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I've heard every lame excuse out there.
It goes something like "The refs had to call that foul, 92 feet from the basket with less than a second left. You have to make the call whether it's the first second or the last second." If you think that, you're wrong. So wrong. So incredibly wrong that there the word "wrong" simply isn't enough to express how wrong you are. You're super-wrong. Ultra-wrong. Uber-wrong. Here's why. More »
Crying in sports has always been a touchy subject. So it’s no surprise that Miami coach Erik Spoelstra’s comments about Heat players in tears after the team’s loss to the Chicago Bulls last weekend created a firestorm, sparking the question: is it ok to boohoo in sports?
When the Packers entered the 2010 season, they had a big task ahead of them.
The season before, they had been humiliated twice by the Minnesota Vikings, and were knocked out of the playoffs by the Arizona Cardinals in the wild card round. They finished the season 11-5 and were hungry for a championship trophy after a 13-year drought.More »
The NBA regular season is entering its home stretch. After a lot of player movement just before the trade deadline, several teams are trying to get their acts together before the playoffs begin. Others are making a final push just to make the playoffs. Click here to see where your favorite team ranks!
New York Giants wide receiver Steve Smith exploded onto the NFL scene in 2009 with a Pro Bowl season, accumulating 107 catches for 1,220 yards. Last year, he started off hot again before being derailed by a knee injury in Week 9. Now Smith is hard at work trying to get back to 100 percent, and he’s letting his fans in on his progress every step of the way. Smith has over 200,000 fans following his rehab on Facebook and Twitter. (Check him out on Twitter @SteveSmithNY.) We know he’s tough enough to make it back on the field, but is he tough enough to handle our 10 questions? Keep reading to find out…