1. John McEnroe: Tennis and New York Go Together

    It has been the warmest of winters in New York, one in which many golf courses in the area never actually closed, while area ski resorts suffered...

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  2. Magic Johnson 'Dishes' On ESPN Doc, Broadway Play

    It has been two decades since Earvin "Magic" Johnson , months removed from announcing his retirement and HIV infection in November 1991, made his triumphant return to professional ...

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  3. Kevin Daniels Looks to Bring Some 'Magic' to Broadway

    It is not easy to portray a legend on stage or screen, but Kevin Daniels is not one to shy away from a challenge. The 35-year-old has played Dr...

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  4. Former Syracuse Lacrosse Star Rorke Denver Assumes New Role in 'Act of Valor'

    There are still way too many times where we equate the terms of battle with sporting events, even as America winds down from conflict on two fronts...

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  5. Life After Prince Fielder: What's Next for Brewers? Owner Mark Attanasio Speaks

    The Milwaukee Brewers had a storied 2011, surprising many and riding the long balls of Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder into the playoffs—recalling the days when Gorman Thomas, ...

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  6. Venus Williams, Serena Williams, John McEnroe, Martina Hingis in WTT Draft

    World TeamTennis, whose eight teams compete in a team format in July, today held its Marquee player draft, covering the top stars assigned to each team...

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  7. 'Act of Valor' to Take Extreme Action Fans to New Extremes

    The adrenaline junkie seems to always be looking for what’s next. What’s the next big thrill? The next event that pushes the envelope? The next star who will elevate the ...

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  8. Archie Manning Reflects on Being a Super Bowl Dad—Again

    Even with all the controversy surrounding his middle son Peyton and where he will end up next season, Archie Manning couldn’t be happier...

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  9. Power Play: Brees, Rodgers, Brady Top Sports Power 100

    One of the age-old comparisons in sport is who is better: Willie Mays or Mickey Mantle, Wayne Gretzky or Mario Lemieux, Joe Montana or Dan Marino and on and on and on...

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  10. A “Bosom Buddy” Joins Larry Legend and Friends on Broadway

    There was a time in the 1980s that Peter Scolari dressed like a woman and palled around on TV with Tom Hanks in the legendary sitcom Bosom Buddies on ABC...

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  11. Former Michigan, Steelers, Vikings Coach Jed Hughes Joins Top Search Firm

    As major colleges and professional sports teams look to fill coaching and top-level administrative positions, they are increasingly looking toward executive search firms to narrow the field and find the best fit...

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  12. As Tennis Starts in Hot Australia, McEnroe Academy Success Warms a N.Y. Winter

    It is a cold, snowless January in New York, and the eyes of the tennis world are casting far glances to Australia, where the 2012 professional season is already underway and the Australian Open is on the horizon...

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  13. Greg Jennings Talks Playoffs, His Place in Packers History

    It might just be coincidence that when two-time Pro Bowler Greg Jennings, one of the leaders of last year's Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers , went down after being tackled in the team's 46-16 win over Oakland on Dec...

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  14. The 'Other' Hoops Team in Manhattan Makes Some 'Magic'

    As basketball fans get riled up to see Carmelo, Amare and company open their season for the Knicks against the Celtics on Christmas Day, New York's other hoops drama is making moves of its own...

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  15. Wendy Booker: Extreme Athlete, Mom, MS Survivor Who Aims High

    New Year Eve is always a time of reflection and making promises, both realistic and outrageous, for the coming year. It is a time of rebirth, renewal and endless possibilities...

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  16. Vegas, Baby? Pac-12's Larry Scott Keeps Changing the Face of College Sports

    A few years ago the college sports world looked askance at what was then known as the Pac 10 Conference as the presidents announced the naming of Larry Scott as their new commissioner, replacing longtime leader Tom Hansen...

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  17. New Parcells Biography Uncans "Big Tuna"

    In his more than three decades coaching in the pros (and for much of the preceding 15 years or so in the college ranks), Bill Parcells pretty much had his way...

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  18. Former College Hoopster Pegged To Play Larry Bird on Broadway

    Mixed amidst the opening of training camp and the Chris Paul trade mess was another announcement surrounding the NBA , this one a very positive development...

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  19. Poker Looks for a Positive Gamble with the Nation's Cup

    Anyone who has ever gambled realizes that partaking in such activities, especially one like poker, will have its ups and downs...

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  20. “Robin Hood of Poker” to Lead His Band of Merry Men and Women at Nations Cup

    This coming week in London, some of the world’s most talented poker players, as well as those of other Mind Sports, will gather for the Nations Cup, the first-ever duplicate ...

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  21. Can a Broadway Hoops Play Help the Ills of the NBA?

    While NBA fans continue to sit quietly by, two Broadway producers who have had great success mixing sport and entertainment are moving doggedly along with their latest project...

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  22. Find a Marathoner? There's an App for That

    When more than 47,000 runners take to the streets of the five boroughs of New York on Sunday for the ING New York City Marathon , they'll be joined by hundreds of thousands of fans lining the streets for the entire 26...

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  23. Social Side of Sports Spurs Startup PlayUp

    Aaron Rodgers threads the needle on a TD pass to Packers teammate Jermichael Finley. Man U's Wayne Rooney finds the back of the net– three times–against hated rival Arsenal ...

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  24. "Jennicide" Taking On the World, One "Heart" at a Time

    Jennifer Leigh, or as she is known by her somewhat alter ego, “Jennicide,” is an enigma in the world of high stakes poker. The blonde-haired Delaware native has been playing poker in some form since she was a child...

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  25. Ante Up: Groups Promote Poker as a Mind Sport

    From the Wild West to Monte Carlo, poker has lived in the sometimes rough-and-tumble world of gambling. Though glitzy ESPN productions and billion-dollar casinos have spit-shined the image, clearly most connect the game with its gaming aspects...

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