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Top Point Guards Vol. 4

Finally, the last volume of the “Top Point Guards” series. Here are the top two point guards in the world... [caption id="attachment_15550" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: AP Photo[/caption] Tony Parker’s numbers aren’t really exceptional, but that doesn’t matter. His control of the Spurs offense is out of this world. We all saw his performance in the Finals, the game-winner in game one and t ...

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Why Don’t People Watch Baseball?

Major League Baseball is facing a major problem right now. This should be the time of the year that baseball is king. There is no football or basketball or even hockey going on right now. So what’s going on? Why is baseball not king of the sports world? Why are sports fans more interested in NBA free agency than MLB games? Part of this problem has to with the job David Stern and Roger Goodell have done with ...

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Top 5 Current Coaches in the NBA

It's playoff time and we should take a look at who the best coaches in the Association really are. [caption id="attachment_13529" align="aligncenter" width="576"] via thesportsbank.net[/caption] 5. Erik Spoelstra, Miami Heat: Yes, Coach Spo has one of the most talented rosters in the NBA, but the man deserves a lot of credit for his success with the Heat since 2008. Since Spo was named head coach, the Heat ...

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Harper And Trout (Like Magic And Larry)

Think back 10 years. What do you remember about the MLB? I remember stars all over the place. Bonds, Sosa, McGwire, Nomar, Clemens, and A-Rod just to name a few. Albert Pujols was beginning his 3rd season. Miguel Cabrera was about to splash on the scene as a skinny leftfielder for the Marlins. But just a few years later, something happened and these stars were gone. Bonds, Sosa, McGwire and Clemens retired ...

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The Most Dangerous 8th Seed In NBA History: The Los Angeles Lakers

[caption id="attachment_12848" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: Steve Dykes / EPA[/caption] On January 23rd the Los Angeles Lakers lost on the road to the Grizzlies 106-93 and dropped to 17-25 to 12th place in the Western Conference. Most experts by now had completely counted the Lakers out and gave them no shot at making the playoffs. The story of the Lakers’ ineffectiveness and futility head ...

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The 5 Most Exciting Point Guards in the NBA

[caption id="attachment_12804" align="aligncenter" width="534"] Russell Westbrook's athleticism leads an exciting new wave of point guards that are just plain fun to watch. Via usatoday.com[/caption] As the NBA playoff push heats up, let’s take a look at the five most exciting, UN-INJURED point guards in the league. (All provided statistics are career regular season averages.) 5. Tony Parker-Best Veteran: a ...

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Could He Really Comeback?

[caption id="attachment_12433" align="aligncenter" width="610"] via wagesofwins.com[/caption] “One day you might look up and see me playing the game at 50. (Crowd Laughs) Oh don't laugh. Never say never. Because limits, like fears are often just an illusion.” That was the way the greatest basketball player of all time closed out his hall of fame speech in 2009, by leaving the door open. Over the years baske ...

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