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Has priecemealed Lions overachieved in 2016?

Matthew Stafford hopes to point Lions to playoff win Sunday. Dan Graschuck photo.

By Leland Stein III

DETROIT – To my observation, this has been a noteworthy job Lions coach Jim Caldwell has implemented or jerry-rigged to turn this hodgepodge collage of athletes into a NFL playoff team. 865 more words

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PLAYING TO WIN - A LEADERS CHOICE

​It’s not only the skills of a player but the mindset that matters a lot for success.
Indian test cricket captain Virat Kohli proved it again in the fourth test match against the English today. 458 more words

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Tiger's roar not yet threatening

By James Payne 1851 Staff

After approximately 16 months in the clubhouse, Tiger Woods made his return to competitive golf this week. In Albany, Bahamas, Woods hosts his own tournament, The Hero World Challenge. 225 more words

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Column: Line Drives -- Running might be addicting

“You’re addicted,” he said to me, as we stood in the produce section of a local grocery store.

His statement didn’t spark a verbal response; just a smile and a little bit of a blush. 586 more words

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Boston Celtics: A young team on the rise

By James Macey – Contributing Writer

As the 2016-17 NBA season kicks into gear, the Celtics stand at 10-7. They are a team on the rise, beginning to find some rhythm, and one of the youngest teams in the NBA. 418 more words

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Why the Hawks are better off with Dwight Howard than Al Horford

By Richard Denson

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Through the first three games of the season, Dwight Howard showed the Atlanta Hawks made the right decision in signing him and letting Al Horford walk in free agency. 913 more words

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2016 World Series features Cubs, Indians and...Red Sox

By James Payne and Ryan Fitzgerald – 1851 Staff & Co-Editor-in-Chief

The Chicago Cubs are going to the World Series. First time anyone can say that with truth to it since 1945. 1,018 more words

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