1. Sports Figures Who Remind Us of the "Entourage" Cast

    If you haven't been watching Entourage for the past seven years, then there had better be a great excuse for it. The show is my personal favorite of all time, and I recommend it to anyone...

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  2. MLB Trade Scenario: The Chances of the Marlins Dealing Hanley at the Deadline

    Motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals, and Hanley Ramirez doesn't seem to have any of that going on this season. Hanley is hitting a dismal .255 so far this season and has only 9 home runs to go along with 41 RBI...

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  3. MLB Trade Rumors: SF Giants Should Put All Their Eggs in the Hunter Pence Basket

    With the trade deadline rapidly approaching us, it seems evident that the San Francisco Giants are going to make a move...

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  4. MLB Trade Scenario: The Chances of Carlos Zambrano Being Dealt to Boston

    The AL East has been its usually competitive self so far this season, and all three top teams wouldn't mind to add another top starting pitcher to their respective rotations...

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  5. NFL Free Agency: Houston & Chicago Should Take a Chance on Plaxico or S. Moss

    The Bears have always been known for their top notch defense and their mediocre offense. Jay Cutler has been the best quarterback for the franchise since Jim McMahon, (who last ...

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  6. NFL Dual Threats: The Top 15 Receiving Threats from the Running Back Position

    The NFL has transformed into a pass-happy league, and some running backs have thrived because of it. The ability for a running back to be an option out in the flat or in short ...

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  7. The Greatest Moments in Home Run Derby History

    If there is one thing that baseball definitely does right, it's the Home Run Derby. The first Home Run Derby took place in 1985 in the Metrodome...

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  8. MLB First Half: The NL & AL Award Winners If the Season Ended Today

    The Major League Baseball season is closing in on yet another All-Star game, and there have been many surprises so far this year. The Indians were off to a hot start, while the Red Sox started out slumping to a dismal 2-9 record...

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  9. 5 Cities That May Not Witness a Major Sports Championship During This Decade

    Bringing a championship home can do wonders for a franchise and the city that supports it. Areas such as Pittsburgh , New England and Los Angeles have been blessed over the past decade to witness their teams win multiple championships...

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  10. NBA Draft 2011: Why Trading for Stephen Jackson Makes the Bucks Contenders

    With Michael Redd being hurt for most of the season, it seemed like the Milwaukee Bucks were one player away from making the push to becoming a playoff team...

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  11. NBA Draft 2011 Results: Analyzing the 3 Biggest Draft-Day Trades

    Steve Nash, Tony Parker and Kevin Love were the big names rumored to be dealt on draft night. In the end, none of these guys were dealt, but it did provide viewers with some interesting content to watch out for...

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  12. Carlos Zambrano and MLB's Top 10 Hitting Pitchers of the Last 15 Years

    When it comes to baseball, pitchers are not known for their hitting. Pitchers don't receive as many opportunities to hit in today's game because of managers increasing the number of relievers throwing more and more innings...

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  13. NBA Draft 2011: Why Matt Howard Should Be Selected on Thursday Night

    Losing back-to-back NCAA championships must take a toll on a player, but when that player is also the star player and is still predicted not to be drafted, that could be the icing on the cake...

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  14. 5 Sluggers Who Have a Chance at the Home Run Title

    In a year that's been called the year of the pitcher, their seems to be no holding back when it comes to home run hitting...

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  15. NBA Draft 2011: Which Round 2 Pick Will Be the Next Manu Ginobili

    Making it to the NBA is one of the hardest accomplishments in America today. With less than one percent of athletes making the cut, being drafted is a huge deal...

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  16. 2011 NBA Mock Draft: Kyrie Irving & Enes Kanter Will Rock the City of Cleveland

    The 2011 NBA Draft is a mere ten days away, ang things are continually heating up. The Cleveland Cavaliers were graced with the first and fourth overall picks and see these picks ...

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  17. Big East Expansion: Why the UCF Knights Should Be the Clear Cut Choice

    UCF is the second-largest populated school in the U.S.A. With more than 50,000 students, this school is up there with the likes of Ohio State, Arizona State, and Minnesota. The Knights took the Conference USA crown this year, posting a 11-3 record...

    Jeffrey  Schmidt Written by Jeffrey Schmidt about over 3 years ago 3,544 reads 54 comments

  18. NFL Coaching Carousel: Where the Former Elite NFL Coaches Will End Up in 2012

    The life of an NFL coach is a 365 day a year grind. From game planning to making roster moves, coach's endure a whole lot of responsibility and are usually on a short leash with their respective teams...

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  19. The Top 10 Blowouts in Championship Game/Series History

    When two teams make it to a championship game, the expectations are that they are the top-tier teams or players in that sport...

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  20. Albert Pujols and the 8 Biggest Steals in MLB Draft History

    Baseball is a game of numbers. These numbers often decide who is in the Hall of Fame and who is not. With 50 rounds in this year's draft, it often happens that great players get overlooked and become late-round steals...

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  21. NBA Playoffs 2011: Position-by-Position Breakdown of the Miami Heat/Dallas Mavs

    In a rematch of the 2006 NBA Finals, anything can happen. With the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks coming of impressive comeback wins, we will see tonight which team can sustain a lead and take advantage of the other teams weaknesses...

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  22. The Contenders and Pretenders of the MLB Season so Far

    Each year the baseball season is filled with surprises. Last year the San Francisco Giants surprised the world by winning the world series, but almost missed the playoffs due to the San Diego Padres ...

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  23. Moments in American Sports History That Uplifted the Nation During Times of War

    As we begin Memorial Day weekend, we realize how lucky and blessed we are to live in this great nation. Veterans and current armed force members are the real heroes who have stood their ground to make sure freedom prevails...

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