1. Jeremy Lin: Why Lin's Magic Won't Work in the Playoffs

    Almost a year ago today, the Knicks sapped all their newfound chemistry when they traded piecemeal building blocks Wilson Chandler, Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari and Timofey Mozgov to Denver for Carmelo Anthony ...

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  2. Allen Iverson: 7 Teams Who Should Target the Veteran

    For any NBA team crazy enough to still inquire, Allen Iverson would seemingly only bring baggage-infested questions, not answers...

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  3. Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Reasons They Will Win the NFC East in 2012

    One more win. That's all it would have taken. One measly fourth-quarter defensive stop against a sloppier-than-Britney Spears Atlanta team, or a more overwhelmed-than- Andy Reid ...

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  4. 2012 NFL Draft: 5 Players Who Would Instantly Help the Philadelphia Eagles

    With the exception of marginal contributors like linebacker Jamar Chaney and safety Kurt Coleman in 2010 (seventh round) and linebacker Stewart Bradley in 2007 (third round), Andy ...

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  5. PGA Golf: 4 Lessons Learned at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

    In November 2009, after a shady episode of infidelities ended with the minor car crash heard 'round the world, golf's perennial hero experienced his tragic fall from grace. In the PGA, anarchy ensued...

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  6. Jeremy Lin: 5 Teams Who Could Use the New York Point Guard

    Only in New York could such an obvious flash-in-the-pan superstar be labeled as the franchise savior , generate an online All-Star campaign and inspire his own rap song after two (yes two!) good games...

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  7. 2012 NFL Free Agents: 7 Players the Philadelphia Eagles Must Target

    Over the last six months, the Philadelphia Eagles have experienced a perfect storm of organizational failures comparable to the second Bush administration...

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  8. Stephen A. Smith vs. Skip Bayless: Who Would Win in a Cage Match?

    Both men are paid big "Worldwide Leader in Sports" dollars to entertain the masses with their emotion-fueled opinions on the world of sports...

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  9. 10 Best Offensive Linemen in the 2012 NFL Draft

    To fans, drafting an offensive lineman in the first round is like clipping your toenails and then eating them with salsa. It's just about the least sexiest move a team can make. Forget the salsa part...

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  10. 7 Reasons Doug Collins of the Philadelphia 76ers Deserves Coach of the Year

    Throughout his persistent, four-stop coaching career, Doug Collins and his beautiful basketball mind have been stricken with Marty Schottenheimer luck...

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  11. 2012 NFL Draft: Predicting the Philadelphia Eagles' Full 7 Round Draft

    In his 13 previous drafts as Eagles head coach, Andy Reid has never selected a linebacker in the first round. As a matter of fact, as a franchise, the Eagles haven't drafted a linebacker in the opening stanza since Jerry Robinson in 1979...

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  12. NBA Trade Talk: 5 Deals That Would Spark Philadelphia 76ers

    Last offseason, the talented yet starless Sixers had their fans foaming at the idea of a long awaited Andre Iguodala trade...

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  13. The Most Memorable Fan Jeers in Sports History

    Philadelphia vs. New York. The Hundred Years' War. The Cain and Abel of professional sports towns. The territorial bloodline for Eastern supremacy rooted firmly in mutual disrespect...

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  14. Worst Endorsement Deals of All-Time for Professional Athletes

    What if Sam Hurd told you to “Stay Above the Influence”, or Jerry Sandusky did a Public Service Announcement about the dangers of cyber bullying? Would you listen to ...

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  15. 10 WRs in the 2012 NFL Draft Who Could Be the Next Calvin Johnson

    At this point, smash-mouth football is about as prehistoric as a Tyrannosaurus Rex or network television. To put it simply, the best teams have the best quarterbacks. And the best quarterbacks sling the rock more often than thrill-seeking cavemen...

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  16. Boston Sports: Top 10 Most Heartbreaking Losses in a Decade of Dominance

    2012 is officially upon us and while it may forever serve as the ominous prelude to the Mayan-inspired end of the world, 2012 does carry an extra hint of significance for the region-encompassing legion of devoted Beantown sports fans...

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  17. NCAA Basketball: The All One and Done Team

    There’s a reason old men love women’s college basketball, and it has nothing to do their aging, Viagara-inspired hormones...

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  18. Australian Open 2012: What Each Men's Semifinalist Needs to Do to Make Finals

    Have you been paying attention, America? In the midst of the NFL playoffs, the death of Joe Paterno and the NASCAR-style sprint that is the convoluted NBA schedule, my guess is you’re ...

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  19. Bill Belichick and John Calipari: The Last of a Dying Coaching Breed

    Imagine Hannibal Lecter and Darth Vader as long-lost brothers. That’s the most operative-buzz analogy connecting the great polarizer and his anarchist doppelganger...

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  20. Calling ESPN and HBO: 10 Sports Stories That Deserve a Documentary

    Through an overlapping rise to innovative prominence, ESPN and HBO have collectively re-defined our television viewing experience. They’ve done this by maximizing the intrinsic value of a good story...

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  21. Tim Tebow: The Real Moral Error of Tebowmania

    Consider this, America. Before you label me as everything from a bigot to a hater to a lowlife for denouncing Tim Tebow , just ask yourself a few simple questions: If Tebow were ...

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  22. Conference Re-Alignment, NHL Style

    Leave it to the Olympics. In a single instant, the emotional fate of an entire continent came to a screeching halt. Leave it to hockey...

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  23. 2011 MLB Playoffs: Power Ranking the Managers

    Baseball managers are like television producers: No matter how good of a job they do, the credit will always be deflected towards the people working under them...

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  24. MLB in the 2000s: How the Phillies Became a Powerhouse

    To a casual Phillies fan, it was Jimmy Rollins’ mouth that ignited the seismic shift in the team’s cultural landscape...

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  25. Comparing Sports Figures to the "Entourage"

    Quick. Name the only show besides SportsCenter that could fit Drew Brees, Marc Cuban and Minka Kelly into the same half-hour. Sorry PTI. Now even quicker...

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