1. NBA Playoffs 2012: Missed Shots Remain the Thorn in the Miami Heat's Side

    Erik Spoelstra called a timeout with 14 seconds left to try and write up one last play. The Heat were down 93-91 against the Celtics , Chris Bosh was out with an abdominal strain, and LeBron James uncharacteristically fouled out of the game...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 404 reads 0 comments

  2. Rajon Rondo: Why He Is the Best Player in Postseason Right Now

    Rajon Rondo had a long journey before becoming the most dangerous point guard in this year's NBA Playoffs. He was drafted 21st overall by the Phoenix Suns in 2006 before being traded on draft night to the Boston Celtics ...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 152 reads 3 comments

  3. Yu Darvish: Can the Texas Ranger Continue Succeeding in the MLB

    Yu Darvish is 3-0, with 24 strikeouts and a 2.42 ERA. These stats aren't Cy Young numbers, but they are impressive for his first season in America...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 1,132 reads 1 comments

  4. San Antonio Spurs: How Are They Still a Dominant Team in the NBA?

    In sports history we've had many dominant teams like the NBA 's San Antonio Spurs . The Islanders of the 1980-1984 seasons won four straight championships, The Celtics from 1958-1966 ...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 1,004 reads 3 comments

  5. Philip Humber: Time for the White Sox Pitcher to Think 'What Now?'

    April 21, 2012 baseball history was made as Philip Humber pitched a perfect game . It took him only 96 pitches to register nine strikeouts and retire 27 straight Mariners batters...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 403 reads 2 comments

  6. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Is the Violence Hard Play or Too Much?

    This is one of the best times of the year for sports fans, with the beginning of the MLB season, and the start of the NBA and NHL playoffs...

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  7. Dwight Howard: Is He Really Worth Having on Your NBA Team?

    Dwight Howard , he is 6'11", 265 pounds of pure muscle, 26 years old and is one of the most dominant centers in the league...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 12,094 reads 17 comments

  8. Boston Celtics: Are They a Legitimate Threat in This Year's NBA Playoffs?

    What does this year's Boston Celtics and the 1999 New York Knicks have in common? Both were older teams in strike shortened seasons. Those Knicks made it all way to the NBA championship as the eighth seed before getting swept by the Spurs ...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 2,125 reads 10 comments

  9. Boston Hysteria: Is It Code Red for the Red Sox Yet?

    18-3—18-3, that was the final score of the Red Sox vs. Rangers game last night. Sadly for Red Sox fans it wasn't the good guys who won. The Rangers dished out 18 runs behind an incredible 21 hits and an amazing six, yes six, home runs...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 2 years ago 116 reads 1 comments

  10. LeBron James: 3 Reasons He Will Never Win an NBA Championship

    This article is going to get two types of responses: either the “I agree 100 percent with this article” response or the “ LeBron James is way too talented to never win a championship” response...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 3 years ago 1,020 reads 115 comments

  11. The 15 Greatest Performances in NHL, NFL, MLB and NBA History

    Sports are great because any game might feature one of the greatest performances in history. Such performances are incredibly rare, and somehow, they also tend to be the games you forgot to TiVo...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 3 years ago 769 reads 6 comments

  12. Stanley Cup Champions: Can the Boston Bruins Repeat as Champions?

    After an incredible Stanley Cup victory for the Boston Bruins last week, these last several days for the Bruins have flown by. They capped off their championship with a long-overdue parade in Boston...

    Andres Cordoba Written by Andres Cordoba about over 3 years ago 633 reads 5 comments