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WNBA semifinals preview: Will the rust show for Lynx, Sparks?

The new WNBA playoff format caused a lot of consternation, frustration and, very much for the Phoenix Mercury, jubilation. Seattle, the hottest team entering the playoffs, was bounced. Indiana, with future Hall of Famer Tamika Catchings calling it a career, couldn’t make one last title run for league’s greatest ambassador. Atlanta couldn’t light up the scoreboard enough for...
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Breaking down baseball’s Cy Young ballot

As the final week of the regular season in Major League Baseball moving along quickly, the race for the remaining playoff spots is getting tighter and tighter. Likewise, so are the at-bats and innings for the fortunate few top performers on the season that are in firing range of landing an individual award for the season. And while it will be another month before the announcements...
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TailGreater: 'Sterngating' with the Huskies

October is right around the corner, which means that so is the baseball postseason, the beginning of NHL season play, and the return of the NBA. Tailgating season is about to ratchet into full swing no matter your sport of choice, and as an added bonus, the chillier weather means that it's now much more acceptable to gorge yourself on grilled meats in order to build up a protective...
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Can anyone challenge the Cavs in murky Eastern Conference?

The Cleveland Cavaliers are the defending NBA Champions. They have LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, and a host of complimentary players who do their jobs and allow the stars to take over when necessary. They are the cream of the crop and huge favorites to get back to the NBA Finals for the third straight year. Having LeBron James will do that for a team, considering his teams...
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The Worst - NFL Week 3: Steve Smith, Odell Beckham & of course the Browns

Another week in the NFL has come and gone, but not without some head-scratching moments from our favorite footballers. Eddie Maisonet III and Bonta Hill break down the worst from Week 3, a week that saw Odell Beckham Jr. catch an uppercut from a kicking net as well as some epic trash talk from the one and only Steve Smith Sr. Also, Blaine Gabbert shows the world how to not throw...
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FIFA 17 review: O jogo bonito

As much as EA Sports might hate to admit it, competition is a very good thing. For the past few years, their FIFA series has stagnated, while Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer series took the opportunity to make massive strides forward in creating a true-to-life soccer sim. Gamers started to notice, and the pressure was on for EA Sports to deliver with FIFA 17. Luckily for soccer fans...
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To save his legacy Chris Bosh must first protect his health

Chris Bosh is one of those era-defining players who is consistently left out of the conversation about era-defining players. He’s a 6-foot-11 power forward with excellent footwork around the rim with the ability to extend his range out to 15 feet and beyond with ease. He’s won multiple championships; was a perennial All-Star; and is the all-time leader in points, rebounds and...
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What the NBA (and world) looked like before Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan

June 14, 1995: The Houston Rockets just finished off a sweep of the mighty Orlando Magic and repeated as NBA champions. That was the night of Rudy Tomjanovich's famous "never underestimate the heart of a champion" speech. The Houston Rockets walked off the floor at the Summit as back-to-back champions while the young Orlando Magic walked off as a probable dynasty in the making. ...
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A fond farewell to Vin Scully

Oh no, not again. Anyone with grandparents knows the familiar situation where the generation gap becomes a little too wide, and the senior member of the conversation brings up those four words that usually result in a heavy eye roll. “Back in my day.” Yes, there is something to be learned about the past, and how we as humanity have gotten to where we have. But after about...
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So where will the ACC football championship be played?

It has been a few weeks since the ACC announced it was pulling the conference's football championship out of Charlotte due to North Carolina's controversial HB2 bill. Since then, the ACC has been trying to find a place that can hold the game on very short notice. Not only will they need a stadium that's available, they need to put it somewhere that has plenty of hotel space and a...
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WNBA semifinals preview: Will the rust show for Lynx, Sparks?

Breaking down baseball’s Cy Young ballot

TailGreater: 'Sterngating' with the Huskies

Can anyone challenge the Cavs in murky Eastern Conference?

The Worst - NFL Week 3: Steve Smith, Odell Beckham & of course the Browns

FIFA 17 review: O jogo bonito

To save his legacy Chris Bosh must first protect his health

What the NBA (and world) looked like before Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan

A fond farewell to Vin Scully

So where will the ACC football championship be played?

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