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Every year in the NBA playoffs it seems like there’s one player who surprises the nation by becoming a major factor. It’s usually a player whose contributions are noticed and appreciated by the hometown fans, but rarely exhibits the sort of flashy play to get national attention. Last season it might have been Danny Green […]

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All positions are not created equal. This is most apparent in football with the obvious influence of the quarterback on a team’s success, but there is a hierarchy of positions in every sport. Sometimes it isn’t as obvious as a quarterback, and the most important position can be a fluid idea. When one position has […]

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I’m sure we’re all wondering what could have gone through the head of Milan Lucic as he was planning to throw his stick into the groin of Danny DeKeyser in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on April 18th. As a former player, I can tell you that emotions can get the better of […]

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You’re bound to find the Stephen A. Smith’s and Tony Kornheiser’s of the world going crazy today about situations like the Brent Seabrook hit on David Backes in Game 2 of their NHL Playoff matchup. At this very moment I’m not very concerned about the deep philosophical and medical implications of this situation and whether […]

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I love a good stat and my first one has some juice to it. The San Antonio Spurs have won at least 50 regular season games in 16 of their last 17 seasons. Pretty good, right? Here’s the juice though: the only season in that span where they failed to reach 50 regular season wins, […]

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