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Marissa McBride

Can Cunningham Cut it in the NBA? Yes! 0

  • Posted by: Marissa McBride
  • June 30, 2009, 12:30 PM

Dante Cunningham was a 6'8", 230-pound star forward for Villanova University last season.

Last Thursday night, the Portland Trail Blazers selected him in the second round (33rd overall) of the NBA Draft. The question is: Can he perform in the NBA with the same confidence he played with at Nova?

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Cedric Lewis

USA Soccer is on the Map 0

  • Posted by: Cedric Lewis
  • June 29, 2009, 7:42 PM


Could the USA become a soccer country? Cedric Lewis discusses...

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Alex Montag

Is Shaquille O'Neal the Missing Piece? 0

  • Posted by: Alex Montag
  • June 26, 2009, 5:18 PM

Nearly every sports fan was well aware that this past NBA season, LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers were the real deal.

After all, they not only easily won the Central Division, but also posted the NBA’s best record at 66-16. After sweeping the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the playoffs, then the Atlanta Hawks in Round 2, the Cavs were set to face the Eastern Conference’s third seed, the Orlando Magic.

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Caroline Thayer

Q&A with Blake Griffin 0

  • Posted by: Caroline Thayer
  • June 25, 2009, 3:33 PM

Caroline Thayer talks hoops and gets some tips from the NBA Draft's top pick -- and newest SUBWAY restaurants spokesman -- Blake Griffin...

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Jeremy Smith

Why Nadal is Hurt, but Federer is Not 0

  • Posted by: Jeremy Smith
  • June 24, 2009, 3:45 PM

Roger Federer has won 14 Grand Slam titles, Rafael Nadal six. But Federer is not necessarily the better player. Take last years’ Wimbledon, where Rafael took down Roger in an epic five-set match. Federer has a lifetime record of 7-13 against Nadal.

Though Regardless of the “who’s better” argument, Federer may be on track to win more Slams. Meanwhile, Nadal may be nearing end of a very successful, but very short career. Although these two players rule the tennis world, it’s the way they play the game that sets them apart.

Nadal is tough. He hits hard, trains hard and, as a result, wins. Like Nadal, Federer also wins, except Federer is rarely injured where as Nadal is often sidelined (he’s not defending his Wimbledon title because of a knee injury). But how does Federer succeed in staying healthy while Nadal fails?

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Daniel Radov

2009 Wimbledon Preview 0

  • Posted by: Daniel Radov
  • June 22, 2009, 4:50 PM


Daniel Radov previews the two biggest weeks of the tennis season...

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Zach Parnes

U.S. Open Preview 0

  • Posted by: Zach Parnes
  • June 18, 2009, 12:43 PM

Zach Parnes checks with a preview of the U.S. Open...

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