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Video: Valvoline Reinvention

Have you heard that Valvoline is making a bit of a comeback? Okay, so they never went anywhere, but they are reinventing themselves. See the video below and then read all about it with excerpts from the official press release. Reinvention Project Revealed: ValvolineTM unveils Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s and Jimmie Johnson’s classic truck creations Sprint Cup drivers debut high performance...
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It’s Time To Fill In Those Brackets #MarchMadnessVIP

Good day, how are you doing? Have you started filling in those brackets yet? The field for the 2014 NCAA Tournament was shown off Sunday night and I have been going over each region in my head ever since. Some look down right scary. I would love to have some NCAA Tournament Tickets to any of those games. As a fan of the Michigan Wolverines, I am pretty worried about their draw. They...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Toronto Raptor News - Feb. 19, 2014

Here is all your Toronto Raptors news for Feb. 19, 2014. Will they trade Lowry? Let’s wait and see. Raptors start second half of season by thumping Wizards | Toronto Sun DeRozan was one of seven Raptors to score at least five points in the opening half, while Wall had 19 points through the opening 24 minutes, but got little help, aside from big men Marcin Gortat, Nene and Trevor...
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February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Andrea Bargnani - Since U been Gone

Saw this one on Grantland today. How did I not see this before? I love it.
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February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Toronto Raptor news - Feb. 18 2014

Here is everything you need to know about the Toronto Raptors today. Got some news, let us know. Raptors have interest in Rajon Rondo | Toronto Sun It’s no secret Boston has dangled four-time all-star Rajon Rondo league-wide and while the asking price is steep, he has piqued the interest of Toronto’s front office, according to multiple sources. Toronto is eager to up its “star”...
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February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

NBA Shooting By the Numbers (1980-Today)

I was sent this article and found it really interesting, so I wanted to repost and share it with all of you. The link to the full article is below the excerpt. Professional basketball has been around for quite some time here in the United States. To be exact, the Basketball Association of America was started in 1946, featuring 11 teams. A lot of things have changed since those days...
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February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: The greatest NBA plays of all time

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February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Fast Food Porn - Combining Babes And Food

Guys like two things. They like girls and they like food. Many hours are spent online looking at photos of girls and food. So why not combine the two? The website Fast Food Porn, does it to the ultimate level. Hot girls in skimpy outfits, eating and playing with food. There are girls in bikinis eating pizza. There are girls holding on to Happy Meals. There are girls smearing yogurt...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

4 Small Businesses Remain in Intuit’s Small Business Big Game

Every small business dreams of getting the attention it thinks it deserves. But it usually does not happen for most. Getting your small business noticed is hard. Especially when it costs so much for marketing and advertising. So, it would make sense that the ultimate moment for a business to explode, is to get in front of the most eyes as possible. This means mainstream media. This...
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January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Tough Battle for the Blue Jays

Last year was a tough battle for the Blue Jays. They ended the season 74-88 (.457), trailing the division leaders, Boston, by 23 games. To say that improvement is needed is an understatement. The Jays cannot just count on the health of the current roster and hope for improved performances from them. The other four franchises already have the jump on them; they are well run and all...
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November 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Raptors Begin Season Against Celtics

Toronto Raptors open up their new NBA season against Boston Celtics today, when they will be looking to kick off their campaign with a win in front of their home crowd at the Air Canada Centre. Steve Novak is the Canadian’s side biggest signing during the off-season. He has replaced Andrea Bargnani, who went the other direction out to New York. Indiana’s forward, Tyler Hansbrough...
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October 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Toronto Target Italy Star

Toronto FC are rumoured to be close to making a move to bring Italy striker, Alberto Gilardino, to the MLS after the club’s owners targeted the 31-year old as the man they’d like to help lead the club up the league. The 2006 World Cup winner is still a member of the Italian squad and his signing would be a massive coup for Toronto, proving just how serious the Maple Leafs Sports...
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October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Rose’s presence, revamped O could make Bulls dangerous

Rose’s unique explosiveness is obvious, as is his instinctive scoring ability, inherent unselfishness and fierce competitiveness. But just his mere presence changes the complexion of a squad that while feisty last season, was a plodding offensive bunch that had to almost execute to perfection to manufacture points. Saturday night’s preseason opener was the opposite, as the point...
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October 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Toronto Bring In New GM

Toronto FC have named Tim Bezbatchenko as their new general manager to work alongside Ryan Nelsen. The 31-year old is a former midfielder, having played for Pittsburgh Roverhounds. He joined the MLS in 2010 as senior director of player relations and competition. President Tim Leiweke has drafted Bezbatchenko in to oversee and manage the clubs’ budgets. In his previous position...
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September 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Ujiri Continues to Work Wonders for Toronto

The Toronto Raptors new general manager, Masai Ujiri, has wasted little time in stamping his mark over the squad. After arriving in a tough situation, Ujiri has performed near miracles in gaining control of the franchise’s gigantic wage bill. The most important salary the franchise had to clear was that of Andrea Bargnani. It had become crystal clear Bargnani was not a part of...
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September 06, 2013  |  1 Comment

Toronto Close to Sealing Urruti Coup

Toronto FC appear to be on the verge of completing a long-running transfer saga by finally signing the highly-rated Argentinian player, Maximiliano Urruti. The 22-year-old Rosario-born striker has spent his entire career with Newell’s Old Boys, coming through the youth team ranks of the Argentinian side before breaking into the first team in 2011. After appearing in more than 50...
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August 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Raptors add Daye to Roster

The Toronto Raptors have continued to revamp their roster for the 2013-14 season by signing the free-agent forward, Austin Daye. The Raptors are keen to build on last season’s relative success when, despite having an overall losing record, they did at least have a winning home record for the first time since 2009. However, they still surprised fans who bet on NBA by finishing at...
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August 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Intuit Small Business Big Game

Times are tough. Especially for a small businesses that need the marketing power of a giant corporation just to get ahead. Small businesses deserve all the admiration they can get. They work just as hard as everyone else (even harder?) and they can use all the help possible. That’s why one lucky business will get put on the Big Game, where everyone can celebrate their product,...
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August 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Anangono Arrival Casts Doubt over MacDonald Fire Future

The Chicago Fire have secured the signing of Ecuadorian forward, Juan Luis Anangonó, from Argentine club, Argentinos Juniors, but the arrival of a new striker has cast doubt over Sherjill MacDonald. Anangonó will be a Designated Player in Chicago, which could now see the Fire decide to let go of Dutch forward, MacDonald. Anangonó, 24, began his career with Ecuador’s Barcelona...
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July 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Wondolowski Makes a Solid Case

Despite making just 12 appearances for the USMT, Chris Wondolowski has made a convincing case to be a part of next year’s World Cup squad. The San Jose Earthquakes forward is one of a number of fringe players looking to force his way into Jurgan Klinsmann’s plans for next year’s tournament in Brazil. The striker followed up his impressive hat-trick against Belize in their opening...
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July 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Open Secret’ with Andre Agassi

As Wimbledon comes to a close, it is fitting that Andre Agassi is the topic of this post. He was an all-time fave at the grass courts. He took forever to win, but when he did, it was epic. He is still one of the few athletes who had quick fame, crashed and burned and then rose up again to be a superstar. Thanks to the following series of videos, now you can get more insight into...
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July 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Andrea Bargnani Never Stood A Chance

Now that Andrea Bargnani is gone (well almost officially), everyone and their dog is going to be assessing his time as a Toronto Raptor. There has been a great deal of “throwing under the bus”, and bashing the Italian center, but personally, part of the blame as to go on the Raptors and the situation. As soon as David Stern called Bargnani’s name as the first pick, it was over...
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July 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Hacker Girlfriend (Hot Chick Alert) Sponsored By Maxthon

Cuzoogle readers like sports, video games, movies and of course girls. So what if you could combine a few of those things, in particular, video games and girls? Well have we got a video for you. It is called Hacker Girlfriend and it is a great watch if you have 10 minutes to spare. Don’t be fooled. this is not just a story or cute little video to watch. Hacker Girlfriend is also...
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June 28, 2013  |  Discuss

The 12 greatest No. 1 NBA Draft picks

From Midwest Sports Fan. Time will tell if the player Gilbert and the Cavs select on Thursday—whether Nerlens Noel, Alex Len, Ben McLemore, or someone else—was worth all the fuss. Sometimes the team with the first selection ends up with Joe Smith or Michael Olowokandi or Andrea Bargnani (who, really, should be better than he has been). But on plenty of other occasions the top...
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June 27, 2013  |  Discuss

New England Continues to Raid Rivals

One of the most talked about moves over the NFL post season was the signing of the enigma that is quarterback, Tim Tebow, by the New England Patriots from their divisional rivals, the New York Jets. Now, this seemed a strange move to many analysts and commentators but it is a method and tactic that the Patriots have used before. Here’s a look at five other prominent players who...
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June 27, 2013  |  Discuss
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