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Ranking the Top Power Forwards in the NBA 2014 – 2015
The NBA power forward position has some of the most dynamic and multi-talented players in the league. Many of these players have helped lift their teams to experience huge success ranging from playoff appearances to hosting another NBA Championship banner. It would be unfair for us to provide such a ranking solely based the individual metrics and analysis of a...
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NBA referee Dick Bavetta retires after 39 years of service
An era in the National Basketball Association is officially over. Referee Dick Bavetta is retiring after a 39-year career.  Since 1975, Bavetta never missed an assigned game.  He officiated a record 2,635 consecutive regular-season games and worked 270 playoff games, including 27 in the NBA Finals. NBA president Rod Thorn says Tuesday in a statement that the league is ”grateful...
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2014 FBS Preseason Preview: Rankings for All 128 Teams
  Everyone needs to throw out their two cents, don’t they? Everyone offers a Top 25 ranking these days. The thing about these projections, though, is that they are always an amalgamation of a popularity contest and pure guesswork. Though neither will be relevant in the College Football Playoff picture, the AP and coaches polls still nearly mirror one another in...
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Nick Fairley: Stay On The Bench
The Detroit Lions are said to have one of the most dominating and rupturing forces in the NFL in regards to their defensive line. So monstrous, people say. Most of that talking is backed up on paper, and not on the field. The only thing that gets more monstrous is the anger people harbor towards defensive tackle Nick Fairley‘s lackadaisical...
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Joe Nathan: Close Games, and Your Mouth
A major part of the Detroit Tigers’ recent struggles emerge from their faltering, unreliable bullpen, lacking a decent closer. Decent. That’s a modest word to use in these regards, to say the least. When the Tigers signed closer Joe Nathan, sighs of relief streamed throughout all of Detroit. Finally, Detroit acquired the missing piece to their puzzle for a World...