1. Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya: How Much Do Weight Classes Matter?

    A recent Bleacher Report article addressed several problems that surrounded a potential fight between Manny Pacquiao and either Oscar De La Hoya or the partially retired Floyd Mayweather...

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  2. Reggie Bush: An Analysis Of The Saints' Running Back

    Here is my analysis of Reggie Bush, running back of the New Orleans’ Saints: 1) Speed: A+ Reggie Bush may very well be the fastest running back in the National Football League...

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  3. Calcio Fiorentino: The Toughest Sport On Earth

    If you were asked to identify the single toughest, most brutal, and most violent sport on Earth, what would you choose? Boxing? MMA? Football? Rugby? All of the aforementioned games ...

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  4. New York Yankees: Post- Trade Deadline Bullpen Analysis

    Here is an in- depth look at the bullpen of the New York Yankees, as of August 4, 2008: Closer: Mariano Rivera Despite being up there in age, Mo is having one of his finest seasons in pinstripes...

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  5. The Best Pitches In The Big Leagues

    Here is a look at a variety of Major League pitches, and the pitcher who is best at throwing it in today’s game. I believe I have included virtually every pitch officially used in baseball today...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about 6 years ago 66 reads 1 comments

  6. Age Is Just A Number: Nancy Lieberman Plays At 50

    This week, after the fallout of a massive WNBA brawl between the Shock and the Sparks, the Shock was left shorthanded a bunch of players. Now, I am not normally one to take any interest in the WNBA...

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  7. The 2008 MLB All- Story Team

    Thus far, in the 2008 Major League Baseball season, there have been some incredible stories that have truly made this a special time for any fan of the game...

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  8. MLB All Star Game 2008: Who The Heck Votes For This Thing?

    Seriously, who was voting for the MLB All Star game this year? While I was happy to see many deserving players be selected to the All Star game for the first time (ex: Josh Hamilton), ...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about 6 years ago 1,235 reads 13 comments

  9. To DH Or Not To DH?: That Is The Question

    It's arguably the most controversial question in the history of sports. Should baseball have a designated hitter, or should it allow for the more traditional form of baseball in which the pitcher hits for himself...

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  10. NBA Draft 2008: A Look At The Tops Prospects

    Here is an in- depth look at three of the top prospects in this year’s NBA Draft: 1) Derrick RosePros: One of the few pure point guards in the draft this year. He has the ability to create his own shot off of the dribble...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 630 reads 5 comments

  11. The All New York Baseball Team

    Ok, here’s a hypothetical question. Say you were given the opportunity to merge the two New York baseball clubs, the Yankees and Mets, into a single 25- player team...

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  12. Open Mic: All Pro-Athlete Paintball Team

    In the past week, Bleacher Report’s open mic topic beckoned this site’s writers to consider what would happen if the world’s greatest athletes applied ...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 641 reads 2 comments

  13. Ollie Lang: Analyzing the Ironmen Paintball Star

    Mobility: A Ollie moves around the paintball field as fast as anyone in the game. His speed often results in some of his most memorable plays, as he excels at making shots on the run...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 739 reads 1 comments

  14. Champ Bailey: Analyzing the Broncos' Cornerback

    Here is my analysis of Champ Bailey, cornerback of the Denver Broncos: Speed: A Champ Bailey is one of the fastest cornerbacks in the game today...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 748 reads 2 comments

  15. DeAngelo Hall: Analyzing the Raiders' Cornerback

    Here is my analysis of DeAngelo Hall, cornerback of the Oakland Raiders. Speed: A Without a doubt, DeAngelo is one of the fastest players in the game today. Coverage: A- Hall is one of the better cornerbacks in the game in man-to-man coverage...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 714 reads 11 comments

  16. Joba Chamberlain: An Analysis Of The Yankees' Pitcher

    Here is my analysis of Joba Chamberlain, a starting pitcher of the New York Yankees: Velocity: A+ Joba Chamberlain has a fastball that has touched velocities as high as 101 mph. It doesn’t get much better than that...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 472 reads 0 comments

  17. The All Pro- Athlete Hockey Team

    Imagine being given the opportunity to put together a hockey team made up of the greatest athletes in the world. These here are my hypothetical picks for the team. Check it out and let me know who you would pick...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 307 reads 4 comments

  18. The All Pro- Athlete Soccer Team

    Imagine you had the opportunity to form a soccer team from a pool of any current pro- athlete in the world. Who would you pick? These are my selections, feel free to let me know what you think...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 577 reads 5 comments

  19. Open Mic: Which Sport Has The Greatest Athletes?

    One of the age- old debates within the realm of sports is, which sport has the world’s greatest athletes? Prior to attempting to answer this question, it is essential to first define the meaning of the world “athlete”...

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  20. The Greatest Two-Sport Athletes Of All Time

    Arguably the most intriguing individuals within the realm of athletics are those rare athletes who can compete in two different sports simultaneously and at the highest of levels...

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  21. Ken Griffey, Jr. to Tampa Bay Rays?

    This morning, ESPN reported that Ken Griffey Jr. would possibly be willing to waive his no-trade clause in order to be traded to the Tamp Bay Rays...

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  22. Alex Rodriguez: Analysis of the Yankees' Third Baseman

    1) Contact: A- Alex has amazing plate coverage, thereby allowing him to make contact with the ball at either end of the plate. 2) Power: A+ Alex may hang up his cleats one day as the all time home run king in Major League baseball...

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  23. Eddy Curry: Analysis of the Knicks' Center

    1) Inside Scoring: B+ When he gets the ball near the basket, he is a capable scorer, as he has a field goal percentage of 55%...

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  24. Kobe Bryant: Analysis of the Lakers' Shooting Guard

    1) Inside Scoring: A When he’s near the basket, he’s nearly unstoppable. 2) 3-Point Shooting: A- He’s known for hitting the big time shots, but his shooting percentage ...

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  25. LeBron James: An Analysis Of The Cavaliers' Small Foward

    Here is my analysis of LeBron James, the small forward of the Cleveland Cavaliers: 1) Inside Scoring: AThere may be no one better in the NBA at getting to the basket and scoring on the inside than Lebron James, at least among non—big men...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,261 reads 7 comments