1. Ochocinco Fails to Remember That He Has to Play In The AFC North.. TWICE

    Chad Ochocinco is back at it. Coming off a season in which he caught only 4 touchdown passes for a mediocre 540 yards, the flamboyant Ochocinco is predicting the Cincinnati Bengals to make the playoffs this season...

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  2. Manny: Snappin' Necks & Cashin' Checks

    There are some people you can look at, and given their attitude and body language, tell they just don’t give a damn. In the sports world, there are a handful of current athletes who fit this mold...

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  3. Derrick Rose Is a Few Fries Short of a Happy Meal

    Derrick Rose had a phenomenal rookie season after being selected first in the 2008 NBA Draft. He won the rookie of the year award averaging 16.8 ppg and 6.3 apg during the regular season leading his young Chicago Bulls teams to a playoff appearance...

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  4. Ricky Rubio Is Destined to Be Next International Bust

    With the third pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, the Oklahoma City Thunder select Ricky Rubio, point guard from Spain. If ESPN’s Chad Ford is on point with his NBA Mock Draft, Rubio will be the ...

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  5. Bareknucks.com's Kerry Wood Award Nominees

    This season has seen its share of disappointing performances. Sure, there have been a few pleasant surprises, Raul Ibanez’s name immediately comes to mind (No, not for steroids...

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  6. Red Sox Owner Discovers MT Curse, Still Pound Yankees in Historic Streak

    The Yankees are in the midst of making history against their longtime nemesis the Boston Red Sox…for all the wrong reasons...

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  7. Phil Jackson Is Luckier Than Catching a Drunken Leprechaun

    It is tough to argue against a head coach when you simply take a glance at the Nine NBA Championship wins under his belt, but Phil Jackson is not worthy of all the praise he receives...

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  8. Boston again sticks it to NY, Yankees consider filing sexual assault charges

    Another chapter of the most heated rivalry in sports in the books, another lopsided Red Sox victory. Boston is now 6-0 against the Yankees on the year, including a streak of seven straight wins dating back to last season...

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  9. Why Stephen Strasburg Is Destined to Be the Next Mark Prior

    The 2009 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft got underway Tuesday night, something casual baseball fans may be unaware of...

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  10. Lane Kiffin Is the Kelvin Sampson of College Football

    Tennessee Volunteers football coach Lane Kiffin is making headlines yet again, and similar to the other publicity he has received, it’s negatively associated...

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  11. Vikings Set Deadline for Favre: Minnesota Nursing Homes Filling Up Fast

    The Minnesota Vikings have set a deadline of this week for prima donna Brett Favre to make his decision on whether he will be back for his 19th season to quarterback the Vikes...

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  12. “Big Papi” David Ortiz, Searching for Any Excuse, Has Eyes Checked

    David Ortiz has been in an epic struggle at the plate all season, that’s no secret to even the most casual of baseball observers. As a person who has seen nearly every Red Sox game this season I can attest to that...

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  13. BJ Upton May Be Owned in 98.6% of Fantasy Leagues, Only Proves Overrated

    What on Earth is wrong with BJ Upton? The Tampa Bay Rays center fielder has struggled miserably at the plate this season...

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  14. Exclusive Phone Interview with Phil Jackson Before NBA Finals

    We talk to Phil Jackson about how he’s planning on stopping Dwight Howard, his thoughts on Michael Pietrus not wearing Kobe Bryant’s shoes, and what he found out about Lamar Odom and his candy addiction...

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  15. Dear Pittsburgh Pirates' Fans, We Have Ripped Out Your Heart and Soul

    First off, I’d like to send my condolences out to Pittsburgh Pirates' fans. After making his first All-Star game and winning a Gold Glove last season, up and coming outfielder Nate McLouth was shipped to Atlanta in exchange for three prospects...

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  16. Lamar Odom: Addiction Unlike Any Other

    The key to the Los Angeles Lakers success in the NBA Finals relies heavily on the contributions from one player in particular...

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  17. Terrell Owens Will Continue To Struggle without a Hall of Fame QB

    We all know and are sick of hearing about Terrell Owens and his ridiculous antics. His stays in both Philadelphia and Dallas have been full of conflict and mudslinging exits...

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  18. Calipari: Classy Recruiter—and by Classy I Mean, Bling, Hoes, and Money

    We previously featured an article on Coach John Calipari during his tenure at Memphis. This piece hinted at shady business on Calipari’s behalf, which stirred up quite a bit of controversy with Memphis Tigers fans...

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  19. The Penguins Look to Faceoff Against the Red Wings in Stanley Cup Finals

    The Pittsburgh Penguins are riding a 5 game playoff winning streak. Their two stars are playing unstoppable hockey collaborated with key play from their role players...

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  20. Mark Teixeira: You Can Fool New York Yankees Fans, but You Can't Fool Me

    Yankee fans are probably rather satisfied with the production they’ve received from their newly acquired All-Star first baseman, but let me shed some light on the why they should ...

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  21. Philadelphia Phillies Will Not Repeat As World Series Champions

    Your favorite National League team will not reach the 2009 World Series unless: You’re a Los Angeles Dodgers fan...

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  22. Cavaliers-Magic: Cleveland One Miracle Shot from Being Failures

    It’s as simple as this: If LeBron doesn’t hit that ridiculous buzzer-beating three to win Game Two, the Cavaliers are sitting at home right now just like the rest of us—being ...

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  23. Mike Brown Is to Blame for Cleveland Cavaliers' Struggles

    Is Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Mike Brown worthy of his accolade of Head Coach of the Year? Brown and his Cavs finished the season with an NBA best record of 66-16, and were the most-dominant team on their home court (39-2 at the Q)...

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  24. Stan Van Gundy Not Only Looks Like Ron Jeremy, He Also Coaches Like Him

    I know a good Magic act; let’s see Stan Van Gundy disappear. Orlando’s success is hindered greatly by this overly-dramatic coach...

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  25. Tim Duncan: The Greatest Power Forward to Play the Game?

    When the debate of the best Power Forward to ever play the game is brought up, Tim Duncan seems to be the trendy pick. I can’t consent with this for a couple of reasons...

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