1. Cleveland Indians: Can They Win the AL Central?

    Recent injuries have contributed to the Cleveland Indians losing their grip on first place in the AL Central. After sweeping the Detroit Tigers , the Indians have lost seven of their last nine games...

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  2. Philadelphia 76ers: 7-Ingredient Recipe for Game 7 Win

    The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics meet tonight in a classic Game 7 in the Boston Garden. Everywhere you read, the Celtics are being picked to win the game...

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  3. Philadelphia 76ers: Thanks for a Great Run

    OK, we get a Game 7. But before we get caught up in that hoopla and dream about 1982, it is time to thank Doug Collins and the Philadelphia 76ers for the great season they have given their fans...

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  4. NBA Playoffs: History of the Philly vs. Boston Rivalry

    The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics will resume one of sports' long-standing rivalries when they start their playoff series this weekend...

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  5. NBA Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia 76ers Find Their Go-to Guy Just in Time

    During the regular season the Philadelphia 76ers had a terrible record in close games. They lost all eight games decided by four or fewer points. Why did this happen? There are several reasons...

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  6. NHL Playoffs 2012: Preview of Philadelphia Flyers vs. New Jersey Devils

    The Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils will meet in the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. Based on the regular season, it is reasonable to expect that the series will be closely contested...

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  7. NHL Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia Flyers Happy New Jersey Devils Won, But...

    The Philadelphia Flyers can thank the New Jersey Devils for the home-ice advantage they will have in the second round of the NHL playoffs. But the Flyers will have to face a long-time nemesis in Martin Brodeur ...

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  8. NHL Playoffs 2012: Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin Trade Sticks for Clubs

    Today, Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins trade in their hockey sticks for golf clubs. Maybe the two best hockey players in the world will have better luck in a new sport...

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  9. NHL 2012 Playoffs: Pressure Swings Back onto Flyers for Game 5

    Both the pressure and momentum took a big swing in Game 4 of the series between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  10. NHL Playoffs 2012: 3 Pittsburgh Penguins to Miss Game 4 vs. Philadelphia Flyers

    The Pittsburgh Penguins will be missing three regular players in Game 4 of their playoff series with the Philadelphia Flyers . The three missing players were all penalized for activities in Game 3...

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  11. NHL Playoffs 2012: Flyers Fans Let Penguins Know "You Can't Beat Us!"

    At the end of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoff series between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins , the Philly fans saluted the Pens with the most unkind cut of all, "You can't beat us...

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  12. What Does Dan Bylsma Have in Store for the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 3?

    What will Dan Bylsma, coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins , do in Game 3 of the playoff series with the Philadelphia Flyers ? Not much he has tried so far has worked after the first period of the two games of the series...

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  13. Why Can't the Philadelphia Flyers Play the First Period?

    Why can't the Philadelphia Flyers play the first period of a hockey game? Consider this recent history. On March 18, the Flyers fell behind the Penguins 2-0 after two periods, then came back to win in OT...

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  14. Philadelphia 76ers: Jodie Meeks' 31 Leads 76ers to Regain Atlantic Division Lead

    The Philadelphia 76ers broke the tie with the Boston Celtics to retake the lead in the Atlantic Division. The Sixers defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-85 Tuesday night...

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  15. Philadelphia 76ers vs Boston Celtics: Sixers Erupt in 3rd Period for Win

    The Philadelphia 76ers woke up in the second half in time to defeat the Boston Celtics for the second time this season. The win enabled the Sixers to keep the lead in the Atlantic Division and to take the season tie-breaker with the Celtics...

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  16. Philadelphia 76ers Folding Like a Cheap Suit

    The Philadelphia 76ers dug themselves a big hole to start the game against the New York Knicks . Each of the starting five players missed at least one shot while the Knicks raced out to a 9-0 lead...

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  17. Fantasy Baseball Draft Results: 10 B/R Writers Gear Up for the Fantasy Season

    The Bleacher Report Writers League Fantasy Baseball draft was held recently. Ten writers are participating in the league. The batter stats used in the league are: HRs, RBIs, Steals, Runs, AVG and OBP...

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  18. Report: Philadelphia Eagles Acquire LB DeMeco Ryans from Texans

    The Philadelphia Eagles might finally have solved their problem at linebacker. Rotoworld is reporting that the Eagles have obtained DeMeco Ryans from the Houston Texans for an undisclosed mid-round draft pick...

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  19. Philadelphia 76ers vs. Charlotte Bobcats: Sixers Snap Losing Streak

    The Philadelphia 76ers found the prescription for ending their losing streak: playing the Charlotte Bobcats . While the game was close through the first two quarters, the Sixers blew the game open in the third period and ended up winning 105-80...

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  20. Philadelphia Flyers: Your Time Is Now!

    The Philadelphia Flyers have four home games coming up starting tomorrow night. The thrilling last-second victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins this weekend left the Flyers two points behind the Pens and three points behind the New York Rangers ...

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  21. Sixers vs Celtics: What Is at Stake in the Atlantic Division?

    The Philadelphia 76ers have lost three games in a row, allowing the Boston Celtics to narrow the Sixers' lead to 1.5 games in the Atlantic Division. Gone are the memories of the Sixers' quick 13-3 start...

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  22. Philadelphia vs Miami: Sixers Get Closer but Still No Cigar

    The Miami Heat came into the game at Wells Fargo Center with a 13-1 record against the Sixers over the past few years. With Spencer Hawes back on the bench, there was little hope anything would be different this time...

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  23. Indianapolis vs Philadelphia: Pacers Frontcourt & Officials Bury Sixers

    The Philadelphia 76ers traveled to Indiana to face the Pacers in a game with important playoff implications. Spencer Hawes finally returned to the lineup for the Sixers...

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  24. Philadelphia vs New York: Sixers Bench Rolls over Knicks at MSG

    The Philadelphia 76ers came into Madison Square Garden energized by two recent convincing victories against winning teams. The Knicks had lost four in a row. Both teams kept their streaks going as the Sixers won, 106-94...

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  25. Philadelphia vs. Boston: Tired Celtics No Match for Sixers' Evan Turner

    First place was on the line on Wednesday at Wells Fargo Center, when the Philadelphia 76ers hosted the Boston Celtics . Wednesday evening, at least, there was little doubt who the better team was...

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