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Western Conference Champs

Western Conference Champs

King Ing May 30, 2008 1

Lakers 100 Spurs 92 - Los Angeles didn’t want to go back to San Antonio. Down 17 points early, Kobe Bryant (39 pts) led the comeback that would end the defending champions reign on

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Does Laffey have a little Wang in him?

Does Laffey have a little Wang in him?

California Correspondent May 29, 2008 0

Pitching in the shadow of Cleveland’s Cliff Lee, Aaron Laffey has been gotten off to an incredible start in his first 6 games of 2008. Laffey has a 1.59 ERA (2nd best in the

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Dining with Dice-K

Dining with Dice-K

King Ing May 29, 2008 2

With the possibility of Daisuke Matsuzaka’s injury landing him on the disabled list for a short while, he now has something to do in between rehabbing. Non-profit organization Good Sports is auctioning off a

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Damn, we didn’t make the cut

Damn, we didn’t make the cut

King Ing May 29, 2008 0

JuicedSportsBlog came up with the list of the Top 100 most valuable sports blogs on the interweb. Deadspin is far away the leader of the pack. Part of the Gawker Media network that includes

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Ceremonial first pitches

Ceremonial first pitches

King Ing May 29, 2008 2

In honor of Mariah Carey throwing the ball less than fifteen feet in Japan, we decided to bring you the bottom 3 ceremonial first pitches. It’s like she didn’t even try. The catcher sure

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Have you seen my baseball: ring

Have you seen my baseball: ring

King Ing May 29, 2008 0

Julian Tavarez lost something athletes work their whole lives for. He lost his World Series ring. After being designated for assignment by the Red Sox, he was later released and then signed for the

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The objective is still the same

The objective is still the same

King Ing May 29, 2008 0

Dan Steinberg over at the DC Sports Bog got a chance to tag along on a round of golf with Caron Butler, Roger Mason Jr, Darrell Green, and Rock Cartwright at the famous Congressional

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Celtics win, but almost didn’t

Celtics win, but almost didn’t

King Ing May 29, 2008 0

Celtics 106 Pistons 102 - Boston had everything running smoothly. Ray Allen (29 pts) was hitting open jump shots, Rajon Rondo was breaking down the defense, and Kendrick Perkins (18 pts 16 reb) was

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You can’t hold Sid the Kid down forever

You can’t hold Sid the Kid down forever

King Ing May 29, 2008 0

Penguins 3 Red Wings 2 - The high scoring Penguins were held scoreless for the first two games of these Finals. Henrik Zetterberg, Pavel Datsyuk and Tomas Holmstrom were mostly responsible for bottling up

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Wednesday Night MLB Recap

Wednesday Night MLB Recap

California Correspondent May 29, 2008 0

Here’s what you missed from America’s Favorite Pastime last night: – The Rays’ Troy Percival pulled an Eight Belles, going down hard after pulling his hammy. Dan Wheeler replaced him to get the final

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