1. SEC Notes: Is LSU The Forgotten Team In the Conference?

    With the College Football season upon us, many eyes are on the SEC, and for good reason. Georgia is ranked number one in the pre-season polls, Florida has the reining Heisman Trophy winner, ...

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  2. NL East: Mets, Phillies, and Marlins Look For Division Title, All Have Issues

    The race in the National League East has heated up and will be a dogfight the rest of the way. The Marlins took the early lead but were over-taken by Philadelphia for most of the first half of the season...

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  3. Yankees Pound Red Sox, Move to within One Game of Second Place

    The Yankees crept closer to Boston in the standings by beating them at Fenway 10-3. New York has won the first two games of this pivotal series and has remained undefeated since the All Star break...

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  4. Yankees-Twins: New York Sweeps Minnesota, Boston Red Sox On Deck

    Mike Mussina won his 13th game of the year as the Yankees extended their home-winning streak to 10 games by besting Glenn Perkins and the Twins, 5-1. Minnesota gift-wrapped this win for the Yankees with a crucial mental error in the fifth inning...

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  5. Greatest Modern Day Sports Rivalries: Which Ones Top The List?

    When we start talking about great rivalries, we have to first determine the criteria that that we will use to come to our conclusions...

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  6. Yankees Look To Shake Off Sluggish First Half, And Injuries

    The New York Yankees limped into the All-Star brea,k losing three out of four games (one to Pittsburgh and two out of three to Toronto), and face some daunting questions as they look ...

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  7. Tennis: Wimbledon Showcases What Is Right In Sports

    We were treated to one of the most entertaining and thrilling Wimbledons in recent history. Yes, the men’s final was the most competitive and dramatic match in the history of the sport, because of the quality of the match and what was at stake...

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  8. Chicago Bulls: In Need Of General Manager Help

    The Chicago Bulls need help at the General Manager position to turn their team’s future around. They have been helped by the horrible management and judgement of the New York Knicks, but still can’t get over the hump...

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  9. Which Sport Has The Best Athletes? Opinions Vary, But Football Leads The Way

    When we talk about which sport has the best athletes, we have to define what it means to be a good athlete. The ability to sustain speed, strength, and agility simultaneously in competition, displaying the skill to excel at more than one sport...

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  10. Tiger Adds To His Legend, Beats Mediate In Playoff, Wins U.S. Open

    Just when we thought we had seen just about everything from Tiger Woods, he once again finds a spectacular way to defy the odds and come out on top in a major. It wasn’t the fact that he won...

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  11. Boston Celtics Look to Close Out Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers

    As Boston looks to close out Los Angeles and add another NBA championship to their arsenal, it is not hard to figure out why the Lakers are having a hard time deciphering the Celtics...

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  12. Spurs Watch Boston Show Them The Way To Victory In Game One Win Over Lakers

    San Antonio can take away something from the series between the Lakers and the Celtics, and prepare themselves for the new order of elite teams in the NBA...

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  13. Manu Ginobili Finds Stroke as Spurs Pound Lakers in Game Three

    Home sweet home. That is what San Antonio must have been thinking when got back to Texas after game two. They played inspired basketball and drubbed the Lakers 103-84 in game three of their seven game series...

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  14. Lakers-Spurs: Los Angeles Manhandles San Antonio to Take 2-0 Lead

    The Los Angeles Lakers will be hard pressed to play better than they did in Game Two, as they completely dismantled the Spurs, 101-71. The surprising thing is not that they beat San Antonio—it is the way they have been doing it...

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  15. NFL Football: The Most Difficult Sport To Officiate

    Officiating professional sports has always been a controversial subject because a fair outcome of the game depends on them doing a good job and enforcing the rules...

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  16. Lakers-Spurs: San Antonio Blows 20-Point Lead, Lose to Kobe And L.A. In Game 1

    The Los Angeles Lakers staged a huge comeback and defeated the San Antonio Spurs 89-85 in the first game of their seven-game series...

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  17. Spurs-Hornets: San Antonio Eliminates New Orleans; Kobe Bryant, Lakers up Next

    The San Antonio Spurs dispatched Chris Paul and the New Orleans Hornets, 91-82, to advance to the conference finals against Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers. The game seven win was significant for a number of reasons...

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  18. Spurs-Hornets: San Antonio Holds Serve in Game 7; David West Expected to Return

    This series would not be complete without a Game Seven. You just knew that would be the case. San Antonio's 99-80 demolition of the Hornets in Game Six followed a familiar storyline, in addition ...

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  19. Spurs-Hornets: Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker Overwhelm New Orleans

    The defending NBA champions finally showed why they will be a tough out in this year's playoffs. The Spurs beat Chris Paul and the Hornets 110-99 and avoided being down three games to none, which in effect would have ended the series...

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  20. New Orleans-San Antonio: Hornets Put On Repeat Performance, Up 2-0

    The New Orleans Hornets followed a familiar script as they won game two going away 102-84 over San Antonio. Once again, the Spurs had a lead going into half-time, only to find themselves out worked and out-played in the second half...

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  21. Hornets-Spurs: New Orleans Shuts Down Tim Duncan, Wins Game One

    New Orleans came from behind in the second half and beat San Antonio 101-82 to take a one-game lead in this best-of-seven series.The Hornets didn’t look shell-shocked, nervous, or intimidated as they executed their game plan to perfection...

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  22. Spurs-Hornets: San Antonio Must Slow Down Chris Paul

    The next series for San Antonio against the Hornets presents different challenges. For starters, New Orleans is more defensive minded than the Suns are, and they have enough big bodies to throw at Tim Duncan...

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  23. Spurs Dig In On Defense, Eliminate Suns

    The Spurs put Phoenix out of their misery in Game 5 on Tuesday, 92-87. The game was nip and tuck through out, but it was evident in the last three minutes of the game who the better team was...

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  24. Boris Diaw, Raja Bell Key in Phoenix Rout Of Spurs; Stave Off Elimination

    Boris Diaw and Raja Bell provided the spark that Phoenix has been missing as they pummelled the Spurs 105-86, and the game was not that close. The Suns were up by 21 at the end of the first quarter and never looked back...

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  25. Suns-Spurs: Phoenix On Brink of Elimination

    The job for the Phoenix Suns is simple. Stop one of the Spurs' big three from being a factor, force them into being jump-shooters, take away the layups and easy fast break points, and wear them down with a consistent offensive attack...

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