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Things That Bother Me

Justin June 6, 2008 0

It’s going to be a big weekend for what I like to call “not-sports”. We have the Belmont Stakes, The Stihl Timbersports Championships and Nascar. We’re also a week removed from the National Spelling

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Lovin’ Larry

Justin June 6, 2008 0

You may have missed it last night. The news got buried behind Lakers Vs Celtics and the Red Sox/ Rays brawl. Chipper Jones hit his 400th career home run. It came during a 4-5

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I Knew Willis Reed. Willis Reed Was A Friend Of Mine. You, Sir, Are No Willis Reed

Justin June 6, 2008 0

I had two thoughts when Paul Pierce came back from his knee injury last night. 1. Wow, the Celtics are going to win this game 2. Uggh, someone is going to call him Willis

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Lakers v Celtics: Objective Point of View

Justin June 5, 2008 1

In order for me to write a proper NBA finals preview, it’s important for me to espouse my dime store psychology theory on Kobe Bryant. In my opinion, he is a full fledged sociopath.

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Lakers Vs Celtics Means One Thing: Thunder Dan and Tom Chambers

Justin May 31, 2008 5

Everyone is excited about the NBA Finals, and they should be. It’s the most exciting matchup since Michael Jordan pushed off of Bryan Russell. But when I hear Lakers vs Celtics, I can only

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Detroit: Pulling Up The Rear

Justin May 28, 2008 0

They don’t call it the hot corner for nothing. First, the Tigers were forced to move Miguel Cabrera from third base because the former Marlin and current fatty didn’t seem comfortable manning the position.

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I’m Shocked. SHOCKED!

Justin May 27, 2008 0

I spent the weekend in lovely Montreal Canada, where I have always been led to believe hockey is more important than anything else on the planet. Apparently there is a new world order. Because

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Detroit Red Wings v Pittsburgh Penguins

Justin May 23, 2008 2

Forget Obama and Clinton. Here’s your real Dream Ticket. With the exception of having the Rangers play themselves in the finals, the NHL couldn’t have asked for a better matchup. A dynamic young team,

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Coming Up Small

Justin May 22, 2008 0

If the Yankees end up saving their season, a lot of people may point to the return of ARod, who has homered twice (actually three times) since coming of the DL a couple of

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Justin May 21, 2008 1

Here is the cover to the latest issue of Sports Illustrated: It seems like a cool idea, and I certainly have no qualms about an article by Tom Verducci. But look closely. This violates

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