1. NBA Expansion In Europe: Could It Work?

    As many of you may already know, David Stern has avidly discussed a plan in which he would hope to create five NBA franchises overseas within the next decade...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,330 reads 0 comments

  2. The All Pro Athlete Rugby Team

    Imagine you are given the task to assemble a rugby team made up entirely of current professional athletes who DO NOT play rugby. I tried to do just that, and it wasn’t easy...

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  3. Kimbo Slice: An Analysis Of The MMA Fighter

    Here is my analysis of Kimbo Slice: Punch Accuracy: B+ A streetfighter by trade, Kimbo has the ability to land punches right where he wants them to go...

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  4. Sebastian Janikowski: an Analysis of the Oakland Raiders' Kicker

    1) Kick Power: A At 250 pounds, Sebastian has all the power he needs to put the ball through the goal posts. With a career long field goal of 55 yards, Janikowski is clearly one of the most powerful kickers in the NFL today...

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  5. Melky Cabrera: Analyzing the New York Yankees' Center Fielder

    Here is my assessment of Melky Cabrera, center fielder for the New York Yankees: 1) Contact: B+ Melky is an above-average contact hitter, as evidenced through his ability to foul off tough pitches until he finds one he can hit...

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  6. Brandon Jacobs: An Analysis Of The New York Giants' RB

    Here is my analysis of Brandon Jacobs, running back of the New York Giants: 1) Speed: B+ While casual fans often don’t think of Brandon as fast due to his massive size, he does run a 4...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 2,387 reads 10 comments

  7. Eli Manning: An Analysis Of The New York Giants' QB

    Here is my analysis of Eli Manning, quarterback of the New York Giants: 1) Arm Strength: A- Throughout his tenure in the NFL, Eli has demonstrated a knack for throwing the deep ball with both velocity as well as accuracy...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 2,190 reads 26 comments

  8. Robert Gallery: An Analysis of the Oakland Raiders Guard

    Here is my analysis of Robert Gallery, guard of the Oakland Raiders. 1. Pass Protection: B- While Gallery wasn’t overly successful in pass protection while playing tackle for ...

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  9. The Joba Chronicles: A Conversation Of Fate

    One of the hottest topics to permeate the world of baseball this season has been the transformation of New York Yankees’ pitcher Joba Chamberlain from a reliever to a starter...

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  10. JaMarcus Russell: An Analysis Of The Oakland Raiders' QB

    Here is my analysis of JaMarcus Russell, the quarterback of the Oakland Raiders: 1) Arm Strength: A Even though he is entering only his second year in the NFL, many scouts already ...

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  11. Poor Mr. Rodgers: Why The Packers Aren't Treating Their QB Right

    There may have been some conspicuous moves made on draft day this year, to say the least. However, none were more mind boggling to me than the decision by the Green Bay Packers to draft not ...

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  12. NFL Draft 2008: Did The Oakland Raiders Make The Right Choice?

    It can be argued that the most scrutinized pick in the entire 2008 NFL draft will be the one that the Oakland Raiders made with the 4th overall selection...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 5,116 reads 34 comments

  13. NFL Draft 2008: Quarterback Analysis

    Here are my top 10 quarterbacks in this year's NFL draft: 1) Matt Ryan Considered by many to be the best available quarterback in the draft, Matt Ryan has all of the qualities necessary to succeed in the NFL...

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  14. NFL Draft 2008: Did Miami Dolphins Make The Right Choice?

    It’s official — the Miami Dolphins have signed offensive tackle Jake Long to a contract and will be select him with the first overall pick of the 2008 NFL draft...

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  15. NFL Draft 2008: Will The Titans Ever Draft A Wide Reciever?

    Last year, the Tennessee Titans somehow managed to completely ignore their number 1 need going into the draft: a wide receiver...

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  16. Game 1 Recap: Suns Come Close but No Cigar

    In the first highly anticipated match between the Phoenix Suns and the San Antonio Spurs, it took an overtime basket for the defending champs to put away the relentless Suns...

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  17. 2008 NBA Playoff Preview: Phoenix Suns' Starting Five

    Point Guard: Steve NashPPG: 16.9 APG: 11.1 RPG: 3.5 SPG: .65 BPG: .06Steve Nash’s on court vision and precise passing makes him one of the best point guards in the NBA...

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  18. I Told You So: Why the Yankees STILL Don't Need Santana

    During the baseball off-season, I released an article that explained my reasoning as to why the Yankees shouldn’t trade for Johan Santana...

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  19. Assessing the Yankees' Bullpen

    Here is an assessment of the New York Yankees bullpen for the 2008 season: Closer: Mariano Rivera Grade: A+ Without question the greatest closer of all time, Rivera is continuing to produce as he always has...

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  20. Can't Catch a Break: The Yankees' Catching Situation

    We are merely two weeks into the Major League Baseball season, and already the New York Yankees have found themselves a victim of the injury bug...

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  21. NFL: The Top 5 Greatest Special Teams Gunners of All-Time

    Arguably the most overlooked position in football, the gunner plays a vital role in special teams. On special teams, the gunner is responsible for tasks that may include tackling a kick returner, ...

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  22. My Nasty 9 of Baseball

    After seeing the great popularity that my “Fave 5” article had on the Bleacher Report, I decided to do the same thing for baseball...

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  23. The Pro- Basketball Theory: A Story of 3 Worlds

    One of the most unique characteristics of the game of basketball is the varying styles by which the game can be played...

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  24. NBA: The Ultimate Basketball Player

    Imagine you had the power to create the perfect basketball player, utilizing the abilities of any current NBA star, who would be used in the mix? Here is my perfect player. Passing: Steve Nash Nash is the greatest passer in the game today...

    Jeremy  Kaufman Written by Jeremy Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,074 reads 8 comments

  25. Writer's Choice: MLB Edition

    These are my picks of my favorite MLB player from each of the league’s 30 teams. These players were not selected based primarily on their abilities, but also for the excitement ...

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