1. Sports and the "Unimportant": The Blood in Sports

    It keeps running in the arteries and veins. It keeps cycling our body every second, making sure our bodies get nourishment. It works damn hard. It works harder than any of us. Also, it does not get holidays like we do...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 125 reads 42 comments

  2. Announcing the Sports and the "Unimportant" Series'

    Sports is something we are all here to talk about. What is essential for a player, what is necessary for the team, etc., are our regular topics of discussion...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 213 reads 23 comments

  3. Sports and the "Unimportant": The Tennis Net

    When you look at a tennis match, you mainly look at the players playing. Then you look at the brands, shapes and sizes of different racquets. You look at the those greenish yellow balls and see them being hit from one end to the other...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 176 reads 20 comments

  4. Wasim Akram: What Cricket Commentators Shouldn't Be

    In a game like cricket, few people can be what Wasim Akram is. Few can come close to his left arm pace bowling. Few can swing the ball the way he can. Few can seem the ball the way he can. But most importantly, few can commentate the way he can...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 718 reads 8 comments

  5. IPL Is a Scientific Formula, While a Thought Is International Cricket

    This is another question that has really caught my attention. What is the difference between IPL and international cricket. A unthinking answer would be that IPL is only T20 cricket while international cricket is everything...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 162 reads 6 comments

  6. How Does Underdog Magic Work?

    There is something very interesting about sports movies in general. Of course the story is predictable, but still the movie is watched and ends up being a big hit...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 174 reads 26 comments

  7. Bleacher Report: A Legacy to be Passed On

    I came to Bleacher a bit over three months ago. I remember the date as well, Jan. 21, 2008. When I came here, I did not know where I was. I was just excited that I got a place to show my writing skill as well as my knowledge of sports (basically cricket)

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 236 reads 32 comments

  8. Giant Killers: England Finally Take The Ashes After 18 Years

    2005 was the last bad year Australia had before this current period on low. That was a time when the Australians were actually invincible. And that's what made the Ashes so special that year...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 158 reads 14 comments

  9. 25 Years From Now: Me and Cricket

    25 years from now, I will most probably be a filmmaker (that's what I want to be). Maybe if not that then a lawyer or a journalist. I would be leading a comfortable life. But most importantly, I will not be on this site...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 160 reads 40 comments

  10. My Main Villain Pietersen As Bangalore Slips Further Losing To Delhi

    At the start of the second IPL season, I thought that Bangalore Royal Challengers would give a performance similar to season one. They proved me wrong in the very first match by giving a champion performance to beat the defending champion Rajasthan team..

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 153 reads 9 comments

  11. A New Debate: Which Cricket is Better to Watch, a Four Or a Six?

    I do not know if such a debate has ever been done before but this is surely something interesting by my standards. There are two kinds of boundaries in cricket, a four and a six...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 81 reads 15 comments

  12. Brains and Education When It Comes to Sportsmen

    There is a myth that sportsmen do not have brains. It is because during their career, they have so much of an aggressive body tussle involved that they end up hurting their brain and losing some of it...

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  13. Cricket Speaks For The First Time: Orthodoxy, Unorthodoxy and Us

    Cricket is a game to many but a loyal friend to me And since it started to tell me more about itself we became closer(initially, I knew only about his/her Indian life). One day we were having a drink...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 145 reads 18 comments

  14. World Test 11: Throw Your Hat In The Ring For The Spinner

    The wicket keeper Batsmen that was chosen by popular vote was Adam Gilchrist After we got done with the batsmen though, a small problem arose...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 214 reads 24 comments

  15. World Test 11: Throw Your Hat in the Ring Pt Seven

    Our journey to find the world test 11 has finally made us reach the stage of the last batsmen. By popular vote the sixth spot of this line-up went to Sourav Ganguly. In our world test 11 team, we have assigned this position to wicket keepers...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 122 reads 34 comments

  16. A Few Reasons Why Tennis Can Be Liked By Most Sports Fans

    I am a cricket fan and plan to be for the rest of my life. But there is a game which I do not follow passionately but still feel very close to, and that's tennis...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 211 reads 25 comments

  17. World Test 11: Throw Your Hat in the Ring Part Six

    OK guys, Now we all have to choose the last batsman who is only there for his batting in this Bleacher line-up. Next in line will be the wicketkeepers and thus they are there for another reason too...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 199 reads 14 comments

  18. Spirit of Cricket, or a Burden?

    Hey Mates, This is my first my first article on Bleacher. But this is the 41st article under the name of Dann Khan. I am an international cricketer who is using this forum to let out his frustration...

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  19. World Test 11: Throw Your Hat In The Ring Pt5

    Well all I can say, is sorry for the delay! But we are back with the Bleacher World Test 11. So far we have gone up to the No.4 batsmen, which turned out to be the great Sachin (I had little doubts on that)...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 167 reads 19 comments

  20. A Reason Why Test Cricket Will Last

    The recently concluded match of India against New Zealand made me think of cricket again and this time in a different manner (again). Well in the end the match was draw and to a great extent fairly dull...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 106 reads 12 comments

  21. World Test 11: Throw Your Hat in the Ring Pt 4

    Well we have got a job here. Yes, the job to find our own world Test team and after begging and pleading to Long I have got the job to do the No.4 batsmen in the team. The No...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 503 reads 25 comments

  22. Cricket Close To Our Lives

    Hello every one I just wanted to express the happy feeling of our Bleacher Cricket community about Prithvir Solanki and then later Nick Howson, both of whom became the first writers from cricket to get onto the main page of B/R...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 138 reads 20 comments

  23. The Biggest Duckworth-Lewis Horror of the Century as England Win

    Finally, England can call themselves lucky. Really lucky. It was a fine match going on between England and West Indies at Guyana. England posted a competitive score of 270/7 with Paul Collingwood making a 69 and Owais Shah also contributing with a 62...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 192 reads 8 comments

  24. India End 33 Year Drought, Winning Test Match Against New Zealand

    Well what can I say on such an occasion. India finally won a test match in New Zealand. Hamilton saw a great spectacle of batting and bowling over the last few days with Knocks by Jesse ...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 181 reads 2 comments

  25. My First Man of the Match In Cricket

    For some reason just like in football, my best moment came when I was hardly accomplished. I think I was in class two. We were playing a cricket match during the sports period. The other team batted first and put up 110 in 10 overs...

    Dann Khan Written by Dann Khan about over 5 years ago 217 reads 8 comments