1. 2011 NBA Draft: Why the New York Knicks Made the Right Choice with Iman Shumpert

    With the 17th pick of the 2011 NBA Draft , the New York Knicks selected guard Iman Shumpert out of Georgia Tech...

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  2. New York Jets Free Agency: 10 Free Agents the Jets Should Target in 2012

    Now that the NFL lockout has gone on longer than most people would have thought, a 2011 NFL season is looking to be more and more in doubt every day...

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  3. Juventus Transfer Market: 14 Footballers that Would Fit in Torino

    The Old Lady of Italian football is the winningest club in Italian soccer history with 27 Serie A titles, nine Coppa Italia trophies, and two European/UEFA Champions League titles, but the club has endured a bit of a title drought the past few years...

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  4. Rex Ryan: Why the New York Jets Head Coach's Big Mouth Strategy Works

    Back when the New York Jets were a mess, after the team lost four of its final five games to miss the 2008 playoffs with Brett Favre at the helm, the Jets' future looked bleak...

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  5. U.S. Soccer: Why the New York Cosmos Must Be the 20th Team in the MLS

    The New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League were the most successful and most famous team in American soccer history...

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  6. New York Jets: Why Mark Sanchez Isn't an Elite Quarterback

    With the fifth pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, the New York Jets selected quarterback Mark Sanchez out of Southern California...

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  7. New York Jets: 12 Franchise Records That Will Never Be Broken

    Though the New York Jets have only been around for 51 years and don’t have as much history as teams like the Packers , Bears and the Steelers , the Jets still have a very important place in football history...

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  8. Mark Sanchez: Predicting the 2011 Stats for Each Game of the Jets' Season

    Don’t tell quarterback Mark Sanchez about the dreaded sophomore slump. In his second NFL season for the New York Jets , Mark Sanchez grew in leaps and bounds, leading his ...

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  9. NFL Free Agency: The 10 Surest Bets on the Market

    Whenever free agency actually takes place this offseason, 2011 provides a talented pool of unsigned players who are looking for jobs...

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  10. NFL: Ranking the Best Fan Bases

    Baseball might be America’s favorite pastime, but football has become the most popular sport in the United States. Millions tune in on Super Bowl Sunday to watch the big game...

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  11. New York Jets Free Agency: Why the Jets Should Target Cullen Jenkins

    The lockout was on, the Jets drafted six college stars, then the lockout was off, and now the lockout is back on after the U.S. Court of Appeals granted a temporary stay of injunction on April 29...

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  12. The Top 10 Surprises of the 2011 NFL Draft

    Over the 75 years that the professional football draft has taken place, we have seen tons of surprises involving trades, slip-ups, busts and players drafted in late rounds who went on to become superstars...

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  13. New York Mets: Gritty Team Wins Its 6th Straight in D.C.

    The New York Mets came into Wednesday night’s game red hot, winning five in a row and looking like a completely different team than the one that lost seven straight games in early April...

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  14. New York Red Bulls Get Revenge on San Jose Earthquakes

    The Red Bulls were left seeing red last November after the San Jose Earthquakes shocked them in front of a sell-out Red Bull Arena in leg two of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals...

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  15. New York Jets 5 Biggest Needs Heading into the NFL Draft

    Another year, another heartbreaking loss in the AFC Championship game on the road for the New York Jets . It’s no secret that Rex Ryan expects the Jets to win the Super Bowl this season after coming up just short the past two seasons...

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  16. New York Mets: 10 Things the Mets Need To Make the Playoffs

    Led by 23-year-old David Wright and 22-year-old Jose Reyes, the Mets were one win away from the 2006 World Series...

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  17. The Best Soccer Team in History: All-Time Starting XI

    A game that has been played for hundreds of years, soccer has provided a grand stage for brilliant performances by some of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen...

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  18. Messi or Ronaldo: Who is the Better Player?

    For a while now, there has been a lot of debate as to who the better players is. After Cristiano Ronaldo’s record transfer fee of £80m to Real Madrid in the summer of 2009, ...

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  19. Argentina vs. USA: Americans Hold Lionel Messi and Co. to Draw in New Jersey

    Before a sold-out crowd of 78,936 soccer fans at the New Meadowlands Stadium, the United States and Argentina played to an exciting 1-1 draw. While Argentina dominated the first 45 minutes, the game was really a tale of two halves...

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  20. New York Mets: Opening Day Question Marks

    In 2011, Sandy Alderson and the Mets have a lot of question marks when it comes to the team’s opening day roster when they take against Josh Johnson and the Florida Marlins...

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  21. New York Mets: 4 Reasons for Mets Fans to Be Optimistic

    Led by 23-year-old David Wright and 22-year-old Jose Reyes, the Mets were one win away from the 2006 World Series...

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  22. Four Reasons for the Downward Spiral of Italian Soccer

    When it comes to soccer, Italy has always been an international powerhouse and a home to some of the biggest club teams in the world...

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