the 2013-2014 campaign...

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  3. NBA Playoffs 2012: 3 Simple Steps to Fix the Knicks' Offense

    There is no nice way of putting it: Game 1 was miserable for the Knicks . New York had a lot of steam heading into the playoffs, but Miami simply embarrassed them on Sunday afternoon as they cruised to a 33-point win...

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  4. NBA Playoffs 2012: Injuries Pave Road for the Miami Heat

    After one day of NBA playoff action, the Miami Heat could not have asked for a better scenario. The New York Knicks were regarded as the hottest team heading into the playoffs...

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  5. Report: Duke Transfer Michael Gbinije Commits to Syracuse

    Last year's ESPN recruiting rankings had guard/forward Michael Gbinije at No. 26 in the nation. After seeing limited playing time in his freshman year at Duke, Gbinije has decided to take his talents to Syracuse...

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  6. Syracuse Basketball: Analyzing the NBA Draft Stock of Each Orange Departure

    In 2012, the Syracuse Orange experienced one of their most successful seasons in school history. They finished the regular season with 30 wins and just one loss, the school's best record of all time...

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  7. Syracuse Basketball: 3 Reasons They Are Delighted to See Fab Melo Go to the NBA

    Along with Dion Waiters, Kris Joseph and Scoop Jardine, Fab Melo has decided to head to the NBA. Melo was an anchor at the bottom of the famous 2-3 zone, as well as being one of the best shot-blockers Syracuse has seen in a while...

    Brandon Reiter Written by Brandon Reiter about almost 3 years ago 1,656 reads 6 comments

  8. New York Yankees: 3 Things to Take Away from the First Win of the Season

    The last time the Yankees got off to an 0-3 start was 1998, a season in which they won the World Series. The magical thing about baseball is that there are 162 games in a season, and plenty of time to make a turnaround...

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  9. New York Knicks: 5 Things to Take Away from Sunday's Thriller

    In what can be easily defined as a "roller coaster" season, the Knicks capped off a remarkable finish against the Chicago Bulls Sunday afternoon in the Garden. New York started the game on a tare, going up 21 points in the first quarter...

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  10. New York Yankees: Stat Predictions for Each Opening Day Starter

    Despite the Yankees ' pitching rotation enduring many blows this offseason—the departure of A.J. Burnett, Joba Chamberlain hurting his ankle on a trampoline, and Michael Pineda ...

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  11. The 20 Hottest S.I. Swimsuit Models of All Time

    The S.I. swimsuit issue can be considered the epitome of supermodel success. The first Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue came out in 1964 and is largely thanked for making the bikini a well-known article of clothing...

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  12. Syracuse, San Diego State Set to Open Season on Board USS Midway

    According to ESPN , Syracuse and San Diego State will play each other in their season opener Nov. 9. However, this matchup will be unique, as it is set to take place on board the USS Midway...

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  13. Fab Melo Allegedly Declares for Draft: What This Means for Nerlens Noel

    According to draftexpress.com , Syracuse center, Fab Melo, has signed with agent Arn Tellem. Sources say that the deal has not been confirmed, but it is clear that the seven-foot, Brazilian center will not be returning to Syracuse next fall...

    Brandon Reiter Written by Brandon Reiter about almost 3 years ago 3,713 reads 4 comments

  14. NBA Basketball: Was the All-Star Game a Foreshadow?

    The NBA never fails to impress it's audience on All-Star weekend. Two of the league's best forwards dueled it out in the three-point competition, Ricky Rubio set a Guiness World ...

    Brandon Reiter Written by Brandon Reiter about almost 3 years ago 953 reads 11 comments

  15. New York Knicks: 5 Questions Everyone Is Asking

    After a rough start to what could have been a catastrophic year, Jeremy Lin has pulled the Knicks right out of the gutter. Yes, Lin is an international phenomenon, but since he started playing everyone else has been stepping up as well...

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  16. New York, New York: A Week to Remember

    There has never been a greater week in the history of New York sports. It all started last Sunday when the New York Football Giants stunned the football world yet again, knocking off Tom Brady and the Patriots for the second time...

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  17. Anthony Davis and the Ugliest Dudes in College Basketball

    NCAA basketball features talented and highly touted athletes from all over the country. It is a pleasure to watch some of these kids work day in and day out to try and reach the big stage...

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  18. New York Knicks: What We Learned from Friday's Loss

    "It is still early in this NBA season for the Knicks faithful to begin to panic" would be what you could have said before you watched the woeful play against the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night...

    Brandon Reiter Written by Brandon Reiter about 3 years ago 1,123 reads 7 comments

  19. LeBron James' Future or Kobe Bryant's Past: Which Would You Rather Have?

    LeBron James is perhaps one of the most scrutinized American sports figures of all time. After his infamous departure from his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers , he dismantled what could have been one of the greatest legacies of all time...

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  20. College Basketball: Syracuse's Bench Could Be a Top 25 Team

    Syracuse currently reigns atop of every major college basketball poll. After an impressive win against No. 20 Marquette, the Orange improved their record to 17-0 for the second time in two years...

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  21. What Sports to Watch for Heading into the New Year

    With 2011 ending and 2012 starting, the next two weeks will perhaps be the most compelling two weeks of the entire year...

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  22. Syracuse Basketball: Why the Orange Will Win the National Title

    Syracuse has faced many off-court distractions with the whole Bernie Fine scandal. Fortunately for the Orange, the scandal has not affected their play in the slightest bit...

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  23. Nike Pro Combat NFL Uniforms: What the League's Uniforms Could Look Like in 2012

    In 2012 Nike will replace Reebok as the provider for NFL jerseys. Nike is the main provider and has designed jerseys for several college football teams, including Oregon...

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  24. 9 Bandwagons to Join in the World of Sports

    Attention people who: A) Have been rooting for a miserable sports franchise for a number of years; B) Are new to following sports; C) Are completely unfaithful to their team when ...

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  25. NBA Power Rankings: A Look at the 2011-12 Season

    With the lockout finally over, the positive NBA talk has finally resumed. NCAA ratings will go back down, anti-LeBron comments will be made, and the world will be restored back to order...

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