1. College Football's All-Disappointment Team Has the NFL Worried

    Growing up, the last thing you wanted to hear is that someone is disappointed in you.  College Football’s All-Disappointment Team has fans saddened, coaches let down, and NFL scouts dissatisfied...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 854 reads 15 comments

  2. Larry Johnson To Sign with Cincinnati Bengals: Fantasy Football Impact

    Ten weeks deep into the fantasy football season the waiver wire starts looking like a graveyard, especially when looking for running backs...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 749 reads 7 comments

  3. Stephen Jackson Traded to Bobcats for Raja Bell: NBA Fantasy Basketball Impact

    It is no surprise that the Golden State Warriors were the first team to make a major deal this season, trading the disgruntled Stephen Jackson (and Acie Law) to the Charlotte Bobcats for Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 1,714 reads 12 comments

  4. NBA Power Rankings: Cavs and Hawks Lead the Way in the NBA

    There are two things that can make a good NBA team falter throughout the season, age and injuries. At the 10-game mark, we are starting to see a consistent effort from the younger and deeper ...

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  5. Cleveland Cavaliers Exposing Holes in Florida's Finest

    In back-to-back games on back-to-back nights, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers bested their opponents by a total of 16 points...

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  6. 2010 NFL Mock Draft: November's Rough Draft

    It's never too early for a mock NFL Draft in my eyes, which is why I am unveiling my "rough draft" for 2010 in November. The draft order is starting to shape up and there are even a few juniors putting their names in the mix...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 4,711 reads 41 comments

  7. NBA Power Rankings: Lakers Back on Top, Suns and Heat Rising Fast

    After two weeks of action we’re getting a pretty good idea of who’s for real and who’s just hanging on in the NBA. With half the league looking pretty good and half the League looking pretty bad here’s your power rankings: 1..

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 885 reads 8 comments

  8. Fantasy Basketball Players Flying Under The Radar

    Every fantasy basketball owner wants to get out to a hot start—why wouldn't you, right? We have a long season ahead of us and just because somebody has been a disappointment through ...

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  9. NBA Power Rankings: Cavs & Lakers Knocked Off Their Block

    It has been a great week of NBA action so far, we’ve seen good teams lose and bad teams lose more. We also have three teams looking outstanding despite missing a piece or two from their key rotation...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 680 reads 4 comments

  10. Knicks' Danilo Gallinari Plans Assault On All Three-Point Records

    Who is the best shooter you've ever seen? During the 2005-'06 NBA season, I had an opportunity to watch Seattle's Ray Allen set the NBA record for threes made when he canned 269 of his 653 attempts in 78 regular season games...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 1,324 reads 13 comments

  11. Fantasy Basketball: Three S's For Success In November

    If you aren't knee deep in NBA hoops by now you aren't a fan of the game. For fantasy basketball owners this can be one of the hectic times of the season because you are trying to adjust your roster before the others realize who's hot and who's not...

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  12. NBA Power Rankings: The 2009-10 Season Tips Off

    Ladies and gentlemen, the NBA season has arrived. While talks of 2010 are heavy, everyone at the top of the league is still playing for that coveted title—and they made the moves to prove it...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 562 reads 10 comments

  13. Fantasy Basketball: Three S's For Success In October

    Every fantasy basketball title run consists of stars, starters, and sleepers—or as I like to say the Three S's For Success...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 1,923 reads 7 comments

  14. NBA Fantasy Basketball Sleepers: Every Team Has One

    In fantasy basketball he sleepers are key, they are the players that put your team over the edge in a close matchup or save you when a starter goes down. There is a difference between a sleeper and a value pick...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 6,095 reads 6 comments

  15. Texas-Oklahoma: Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy Fail NFL Scouts in Red River Shootout

    This year's Red River shootout between Texas and Oklahoma was anything but lackluster, however if you are an NFL team looking for a savior at quarterback, your list may have gotten two players shorter...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 1,429 reads 2 comments

  16. NBA Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Centers (C) 2009-10

    The toughest position in fantasy basketball is the centers. It seems like half of these guys were hurt last year and their numbers are so bunched to began with...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 5,984 reads 2 comments

  17. NBA Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Power Forwards (PF) 2009-10

    Some ride point guards and power forwards to a fantasy basketball title and if that's the case, half of your equation is in this list...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 5,173 reads 13 comments

  18. NBA Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Small Forwards (SF) 2009-10

    When you're scouting the small forward position in fantasy basketball, you want a guy who can do it all. You may even be willing to sacrifice a few points if it means getting some blocks or steals in return...

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  19. NBA Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Shooting Guards (SG) 2009-10

    The first thing you want from your fantasy basketball shooting guard is scoring, but that’s not enough for most fantasy owners.If you can’t pass, rebound, hit the three, and steal a few balls you won’t be on my fantasy roster...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 5,686 reads 12 comments

  20. NBA Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Point Guards (PG) 2009-10

    Picking the point guards for your fantasy basketball team can make or break your season. These are the guys responsible for most of your team’s assists, but if you only get a guy who dishes the rock, you may come up short on other categories...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 7,809 reads 26 comments

  21. 10 NBA Rookies Making a Difference from Day One

    Some NBA players will tell you how tough it is to adjust to the NBA. Other players will tell you it was a fairly smooth transition.The difference between the two usually has to do with how successful players are as rookies...

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  22. Sam Bradford and Tim Tebow Rehab NFL Draft Stock, Jevan Snead Ailing

    In this tough economy, NFL QB money is looking better than ever which makes it even more amazing that two Heisman winners, Tim Tebow and Sam Bradford, decided to return to school in 2009...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 1,919 reads 20 comments

  23. Testing The Waters: First Two Fantasy Basketball Drafts

    Before I can finalize my fantasy basketball player rankings I always have to participate in a few drafts to get a feel for things...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 684 reads 2 comments

  24. The NBA's Top 10 Coaches Heading Into 2009-10

    What does it take to be one of the best coaches in the NBA? The first thing you look at is who’s winning titles, but to be honest Phil Jackson and Gregg Popovich have been doing most of that...

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  25. How Dez Bryant's Ineligibility Impacts His NFL Draft Status

    In the thick of college football season, Oklahoma State's star WR Dez Bryant has been declared ineligible after violating NCAA Bylaw 10.1...

    John  Lorge Written by John Lorge about 5 years ago 1,077 reads 7 comments