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Silverman: NHL Playoffs Once Again The Most Underrated Story In Sports

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Is it crazy to think that the Yankees are just about ready to get back in the AL East pennant race? 743 more words

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Silverman: Triple Crown Again? Not If Exaggerator Has His Way At Preakness

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Horse racing is a funny sport, as if you didn’t know that already.

The whole world tends to take notice on the first Saturday in May, and the interest level is usually high two weeks later when the sport reconvenes at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore for the Preakness. 758 more words

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Remembering The '96 Yankees: A Kid Named Jeter Made His Shot Count

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There was always an aura about Derek Jeter, and it was no surprise when the New York Yankees used the No. 1,269 more words

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Silverman: Look for Penguins, Blues To Advance To Stanley Cup Final

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There’s no denying that there is a certain emptiness to the conference finals this year after the flameouts of the Rangers in the first round and the Islanders in the second round. 898 more words

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Silverman: Curry, Warriors Continue To Raise Their Profiles With Each Game

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There have been few moments where it all came together for an athlete so perfectly as it did for Stephen Curry over a 24-hour period. 616 more words

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Silverman: Nyquist Ready To Make A Run That Could Give American Pharoah Company

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The sport of kings is about to have its day in the sun.

The Kentucky Derby is upon us again, and this year the lights are a little bit brighter and the coverage is a bit bolder. 716 more words

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Silverman: Several Sure-Fire NFL Stars Were Selected In First Round

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There are a lot of myths, half-truths and flat-out lies told at the NFL Draft every single year.

They are often said with the intention of confusing and misleading the competition, and, depending on the level of experience of general managers around the league, those obfuscations often work. 991 more words

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