1. San Antonio Spurs' Defense Key to Game Two Victory over Phoenix Suns

    Game two of this seven-game series started out just as game one did. Phoenix took control early, building a double-digit lead and clicking on all cylinders...

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  2. San Antonio Spurs Eclipse Phoenix Suns in Double OT Thriller

    Phoenix lost a heartbreaker to the Spurs in the first game of their seven-game series, 117-115. The Suns executed their game plan to perfection early and controlled the game well into the fourth quarter, but couldn’t put the Spurs away...

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  3. San Antonio Spurs: The Perfect Underdog Versus Suns

    One of the most intriguing match-ups in the first round of the NBA playoffs features the 3rd seeded Spurs versus the 6th seeded Suns...

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  4. NCAA Championship: Kansas Jayhawks Shock Memphis Tigers in Overtime

    It was fitting that the college basketball season ended this way: two powerhouses playing for all the marbles. Kansas and Memphis both seemed like destiny’s darlings as they squared off ...

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  5. American League Central: Indians and White Sox, a Two Team Race

    The American League Central will be pretty competitive this year. Let’s see how the teams shape up.Cleveland IndiansCleveland comes into this year looking to not only make the playoffs, but go deeper than they went last year...

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  6. NCAA Final Four: Memphis Throttles UCLA

    UCLA came into the Final Four looking to win an NCAA championship after failing to do so the previous 2 years. This was the worst possible match up for them. They had no answers as Memphis had their way with them 78 - 63...

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  7. NCAA Final Four: Let the Playoff Begin

    Part of the allure of the NCAA tournament is trying to predict the upsets and the number one seed that will go down first...

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  8. The New York Knicks: How Do You Fix Team Turmoil?

    This has been a banner season for the NBA. Great story-lines abound: Who will make the playoffs in the West, who will win the MVP award, can Chris Paul lead the Hornets deep into the playoffs, ...

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  9. NCAA March Madness: Who Is Cinderella?

    What do you call Cinderella, when she doesn’t really look like a Cinderella? You call her the Marquette Golden Eagles. It is not hard to figure out why...

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  10. National League Central: 2008 Preview

    Let’s take a look at the NL Central division and see how the teams stack up for the 2008 season as Chicago tries to defend their division crown...

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  11. March Madness: It's Baaaaaaaack

    March Madness is finally here, as teams make their final push to shine and qualify for the NCAA tournament. Many of the usual suspects will be there, but there are a number of teams whose fate depends on how well they do this coming week...

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  12. NL East & AL East Previews

    With the grapefruit league here, and the start of the season just around the corner lets look at the teams and their prospects for winning their divisions. We will start with the National League and American League East teams...

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  13. Green Bay's Management Likely Happy About Brett Favre's Departure

    Much to the chagrin of the Packer faithful, Brett Favre will no longer be under center when they open up the 2008 season. We all know Brett can still play, and he is respected and loved by his teammates and many of the other players in the league...

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