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Video of the Week: Canes’ Slap the Floor on D

At a school known mostly for it’s football team, the 2012-2013 Miami Hurricanes basketball team has taken over as the top sports team on campus. This past week the Hurricanes upset #1 Duke and in-state rival Florida State by a wide margin of 161-110. The Canes upset of the Blue Devils marks the first victory against a top-ranked team in school history. The Duke game also marked the first complete sell-out i ...

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Examining The MLB MVP Races

With three and a half weeks left in the MLB season, the divisional and wild card races have been heating up. This is also the time when the true MVP’s start to push themselves out in front of the pack. The NL MVP race is still extremely tight, but the AL picture is starting to clear up. (*Note all stats as of Friday September 14th)  NL MVP: Buster Posey, Catcher, Giants- I’m a Dodger fan, and it kills me to ...

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The Dwight Howard Blockbuster Analysis

Here’s a full breakdown of what each team received in this trade… Lakers: Dwight Howard Chris Duhon Earl Clark Magic: Arron Afflalo Al Harrington Nikola Vucevic Josh McRoberts Christian Eyenga Moe Harkless Protected Denver (or N.Y.) 1st in 2014 2013 Golden State 2nd round pick via Denver Protected Philly 1st in 2015 Protected LA 1st in 2017 Philadelphia: Andrew Bynum Jason Richardson Denver: Andre Iguodala ...

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Olympic Basketball Players Who Have NBA Rights

The title may sound confusing, but all of these players, except one, have been drafted by NBA teams and are still possibly coming overseas in the near future. These guys may even be on your favorite team. Realistically this is just a random way to make watching teams that aren’t USA a little bit more interesting. Jonas Valanccunias, C, 5th ovr 2011, TOR- The Lithuania big man will be one of the leaders of o ...

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NCAAF Defensive Studs Volume 2

In the process of writing this article, coincidentally all five guys on this list have all been named to the Bednarik Watch List, which honors the top defensive player’s in the nation. All of these guys have become leaders of their respective defenses after strong performances last season. Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU- I gave you two LSU players in the last edition, here’s the third of more to come. The Honey Ba ...

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Dwight Howard Trade Watch

One year later, and once again, we are still talking about Dwight Howard being traded. It’s only a matter of time before ESPN dedicates a 30-minute special every day to discuss Dwight Howard’s potential moves. However, it finally seems like a trade will ACTUALLY happen this summer. After firing GM Otis Smith and head coach Stan Van Gundy, the Magic have turned their attention to getting Dwight out of Orland ...

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Analyzing the Rockets’ Recent Moves

We all know the Rockets have been pretty insignificant since their 7 game series with the Lakers back in the 2008-2009 season. A lot has changed; Yao is gone, T-Mac is gone, and Ron Artest is a Laker. The current team fell short of a playoff birth last season despite losing starters Kevin Martin and Kyle Lowry to injuries for large chunks of the season. However, the Rockets are once again making moves to po ...

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