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EndScore Report: In Your Face Ron Artest and Rashard Mendenhall

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: Athletes, Editorial, NBA, News, NFL,

Rashard Mendenhall chimes in on the death of Osama Bin Laden on Twitter.For this week's "In Your Face," DV and Chris call out Los Angeles Lakers forward and enigma, Ron Artest, for getting suspended a game during a time where everybody is needed to overcome a daunting 0-2 (now 0-3) deficit. Also, we shake our heads at Pittsburgh Steelers running back and notorious tweeter, Rashard Mendenhall, for a questionable use of Twitter. Really, Rashard? Think it's time to delete the account! Give this week's "In Your Face" a LISTEN!!! Just click play!

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Rick Rypien dealt six games for attacking fan

Posted by Adrien Griffin Categories: Athletes, NHL,

Rick RypienSix games? Rick Rypien was suspended for only six games? After attempting to jump into the crowd during a game against the Wild last week, Rypien will watch his Vancouver teammates from home after receiving the professional sports equivalent to a slap on the wrist. We don’t know what Rypien’s actual intent was in going after the fan before being pulled away, but it’s not likely that he was attempting to get closer to the fan to give him a stern talking to.

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2009-2010 NBA Pacific Division Preview

Posted by Phil Partington Categories: Editorial, NBA,

Kobe BryantThe Los Angeles Lakers are looking like a fantasy basketball team this year. Coach Phil Jackson has the ideal challenge of which star to play at what times. Beyond that, the NBA’s Pacific Division should be competitive in 2009-2010. Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire hope to lead the Phoenix Suns back to the playoffs after a disappointing season in 2008-2009; the Los Angeles Clippers look like a playoff team on paper if they can stay healthy; the Golden State Warriors have plenty of talent, but no chemistry, defense or size; and the Sacramento Kings also hope its stars can stay healthy and the younger talent can continue to improve. Ring the bell, the fight for the Pacific Division is about to start.

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