1. NBA Playoffs 2012: Reasons Heat Will Dominate the Finals

    It was not an easy path to the NBA Finals for the Miami Heat . Through much pressure and adversity, LeBron James , Dwyane Wade Chris Bosh and company have taken the Heat to back-to-back finals...

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  2. NBA Playoffs 2012: When Will LeBron James Get the Credit He Deserves?

    It was a spectacular showing. After all the criticism of not being clutch, LeBron James took his talents to Boston in a big way. James had 30 points in the first half alone...

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  3. NBA Playoffs 2012: Why Didn't Chris Bosh Play More in Game 5?

    Chris Bosh made his return in Game 5 of the Miami Heat - Boston Celtics NBA playoff series. Immediately, he was able to make an impact with just offensive rebounding and his presence alone...

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  4. French Open 2012 Results: Top Head-Scratching Performances Thus Far

    There have been a ton of head-scratching moments thus far at the French Open. Some surprises, more disbelief and overall a good time to be a fan of tennis. There have been some five-set matches with top players...

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  5. NBA Draft 2012: Biggest Needs for Miami Heat

    The 2012 NBA draft is at the end of the month, and the Miami Heat will have options to increase their depth. There are issues at certain positions that the team in South Beach will need to address...

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  6. Novak Djokovic: Counting Down Djoker's Best Moments on Clay Courts

    Novak Djokovic is one step away from achieving the ultimate feat in tennis. If he conquers the French Open, the Serb will finish off the "Career Slam," meaning he's won all four grand slams...

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  7. West Virginia Football: What Mountaineers Must Do to Avoid Struggling in Big 12

    With the West Virginia Mountaineers heading to the Big 12 Conference, there isn't much room for error. Facing the likes of Texas, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Kansas State and Oklahoma is quite a grueling task...

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  8. French Open 2012: Superstars Facing Massive Hurdles This Week

    Week two of the French Open is upon us. After a wild first week, including the second-longest match in French Open history, the best tennis is still yet to come. French Open favorite Rafael Nadal is looking to win his seventh title at Roland Garros..

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  9. The Sacramento Kings Era in the NBA

    Looking back, the Sacramento Kings played complete team basketball from the 1998 season through 2004. They may have never won an NBA Championship, but they always dazzled fans, reporters and spectators of the game...

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  10. NBA Playoffs 2012: Why Chris Bosh Shouldn't Rush Back from Injury

    Chris Bosh is a large part of the Miami Heat 's success in the 2011-2012 season. He's been used in the offensive schemes, especially in the pick-and-roll. He also brings rebounding ability and a taller frame for an undersized team...

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  11. NBA Playoffs 2012: Technical Fouls Are Getting Ridiculous, Ruining Games

    For everyone who saw the Boston Celtics vs. Miami Heat Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, there were a lot of questionable calls given out by the officials. Technical fouls MUST be given out for a reason...

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  12. French Open 2012 Scores: Underdogs Who Will Continue to Shock

    We know who the big guys are going into the French Open. Guys like Roger Federer , Novak Djovokic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray are expected to be playing the last weekend of the tournament...

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  13. Udonis Haslem Is Key to a Miami Heat Victory in the Eastern Conference Finals

    Miami Heat captain Udonis Haslem is one of two players from the 2006 championship team. He has been the heart and soul of this team, and that was evident after he was suspended for Game 6 of Miami's series with the Indiana Pacers ...

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  14. French Open 2012: Players Who Will Give Rafael Nadal a Run for the Title

    Rafael Nadal is the clear favorite going into the 2012 French Open . There are some players who can give the Spaniard a run for his money. Nadal is chasing his seventh Grand Slam, which will be the best of all time...

    Amit Batra Written by Amit Batra about over 2 years ago 1,027 reads 9 comments

  15. French Open 2012 Bracket: Power Ranking Top Players in Men's Bracket

    The 2012 French Open is officially underway. Already we have seen an upset in No. 26 Andy Roddick on the first day of action. Roddick fell to Nicolas Mahut in four sets...

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  16. French Open 2012: Andy Roddick Ousted in the First Round

    Former U.S. Open Champion Andy Roddick has been ousted in the first round of the French Open. Nicolas Mahut, ranked No. 88, took care of the 2003 U.S. Open Champion in four sets, 6-3, 6-3, 4-6 and 6-2...

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  17. Dwyane Wade-Ray Allen Matchup Will Be Key in Eastern Conference Finals

    The Boston Celtics have defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 85-75 in Game 7 and will advance to face the Miami Heat in the NBA Eastern Conference finals...

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  18. Mike Miller Stepped Up in Game 6 for the Miami Heat

    Miami Heat forward Mike Miller had a major impact in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The veteran Florida Gator finished with 12 points, and made some big three pointers after a perfect start...

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  19. The Miami Heat Will Need Players to Step Up in Game 6

    The loss of Miami Heat 's Udonis Haslem is a big blow. The Heat will need players to step up in game 6 to be able to close out the series. Since game 4, only Haslem has been able to contribute other than Dwyane Wade and LeBron James ...

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  20. The Legacy of Bill Stewart at WVU

    Former West Virginia head coach Bill Stewart died of an apparent heart attack on Monday afternoon, collapsing during a game of golf. Stewart, 59, had his tenure start at the 2008 Fiesta bowl against Oklahoma in 2008...

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  21. Verlander's Third No-Hitter Will Come Eventually

    Every time Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander hits the mound, there is a chance of him pitching a no-hitter. That's how good he is...

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  22. Are Technical Fouls Given out Too Often in the NBA?

    After viewing the technical foul given out to Clippers forward Reggie Evans , I began to wonder if technical fouls are given out too often in the NBA . It seems that technical fouls are given without purpose by some NBA referees...

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  23. Roger Federer's New Ranking Will Help His Confidence in the French Open

    In the tennis world, it's a bit unusual to see legend Roger Federer not have a No. 1 or No. 2 near his name at Grand Slams...

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  24. The Legacy of West Virginia Basketball Head Coach Bob Huggins

    Bob Huggins , the West Virginia men's basketball head coach, is still considered a bit underrated when you talk about legendary coaches in college basketball...

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  25. NBA Playoffs 2012: Is Flopping Becoming a Large Problem?

    With the recent comments of Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel and David Stern this week, I've begun to think of the seriousness of flopping in the NBA ...

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