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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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Danilo Gallinari? Really?

Justin May 21, 2008 1

That’s who Chad Ford says the Knicks are going to draft, after the blue and orange somehow managed to lose position in yesterday’s NBA Draft Lottery. I would like to go on record as

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A Running List

Justin May 13, 2008 0

I don’t care about Spygate. I even hate that it’s called Spygate. Watergate was a watershed moment in American history, changing the role of the media and the perception of the President for the

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A Running List

Justin May 9, 2008 2

Joba Chamberlain should be everything that’s right about sports. He’s a real deal rookie phenom with an American dream story. When his dad was sick earlier this year, Yankee fans cared. A lot. But

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A Western Conference Preview

Justin May 8, 2008 1

So, let’s get this out of the way before I start. I haven’t watched a second of either the Red Wings or the Stars this season. In fact, I had to look up who

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Eight Belles Was A Horse. This Is What Horses Do. They Die.

Justin May 5, 2008 4

As always, Vince Vaughn serves as the voice of reason. In Old School, Vaughn’s character tried to comfort Luke Wilson over the death of Blue, by explaining that Blue was old, and old people

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You Take The Good, You Take The Bad; Sportscenter and The Facts Of Life

Justin May 5, 2008 0

You know how every Sunday, Sportscenter has those long form reports by Tom Rinaldi? They’re usually tales of triumph over tragedy, and often times, you “have something in your eye” when they end.� Well,

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