1. The 20 Nastiest Dunks in Kentucky Basketball History

    The Kentucky Wildcats' tradition has spanned several decades. Fans know this. Foes have to acknowledge this, even if they do so begrudgingly. Included in this rich tradition is a nice collection of great dunks...

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  2. Houston Texans Suffered the Most Gut Wrenching Loss We've Seen in a While

    The Houston Texans were well on their way to taking the first step to turn their season around after one half of play against the Indianapolis Colts ...

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  3. Kentucky Football: Mark Stoops and the Wildcats Have Handled Tough Schedule Well

    When the Kentucky Wildcats' 2013 schedule was released, one couldn't help but see the gauntlet Mark Stoops would have to face in his first season as a head coach. You had to wince as it virtually jumped right off of the page at you...

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  4. Kentucky Football: Optimism Abounds, Florida Still Poses Challenges for Kentucky

    The Kentucky Wildcats will attempt to end 26 years of frustration when the Florida Gators visit Lexington on Sept. 28. It will be the second time in the last three seasons that the Cats have encountered such a streak...

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  5. Kentucky Basketball: Tyler Ulis Will Show You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover

    Tyler Ulis ' arrival to Lexington could easily go unnoticed by most of the students enrolled at the University of Kentucky. There is a chance that it could slip by the casual Kentucky Wildcats fan as well...

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  6. Tracy McGrady Tribute: A Look at Some of His Memorable NBA Highlights

    Tracy McGrady made his NBA debut on October 31, 1997. He came in as a skinny high school kid known more for being Vince Carter's cousin. He left as one of the greatest scorers to ever play the game...

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  7. Atlanta Braves' 11: Impressive Streak Shows a Glimpse of What Team Can Do

    The more things change for the Atlanta Braves , the more they stay the same. The first time the Braves rolled into D.C. to face the Washington Nationals , they made a statement...

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  8. NBA Finals: 7 Greatest Shots in Finals Losses

    The NBA season has just ended, leaving us to reflect on the Miami Heat winning their second consecutive championship. Like all the champs that preceded them, the Heat needed some clutch shots along the way to come out on top...

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  9. Kentucky Basketball: Coach Calipari's Incoming Class Has Kyle Wiltjer Leaving

    Kyle Wiltjer was at a crossroads, facing a decision he felt he had to make. He wrestled with wanting to stay at Kentucky to make more memories or leave and take the memories he had made with him...

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  10. Kentucky Football: Wildcats' Historic Recruiting Is Just Getting Silly Now

    For longtime, long-suffering Kentucky football fans, you know exactly what I mean by the title of this article. Down through the years, there have been brief snippets of positive moments...

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  11. Memphis Grizzlies: Lionel Hollins' and the Franchise's Best Just Wasn't Enough

    Lionel Hollins has been around the proverbial sports block a time or two as both a player and coach. He knows the deal. It's a highly competitive results-based bottom line business...

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  12. NBA Finals: LeBron & Duncan, the More Things Change the More They Stay the Same

    LeBron James and Tim Duncan have been here before, opposing one another in pursuit of an NBA title. In 2007, LeBron and his Cleveland Cavaliers were on the wrong end of a four-game sweep at the hands of Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs...

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  13. NBA Playoffs 2013: Tayshaun Prince Is Familiar with Memphis Grizzlies New Stage

    Tayshaun Prince 's basketball journey is like that of most big time players—it's full of successes and achievements en route to the NBA . For him, it all started at national powerhouse Dominguez High School...

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  14. NBA Playoffs: Savvy Former Players Lead Teams in the New Western Conference

    It doesn't seem all that long ago that the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls were working their way up the NBA playoffs food chain. Both teams eventually spent time at the top and got to see the view the Lakers and Celtics had long enjoyed...

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  15. NBA Playoffs: Houston Rockets Live to Fight Another Day, Lessons Continue

    As the Houston Rockets ' season hung in the balance, Jason Friedman of Rockets.com may have said it best. Rockets lead went from 7 to 2 quicker than you can say, "KD." 1:13 left...

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  16. 2013 NBA Playoffs: Taj Gibson Makes His Presence Felt with Another Facial

    When you think of Taj Gibson , what comes to mind? At 6'9" and 225 pounds, he's tall and athletic. That alone won't set him apart from any other NBA forward, though. Throughout his career he's averaged 7...

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  17. Braves' Sizzling Start Gets Hotter with Early Season Sweep of Nationals

    The Atlanta Braves arrived in Washington on a serious roll with a record of 8-1. Nothing has changed in the loss column as they leave the nation's capital with an MLB -best 11-1 mark...

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  18. 2013 NCAA Tournament: Fan or Not the Louisville Cardinals Had Themselves a Day

    Basketball is king in the Bluegrass State, always has been, always will be. The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats dominate the landscape and topics of conversation across the state all year long...

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  19. '72 Dolphins & '71-72 Lakers Both Impressive, Lakers Streak Is Easier to Love

    Winning streaks have been prominent thus far in 2013. The Chicago Blackhawks reeled off 24 straight games with a point to start the season, an NHL record...

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  20. Kentucky Basketball: Wildcats Find Themselves Backed into a Corner

    When a wildcat is cornered in the wild, bad things may be in store for the person or animal who did the cornering...

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  21. Kentucky Basketball: Cartoon in Louisville Paper Is Sad on Multiple Levels

    To say that the Kentucky Wildcats' season has gone a little awry would be accurate. It would also be a bit of an understatement. The defending champs didn't return any starters from last year's team...

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  22. Kentucky Basketball: Wildcats Must Deal with Transition Within Their Transition

    The Kentucky Wildcats' entire season has been one of transition. They had to adjust to being the defending national champions even though their roster looked nothing like the one that cut down the nets last April...

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  23. Kentucky Basketball: Nerlens Noel Falls Victim to the Injury Bug

    Nerlens Noel was just doing what he does—hustling and going all out as usual. Noel, the leading shot-blocker in the nation, had just chased down Florida's Mike Rosario and swatted his would-be layup attempt to keep Kentucky's deficit at 12...

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  24. Kentucky Football: Mark Stoops and the Wildcats Have to Start Somewhere

    Mark Stoops and his staff have been pretty impressive so far this offseason. He has made Kentucky football recruiting history without even coaching a down...

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  25. Kentucky Basketball: Young Wildcats Have Forced Us to Reevaluate Our Evaluations

    Last season ended on the highest of notes for the Kentucky Wildcats. They were the last team standing when the last game of the season concluded, earning them their eighth national championship...

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