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Dirk and Kobe: Stars At Opposite Ends of the Spectrum

Kobe Bryant and Dirk Nowitzki are guaranteed to be first ballot Hall of Famers.  They’ve both had brilliant careers, but are facing completely different circumstances in the tail end of their careers.   1,143 more words


Hair racing

Well that was a great victory by Lewis Hamilton in the US Grand Prix last week-end wasn’t it? You may also know that in the process Hamilton also overtook Nigel Mansell’s record of most GP wins by a British driver, which he’d held since 1992. 261 more words


The Oklahoma City Thunder: Falling Stars

Only a night after what looked like would be a long run of offensive terrorism by Russell Westbrook on all the other league’s point guards, he exited the court Thursday night against the Clippers with a broken hand after a mere nine minutes of play.   849 more words


The State of The Lakers After Randle's Season Ending Injury

In the home-opener against the Rockets, the Lakers suffered not one, but two brutal losses.  With 6:59 to go in the fourth quarter, 19-year-old rookie Julius Randle went down after a collision at the basket and did not get back up.   716 more words


Kawhi's Contract

The deadline for the Spurs to come to an agreement with their reigning Finals MVP, Kawhi Leonard, is October 31st on midnight, and things don’t look good for either sides.   915 more words


So It's Come Down To This...

I’m at the risk of turning my blog into a sports page. I’m also aware that I’m one game away from either seeing history being made from the Giants (given the rare occasions a Game 7 winner-take-all championship has been won by away teams), or seeing them lose like hell and me looking like more of an ass than I already am. 932 more words

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NBA Preseason Predictions: Noel Beats the Field

This NBA season marks the finest draft class that the league has offered in over a decade, some would contest that it could end up being comparable to the uncontested best draft if 1984.   841 more words