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LeBron James To Get Named NBA MVP For Fourth Time.

In an announcement that is not too surprising to many, Miami Heat small forward LeBron James may need to make room for another trophy. According to Michael Wallace of ESPN, James is be named NBA Most Valuable Player for the fourth time in his career, joining the likes of Michael Jordan, Bill Russell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Wilt Chamberlain in what many felt was the worst kept secret in the NBA.
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New York Jets : Why QB Geno Smith Needs To Grow Up

Thanks his decision to fire his agents, New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith and his career are off to a rocky start. Smith, who many projected to be taken in the top ten, was selected 39th overall in the second round. While there are conflicting reports of Smith’s pre-draft behavior of texting during meetings with prospective teams and allowing his friends to influence his decision to fire his agents,
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2013 NHL Playoffs : Pens Blow Out Islanders 5-0, Up 1-0

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]any questions that surrounded the Pittsburgh Penguins going into the 2013 NHL Playoffs were answered with an exclamation Wednesday in their 5-0 win over the New York Islanders. Could Marc-Andre Fleury prove that last year’s performance was a fluke? He stopped all 26 shots for his sixth career playoff shutout. Could the Penguins’ new players develop chemistry and play well enough without Sidney Crosby? They scored five goals. And finally,
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2013 NBA Playoffs: After 103-93 Loss To Grizzlies, Clippers On The Brink Of Elimination

The Los Angeles Clippers  had to bring their A-game against the rejuvenated Memphis Grizzlies in Game five of the 2013 NBA Playoffs.After getting blown out in game four by 21 points, Chris Paul said that last night's game was  a "must win." He backed up that statement by scoring 35 points to lead all scorers and unfortunately for the Clippers, only one Jamal Crawford scored in double figures with 15. The game was no different then what happened perviously with both teams playing
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2013 NBA Playoffs : Why Clippers-Grizzlies Is A Brand New Series

The Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies are in an all out blood bath in the 2013 NBA Playoffs. When the playoffs began over a week ago, the most intriguing match up of the first round of the playoffs was the Clippers-Grizzlies series. This rematch of last year’s first round match up promised to be a physical grind it out series. However, after the Clippers took a 2-0 series lead,
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2013 NHL Playoffs : First Round Analysis and Predictions

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he time has finally come. The National Hockey League is set to start the 2013 NHL Playoffs after a shortened season that consisted of 48 games for each team. The one twist coming out of the lockout aside from the bunched-up schedule will play a huge roll down the stretch. None of the 30 teams played a single non-conference game in 2013 which could make for an interesting Stanley Cup
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Inside Sports : NFL Draft Recap, Te’o Picked By Chargers, Boston And Pittsburgh Run

NFL DRAFT Recap The line that everyone looks forward to hearing was announced Thursday Night at Radio City Music Hall in New York City:  “Kansas City is On The Clock.”  And with that, the NFL Draft and the 2013 pre-season got underway. Obviously to list all the first round picks here would be monotonous and ill-suited to this column’s format (A week of news in Capsule review) So let’s go
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2013 NFL Draft : Cleveland Browns Pass On CB Dee Milliner, Select DE Barkevious Mingo, Smart Move?

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]rue to form, the Cleveland Browns threw both it’s fans and the entire 2013 NFL Draft an unexpected curveball. Widely projected by many mock drafts to select Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner to pair opposite Joe Haden, The Browns decide to pass on Milliner—after Detroit selected BYU DE/LB Ziggy Ansah at No. 5—and select the top-rated defensive end prospect in Barkevious Mingo instead. From this writer’s point of view, while I’m
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Cleveland Cavaliers: With Mike Brown Back, Could LeBron Be Next?

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