Month: May 2012

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Kobe Bryant isn’t leading the Los Angeles Lakers anywhere…so what makes him a great leader?

  Kobe Bryant and the LA Lakers will be hosting the Denver Nuggets for game 7 of the first round. That’s right! One of the greatest of all-time is struggling to oust a team with no all-stars. You would think there would be some type of caveat as to why Kobe and the Lakers can’t get…
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The Los Angeles Kings are not on a Cinderella run

  When the 8th seed upsets the 1 and 2 seed, the general consensus is to check if that glass slipper is going to fit. Usually, it will. However, for the Los Angeles Kings, the glass slipper is way too small and delicate. The Kings are much different than your average, everyday, run of the…
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Cole Hamels goes cold time baseball on Bryce Harper

  Some things are just so outdated. Bell-bottom jeans, the stay at home mom, saving yourself for marriage, Polaroid cameras. The list is endless. You can add old-time baseball to that list. Apparently Cole Hamels did not get the memo because on Sunday Night Baseball, Hamels gave Bryce Harper a welcome to ‘The Show’ bean…
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Cleveland Indians 1st in the AL Central and they have a young star in Jason Kipnis

  The Ubaldo Jimenez got a win for the Cleveland Indians this weekend against Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers. That’s right Ubaldo finally won something, and he looked good doing it. He only gave up two hits, and no earned runs. Also don’t look now but the Indians are in first place. First place!…
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America’s New Washington Nationals Treasure

  Everyone wants a team who they can root for. Unfortunately, the majority of hometown teams just don’t get the job done. That’s what bandwagons are for. These days, the Washington Nationals wagon is more crowded than a McDonald’s on free coffee day. It is quite fitting then that the team based in the nation’s…
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New York Knicks’ Problems Part 2: Carmelo Anthony, jab stepping the New York Knicks to failure

  When Carmelo Anthony joined the New York Knicks, he was deemed as the guy coming home to lead his city to a NBA Championship. When they gave up half of their roster to acquire Anthony, the Knicks made it clear that, “Carmelo is our guy.” Well if Carmelo is your guy, you have to…
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New York Knicks’ Problems Part 1: Injured Amare Stoudemire, was extinguished by the Knicks months ago

The New York Knicks kept their streak intact Monday night by losing their 12th playoff game in a row. After being beat down by the Miami Heat in Game 2, Amare Stoudemire suffered a laceration on his hand after punching a fire extinguisher case. (That’s kind of ironic, because they couldn’t put out the Heat. “How terrible…
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Is Amare Stoudemire’s injury a blessing in disguise for the New York Knicks?

It didn’t seem possible that things could get worse for the Knicks after their game 2 loss to the Miami Heat. Then Amare Stoudemire went all Metta World Peace on the glass casing of a fire extinguisher. Stoudemire is reportedly “almost certain” to be out for game 3 at Madison Square Garden. Amazingly, things have gotten worse for…
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