1. Roy Halladay Hates Relief Pitchers (Just Kidding)

    Here’s a quick trivia quiz for you: Can you name the last pitcher to lead the American League in complete games in two consecutive seasons? And can you name the last pitcher ...

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  2. NBA Teams That Miss the Playoffs with a Regular-Season Winning Record

    If the NBA season ended today, two teams, the Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz, would miss the playoffs even though they have a winning record (Phoenix is 31-29; Utah is 31-30)...

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  3. Kevin Love: Can Timberwolves Star Become the NBA's Newest '26-13' Player?

    As Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Love and the team decide how to deal with his “mild concussion” and if he will return for the remainder of this season, his stats for this year sit at 26...

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  4. MLB: 1st Team to Reach 10 Wins... Does It Mean Anything?

    The 2012 Major League Baseball season is barely a week old, but here’s a question to ponder: Does being the first team in your league to win 10 games mean anything when ...

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  5. Can Red Wings Extend Playoff Series Win Streak?

    The National Hockey League playoffs begin with three of the eight first-round series' dropping the puck tonight. The Detroit Red Wings will be looking to extend their current streak of winning at least one playoff series to six consecutive years...

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  6. Which MLB Team (if Any) Will Lose 100 Games This Season?

    Last season, the Houston Astros were the only team to lose 100 or more games in the majors. It was, however, the first time in the team’s history that they lost more than100 ...

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  7. 2012 Masters Champion: Can Previous Masters Results Predict This Year's Champ?

    So here’s the question: Can how a golfer played in the previous Masters predict how he will do in this year’s event? Do first-time winners of the Masters take a similar ...

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  8. Masters 2012: Phil Mickelson Looking to Join Elite Group with Top Ten Finish

    Although Phil Mickelson finished out of the top ten in last year’s Masters for only the second time since 1999, a top ten finish this year will put him in elite company in the storied history of the tournament...

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  9. Tiger Woods and the Masters: A Comparison with Phil Mickelson's Tourney History

    The 76th Masters tournament begins play tomorrow at Augusta National Country Club in Augusta, Ga. With his win two weeks ago, Tiger Woods " rel="tmzcom" target="_blank" href="http://www...

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  10. Atlanta Braves: MLB's Best Opening Day Team in Last 20 Years

    Although Oakland and Seattle began the 2012 Major League Baseball season with a pair of games in Japan this past weekend, many baseball purists look at today as the start of the 2012 campaign with the defending World Series champion St...

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  11. Anthony Davis Wins MOP with Fewest Points Ever in Championship Game

    Kentucky's Anthony Davis recently won the Naismith Player of the Year Award, his team won the national championship, and Monday night he set a record for the fewest points scored in a championship game by the Final Four Most Outstanding Player (MOP)...

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  12. NCAA Championship Game 2012: 10 Box Score Stats That Could Determine the Winner

    What will be the key factors for Kentucky and Kansas in tonight’s title game? Defense? Three-point shooting ? Rebounding? Reserves? To help with the pre game analysis ...

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  13. Final Four MOPs: The Great (and Not-so-Great) Pro Careers After the Award

    Scan the list and you see names that are synonymous with greatness in the sport of basketball—Russell, Chamberlain, Baylor, West, Alcindor, Magic and Walton...

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  14. Planning the Birth of Baseball's Next Great Home-Run Hitter?

    For those young couples planning a family who would like to make sure that your next son will be one of the top home-run hitters in the history of baseball, you’ll probably want to read this blog...

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  15. Top 10 NFL Franchises with the Best Trio of Quarterbacks

    I only caught a brief portion of the NFL quarterback conversation on sports talk radio, ESPN-540 Milwaukee (the Steve “The Homer” True and Thunder Show)...

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  16. Durant, Westbrook Look to Join High-Scoring Teammates Elite

    Oklahoma City Thunder teammates Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined to score 57 points in the most recent NBA All-Star Game . That was the second-most points in an NBA All-Star Game history by teammates...

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  17. Is Winning Your Conference Tournament a Precursor to the Final Four?

    How important is winning your conference tournament on the road to the Final Four? Since 2000, there have been 52 different teams that have made it to the Final Four in the NCAA men's basketball tournament ...

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