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Keep in mind: Even some “experts” were picking guys other than Dragic late in the year, so we’ll still consider this an upset of sorts, even though there’s really no such thing for this category.
The New York Daily News broke the story that most of us knew was coming from the moment Phil Jackson arrived in New York as the Knicks’ president and savior: clueless and terrible owner, James Dolan, has tried to prevent Jackson from firing certain team personnel.
Closers are losing their jobs all over the league. The legendary Lenny Melnick tries to make sense of the MLB madness.
Chelsea’s Petr Cech Injured Early In Champions League Semifinal — And His Backup Plays For The Other Team
Petr Cech’s brutal and sudden injury makes an awkward Champions League game even more weird. Atletico Madrid’s goalie is Thibaut Courtois, who is actually a Chelsea player on loan.
We’ve been giving the Pacers a lot of shit lately. We’re not the only ones. But we’re not Pacers fans. Pacers fans are supposed to stick by their team. Instead, they’re selling their tickets for less than $10 apiece.
He doesn’t look the same without one of his ridiculous suits, but this will have to do for now.
If the goal of a basketball game is to blow minds with incredible feats of athleticism and skill, then the Thunder probably won last night’s Game 2 matchup with the Grizzlies. Thankfully for Memphis fans and logical folks, basketball is much more numbers oriented, and the Grizz pulled out a 111-105 victory in overtime.
Jason Heyward is the leadoff hitter for Atlanta Braves, and he also played a phone operator recently in a commercial for MLB 14 The Show. Scott Engel talks to him about his recent trends and much more.
Our regular season NBA Power Rankings are done, because the playoffs have begun and there’s little point in arguing whether the Bucks or 76ers are the worst team in the league at this point. But Mondays feel a little emptier without a ranking of some kind. So here are some playoff Power Rankings for you, fresh off the first game of every series.