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Pistons Win Convincingly Over Spurs

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NBA,

  It will be tough for the Spurs to get by the Pistons come June. If they end up meeting again for a NBA Finals rematch, the Pistons will be very confident, winning both games in the regular season.  Chauncey Billups was interviewed on Quite Frankly with Steven A. Smith, suggesting that the earlier playoff rounds, especially the Eastern Finals versus the Miami Heat last year tired them out in the Finals. As much as some …

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NBA Central Division Stronger than Atlantic and Southeast

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NBA,

So is this an example of parity or a parody?  If the NBA playoffs started today, all five teams in the Central Division would make the playoffs. The other three teams are Miami of the Southeast, New Jersey and Philadelphia from the Atlantic.  The team that has been disappointing so far has been the Washington Wizards, who were the #4 seed in last year’s playoffs.  Gilbert Arenas is having another tremendous year, but lost their other …

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Kevin Millar Signs with Baltimore Orioles; First Base Carousel Continues

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, MLB,

Another fan favorite of the 2004 World Series Champion Red Sox team will be wearing another uniform next season.  Millar signs a 1 year deal, and will replace Rafael Palmerio, who Baltimore is trying to distance themselves from.  This deal is still pending a physical examination.  Boston is going to with J.T. Snow at first base, formerly of the San Francisco Giants, he brings a much better glove to first, and is a left handed bat, …

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Knicks Streak Continues to Five Games

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NBA,

The Knicks in the ‘05-‘06 had been dreadful, so far in ‘06 they have gone 5-0, with the most impressive win last night against the high scoring Dallas Mavericks.  Larry Brown has settled on a rotation, playing now 9 players, using David Lee and Nate Robinson in the starting lineup and bringing in Jamal Crawford and Maurice Taylor in for scoring off the bench. Larry Brown has been heavily criticized for not settling into a rotation …

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Pacers, Nuggets Need Help

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NBA,

Ron Artest has been on the trading block for quite some time and so far no moves have been made.  For the Pacers, this is a questionable strategy; the player that they would acquire in a deal for Artest would need enough games played to get comfortable with a new team, so the faster this happens for the Pacers the better. Last season, Denver had a nice surge to end the season when George Karl took …

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Reggie Bush Still Uncertain

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NFL, College Football,

Will White blow by Bush in the draft also? I doubt it, but you never know. More than likely USC RB Reggie Bush will enter the NFL draft, foregoing his senior year, in which he is projected to be a #1 pick.  For Lendale White, there is no uncertainty, he will definitely declare for draft.  While White gets far less of the fanfare from sports media, wouldn’t it be funny if ends up in the …

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Astros Want Jeff Bagwell to Retire

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, MLB,

Jeff Bagwell is coming off an injury plagued 2005 season, and will be 38 years old this coming season.  At first glance, you may think this is a selfish move by the Astros management - it’s not.  Let’s not feel too sorry for Bagwell, who couldn’t lead his Astros to the World Series during his prime, getting ousted by the Braves 3 times and by the Padres in ‘98 in the division round.  The Astros …

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Wildcard Weekend Recap

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NFL,

There were two different myths that came into play for this past weekend’s match-ups.  Which myth would prove to be the truth: Young QB’s faltering in their first play-off game?  Or home-field advantage should determine the winner.  Well unfortunately for Jaguar, Giants, and Bucs fans the young QB myth turned out to be the truth, and it could have been a clean sweep if not for the Palmer injury.  While three out of the four home …

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Shaun Alexander Wins NFL MVP

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, NFL,

The Seattle Seahawks were crying foul of no respect all season long.  Now they’ll have at least some of the recognition they were looking for.  The beginning of this season started off with Alexander in a contract dispute with Seahawk management over a long term extension deal.  They ended up agreeing to a one-year franchise offer, meaning the average salary of the top 5 peers in the same position.  It looks Seattle made a good …

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Maurice Clarett: What If Scenario

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NFL, College Football,

Ok, so maybe, just maybe, this wasn’t the right move. Maurice Clarett has been in the news quite a bit with his recent legal woes, this has made me wonder what if he were selected in this past years’ NFL draft by another ballclub.  Some notable running backs that were taken after Clarett were fourth rounders: Marion Barber of the Dallas Cowboys, Brandon Jacobs of the New York Giants, and sixth rounder Cedric Houston of …

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